By Torsten Fließbach, Hans Walliser
In den beliebten Lehrbüchern zur Theoretischen Physik von Torsten Fließbach werden zahlreiche Übungsaufgaben gestellt, aber keine Lösungen angegeben. Das vorliegende Buch bietet – auf vielfachen Wunsch von Lesern – Musterlösungen an, und zwar für die Gebiete Mechanik, Elektrodynamik, Quantenmechanik und Statistische Physik.
Etwa ein Drittel des Buchs besteht aus einem knappen Repetitorium des Stoffs zur Mechanik, Elektrodynamik, Quantenmechanik und Statistischen Physik, das auch als Hilfe bei Prüfungsvorbereitungen gedacht ist.
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Other contributions to the inelastic energy loss involve the imperfect transfer of energy between the balls. For example, the sound made by the colliding balls represents a transfer of kinetic energy from the collision process to the surroundings. This energy loss would occur even in the absence of sliding frictional forces. In the present discussion, this latter type of energy loss will not be considered quantitatively in the analysis. With this simplification, both the elastic and inelastic contributions to Îtotal are assumed to be associated with the tangential forces of sliding friction.
Just as in the case of the simple sliding block, the frictional forces are intimately related to the inelastic energy loss; without this inelastic energy loss, there would be no sliding friction. As will be seen in the following discussions, this inelastic energy loss can be determined by analysis of the resulting momentum exchange between the balls. Other contributions to the inelastic energy loss involve the imperfect transfer of energy between the balls. For example, the sound made by the colliding balls represents a transfer of kinetic energy from the collision process to the surroundings.
If there is no rotational energy change during the collision, then Îelastic=0. There are three situations in which there will be no total rotational energy change during a collision. First, if there is no friction between the balls, then there will be no tangential forces acting at the point of contact. This is, of course, an approximation, but for many shots such an approximation is sufficient, and in any case it defines a convenient reference point. The second situation in which no spin change occurs is when the cue ball has just the right amount of outside spin so that the ball surfaces are not moving relative to each other during the (very short) collision time.
Arbeitsbuch zur theoretischen Physik : Repetitorium und Übungsbuch by Torsten Fließbach, Hans Walliser