The book Introduction to tensor calculus and continuum mechanics

  1. the book "Introduction to tensor calculus and continuum mechanics"

    hi
    please help me !!!
    i've try to find appendix d of this or solution that excersise
    anyone can help me ?
    any link or full version of this book thart have "appendix d"
    my english languge not good
    sorry
    thanks a lot
    bye
     
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  3. tiny-tim

    tiny-tim 26,043
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    Welcome to PF!

    Hi masood_mahdi! Welcome to PF! :smile:
    Sorry, but John H. Heinbockel's web-page at http://www.math.odu.edu/~jhh/counter2.html clearly states that "Appendix D which contains solutions to 70% of the exercise problems" is not in the free version. :redface:

    (and if you did find a copy somewhere, it would be a breach of copyright! :rolleyes:)​

    Tell us what the problem is, show us the work you've done on it, and we'll see if we can help. :smile:
     
  4. Re: the book "Introduction to tensor calculus and continuum mechanics"

    Hi
    thank you so much.
    really?
    my questions is in chapter 2 . it's 4 question that i need to your help .
    give you my question's number to slove that for me ?

    thanks again
     
  5. tiny-tim

    tiny-tim 26,043
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    Hi masood_mahdi!

    Type out one of the questions (it's best not to put two questions in the same thread, unless they're very similar), show us what you've tried, and where you're stuck, and then we'll know how to help! :smile:
     
  6. Re: the book "Introduction to tensor calculus and continuum mechanics"

    hi dear tiny-tim
    my question mumber of this part d,e,f of question (26) page 31 "excersise 1.1"becasuse my question has script , i can't type that correctly 1.
    i'm so sorry
    do you have book?
    if don't i give you address web page that download it .
    thanks again
     
  7. tiny-tim

    tiny-tim 26,043
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    It's easiest if you type the question here for everyone to see immediately.

    And you'll need to type what you've done, anyway! :smile:
     
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