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Conservation of Energy and MomentumConservation of Energy and Momentum
In the last lecture, we had written down the expression for the rate of change of momentum of the sources and fields as given by. tensor
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1. Review from chapter 1 Behavior of fluids to Volume or Surface forces1. Review from chapter 1 Behavior of fluids to Volume or Surface forces
Volume forces – Long rage forces capable of penetrating into the interior of the fluid and act on all elements. tensor
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Determining the Electromagnetic Polarizability Tensors of Metal Objects during In-line Scanning. tensor
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Constitutive Material Modeling FormularyConstitutive Material Modeling Formulary
V left stretch tensor; u right stretch tensor; r orthonormal rotation tensor (R-1=RT). tensor
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Tri-Clustered Tensor Completion for Social-Aware Image Tag Refinement abstractTri-Clustered Tensor Completion for Social-Aware Image Tag Refinement abstract
And then we investigate two strategies to complete these sub-tensors by considering (in) dependence between the sub-tensors. Experimental results on a real-world social image database demonstrate the superiority of the proposed method compared with the. tensor
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Formalisms for surface and bulk nonlinear opticsFormalisms for surface and bulk nonlinear optics
Supporting Information: F. X. Wang et al. ‘Enhancement of bulk-type multipolar second-harmonic generation arising from surface morphology of metals’. tensor
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1. Curvilinear coordinate systems 4 Non orthogonal example 5 General curvilinear systems 81. Curvilinear coordinate systems 4 Non orthogonal example 5 General curvilinear systems 8
It tries to introduce the concepts and notations that are necessary to be able to read and understand the different terms of the equation. Here is the ‘layout’ of the article. tensor
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Tensor Theory Introduction and definitionsTensor Theory Introduction and definitions
In n-dimensional space Vn (called a "manifold" in mathematics), points are specified by assigning values to a set of n continuous real variables called the coordinates. In many cases these will run from -∞ to +∞. tensor
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Tensors for RealTensors for Real
Proper time is an example of a scalar: it has no space-time indices and its value is independent of coordinate frame. tensor
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Arrays of functions. Each function of such an array is called a componentArrays of functions. Each function of such an array is called a component
Each function of such an array is called a component. Components are functions of the selected co-ordinate system. tensor
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Conservation of Angular MomentumConservation of Angular Momentum
Angular Momentum is defined as the moment of the Linear Momentum about some spatial reference point. Thus, it is the vector cross product with the linear momentum. tensor
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Mathematics for ModelingMathematics for Modeling
The intent of this section is to give a refresher in vector and tensor mathematics, a critical tool for modeling any system. tensor
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Appendix to Chapter 4Appendix to Chapter 4
The scalar-, vector- and tensor-valued functions and t of the scalar variable, vector variable V and second-order tensor variable b are isotropic functions if. tensor
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