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Mechanics (Greek μηχανική) is an area of science concerned with the behaviour of physical bodies when subjected to forces or displacements, and the subsequent effects of the bodies on their environment.The scientific discipline has its origins in Ancient Greece with the writings of Aristotle and Archimedes (see History of classical mechanics and Timeline of classical mechanics). During the early modern period, scientists such as Khayaam, Galileo, Kepler, and Newton, laid the foundation for what is now known as classical mechanics.It is a branch of classical physics that deals with particles that are either at rest or are moving with velocities significantly less than the speed of light. It can also be defined as a branch of science which deals with the motion of and forces on objects.

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  • Mechanics (Greek μηχανική) is an area of science concerned with the behaviour of physical bodies when subjected to forces or displacements, and the subsequent effects of the bodies on their environment.The scientific discipline has its origins in Ancient Greece with the writings of Aristotle and Archimedes (see History of classical mechanics and Timeline of classical mechanics). During the early modern period, scientists such as Khayaam, Galileo, Kepler, and Newton, laid the foundation for what is now known as classical mechanics.It is a branch of classical physics that deals with particles that are either at rest or are moving with velocities significantly less than the speed of light. It can also be defined as a branch of science which deals with the motion of and forces on objects.
  • المِيكانِيكا أو علم الآليات أو عِلْم الحِيَل (والمقصود بالحيلة ما يُعرف اليوم بالآلة أو الجهاز) شعبة من شعب الفيزياء تدور دراستها حول استقواء الأجسام وإزاحتها بصورة عامة.
  • 力学(りきがく、英語:mechanics)とは、物体や機械(machine)の運動、またそれらに働く力や相互作用を考察の対象とする学問分野の総称である。物理学で単に「力学」と言えば、古典力学またはニュートン力学のことを指すことが多い。 自然科学・工学・技術の分野で用いられることが多い言葉であるが、社会集団や個人の間の力関係のことを比喩的に「力学」と言う場合もある。
  • De mechanica is het onderdeel van de natuurkunde dat zich bezighoudt met evenwicht en beweging van voorwerpen onder invloed van de krachten die erop werken. Ze bestaat uit verschillende onderdelen, die van toepassing zijn in uiteenlopende situaties: * theoretische mechanica: * kinematica (bewegingsleer); * dynamica (krachtenleer): * statica (evenwichtsleer); * kinetica (samenhang tussen bewegingen en krachten); * aerodynamica (gedragingen van gassen); * hydrodynamica (gedragingen van vloeistoffen); * sterkteleer (toegepaste mechanica).
  • Mechanika (od greckiego mechané ‘maszyna’) ma następujące znaczenia:
  • Меха́ника (греч. μηχανική — искусство построения машин) — раздел физики, наука, изучающая движение материальных тел и взаимодействие между ними; при этом движением в механике называют изменение во времени взаимного положения тел или их частей в пространстве.
  • 力学是物理学的一个分支,主要研究能量和力以及它们与物体的平衡、变形或运动的关系。
  • Die Mechanik (von griechisch μηxανικὴ τέxνη mechané, ‚Maschine‘, ‚Kunstgriff‘, ‚Wirkungsweise‘) ist in den Naturwissenschaften und den Ingenieurwissenschaften die Lehre von der Bewegung von Körpern sowie den dabei wirkenden Kräften. In der Physik wird unter Mechanik meist die klassische Mechanik verstanden. Im Teilgebiet der theoretischen Physik wird der Begriff oft abkürzend für die theoretische Mechanik verwendet. In den Ingenieurwissenschaften versteht man darunter meist die Technische Mechanik, die Methoden und Grundlagen der klassischen Mechanik nutzt zur Berechnung von Maschinen oder Bauwerken.
  • La mecánica (Griego Μηχανική y de latín mechanìca o arte de construir una máquina) es la rama de la física que estudia y analiza el movimiento y reposo de los cuerpos, y su evolución en el tiempo, bajo la acción de fuerzas. Modernamente la mecánica incluye la evolución de sistemas físicos más generales que los cuerpos másicos. En ese enfoque la mecánica estudia también las ecuaciones de evolución temporal de sistemas físicos como los campos electromagnéticos o los sistemas cuánticos donde propiamente no es correcto hablar de cuerpos físicos.
  • La mécanique (du grec ancien Μηχανική / michanikí, « qui concerne les machines ») est une branche de la physique dont l'objet est l'étude du mouvement, des déformations ou des états d'équilibre des systèmes physiques. Cette science vise ainsi à décrire les mouvements de différentes sortes de corps, depuis les particules subatomiques avec la mécanique quantique, jusqu'aux galaxies avec la mécanique céleste.
  • In fisica con il termine meccanica si indica una qualsiasi teoria che si occupi del movimento dei corpi. In base alle caratteristiche fisiche della materia studiata, le teorie meccaniche si suddividono principalmente in: * meccanica classica * meccanica statistica * meccanica quantistica * meccanica relativistica.
  • A mecânica (em grego: Μηχανική, em latim: mechanìca, ou arte de construir uma máquina) é o ramo da física que compreende o estudo e análise do movimento e repouso dos corpos, e sua evolução no tempo, seus deslocamentos, sob a ação de forças, e seus efeitos subsequentes sobre seu ambiente. A disciplina tem suas raízes em diversas civilizações antigas. Durante a Idade Moderna, cientistas tais como Galileu Galilei, Johannes Kepler, e especialmente Isaac Newton, lançaram as bases para o que é conhecido como mecânica clássica.
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