The Beamer slides for Lecture # 3 are uploaded; see here [^].
This lecture is not directly concerned with CFD, or for that matter, even with fluid dynamics proper. It instead concerns itself with some material that is pre-requisite to both. Namely, the topic of tensors. However, Indian universities don’t cover this topic very well during the earlier, pre-requisite courses—esp. at the UG level. So, I decided to throw in some formulae and a few points concerning vectors and tensors, that’s all.
The material for this lecture, thus, is totally “extra” (at least in a course on CFD). The treatment here is, therefore, very cursory. The idea was to give students at least some background into these topics, by way of a rapid review.
As usual, feel free to point out errors and offer criticism.
Further, this topic being challenging to present to a newcomer in a brief manner, this lecture is the one where I am confident in the least. (At least, it’s the first lecture of this kind.) So, any suggestions for a better presentation would be highly appreciated (though, given my experience of this blog, really speaking, I don’t expect any comments to come in, anyway.)
All the same, I am happy that so much of typing in of these equations is, finally, out of the way!
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A Song I Like:
I still have not yet reviewed and taken a decision as to the song I like, also for this time round.
So, this section will continue to remain suspended.