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Old   October 5, 2011, 03:58
Default moving mesh or mesh less?
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Hello all
I'm in the start of defining a Msc project about modeling of falling ball
and till now I understood I have two way for modeling:
moving mesh or mesh less
any body can help me about comparing there and their power for modeling such a problem? any book or paper is useful?
I know this is a general question, anyway I will appreciate any comment
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