Macromechanics and two-body problems

  title={Macromechanics and two-body problems},
  author={Huai-Yu Wang},
  journal={Journal of Physics Communications},
  • Huai-Yu Wang
  • Published 25 June 2020
  • Physics
  • Journal of Physics Communications
A wave function can be written in the form of ReiS/ℏ . We put this form of wave function into quantum mechanics equations and take hydrodynamic limit, i. e., let Planck constant be zero. Then equations of motion (EOM) describing the movement of macroscopic bodies are retrieved. From Schrödinger equation, we obtain Newtonian mechanics, including Newton’s three laws of motion; from decouple Klein–Gordon equation with positive kinetic energy (PKE), we obtain EOM of special relativity in classical… 
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