Applications of Classical Mechanics
Classical Mechanics finds a large number of interesting applications in daily life situations. It is used to explain most of the phenomena we encounter in daytoday activities. In machines and parts of machines, in sports, in simple processes like using simple machines, and not so simple processes like designing a mechanical system, classical mechanics finds a lot of applications.
In fact, in very complex applicaitons like launching rockets and satellites too, the principles of classical mechanics play a very important role. The laws have been cast into various different forms and methods  Newtonian mechanics, Lagrangian Mechanics and Hamiltonian Mechanics these methods are used according to which provides the answer most easily and conveniently.
Listed below are some of the interesting applications that classical mechanics finds.

Swing a Ball in Air ( Why are Golf balls Dimpled? ) This example shows an application of Bernoulli's theorem to explain the swing of a ball in air.

Lift a Car With Your Muscle Power This example describes a simple application of Pascal's law and how one can considerable reduce the force required to lift a car.
 Helium Balloon in a car  Strange Behavior This example shows the effect of pressure and bouyant force to describe why a helium ballon shows a strange behavior in a moving car.
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