anonymous
  • anonymous
can any one explain what are tensors?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
tensor quantity are one which are scalar and vector nut they dont follow vector rules
anonymous
  • anonymous
if they dont follow vector rules then how are they vectors
anonymous
  • anonymous
bacause they have magnitude and direction like moment of inertia

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anonymous
  • anonymous
no body could explain it as easily as you did can you give me an example
anonymous
  • anonymous
moment of inertia and pressure
anonymous
  • anonymous
moment of inertia what is it
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is measure of objects resistance to changes to its rotation.It is the inertia of rotating body with respect to rotation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
tensor are somethink like matix but it just about the time and 3D
anonymous
  • anonymous
tensor comes in the field of stress component. its the matrix reperesentation of stress in normal and parallel direction
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tensors are quantities whose magnitude and direction changes with change in reference coordinate system.

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