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Tensor Calculus by Taha Sochi

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Tensor Calculus
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Publisher: viXra
Number of pages: 91

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These notes are the second part of the tensor calculus documents. We continue the discussion of selected topics of the subject at a higher level expanding, when necessary, some topics and developing further concepts and techniques. The present notes are essentially based on assuming an underlying general curvilinear coordinate system.

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