## Advanced Vector Analysis: With Application to Mathematical Physics |

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### Contents

CHAPTER I | 1 |

Scalar and vector pointfunctions | 2 |

Gradient of a scalar pointfunction The operator V | 5 |

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boundary called centre chapter circuit closed curve closed surface coefficients conjugate Consider constant coordinate axes curl F curvilinear coordinates deduce denoted density derivative direction displacement div F divergence theorem dyadic dyads element ellipsoid enclosed equal equation of continuity equation of motion equivalent expression finite fixed point fluid formula function F gradient Green's Green's formula Hence idemfactor impressed force integrand invariant irrotational kinetic energy Laplace's equation level-surfaces line integral linear vector function magnetic mass momental ellipsoid nonion form normal surface integral notation orthogonal parallel particle position vector potential due principal axis prove quadric surface radius rate of change rate of increase reciprocal region bounded relation relative respect rotation scalar function scalar point-function scalar product scalar resolute Similarly sphere Stokes's theorem stress surface integral tangent plane unit vector vanishes identically variable Vector Analysis vector point-function velocity potential vortex tube vorticity written