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Old   April 16, 2005, 15:26
Default In-form / Source formulae
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MBH
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1/ Did syntax of In-form methodology in group 13 of Q1 files for introducing sources terms :

Patch()

(Source )

Replace totally those of classical syntax:

Patch ()

Coval ()

2/ Can some one introduce any kind of source formulae by the way of In-form or must he make the linearization of the source terms before?

Sorry, but the examples given in http://www.cham.co.uk (In-Form; the Input of Data by way of Formulae) are not so clear !!!

Seriously yours.
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Old   May 17, 2005, 07:20
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There is a line option, however I feel it would be sensible to apply the source term in the linearised form if possible.
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