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Geometrical aspects of the mass conservation law


A. I. Gudimenko, M. A. Guzev

2014, issue 2, Ñ. 173–190


Abstract
The theory of fiber bundles is used for representation of the mass conservation law in a coordinate-free form. À generalized formulation of the law is proposed and its physical interpretations are discussed.

Keywords:
conservation laws, Lie derivative, bundles, covariant derivative

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