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Old   December 22, 2008, 06:14
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Muhammad Qureshi
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Hi I have two queries:- 1. The curvature approach (in Gradient Adaption) is recommended for smooth solutions. Kindly explain the meaning and examples of of smooth solutions. Can i use curvature approach in unsteady stator rotor interaction of a turbine stage. 2. Similarly, the isovalue approach (in Gradient Adaption) is recommended for problems where derivatives are not helpful. I could not understand in what sense the term 'helpful' is used . Many Thanks,

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