# Stress Tensor

Stress tensor may refer to:

• Cauchy stress tensor, in classical physics
• Stress deviator tensor, in classical physics
• Piola–Kirchhoff stress tensor, in continuum mechanics
• Viscous stress tensor, in continuum mechanics
• Stress–energy tensor, in relativistic theories
• Maxwell stress tensor, in electromagnetism

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Stress Measures
... The most commonly used measure of stress is the Cauchy stress tensor, often called simply the stress tensor or "true stress" ... However, several other measures of stress can be defined ... Some such stress measures that are widely used in continuum mechanics, particularly in the computational context, are The Kirchhoff stress ...
Maxwell Stress Functions
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... The stress tensor is related to velocity and pressure ... being dealt with, for the common case of incompressible Newtonian flow the stress tensor is given by where is the pressure in the fluid, is the velocity, and is ...

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