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N, as follows: Xt;i = . ax k ax k . (Xt;i 'Xt;j)Ve = a~i a~j Ve, i,j,k = 1, .. ·,n. 14) 40 2. 5 Metric Tensors Many grid generation algorithms, in particular those based on the calculus of variations, are typically formulated in terms of fundamental features of coordinate transformations and the corresponding mesh cells. These features are compactly described with the use of the metric notation, which is discussed in this section. 1 Covariant Metric Tensor The matrix i, j = 1, ... ;i, i = 1, ...

Thus the volume of the parallelepiped determined by the vectors a, b, and c equals the Jacobian of the matrix formed by the components of these vectors. 3 Relation to Base Vectors Applying the operation of the cross product to two base tangential vectors xI;' and x~=, we find that the vector X~l x Xt;= is a normal to the coordinate surface ~i = ~b with (i, I, m) cyclic. e. VC = C(Xf,1 X Xt;m) . 32), Xt;i, using the operation of the dot 1 = c J, and therefore . 33) = j(Xf,1 X Xt;m). 18)) can also be found through the tangential vectors X~i by the formula ..

Dxn, where .. a~. dx' = x'(e + de) - x'(e) = ~de u~J + o(ldW, i,j = 1, ... , n, (see Fig. 4). Therefore ds = V(dX 1)2 + ... id~i. jd~j + o(ldel) = Jgijd~id~j + o(ldel), Thus the length s of the curve in xn, i,j = 1,···,n. prescribed by the parametrization x[e(t)] : [a, b] -+ Xn , is computed by the formula i,j=l, ... ,n. 16) ~3 Xl .. --. / ~ Xl X Fig. 4. Illustration for the line element / :;-' / d~2 d~l ~l 42 2. 3 Contravariant Metric Tensor The contravariant metric tensor of the domain xn in the coordinates is the matrix (gi j e, ...