By S. L. Sobolev

ISBN-10: 0821815571

ISBN-13: 9780821815571

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2m @t This, of course, does not include all of the physical theories. For example, ﬁrstorder differential equations such as the Dirac equation and higher-order equations such as for the mechanics of beam bending will not be discussed to keep this book manageable and focused. 3 Differential Operators in Curvilinear Coordinates Speciﬁc forms of the differential operators will be used in the respective chapters on the various coordinate systems. Here we provide a summary of the main expressions needed, with emphasis on orthogonal systems, as general expressions can be written down in terms of a metric.

Here, we will only consider examples of steady-state ﬂow in a uniform pipe of arbitrary cross section. In this case, there is, of course, no time dependence and the velocity points along the pipe axis (say, z) and only has x and y components. Then, the Navier–Stokes equation takes the form of an inhomogeneous Laplace equation [35]: r2 v D 1 dp . 129) The appropriate boundary condition describing the physics is for the velocity ﬁeld to vanish at the surface: v jS D 0 . 6 Acoustics We will study cavity and waveguide problems.

91) The standard form is arrived at with a D 0, b D 1, and c D 1. Then, the differential equation becomes d2 y dz 2 Ä µ C µ 0 1 dy λ C λ0 1 C z (z 1) dz Ä 0 0 λλ µµ C ν λ C λ0 C µ C µ0 C ν z (z 1) 1 y z(z 1) D 0 . 92) 25 26 2 General Theory The corresponding solution in the Riemann notation is 8 <0 y (z) D P λ : 0 λ 1 µ µ0 1 λ λ0 1 ν 9 = z µ µ0 ν ; . 93) Finally, if one factors out the singular part for one of the solutions at each of z D 0 and z D 1 and relabels the indices to be 1 c at z D 0, c a b at z D 1, and a and b at z D 1, then the equation takes the form z(z 1) d2 y C [(a C b C 1)z dz 2 c] dy C ab y D 0 .

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