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Old   May 13, 1999, 18:13
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ken elms
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I have put my first computer drafted effort on this extensive subject and hopefully it will help students in some way-site-http:/x-stream.fortunecity.com/laras/63/

Its been an at home project so no doubt it can be improved upon and updated.Thanks to all those guys who have helped out along the way.
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Old   May 13, 1999, 18:36
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(1). Looks like that you have done a very good job. (2). I got a warning sign about my Internet connection, and it is very hard to read pink (or purple) letters with burning clouds in the background. A simple black letters on the white background would be easier to read. Maybe, I didn't know how to reset it. Thank you very much for your effort and information.
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Old   May 14, 1999, 09:14
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Ken,

A very good compilation on rotodynamics.

The browser is not able to load some pictures. I am not sure if I did something wrong.

Harsh
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Old   May 14, 1999, 16:19
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Dear John,Many thanks for your most encouraging remarks. I have noted your comments on the colours of text and background.I am still trying to get to grips with HTML and web page design.I apologise for the inconvenience.I also hit snags on the maths-fluids symbols.

Keep up the good work and I do like your ability to get to the core issues of problems knowing the subject matter as you do.
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Old   May 14, 1999, 16:37
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(1). I understand that. Please don't worry about the HTML issues. When people are hungry, they will eat almost anything. (2). I will find my time to read your book. Thank you again.
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Old   May 14, 1999, 16:41
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hello harsh, many thanks for your kind comments. Most encouraging.Indeed,Iam sure that the pictures are there somewhere.When I put the document together using Word I included a fully paged contents.

GETTING ONTO THE WEB EVEN IN THIS BASIC FORM HAS BEEN A PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT.

The full document is some 300 pages plus with a basic fluid maths section too.You can image on my very basic home based set up that getting a mcgraw hill type book is obviously out of my reach[resources].I have attempted to present a wide picture of the subject [would like to include up to date advances-links].

ALL FORMS OF FEEDBACK ARE MOST WELCOME.SORRY FOR INCONVENIENCE. GOOD LUCK IN YOUR VACATION AND CFD WORK ETC.
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