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    related to

    Hi,


    I am answering the comments of reviewer of our paper. The following sentences are a parts of this answer.

    Are the following sentences correct grammatically? Is it possible that these sentences are wrote better?


    *Regarding the mentioned paper, 3 D computational results related to Wells turbine have massive separation that it(e.g massive separation) causes RANS simulation fails to predict massively separated turbulent flow while 2 D computational results related to Wells turbine have not massive separation with respect to 3 D computational results. Therefore, it causes simulation doesn't fails to predict flow and it covers wide range of angles of attack in the mentioned paper[22].

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    Ali
    Last edited by ali_dd; 24-Oct-2015 at 23:28.

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    Re: related to

    Quote Originally Posted by ali_dd View Post
    Hi,


    I am answering the comments of a reviewer of our paper. The following sentences are a parts of this answer.

    Are the following sentences correct grammatically? Is it possible that these sentences could be written better?


    *Regarding the mentioned paper, 3 D computational results related to Wells turbine have massive separation that it(e.g massive separation) causes RANS simulation fails to predict massively separated turbulent flow while 2 D computational results related to Wells turbine have not massive separation with respect to 3 D computational results. Therefore, it causes simulation doesn't fails to predict flow and it covers a wide range of angles of attack in the mentioned paper[22].

    Thanks.

    Best.

    Ali
    It is easier to make suggestions/corrections if you understand what you are reading. However, I have made some suggestions (in red). "Therefore, it causes simulation doesn't fails to predict flow" doesn't seem grammatical to me.

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