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Old   May 18, 2006, 17:36
Default rsm,K-epsilon models, donating text on turbulence
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francisco saldarriaga
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I do not seem to be reaching the correct location to donate text about turbulence model by pasting exerpts from my dissertation and articles written in 2000.

I am trying to follow the directions from the text on "donate text" but I do not reach the right location.

Has any one done this in a cut and paste manner effectively?

Francisco Saldarriaga

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Old   May 19, 2006, 04:54
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Jonas Larsson
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The intention with the "Donate texts" page is to allow people to donate and upload entire reports. This allows people to use reports donated by others to cut-and-paste from into the appropriate Wiki pages.

If you want to cut-and-paste material from your own thesis into various specific CFD-Wiki pages you can do that directly youself. Just edit the page which you want to improve and paste in the material that you think is appropriate.

I hope that helps, if not, please let me know.
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