scalar curl

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From scalar + curl.

Noun[edit]

scalar curl (plural scalar curls)

  1. (mathematics) The coefficient of k in the three-dimensional curl of a two-dimensional vector field.
    Since the curl of the vector field is the vector field , the scalar curl of the vector field is the scalar field .