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Old   June 30, 2010, 07:10
Default Core Spreading in Vortex Methods
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I want to know whether Core Spreading in Vortex Methods approximates incompressible N-S correctly? if NOT (I believe it is NOT as proven by C. Greengard 1985), why the implementation of Core Spreading with RBF ( , ) was successful? is there any clue?
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