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Recent advances in high resolution vortex methods for incompressible flows

Bibliographic reference Leonard, A. ; Shiels, D. ; Salmon, J.K. ; Winckelmans, Grégoire ; Ploumhans, P.. Recent advances in high resolution vortex methods for incompressible flows.AIAA 13th Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference, Fluid Dynamics and Co-located Conference (Snowmass Village, CO, du 29/06/1997 au 02/07/1997).
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