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Old   November 18, 2011, 05:41
Default Finite Volume Galerkin Discontinous Code ( 1D or 2D )
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I am looking for a easy 1D or 2D code to handle for academic use (Training).
The desirable equations are type of conservation laws (Euler or Saint-Venant)

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