Mechanics 2 lecture ( spring 2018-19)
The language of the lectures is english
Time and place: Monday: 10:15-12:00 (F3M01)
Lecturer: Dr. Attila Virosztek
The requirement for being allowed to take the exam (and for getting the signature) is a valid grade from the Mechanics 2 practical course.
Grade for Mechanics 2 lecture can be obtained by taking a written test. Those who could not pass the written test may try to improve their grade by taking an oral exam.
Both the oral and the written exams begin with one entrance question. This must be answered flawlessly in order to continue the exam. The list of possible entrance questions are given below.
Oral exam: starts with one entrance question, then two topics are drawn from the list of topics (also given below). Passing knowledge on both topics is required for a successful oral exam.
List of topics: mechanika2vta.pdf
Entrance questions: mecha2entrance.pdf
John Robert Taylor, Classical Mechanics (University Science Books)
Tom W. B. Kibble & Frank H. Berkshire, Classical Mechanics (Imperial College Press)
For deeper knowledge:
H. Goldstein: Classical Mechanics (Addison-Wesley)
V.I. Arnold: Mathematical Methods of Classical Mechanics (Springer)
H.C. Corben and P. Stehle: Classical Mechanics (Dover Publications)