# Question 5.7 5.7 Multiply the local balance of linear momentum dyadically with the velocity to show that [a(uta) (PM...

Question 5.7 5.7 Multiply the local balance of linear momentum dyadically with the velocity to show that [a(uta) (PMAW pu,u + pu,u, + sym (pu,b,) + sym =sym 2 at 2 The above equation has the same structure as the general balance equation, Identify the terms of No, , OR and ER Shom that tho etretching tensor D is an obiect tensor of secondorder under the Euclidean trans- ##### Add Answer of: Question 5.7 5.7 Multiply the local balance of linear momentum dyadically with the velocity to show that [a(uta) (PM...
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