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Old   March 18, 2004, 14:22
Default Discrete Point Symmetry tech.
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Discrete Point Symmetry technology

This is another ridiculous application to CFD, to me. How can a symmetry be a "point" (imply: infinitesimal) symmetry and at the same time a "discrete" symmetry? Lets see what you know about this.

ps: for those who are foreigner to this field, such symmetries are being searched and used (if found) to reduce mesh sizes & numbers in cfd discretization.

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Old   March 23, 2004, 02:30
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For how long are you going to talk trash ?? I have strong doubts about your CFD capabilities.

You remind me of Le Pen (a French politician from the right wing) who keeps on complaining on others choices but never come with any idea to impove political issues. So please stop telling us we are just a branch of idiots who don't get a clue in fluid mechanics and explain us how YOU can solve the issues. I would be more than happy to share new ideas with you.

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