LORENE

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## Functions

Tenseur_sym Lorene::operator* (const Tenseur &, const Tenseur_sym &)
Tensorial product. More...

Tenseur_sym Lorene::manipule (const Tenseur_sym &, const Metrique &)
Raise or lower all the indices, depending on their type, using the given `Metrique` . More...

Tenseur_sym Lorene::lie_derive (const Tenseur_sym &t, const Tenseur &x, const Metrique *=0x0)
Lie Derivative of `t` with respect to `x` . More...

Tenseur_sym Lorene::sans_trace (const Tenseur_sym &tens, const Metrique &metre)
Computes the traceless part of a `Tenseur_sym` of valence 2. More...

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## ◆ lie_derive()

 Tenseur_sym Lorene::lie_derive ( const Tenseur_sym & t, const Tenseur & x, const Metrique * met = `0x0` )

Lie Derivative of `t` with respect to `x` .

If no other argument is given, it uses partial derivatives with respect to cartesian coordinates to calculate the result (this is the default). Otherwise, it uses the covariant derivative associated to the metric given as last argument.

Definition at line 157 of file tenseur_sym_operateur.C.

References Lorene::Tenseur::get_etat().

## ◆ manipule()

 Tenseur_sym Lorene::manipule ( const Tenseur_sym & t1, const Metrique & met )

Raise or lower all the indices, depending on their type, using the given `Metrique` .

Definition at line 140 of file tenseur_sym_operateur.C.

References Lorene::manipule(), and Lorene::Tenseur::valence.

## ◆ operator*()

 Tenseur_sym Lorene::operator* ( const Tenseur & t1, const Tenseur_sym & t2 )

Tensorial product.

Definition at line 87 of file tenseur_sym_operateur.C.

References Lorene::Tenseur::get_etat().

## ◆ sans_trace()

 Tenseur_sym Lorene::sans_trace ( const Tenseur_sym & tens, const Metrique & metre )

Computes the traceless part of a `Tenseur_sym` of valence 2.

Parameters
 tens [input] the `Tenseur_sym` of valence 2 metre [input] the metric used to raise or lower the indices
Returns
The traceless part of the input `Tenseur_sym`

Definition at line 240 of file tenseur_sym_operateur.C.

References Lorene::Tenseur::get_etat().