Hi all,
Something I've been wondering - why don't two solid surfaces always stick together when touching each other?
As far as I'm aware there are five basic types of solids:
Atomic solids: Frozen noble gases containing single atoms held together by London dispersion forces.
Molecular...
This question is about 2-d surfaces embedded inR3
It's easy to find information on how the metric tensor changes when $$x_{\mu}\rightarrow x_{\mu}+\varepsilon\xi(x)$$
So, what about the variation of the second fundamental form, the Gauss and the mean curvature? how they change?
I found...
Homework Statement
Parameterize ##S={ S }_{ 1 }\bigcup { { S }_{ 2 } } ##, where ##S_1## is the surface with equation ##x^2+y^2=4## bounded above by the graph of ##2y+z=6## and below by the ##xy## plane. ##S_2## is the bottom disk
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##{ S }_{ 1...
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I could know the pressure in point B
If I calculate the heigh of pressure I got:
But I don't know where is my free surface in the container 3, is it down??
I don't know how to keep doing it.....