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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
1 Newton's laws of motion 14,667
2 Force 7,976
3 Friction 7,786
4 Mass 7,025
5 Coriolis effect 5,128
6 Inertia 4,561
7 Stress (mechanics) 4,306
8 Equations of motion 3,436
9 Center of mass 3,314
10 Kinematics 2,557
11 Classical mechanics 2,334
12 Rotation 2,208
13 Simple harmonic motion 1,997
14 Normal mode 1,906
15 Circular motion 1,572
16 Stiffness 1,245
17 Inertial frame of reference 1,104
18 Hamiltonian mechanics 1,024
19 Elastic collision 973
20 Impulse (physics) 821
21 Rolling resistance 791
22 Specific impulse 637
23 N-body problem 601
24 Inelastic collision 581
25 Fictitious force 565
26 Absolute time and space 480
27 Coefficient of restitution 478
28 Jerk (physics) 475
29 Mohr's circle 458
30 Modified Newtonian dynamics 412
31 Elastic energy 397
32 Mass flow meter 393
33 Linear motion 388
34 Three-body problem 375
35 Relative velocity 367
36 Two-body problem 317
37 Potential well 314
38 D'Alembert's principle 288
39 Non-uniform circular motion 273
40 Galilean invariance 271
41 Motion graphs and derivatives 268
42 Rotating reference frame 263
43 Point particle 241
44 Analytical dynamics 235
45 Non-inertial reference frame 209
46 Translational symmetry 200
47 Soft body dynamics 192
48 Holonomic 185
49 Geometric phase 179
50 History of classical mechanics 176
51 Strain rate 176
52 Balance bicycle 163
53 Translation (physics) 156
54 Anharmonicity 154
55 Center of momentum frame 149
56 Kepler problem 138
57 Configuration space 136
58 Laplace–Runge–Lenz vector 133
59 Euler's laws of motion 121
60 Instant centre of rotation 117
61 List of equations in classical mechanics 109
62 Roll center 109
63 Nonholonomic system 104
64 Free particle 104
65 Kirchhoff equations 104
66 Area density 100
67 Conjugate variables 100
68 Positive pressure 93
69 Physics of firearms 91
70 Bucket argument 87
71 Ground reaction force 87
72 Constant of motion 83
73 Perpendicular axis theorem 82
74 Fundamental lemma of calculus of variations 81
75 Surface force 77
76 Falling cat problem 77
77 Gravitational two-body problem 73
78 Bertrand's theorem 69
79 Theory of impetus 69
81 Screw axis 65
82 Hodograph 59
83 Langevin dynamics 57
84 Complex harmonic motion 51
85 Classical central-force problem 51
86 Brownian dynamics 45
87 Newton's theorem of revolving orbits 44
88 Newton-second 40
89 Generating function (physics) 40
90 Virtual displacement 39
91 Newtonian dynamics 37
92 Generalized forces 37
93 Rotating spheres 32
94 Gauss' principle of least constraint 30
95 Reversible dynamics 29
96 Binet equation 28
97 Stretch rule 27
98 Roberval Balance 26
99 Roll moment 24
100 Stress field 24
101 Efimov effect 23
102 Initial stability 23
103 Few-body systems 22
104 Helmholtz theorem (classical mechanics) 22
105 Routhian 19
106 First class constraint 18
107 Jet force 17
108 Scleronomous 17
109 Classical Mechanics (book) 17
110 Lame's stress ellipsoid 17
111 Sliding (motion) 16
112 Appell's equation of motion 14
113 Monogenic system 14
114 Non-autonomous mechanics 14
115 Rheonomous 13
116 Pair of opposing forces 12
117 Bonnet's theorem 11
118 Hannay angle 10
119 Startup winding 8
120 Linear-rotational analogs 8
121 Support polygon 8
122 Johnsen–Rahbek effect 7
123 System-specific impulse less than 5 views
124 Anti-vibration compound less than 5 views
125 Equations in classical mechanics less than 5 views
126 Capacitor analogy less than 5 views
127 Newtonian material less than 5 views
128 Liouville dynamical system less than 5 views
129 McGehee transformation less than 5 views
130 Momentum curtain less than 5 views
131 Mechanical similarity less than 5 views
132 Vague tori less than 5 views

# Encyclopedia

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The main article for this category is Classical mechanics.

Classical mechanics describes the laws of forces acting upon bodies. It is often called "Newtonian mechanics" after Newton and his laws of motion.

## Subcategories

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## Pages in category "Classical mechanics"

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## Entries in category “Classical mechanics”

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