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Introduction to Tensor Calculus

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Introduction to Tensor Calculus
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Publisher: University of Heidelberg
Number of pages: 53

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This booklet contains an explanation about tensor calculus for students of physics and engineering with a basic knowledge of linear algebra. The focus lies mainly on acquiring an understanding of the principles and ideas underlying the concept of 'tensor'.

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