CANONICALIZATION OF CONSTRAINED HAMILTONIAN EQUATIONS IN A SINGULAR SYSTEM
Keywords:Singular Lagrangian System, Constrained Hamiltonian System, Motion Equation, Canonicalization
In this paper, the canonicalization of constrained Hamiltonian system is discussed. Because the constrained Hamiltonian equations are non-canonical, they lead to many limitations in the research. For this purpose, variable transformation is constructed that satisfies the condition of canonical equation, and the new variables can be obtained by a series of derivations. Finally, two examples are given to illustrate the applications of the result.
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