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Grid new release bargains with using grids (meshes) within the numerical resolution of partial differential equations via finite parts, finite quantity, finite ameliorations and boundary components. Grid iteration is utilized within the aerospace, mechanical engineering and clinical computing fields. This publication provides new study within the box.

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Another disadvantage of [6] is the law rate of convergence of the iterative procedure. As was noted in [3], this disadvantage manifests itself most explicitly in computing time­ dependent problems with moving boundaries,when a grid must be generated at each time step, and a reasonable limit has to be imposed on the number of steps in an iterative grid generation cycle. On · the other hand, the inner nodes of a substantially "underiterated" grid tend to lag behind the motion of flow boundaries. Very large cells may be generated near some boundary segments, in which case the numerical accuracy deteriorates.

Then, a rectangular grid be generated. Normally, this grid is best suited for such a domain. 1) = min only when the nodes are distributed uniformly along the all domain boundaries. 5) as follows. One can consider the grid G as two families �rf,j = (Xi+ l ,j - Xi,j , Yi+ l ,j - Yi,j ), �rL = ( Xi ,j +1 - Xi,j , Yi,j+1 - Yi,j ) . Introduce two families of the parameters of the method ll1,j and d1 ,j having the meaning of the desirable length of the corresponding vector. The parameters of the boundary lines cPo ,j ' of vectors £liN,j ' d{o and d{ M are computed.

The dots in Fig. 3a correspond to the comer nodes ( O, 0 ) , ( O, M) , (N, 0 ) , and (N, M ) . Boundary nodes are distributed uniformly along each of four boundaries, and the lengths of segments lying on the left, right and bot­ tom boundaries are equal. Thus, the difference between 1 and 1( 6 ) is due only to the top boundary. By this reason, the difference between the grids obtained by minimization of the functions 1 and 1( 6 ) near the protrusion located far from the top boundary is insignificant, and the fragment of the grid shown in Fig.

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