classical mechanics

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Noun1.classical mechanics - the branch of mechanics based on Newton's laws of motion
mechanics - the branch of physics concerned with the motion of bodies in a frame of reference
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The interest in this subject has contributed to the understanding and advancement of other physical phenomena occurring in the universe and also in the context of nonrelativistic physics. For example, in the galaxy formation [5, 6], to study vortex solutions in nonabelian gauge theories with spontaneous symmetry breaking [7] and to study the gravitational analogue of the Aharonov-Bohm effect [8-12].
Galilean spacetime plays the same role in nonrelativistic physics that Minkowski space-time does in relativistic physics.