By C.; Hemery, C. Lebosse
Manuel scolaire de mathématiques, niveau seconde C, programmes de 1965. Algèbre. Cet ouvrage fait partie de los angeles assortment Lebossé-Hémery dont les manuels furent à l’enseignement des mathématiques ce que le Bled et le Bescherelle furent à celui du français.
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8 ) . 2 : The decomposition of the operator Au between the right and left sides of equations ( 3 . 7 ) , ( 3 . 8 ) and ( 3 . 9 ) was done in order to involve the same linear operators in each step, which results in quite sub stantial computer core memory savings. 3 : We have introduced the alternating direction decomposition of ( 3 . 1 ) on the continuous problems because the formalism is simpler. But, of course, the same decomposition applies to any Galerkin finite dimen sional variational formulation of the Navier-Stokes equations obtained, let*s say, by finite element methods.
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4) u Above, = U Q on Γι. denotes the first Piola-Kirchhoff stress-tensor which characte rizes the contact forces in the present configuration which are applied through an elementary surface, defined in the reference configuration, by one half on the body on the remainder (). Moreover, \¿ represents the unit external normal vector to the body before deformation and 11) represents the elastic stored-energy density, measured per unit volume of the reference configuration. 5) where Qi is a regular convex real function defined on Ω xlR and where from Ω xlR^^^ x]R^^^ xIR^ into IR, can be singular for zero values of the deter minant 6.
Algèbre. Classe de Seconde C by C.; Hemery, C. Lebosse