

Course Information
Course Unit Title 
: 
Introduction to Classical Mechanics 
Course Unit Code 
: 
01FZK5113 
Type of Course Unit 
: 
Optional 
Level of Course Unit

: 
Second Cycle 
Year of Study

: 
Preb 
Semester

: 
255.Semester 
Number of ECTS Credits Allocated

: 
6,00 
Name of Lecturer(s) 
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Learning Outcomes of The Course Unit 
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1) To learn mathematical techniques to solve mechanic problems bye using scalar functions. 2) To learn some mathematical techniques like matrix algebra and eigen value problems used in quantum mechanics. 3) To identify the classical mechanics equivalents of some abstract subjects studied in quantum mechanics. 4) to define a problem and propose a solution for it, and to solve the problem, evaluate the results and apply them if it is necessary in his/her areas of expertise

Mode of Delivery 
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FaceToFace

Prerequisities and Corequisities Courses 
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Unavailable

Recommended Optional Programme Components 
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Unavailable

Course Contents 
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Survey of Elementary Prenciples, Variational Principles and Lagrange Equations, Extension of Hamiltan?s Principle to Nonholonomic Systems, Central Force Problem, Central Force Problem, Kepler?s Problem, Kinematics of Rigid Body Motion, Kinematics of Rigid Body Motion, Euler? s Theorem on Motion of a Rigid Body, Rigid Body Equations of Motion, Solving Rigid Problems and Euler Equations of Motion, Oscilations, Formulation of the Problem, Free Vibrations of a Linear Triatomic Molecule, The Classical Mechanics of the Special Theory of Relativity, Forces in the Special RelativityTheory, Covariant Lagrange Formulations.

Languages of Instruction 
: 
Turkish

Course Goals 
: 
To obtain ability of solutions of mechanic problems to determine their static and dynamic situations of various systems.

Course Aims 
: 
To teach some mathematical tools and formulations which supply to solve mechanic problems with scalar functions

WorkPlacement 

Not Available


Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook

: 
Classical Mechanics, Herbert Goldstein, Charle Pool, 3 rd Edition, Jhon Safko, Addisom Wesley, 2001.

Additional Resources

: 
Klasik Mekanik, Herbert Goldstein Çeviri, Vural Cinemre, Çağlayan Basımevi, 1974.

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Weekly Detailed Course Content
Week

Topics

1

Survey of Elementary Prenciples


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2

Variational Principles and Lagrange Equations


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3

Extension of Hamiltan?s Principle to Nonholonomic Systems


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4

Central Force Problem


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5

Kepler?s Problem


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6

Kinematics of Rigid Body Motion, Euler? s Theorem on Motion of a Rigid Body,


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7

Euler? s Theorem on Motion of a Rigid Body


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Rigid Body Equations of Motion


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9

Solving Rigid Problems and Euler Equations of Motion


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10

Oscilations, Formulation of the Problem


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11

Free Vibrations of a Linear Triatomic Molecule


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12

The Classical Mechanics of the Special Theory of Relativity


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Forces in the Special RelativityTheory


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Covariant Lagrange Formulations.


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