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Old   June 11, 1999, 14:04
Default Galerkin Finit Element Method
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Ghassemi
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Dear Colleges

Wher can I get a preliminary CFD code using Galerkind finit element method? If you could be able to help me I would be very grateful.

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Old   June 12, 1999, 15:33
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Some interestings things are on this page: http://www.engr.usask.ca/~macphed/fi...resources.html
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Old   June 14, 1999, 05:36
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I have developed 2d mesh generation which includes suitable nodal as well as element nubering scheme to give the best frontal width. However while working eith 3-D mesh generation even for regular shapes like cylinder etc it becomes really complex. Please any one can explain me or give his alogorithm for the same so that I can develope it for my program, for which I shall be gratefull. Thanking you, Subrat Das
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Old   June 17, 1999, 09:23
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Dear Sir

I live in IRAN, and I'm a student in M.S in the mechanical engineering. I get a project about 3_D grid generation (deloni triangles). If it is possible for you, please identify to me some paper about that & if you can, please send me. I want to use that code in the CONTROL VOLUME base FINITE ELEMENT .

BEST REGARdS MOHAMMAD
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Old   June 18, 1999, 09:43
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How are you, Mohaamad........
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