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Zhigang Suo's picture

These notes may serve as a reminder of tensor algebra.  The notes supplement the course on advanced elasticity.  Several books are listed at the end of the notes.

Update on 17 April.  I am now breaking up the notes on tensors, cleaning them up, and posting them as sections on linear algebra.

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Dear Prof. Suo,

I read with very interest Your notes on Tensors (after finish reading Your notes on Vectors). A pity that I didn't see Your explanation on Tensors in this note. As You already explained that You break up this notes to seperate topics.

Looking forward to Your further updates on the breaking-up version of the the notes on Tensors.

Thank you very much for all the Notes you posted, and looking forward for new ones.

Zhigang Suo's picture

Thank you for your kind words.  I have described the algebra of tensors in my notes on finite deformation.  The basic idea is that all tensors come from linear maps between vectors.  For example, stress is a linear map from the area vector to force.

Thank you very much for the information, great it's aready available! I will read the note with care. Thanks!

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