## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2002 - Arctic regions |

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Among the major techniques for numerically analyzing continuous

finite difference method is most early ... or partial differential operators appearing

in a mathematical term in discretizing an engineering or scientific

Among the major techniques for numerically analyzing continuous

**problems**,finite difference method is most early ... or partial differential operators appearing

in a mathematical term in discretizing an engineering or scientific

**problem**.Page 370

Thus in solving a

discrete point which is not a node . If a point used for defining discrete

fundamental relations is also a node , it is not necessary that the number of

discrete ...

Thus in solving a

**problem**, a discrete fundamental relation can be defined at adiscrete point which is not a node . If a point used for defining discrete

fundamental relations is also a node , it is not necessary that the number of

discrete ...

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However , in order to solve the

configuration , elements connected to or near the analysis domain boundary

might need to be irregular . The mapping technique can be used to develop

irregular ...

However , in order to solve the

**problem**having an arbitrary analysis domainconfiguration , elements connected to or near the analysis domain boundary

might need to be irregular . The mapping technique can be used to develop

irregular ...

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