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Central Force. Umiatin,M.Si. The aim : to evaluate characteristic of motion under central force field. A. Introduction. Central Force always directed along the line connecting the center of the two bodies Occurs in : motion of celestial bodies and nuclear interaction.

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Central force

Central Force

Umiatin,M.Si



A introduction
A. Introduction force field

  • Central Force always directed along the line connecting the center of the two bodies

  • Occurs in : motion of celestial bodies and nuclear interaction


Central force motion as one body problem
Central Force Motion as One Body Problem force field

  • Suppose isolated system consist two bodies and separated a distance r = |r| with interaction between them described by a central force F(r), we need six quantities used to describe motion of those particle :


Method 1
Method 1 : force field

  • To describe those, we need six quantities ( three component of r1 and three component of r2). The equation of motion of those particle are :

  • If F(r) > 0: repusive , F(r) <0 : Attractive. Coupled by :


Method 2
Method 2 force field

  • Describe a system using center mass (R) and relative position (r).

  • R describes the motion of the center of mass and r describes the relative motion of one particle with respect to the other


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No external forces are acting on the system, so the motion of the center of mass is uniform translational motion.

R** = 0.


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  • Solve the equation of motion : of the center of mass is uniform translational motion.

  • The center of mass moves with uniform velocity :

  • By choosing the initial condition, vo, to, Ro = 0, the origin of coordinate coincides with center of mass R.



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If mass :m2 >> m1, then reduced mass:

The eq of motion :

Become :


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B general properties of central force
B. General properties of Central Force Thus, whenever we use mass

  • Central Force is Confined to a Plane

    If p is the linear momentum of a particle of mass µ, the torque τ about an axis passing through the center of force is :


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  • If the angular momentum L of mass Thus, whenever we use mass µis constant, its magnitude and direction are fixed in space. Hence, by definition of the cross product, if the direction of L is fixed in space, vectors r and p must lie in a plane perpendicular to L. That is, the motion of particle of mass µ is confined to a plane that is perpendicular to L.


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2. Angular Momentum and Energy are Constant dimensional problem can be reduced into two dimensional. Using polar coordinate system :

The angular momentum of a particle of mass µat a distance r from the force center is :


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3 law of equal areas
3. Law of Equal Areas are conservative, the total energy is constant :

Consider a mass µ at a distance r(θ) at time t from the force center O :


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  • Subtituting are conservative, the total energy is constant :


C equation of motion
C. Equation of Motion are conservative, the total energy is constant :

From the previous description :

  • If we know V(r), these equations can be solved for θ(t) and r(t). The set [θ(t), r(t)] describes the orbit of the particle.


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  • Solve the equation, we find : are conservative, the total energy is constant :

  • We will get t(r) then inverse r(t). But we are interested in the equation of the path in term r and θ


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  • We may write : are conservative, the total energy is constant :

  • And subtitute :

  • Then :


Suppose the force is f r kr n
Suppose the Force is F(r) = Kr are conservative, the total energy is constant :n

  • K = constant

  • If n = 1  the solution is motion of harmonic oscillator

  • If n = -2 , eq : coulomb and gravitation force


Other method use lagrangian
Other method : Use Lagrangian are conservative, the total energy is constant :

  • Lagrangian of the system :

  • We find



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Example
Example 1/r

1. Find the force law for a central force field that allow a particle to move in logarithmic spiral orbit given by (k and α are constant) :


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2 find r t and t
2. Find r(t) and 1/rθ(t) !

Solution :




D planetary motion
D. Planetary Motion 1/r

The equation for the path of a particle moving under the influence of a central force whose magnitude is inversely proportional to the distance between the particle can be obtain from :


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