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Old   June 16, 2015, 14:52
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I think that we found the bug in the forums and I hope that now LaTeX rendering should work on the forums. We are still having problems with LaTeX on CFD Wiki though.
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\dot{q}={\left.k\frac{\partial{}T}{\partial{}n}\ri ght]}_g-{\left.k\frac{\partial{}T}{\partial{}n}\right]}_l

If the expressions aren't inserted in the math math , latex results will be Regretfully.
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In the liquid gas interface

\dot{q}={\left.k\frac{\partial{}T}{\partial{}n}\right]}_g-{\left.k\frac{\partial{}T}{\partial{}n}\right]}_l   \ \ \ \ (eq.4)

u_{g,n}-u_{l,n}=\dot{m\ \ \ }(\frac{1}{{\rho{}}_g}-\frac{1}{{\rho{}}_l})\ \ \ \
\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ (eq.2)
\dot{m}=\ -\frac{K}{L}\frac{\partial{}T}{\partial{}n}\ \ \ \ \

or\ \ \ \ \ \ \dot{m}=\
\frac{D_v{\rho{}}_g}{1-Y_v}\frac{\partial{}Y_v}{\partial{}n}\ \ \ \ \

\ \ \ \ \ \ or\ in\ some\ resources\ \ \ \ \ \ \dot{m}=\
\frac{D_v{\rho{}}_g}{1-Y_v}\frac{\partial{}Y_v}{\partial{}n}-\frac{K}{L}\frac{\partial{}T}{\partial{}n}\
\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ (eq.3)

\left[[-\rho{}\textbf{U}\textbf{U}-p\textbf{n}+\mu{}(\nabla{}\textbf{U}+\nabla{}\textbf{U}^T)\right]]=\ \sigma{}\kappa{}\textbf{n}\ \ \
\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ (eq.1)


P_{v,sat}=\frac{P_c{*T}_c}{T}*
\left[a*{\left(1-\frac{T}{T_c}\right)}^{1.5}+b*{\left(1-\frac{T}{T_c}\right)}^3+c*{\left(1-\frac{T}{T_c}\right)}^3+d*{\left(1-\frac{T}{T_c}\right)}^6\right]\
\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \
\ \ \ \left(eq.5\right)\ in\ which,P_c\ \ \ and\ T_c\
are\ critical\ presure\ \&\ temperature,\ respectively.

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Old   May 26, 2018, 11:36
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Hi all,

Is it possible to use bold fonts in the Latex

Thanks for any answer.
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Yes, google "latex bold equation" and you will find a lot of information. There are several LaTeX commands that you can use, like \textbf{foo} \mathbf{bar} and \boldsymbol{\alpha}}
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Dear jola

Thanks a lot for your kind attentions and replies.

Surely, I will google "latex bold equation" or "how to bold the font at LATEX programing texts" and probably I'll represent the result at the forum.

All the best
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Dear jola

Thanks a lot for your kind attentions and replies.

Surely, I will google "latex bold equation" or "how to bold the font at LATEX programing texts" and probably I'll represent the result at the forum.

All the best

Following relation is an example for making bold the fonts in math expressions:


\left[[-\rho{}\textbf{U}\textbf{U}-p\textbf{n}+\mu{}(\nabla{}\textbf{U}+\nabla{}\textbf{U}^T)\right]]=\ \sigma{}\kappa{}\textbf{n}\ \ \
\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ (eq.1)

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a = \sqrt{\gamma R T} test
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