Introduction to Vector and Tensor Analysis | NatureVector and tensor analysis. Louis Brand. Addition of Vectors. Subtraction of Vectors. Multiplication of Vectors by Numbers. Linear Dependence. Collinear Points.
Vector and Tensor Analysis
Covariant Derivative. Motor Algebra. Derivative of a Motor. Glossary of calculus Glossary of calculus.
In contrast, for standard calculus, in the last chapter. Please enter recipient e-mail address es! Differential Invariants. The applications come at the end of the bo.
Introduction to tensors
The Basic Library List Committee suggests that undergraduate mathematics libraries consider this book for acquisition. This is a concise but thorough text in vectors and tensors from the physics not linear algebra point of view. The text is unusual in that tensors take central place. It starts out with vectors, but at least half the material in the rest of the book is stated for general tensors. It is one of a series of texts that Richard A. Silverman prepared in the s and s by translating and freely adapting Russian-language texts.
A good knowledge of physics is almost essential to use this book. Skip to main content. Vector Triple Product. Relative Velocity.
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