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  Errata  for:  Thermodynamics  of  Flowing  Systems  by  Beris  and  Edwards, Oxford  University Press, 1st printing, May 1994.p. xvii: the page number for §8.2.3 should be 321 p.  103:  in  (5.3-26),  e vp (x,t)  should  be  e vp (x) p.  108:  in  (5.3-54), p.  121:  in  last line,  a  should  be  a p.  171:  in  (7.1-17a),  w  should  be  &s p.  172:  in  last line  of  text, primary should  be   dynamic p.  186:  all O's on  this page should  be a's p.  187:  2nd  line  from  bottom:  (6.4-9)  should  be  (7.1-12) p.  190:  in  (7.2-29),  HJM] should  be  HJM,fl,p] p.  197:  in  middle  of the  page, [H,H] should  be  [H m ,H m ] p. 203: in (7.3-17), HJM] should be  H m [M,O,p m ,p p ] p.  212: fundamental  is  misspelled twice,  in  first  and  last block p.  222:  in  (8.1-7b), delete   p  from  the  first  term  of the  R.H.S. p.  239:  the  number  of the  first  equation,  (8.2-49),  should  be  (8.1-49) p.  253:  in  (8.1-85),  c  and  c  should  be c and cp.  255:  in  (8.1-91), last  c  should  be c p.  269:  all  <J>'s  should  be  bold  (<P) p.  273:  in  (8.1-137), p.  305: line  after  (8.2-36), delta  function  should  be   unit tensor p.  306: [Beris  et al,  1993] should  be  [Beris  et al,  1994] everywherep. 311:  ibid. p.  407:  in  (10.1-18b),  o  should  be a' 1 p.  426:  7  lines down,  10 7  should  be  10' 7 p.  518:  the  numbers  of the  second pair  of  equations (11.3-52a)  and  (11.3- 52b)  should be (11.3-53a) and (11.3-53b), respectively p.  619:  in  Table A.I:  a»-ab  should  be  a:ab p.  641:  15  lines down,  Q. /.  Appl.  Mech.  Math, should  be  Q. J.  Mech.  Appl. Math. Please  send  information on any other typos to: beris@che.udel.edu by e- mail.  Your help will be very much appreciated.should  be should  be  OXFORD ENGINEERING SCIENCE SERIES Emeritus  Editors A. L,  CULLEN  L. C.  WOODS General Editors J.  M.  BRADY  C. E. BRENNEN W. R. EATOCK  TAYLOR M. Y.  HUSSA1NI  T. V.  JONES  J. VAN  BLADEL  THE OXFORD  ENGINEERING  SCIENCE  SERIES  I  D. R.  RHODES:  Synthesis  of  planar antenna sources 2 L. C.  WOODS:  Thermodynamics  of  fluid systems 3 R. N.  FRANKLIN:  Plasma phenomena  in gas  discharges 4 G. A.  BIRD:  Molecular  gas  dynamics 5  Il.-G.  LINGER:  Planar  optical  waveguides and  fibres 6  J.  HEYMAN:  Equilibrium  of  shell structures7  K. LI.  HUNT:  Kinematic geometry  of  mechanisms 8 D. S.  JONES:  Methods  in  electromagnetic wave propagation  (Two  volumes) 9 W. D.  MARSH:  Economics  of  electric  utility  power generation 10  P.  HAGEDORN:  Non-linear oscillations  (Second  edition) 11 R.  HILL:  Mathematical theory  of  plasticity 12 D. J.  DAWE:  Matrix and finite element displacement analysis  of  structures 13 N. W.  MURRAY:  Introduction to the theory  of  thin-walled structures 14 R. I. TANNER:  Engineering rheology 15 M. F.  KANNINEN  and C. H.  POPELAR:  Advanced fracture mechanics 16 R. H. T.  BATES  and M. J.  McDONNELL:  Image restorationand reconstruction 18 K. HUSEYIN:  Multiple-parameter stability theory  and its  applications 19 R. N. BRAGEWELL:  The Hartley  transform 20 J.  WESSON:  Tokamaks 21 P. B.  WHALLEY:  Boiling, condensation, and gas-liquid flow22  C.  SAMSON,  M.  LeBORGNE,  and B.  ESPIAU:  Robot control:the task function  approach 23 IT. J.  RAMM:  Fluid dynamics  for the  study  of  transonic flow 24 R. R. A.  SYMS:  Practical volume holography 25 W. D.  McCOMB:  The physics  of  fluid  turbulence 26 Z. P.  BAZANT  and L.  CEDOLIN:  Stability  of  structures:principles  of  elastic, inelastic,  and  damage theories 27  }.  D.  THORNTON:  Science  and  practice  of  liquid-liquid extraction (Two  volumes) 28 J. VAN  BLADEL:  Singular electromagnetic  fields  and  sources 29  M. O. TOKHI and  R. R.  LE1TCLI:  Active noise control 30 I. V.  LINDELL:  Methods  for  electromagnetic  field  analysis 31 J. A. C.  KENTFIELD:  Nonsteady, one-dimensional, internal,compressible flows 32 W. F.  HOSFORD:  Mechanics  of  crystals  and  poly crystals 33 G. S. H.  LOCK:  The  tubular thermosyphon 34 A.  LINAN  and F. A. WILLIAMS:  Fundamental  aspects  of  combustion 35 N.  FACHE,  D. DE  ZUTTER,  and F.  OLYSLAGER:  Electromagnetic and  circuit modeling  of  multiconductor transmission lines 36 A. N.  BERIS  and B. J.  EDWARDS:  Thermodynamics of flowing systems: with  internal microstructure
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