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By Jose Pujol

Bridging the space among introductory textbooks and complicated monographs, this e-book presents the required mathematical instruments to take on seismological difficulties and demonstrates tips on how to observe them. together with scholar routines, for which options can be found on a devoted site, it appeals to complicated undergraduate and graduate scholars. it's also an invaluable reference quantity for researchers wishing to "brush up" on basics sooner than they examine extra complex issues in seismology.

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10) is satisfied. 22) si j = ail a jm slm . 23) gives bi j = ti j ± si j = ail a jm (tlm ± slm ) = ail a jm blm . 10) and is therefore a tensor. (2) Multiplication of a tensor by a scalar. Each component of the tensor is multiplied by the scalar. The result of this operation is a new tensor. For example, multiplication of ti j by a scalar λ gives the tensor bi j with components bi j = λti j . 25) To show that bi j is a tensor we proceed as before bi j = λti j = λail a jm tlm = ail a jm (λtlm ) = ail a jm blm .

76) Now let i = 1, 2, 3 and recall that only t11 , t22 , and t33 are different from zero. 77b) a3k tkm = a3m t33 . 77c) Let u k = a1k ; vk = a2k ; wk = a3k ; k = 1, 2, 3. 78) u k , vk , and wk can be considered as components of three vectors u, v, and w, respectively. 79b) wk tkm = wm t33 . 80) where z is either u, v, or w, and λ is either t11 , t22 , or t33 . 81) m = 1, 2, 3. 82) represents a system of three linear equations in the three unknowns z 1 , z 2 , and z 3 . Furthermore, this system is homogeneous because the righthand side of each equation is equal to zero.

4 Cartesian tensors 13 Second-order tensor. 10) under a change of coordinates vi = ai j v j . 18): aim a jn ti j = aim a jn ail a jk tlk = aim ail a jn a jk tlk = δlm δkn tlk = tmn . 11) Therefore, tmn = aim a jn ti j . 12) are similar, it is important to make sure that the arrangement of indices is strictly adhered to. 11) illustrates an important aspect of the Kronecker delta. For a given m and n, the expression δlm δkn tlk is a double sum over l and k, so that there are nine terms. However, since δlm and δkn are equal to zero except when l = m and k = n, in which case the deltas are equal to one, the only nonzero term in the sum is tmn .

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