Part of the Understanding Complex Systems book series (UCS)
In this chapter, the concepts of energy, work, and power will be reviewed to set the stage to relate thermodynamics to Hamiltonian mechanics.
KeywordsPhase Plane Power Flow Nonlinear Stiffness Duffing Oscillator Hamiltonian Mechanic
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