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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 procedure 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 parts of a Symmetric Tensor of the second one Rank desk bound Values of a functionality topic to a Constraining Relation desk bound Values of the Diagonal elements of a Symmetric Tensor of the Second. Read more...
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12). 12 Location of the axes with respect to which the non-diagonal components of a tensor assume stationary values. Consequently when the components of a tensor are referred to its principal axes , we can easily establish the maximum and minimum values of its non-diagonal components with respect to any set of axes in the x~ 1x~ 2, the x~ 1x~ 3 and the x~ 2x~ 3 planes. 14 Problems 1. 1, 2, 1). The units are in meters. (a) Determine the unit vector acting from point P1 to point P2. (b) Determine the angles pP1OP2 and pOP1P2, where O is the origin of the axes of reference.
110) We call the plane specified by the axes x1 and x2 the plane of the tensor [A]. 110), we see that the x3 axis is principal. Thus, on the basis of our discussion in the previous section there exist at least two mutually perpendicular axes in the plane x1 x2 which are principal. In the next section we establish the principal directions of quasi plane symmetric tensors of the second rank and their principal values. 8 Rotation of axes. In what follows we establish the transformation relations of the components of a quasi plane symmetric tensor of a second rank when the axes to which they are referred rotate about the axis normal to the plane of the tensor.
24a) and [7 s]T is its transpose. 3 a tensor of the second rank was defined without referring to any system of axes. Thus, it is explicitly apparent that a tensor has an existence independent of the choice of the system of axes. The system of axes (specified by the orthogonal unit vectors i1, i2, i3) has been introduced subsequently in order to permit the use of well-known mathematical procedures. 72). 72) is often used as the basis for the definition of a tensor of the second rank as an entity which possesses the following properties: 1.