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Why It Is Necessary to Construct the Mechanics of Structured Particles and How to Do It

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The question why it is necessary to build the mechanics of the structured particles, which are the systems of potentially interacting of the material points, basing on the laws of Newtonian mechanics is discussed. We will show how to do it without the restrictive hypotheses and assumptions used in the classical mechanics for construction of the Hamiltonian formalism of the systems. We will show also how concept of entropy appears in the mechanics. Some of important problems in physics, the solution of which can help the mechanics of structured particles, are submitted.

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Somsikov, V. (2014) Why It Is Necessary to Construct the Mechanics of Structured Particles and How to Do It. Open Access Library Journal, 1, 1-8. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1100586.


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