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kingwinner
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Sep9-09, 10:31 PM
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Quote Quote by Dick View Post
I think you are right. It should be u_yy, the second derivative. Not (u_y)^2. It's a linear operator. Is it a typo?
But if that is the case, why don't they write ∂yy (instead of (∂y)2? (I am not sure whether it's a typo, but it seems to me that the context of it highly suggests it isn't)

Also, if they really meant (uy)2, how could it be expressed as an "operator"?

Thanks!