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Numerical Implementation in Two-Dimensions There are several important numerical issues that must be addressed prior to implementing FDM on the computer. Such questions as how to terminate the grid away from the region of interest and which form of the FDM algorithm to choose must be answered first. The following discussion provides some simple answers, postponing the more detailed treatment until later. where nˆ is the unit vector, normal to SU and pointing out of it. j hi – 1 hi VU SU hj i hj – 1 Figure 3.
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