I have a volume integral that I've rewritten as a surface integral using Guass' theorem. The surface is that of a sphere. How do I actually compute the integral if the integrand is a tensor?

Thankful for any suggestions.

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- April 20th 2012, 06:47 AMaplrtHow to evaluate surface integral of tensor
I have a volume integral that I've rewritten as a surface integral using Guass' theorem. The surface is that of a sphere. How do I actually compute the integral if the integrand is a tensor?

Thankful for any suggestions. - June 5th 2012, 09:09 AMHallsofIvyRe: How to evaluate surface integral of tensor
The integral of a tensor, in a given coordinate system, is the tensor whose entries are the integrals of the entries of the original tensor.