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dRic2

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$$ -[ \mathbf \epsilon \mathbf : \mathbf \tau ] $$

Where ## \mathbf \epsilon ## is a third-order tensor and ## \mathbf \tau ## is the stress-tensor.

Then the authors say:

If, on the other hand, ## \mathbf \tau## is asymmetric, then the last term describes the rate of conversion of bulk angular momentum to internal angular momentum.

What "bulk angular momentum" is? I don't understand, why there are two angular momentum?