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Matrix Algebra and Indicial Notation
1.1 Matrix algebra
1.2 Indicial notation
1.3 Summation convention
1.4 Kronecker delta
1.5 The alternator or permutation symbol
1.6 Worked Examples
Vectors and Linear Transformations
2.1 Vectors
2.1.1 Euclidean point space
2.2 Linear Transformations
2.3 Worked Examples
3.1 Components of a vector in a basis
3.2. COMPONENTS OF A LINEAR TRANSFORMATION IN A BASIS. 43
3.2 Components of a linear transformation in a basis
3.3 Components in two bases
Determinant, trace, scalar-product and norm
3.5 Cartesian Tensors
3.6 Worked Examples
4.1 An example in two-dimensions
4.2 An example in three-dimensions
4.3 Lattices
4.4. GROUPS OF LINEAR TRANSFORMATIONS. 73
4.4 Groups of Linear Transformations
4.5 Symmetry of a scalar-valued function of symmetric
4.6 Worked Examples
Calculus of Vector and Tensor Fields
5.1 Notation and definitions
5.2 Integral theorems
5.4 Worked Examples
Orthogonal Curvilinear Coordinates
6.1 Introductory Remarks
6.2 General Orthogonal Curvilinear Coordinates
6.2.1 Coordinate transformation. Inverse transformation
6.2.2 Metric coefficients, scale moduli
6.2.3 Inverse partial derivatives
6.2.4 Components of ∂ˆei/∂ˆxj in the local basis (ˆe1,ˆe2,ˆe3)
6.3.8 Differential elements of area
6.4. EXAMPLES OF ORTHOGONAL CURVILINEAR COORDINATES 113
6.4 Some Examples of Orthogonal Curvilinear Coordi-
6.5 Worked Examples
Calculus of Variations
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Brief review of calculus
7.4 Application of the necessary condition δF = 0 to
the basic problem. Euler equation
7.4.1 The basic problem. Euler equation
7.4.2 An example. The Brachistochrone Problem
7.4.3 A Formalism for Deriving the Euler Equation
7.5 Generalizations
7.5.1 Generalization: Free end-point; Natural boundary conditions
7.5.2 Generalization: Higher derivatives
7.5.3 Generalization: Multiple functions
7.5.4 Generalization: End point of extremal lying on a curve
7.6 Constrained Minimization
7.6.1 Integral constraints
7.6.2 Algebraic constraints
7.6.3 Differential constraints
7.12 Worked Examples
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Elastic Solids Vol.1 Math

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