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SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) was launched into the Earth/Sun L1 Lagrangian point in 1995. This point balances the gravity from the Sun and Earth and allows for very little energy to remain in a stable orbit. There are 5… Full Answer

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The next generation telescope will have the two or twin telescopes. One will have to be stationed at the Lagrangian point 4 and the other at the Lagrangian point 5. So together they will act like the pair of your… Full Answer

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In lagrangian we use scalar quantity which is much easier to solve then vector quantites used in newtonian.also lagrangian is invariant under gauge transformation and the same not hold good for newtonian. Full Answer

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A function constructed in solving economic models that include maximization of a function (the "objective function") subject to constraints. It equals the objective function minus, for each constraint, a variable "Lagrange multiplier" times the amount by which the constraint is… Full Answer

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The Hubble telescope was placed at Lagrangian point one. The James web telescope will be placed at Lagrangian point two. The second one will be far better than the first one. You can have the best possible telescope that can… Full Answer

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Yes, Jupiter has asteroids locked in orbit with it at all of its stable Lagrangian Points. Full Answer

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No this is not the case. Full Answer

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Lagrangian (L) summarizes the dynamics of the system. Generally, in classical physics, the Lagrangian is defined as follows: L=T-V where T is kinetic energy of the system and V is its potential energy. If the Lagrangian of a system is… Full Answer

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The JWST will orbit at the Lagrangian point 2 far beyond moon (on the far side of the moon). At this point it will be in a position where it can remain "fixed" relative to Earth and moon without requiring… Full Answer

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John W. Ruge has written: 'A nonlinear multigrid solver for an atmospheric general circulation model based on semi-implicit semi-Lagrangian advection of potential vorticity' -- subject(s): Atmospheric general circulation models, Lagrangian function, Vorticity Full Answer

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Alain Jean Brizard has written: 'An introduction to Lagrangian mechanics' Full Answer

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lagrangian equation of motion by de alembert principal Full Answer

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George C. Georges has written: 'Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation of plasma problems' Full Answer

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Victor Paul Starr has written: 'A quasi-Lagrangian system of hydrodynamical equations' Full Answer

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When some generalized coordinates, say q,do not occur explicitly in the expression of Lagrangian, then those coordinates are called Cyclic coordinate. Full Answer

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The lagrange function, commonly denoted L is the lagrangian of a system. Usually it is the kinetic energy - potential energy (in the case of a particle in a conservative potential). The lagrange equation is the equation that converts a… Full Answer

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Noel A. Doughty has written: 'Lagrangian interaction' -- subject(s): Electrodynamics, Gravitation, Relativity (Physics), Symmetry (Physics) Full Answer

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J. C. Grossetie has written: 'Second order tensor invariants in continuum mechanics using the lagrangian formulations' Full Answer

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Donald A. Pierre has written: 'Mathematical programming via augmented lagrangians' -- subject(s): Lagrangian functions, Nonlinear programming Full Answer

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Michel Gourdin has written: 'Lagrangian formalism and symmetry laws' -- subject(s): Symmetry (Physics), Quantum field theory Full Answer

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Wynn E. Calland has written: 'Quasi-lagrangian diagnostics applied to an extratropical explosive cyclogenesis in the north Pacific' -- subject(s): Meteorology Full Answer

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A. Ambrosetti has written: 'Periodic solutions of singular Lagrangian systems' -- subject(s): Nonlinear oscillations, Differentiable dynamical systems, Critical point theory (Mathematical analysis) 'Perturbation methods and semilinear elliptic problems on R[superscript n]' -- subject(s): Boundary value problems, Differential equations, Elliptic, Elliptic… Full Answer

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it is the third letter in the word math It is the letter for Angular momentum, Inductance, Lagrangian, Litre, a Spectral type, Answered by Nick Whitton (Nicknock) Full Answer

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Stephen Robert Crockett has written: 'A semi-lagrangian discretization scheme for solving the advection-diffusion equation in two-dimensional simply connected regions' Full Answer

