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Old   August 10, 2001, 14:21
Default Re: Tyres, John C Chien is wrong, please apologise
John C. Chien
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(1). Thank you very much. I think, we are all learning. (2). So, there are many ways to describe the true solution. But at the true solution level, they are all valid. (3). It simply says: " When the solution is mesh independent, you are free to use any types of mesh". (4). I think, a country kid from US visiting city friends in London would make comment that drivers in London love to show off the driving skill, that they put the gear in reverse all the time when driving in the city. (5). As long as you are getting the true solution, it dosn't matter what type of mesh is used, or what language you use. If you are having troubles, make sure to check the Greek dictionary. (6). Someone did make the parts in turbomachinery in the wrong rotational direction and the design had to be modified, in an "international project" between the east and the west, not so long ago. Make sure that the parts can work in both directions, like a car.
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Old   August 19, 2001, 02:37
Default Re: Tyres, John C Chien is wrong, please apologise
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This question is for Jeremy:

How old are you, 5?
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