By Philippe G. Ciarlet
This monograph offers the elemental theorems of differential geometry in three-d house, together with a radical insurance of floor conception. through a sequence of rigorously chosen and consultant mathematical versions this monograph additionally explains at size how those theorems are utilized in 3-dimensional elasticity and in shell thought. The presentation is basically selfcontained, with an excellent emphasis on pedagogy. specifically, no "a priori" wisdom of differential geometry or of elasticity idea is thought, the one necessities are a cheap wisdom of easy research, useful research, and a few acquaintance with usual and partial differential equations.
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