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By Anthony E. Armenàkas

ISBN-10: 1420057774

ISBN-13: 9781420057775

CARTESIAN TENSORS Vectors Dyads Definition and ideas of Operation of Tensors of the second one Rank Transformation of the Cartesian elements of a Tensor of the second one Rank upon Rotation of the approach of Axes to Which they're Referred Definition of a Tensor of the second one Rank at the foundation of the legislation of Transformation of Its parts Symmetric Tensors of the second one Rank Invariants of the Cartesian elements of a Read more...

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125) yields. 127) This equation has two solutions in the interval 0 < < B which differ by 90° ( and + B/2). 110) assume stationary values, are inclined 45° to the principal directions of this tensor in the x1 x2 plane (see Fig. 9). 116a). 116). 110) of a symmetric tensor of the second rank from one set of mutually perpendicular axes x1, x2, x3 to another obtained by rotating the set x1, x2, x3 about the x3 axis. 131) are the parametric equations of a circle. 131). 131), and we add and simplify the resulting expression.

With respect to any set of rectangular axes it is specified by an array of nine numbers Aij (i,j = 1, 2, 3) — its nine cartesian components. 22 Cartesian Tensors 2. 72). 3 is not. 75) For instance, the tensor /A whose components with respect to a rectangular system of axes is given as is a symmetric tensor of the second rank. 9 we show that for any symmetric tensor of the second rank, there exists at least one system of rectangular axes x1, x2, x3, called principal, with respect to which the diagonal components of the tensor assume their stationary values.

Referring to Fig. b, the components of the tensor with respect to the xN, 1 xN2 axes are (e) Part c Referring to Fig. b, the maximum non-diagonal components of the tensor are the ordinates of point and . Thus, (f) The axes , and , with respect to which the stationary values of non-diagonal components of the tensor occur are shown in Fig. c. Referring to Fig. 110), we see that the diagonal form of a tensor of the second rank is a special case of the quasi plane form of the tensor. That is, a form which is quasi plane with respect to the three planes specified by the pairs of principal axes .

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