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Old   May 9, 2006, 17:45
Default axis singularity for cylindrical coordinates
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Hi, Is there anyone who has experience with the axis singularity for cylindrical Navier-Stokes? I m actually interested in methods based on the expansion of Fourier coefficients, but I have not fully understood the method. If sombedy replies, I ll explain my doubts in detail Thanks,

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