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That happens relatively close to Earth, because the Sun has a much stronger gravitational field than Earth. It's inside the Earth's orbit about 260,000 kilometers from Earth, in the direction of the Sun. There's a similar place about the same… Full Answer

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Sergei F. Shandarin has written: 'Quasi-linear regime of gravitational instability' -- subject(s): Velocity distribution, Density distribution, Gravitational effects, Lagrangian function Full Answer

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Dare A. Wells has written: 'Schaum's outline of theory and problems of physics for engineering and science' -- subject(s): Physics, Problems, exercises 'Schaum's Outline of Lagrangian Dynamics' Full Answer

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Not a planet of any significant size, which would be easy to see, but it is possible that some pieces of rock are in a similar orbit to the Earth at the five Lagrangian Points of the Earth's orbit. Full Answer

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Osborne Reynolds - Fluid Mechanics Isaac Newton - Vector Mechanics/ Gravitational Physics Gallileo Gallilei - Gravitational Physics Erwin Schrodinger - Quantum Mechanics WIlliam Hamilton - LaGrangian Method Mechanics Full Answer

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Michel Ollitrault has written: 'Traitement des donnees de Flotteurs Lagrangiens Sofar' 'The TOPOGULF Experiment Lagrangian data' -- subject(s): Observations, Charts, diagrams, Ocean circulation, Hydrology Full Answer

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The International Space Station orbits at an altitude of about 150 miles. Future space stations will likely be positioned in geosynchronous orbits at about 23,000 miles up, or in the Lagrangian points of the Earth-Moon system, about 250,000 miles from… Full Answer

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Steve Bravy has written: 'Lagrangian multipliers and superfluous variables' -- subject(s): Multipliers (Mathematical analysis), Variables (Mathematics) 'Algorith suite for defensive weapons allocation' -- subject(s): Ballistic missile defenses Full Answer

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It depends on your coordinate system or, more precisely, your frame of reference. The Earth and Moon, for instance, are constantly moving in relation to each other. Given the proper rotating frame of reference, however, the five lagrangian points are… Full Answer

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Victor P. Starr has written: 'A quasi-Lagrangian system of hydrodynamical equations ..' -- subject(s): Lagrange equations, Hydrodynamics 'Balance requirements of the general circulation' -- subject(s): Atmosphere 'The general circulation of the atmosphere' Full Answer

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Aleksandr Moiseevich Rubinov has written: 'Abstract convexity and global optimization' -- subject(s): Convex programming, Mathematical optimization 'Lagrange-type functions in constrained non-convex optimization' -- subject(s): Lagrangian functions, Nonconvex programming Full Answer

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The sum of the kinetic energy T and potential energy U of a system is known as the Hamiltonian H of a system. H = T + U The difference of the kinetic and potential energy is known as the… Full Answer

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Han Y Chu has written: 'ALICE, a hybrid Lagrangian-Eulerian code for calculating fluid-structure interaction transients in fast-reactor containment' -- subject(s): Computer programs, Fluid dynamic measurements, Fast reactors, Lagrange equations, Cooling Full Answer

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The asteroid will always take the path minimizing its Lagrangian, known as the least action principle in Lagrangian mechanics. With conservative forces, there are four basic shapes for two different cases. Either the asteroid is trapped in the gravitational pull… Full Answer

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The planet Theia is a planet that was theorized to explain the formation of the Moon. The theory is that Theia was formed along with Earth at one of the Lagrangian points and then became unstable when its mass reached… Full Answer

Orbital mechanics is a very difficult and complex science, because we do not have a generalized way to compute the gravitational attractions between a large number of objects. But in any system with two large masses, such as the Earth… Full Answer

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An inflection point is not a saddle point, but a saddle point is an inflection point. To be precise, a saddle point is both a stationary point and an inflection point. An inflection point is a point at which the… Full Answer