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Old   February 4, 2009, 11:19
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Hi Everybody,

Sorry for bothering you all, but, I have a doubt on the representation some terms.

In particular, when considering the term (grad(U)+Transpose(grad(U)))*StressTensor, where * represents the internal product, I should consider them as source terms and dicretize accordingly? How should I represent this term?

Can anyone help me out? Thanks is advance,

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