I'm looking for a good tensor reference book that provides insights into the following areas of tensors:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1. Symmetries & how to extract them.

2. Full tensor visualisation eg. how to visualise the stress tensor in its 9 component form without resorting to a split into 3 simultaneous equations.

3. Geometric interpretations of tensors.

I am researching into the Navier-stokes equations from a physical, fluids background & would like to further explore along tensor lines.

Thanks so much for your assistance.

desA

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# Book on tensor symmetry, geometries, surfaces

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