By Piernicola Bettiol, Piermarco Cannarsa, Giovanni Colombo, Monica Motta, Franco Rampazzo

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ISBN-13: 9783319069166

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Additionally, assume that the constraints are given by a nonintegrable distribution D on the configuration space Q. q/P D 0; 1 Ä a Ä m Ä n; (1) depending, in general, on local coordinates and their velocities. D/ D span ˚ a D a i i dq I1 Ä a Ä m « where the 1-forms a are independent. In addition to these constraints, we need to specify the dynamical evolution of the system, usually by fixing a Lagrangian function LW TQ ! R. In mechanics, the central concepts permitting the extension of mechanics from the Newtonian point of view to the Lagrangian one are the notions of virtual displacements and virtual work; these concepts were originally formulated and developed in mechanics for their use in statics.

As we will see, the distribution D will play the role of the velocity phase space. Given a Lagrangian L D K V W TQ ! R, where K and V are the kinetic and potential energy, respectively, and a distribution D where the motion of the system is restricted, the dynamics of the nonholonomic system is completely determined using the Lagrange-d’Alembert principle [4]. In this paper, we will formulate a description in terms of a Levi Civita connection defined on the space of vector fields taking values on D.

This must be supplemented by the constraint equations (1). By using the Lagrange multiplier rule, we obtain d dt Â @L @Pqi Ã @L D @qi a a i: The term on the right hand side represents the constraint force or reaction force induced by the constraints. The functions a are Lagrange multipliers which, after being computed using the constraint equations, allow us to obtain a set of second order differential equations. q/; where vq 2 Tq Q. Here G denotes a Riemannian metric on the configuration space Q representing the kinetic energy of the system and V W Q !

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