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Lie Symmetry and Approximate Hojman Conserved Quantity of Lagrange Equations for a Weakly Nonholonomic System

  • Y.-L. Han (a1), X.-X. Wang (a1), M.-L. Zhang (a1) and L.-Q. Jia (a1)

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The Lie symmetry and Hojman conserved quantity of Lagrange equations for a weakly nonholonomic system and its first-degree approximate holonomic system are studied. The differential equations of motion for the system are established. Under the special infinitesimal transformations of group in which the time is invariable, the definition of the Lie symmetry for the weakly nonholonomic system and its first-degree approximate holonomic system are given, and the exact and approximate Hojman conserved quantities deduced directly from the Lie symmetry are obtained. Finally, an example is given to study the exact and approximate Hojman conserved quantity for the system.

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