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Old   October 24, 1999, 11:03
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Kuttoosan
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Hi .. Can anybody help me in getting a LateX style file for making a technical paper on CFD.

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Old   October 25, 1999, 09:03
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Patrick Godon
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You can use Tex and LaTeX as they are to make a paper. There is no problem to write the Navier-Stokes equations and all the rest. Actually some of the style files are defined by the user. If you need to put postrscript figures in the text of the paper, then only you might need some additional sty files. But you would also need to have an example to see how it works and how it is defined. But when you submit your paper to a Journal, you actually need to put the figures at then end, in a larger format, and this can be done without a sty file.
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