Development of the Foundations of Mathematical Analysis from by Ivor Grattan-Guinness

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And so is not a suitable domain for T. However, the definition and domain of the stress tensor can be extended in an obvious way, as suggested by Noll: TO == 0, Tv == IvlTi, Vv *- O. 23 Exercises .... 10 ated directions x is an eigenvalue problem. You have seen such problems in linear algebra. Find the eigenvalues A and the associated eigenvectors x for the stress tensor T of the preceding exercise. 22. (a). 12. (b). Compute det(uv), det(uw), det(vw). (c). Show that the determinant of the direct product of any two vectors is zero.

Determine its symmetric and skew parts, Sand A. (b). Ifg l - (1,0) and gz - (1,1), compute the matrices [T:j ], [T/], [S:j] and [Sn. Are these last two matrices symmetric? 24. Let {gil be a basis, T any 2nd order tensor, and set hi == Tgi . (a). Show that T = higi • (b). Show that V2(h i g i - gihi ) is the skew part of T. (c). 1fT is 3-dimensional, show that V2g i x hi is the axis of its skew part. 18). (d). 1 and hI - (1,0, -1), h2 - (2,1,0), h3 - (0,1,1), compute the Cartesian components of T and the axis of its skew part.

SOLUTION. We must compute G -1 and then read off the Cartesian components of g 1, g2, and g3. A systematic way of computing G -1 is to reduce G to I by a sequence of elementary row operations (involving, possibly, row interchanges). This same sequence of operations applied to I will produce G -1. We adjoin I to G and carry out these operations simultaneously, as follows. 30 II General Bases and Tensor Notation H 0 -1 1 1 1 -2 1 0 1 1 1 0 ~[ ~ 0 1 0 0 0 -1 1 1 0 1 -3 1 1 0 61 -3 -1 n~[i 0 -1 1 1 -3 1 1 1 3 1 -2 ~]~[~ 0 1 0 01 V2 01 -V2 1 1 -V2 0 1 0 -V6 V2 -V6 ~] V'] V2 .

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