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33) S akin to looks in (2. 16). exchange G with F · n in (2. 28) to acquire F · n dS = F · n 1 + (∂ f/∂ x1 )2 + (∂ f/∂ x2 )2 S 0.5 dx1 dx2 . (2. 34) R The substitution of (2. 22) into the above supplies −F1 (∂ f/∂ x1 ) − F2 (∂ f/∂ x2 ) + F3 [x1 , x2 , f (x1 , x2 )] dx1 dx2 , F · n dS = S R or −F1 [x1 , x2 , f (x1 , x2 )](∂ f/∂ x1 ) − F2 [x1 , x2 , f (x1 , x2 )](∂ f/∂ x2 ) F · n dS = S R +F3 [x1 , x2 , f (x1 , x2 )] dx1 dx2 , 2. five. The Divergence 31 υ∆t ∆S determine 2. four. Flux of ﬂuid via a cylinder. θ n the place F = F1 e1 + F2 e2 + F3 e3 . (2. 35) 2. four. 1 software of the idea that of Flux The ﬂux of the vector ﬁeld F during the floor S is deﬁned by means of F · n dS , (2. 36) S the place n is a unit outward basic to S. for instance, ponder the ﬂow of ﬂuid via a cylinder, in the course of a time increment t, as depicted in Fig. 2. four. With υ because the pace, the gap travelled in time t is υ t, the place υ is the significance of υ. the quantity of ﬂuid ﬂowing throughout the floor prone as proven is the same as υ t cos θ. The mass of ﬂuid ﬂowing throughout the prone floor is, with ρ because the mass density, ρυ t cos θ = ρ tυ · n, and therefore the speed of mass ﬂow in the course of the prone floor is ρυ · n S. As proven within the cartoon, S is the world of the vulnerable floor point. hence, if we deﬁne F ≡ ρυ(x1 , x2 , x3 ), (2. 37) we ﬁnd that price of mass ﬂow via S = F · n dS. (2. 38) S 2. five The Divergence keep in mind the Gauss legislation E(x) · n dS = q/ zero . (2. 39) S permit q = ρ¯ V V, the place ρ¯ V is the common cost density in E(x) · n dS = ρ¯ V V. Then, V/ zero , S 1 V (2. forty) E(x) · n dS = ρ¯ V / zero. S Taking a suitable restrict, there follows lim V→0 1 V E(x) · n dS = ρ(x1 , x2 , x3 )/ zero . S (2. forty-one) 32 2. uncomplicated critical Theorems determine 2. five. A cuboid with edges aligned with the coordinate axes. Now, deﬁne the divergence of F to be div F ≡ lim V→0 1 V F · n dS. (2. forty two) S The Gauss legislation then turns into div F = ρ/ zero . (2. forty three) We subsequent calculate div F over a cuboid whose quantity shrinks to 0 (Fig. 2. 5). Calculate ﬁrst S1± F · n dS, (2. forty four) on S1+ , the place F · n = F · e1 = F1 (x1 , x2 , x3 ). Take the centroid of the cuboid at (x1 , x2 , x3 ). On S1+ we now have F · n = F1 ≈ F1 (x1 , x2 , x3 ) + (∂ F1 /∂ x1 )dx1 /2, (2. forty five) F · n = −F1 ≈ −F1 (x1 , x2 , x3 ) + (∂ F1 /∂ x1 )dx1 /2. (2. forty six) whereas on S1− , hence, we receive S1+ the place + S1− = [∂ F1 (x1 , x2 , x3 )/∂ x1 ] dx1 dx2 dx3 = [∂ F1 (x1 , x2 , x3 )/∂ x1 ]dx1 S1± , S1± = dx2 dx3 . This additionally indicates that lim V→0 1 V S1± F · n dS = ∂ F1 /∂ x1 . (2. forty seven) F · n dS = ∂ F2 /∂ x2 , (2. forty eight) F · n dS = ∂ F3 /∂ x3 . (2. forty nine) through an analogous kind of argument we have now lim 1 V S2± lim 1 V S3± V→0 and V→0 2. 6. Divergence Theorem 33 S V i i V ∆S ∆ e me fac u l r o u bv s su ith w S S S1 V V2 n2 (a) V1 n1 (b) determine 2. 6. restricting method of comparing floor integrals. for this reason, div (F) = ∂ F1 /∂ x1 + ∂ F2 /∂ x2 + ∂ F3 /∂ x3 . (2. 50) ∇ ≡ ∂/∂ x1 e1 + ∂/∂ x2 e2 + ∂/∂ x3 e3 , (2. fifty one) Letting we will be able to write ∇ · F = (∂/∂ x1 e1 + ∂/∂ x2 e2 + ∂/∂ x3 e3 ) · (F1 e1 + F2 e2 + F3 e3 ) = ∂ F1 /∂ x1 + ∂ F2 /∂ x2 + ∂ F3 /∂ x3 .
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