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Old   May 8, 2010, 11:05
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Hi everyone,

For a long time, I want to write a CFD code which does not need a mesh, at least not a conventional mesh. I just want to create a point cloud and use these points to solve NS equations. I learned that there are some methods like this. But what I found is Lagrangian method. I want to use Eulerian approach. Maybe later I may mix both of them.

I want to ask if there is anyone who knows anything about such methods. Any suggestion of paper, book would be great.

Thanks,

Emre
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