Rigid body mechanics includes dynamic systems, static systems, rotational dynamics, and rigid body description and motion.
In traditional treatments, this is simply called dynamics. Bodies that have both rotational and translational motion, or which have rotating and nonrotating parts, can be analyzed using these techniques.
This section includes the discipline usually known as statics, and involves study of the forces on objects and bodies that are at rest.
Rotational dynamics involves the kinematic, kinetic, and energetic quantities and laws of bodies in pure rotation. Many of these are developed based on analogies of particle kinematics.
The mathematical description of bodies is included here. Motion of rigid bodies can be described in terms of translation, or movement from place to place, and rotation. Translation can be described using particle mechanics.
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Created 4 Mar 2017 Last updated 16 Sep 2017