The paper is concerned on a new adequate theory of a simple mathematical pendulum. Part 1 of the paper was devoted to the behaviour of pendulum in particular points, that is central and terminal/extremum ones. This Part 2 of the theory begins with the analysis of path length of the pendulum weight. Then the kinetics of the pendulum weight is analyzed by separating and the descriptions of differentiated motion of this body in the consecutive neighbouring space-times corresponding with particular quarter-periods. It is about accelerated free variable motion and the following after it a retarded motion of this kind, and then again accelerated, etc. In the summary, further elaborations in the subject are forecasted, regarding both dynamics and energy of the flat mathematical pendulum. It is indicated that the necessity to “rethink” many existent theories is of importance.
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 14)
Z. Pluta and T. Hryniewicz, "Novel Theory of Mathematical Pendulum, Part 2", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 14, pp. 186-201, 2013