Matrix-tensor Methods in Continuum Mechanics

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World Scientific, 1990 - Science - 336 pages
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The purposes of the text are: To introduce the engineer to the very important discipline in applied mathematics-tensor methods as well as to show the fundamental unity of the different fields in continuum mechanics-with the unifying material formed by the matrix-tensor theory and to present to the engineer modern engineering problems.
 

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Contents

MATHEMATICAL PRELIMINARIES
1
TENSORS OR MATRICES OF ZERO FIRST
35
CURVILINEAR COORDINATES
64
CHAPTER PAGE
88
APPLICATIONS OF THE THEORY OF ELASTICITY
140
THE DEFLECTION TENSOR IN THE THEORY
178
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF PLATES
195
CHAPTER PACE
203
EQUATIONS OF VISCOUS FLOW AND INTRODUCTION
233
INTRODUCTORY THEORY OF PLASTICITY
272
TENSOR ANALYSIS AS RELATED TO DIMENSIONAL
293
CHAPTER PAGE
296
REFERENCES
306
APPENDIX
314
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