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how can i take divergence of a 2nd tensor

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Oh man ... that's that part i skipped for exams!!
luckly it didn't appear in exams!! christofel's notation scared the hell out of me :(

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np man i work on momentum equation...im stuck with simplifying\[\nabla.(\rho \vec{v}^2+ \mathbb{P})\]
\(\mathbb{P}\) is stress tensor
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyliFpt9d0g&feature=channel&list=UL i guess this guys hasn't updated for quite a bit.
I've to go thorugh the tensor analysis from the beginning ... sorry man!! i guess I can't help you until 2-3 weeks!! anyway I'll be learning from you post until then :D
ur always helpful man :)
lol ... i never miss the opportunity to learn :D
i gotta go man see u later
looks like you are working on something interesting

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