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    Use of "discrepancy"

    Hi,

    According the following figures
    , Is use of "discrepancy" in the following sentences correct grammatically and conceptually? If it is not , kindly suggest ways to make it clearer.

    The numerical results(1) and present work(2) have lower discrepancy with experimental result(3) than numerical result of Shaaban and Hafiz at high flow coefficients(approximately in U star greater than 0.225).
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    Present work(2) has lower discrepancy with experimental result(3) than numerical result of Shaaban and Hafiz at high flow coefficients(approximately in U star greater than 0.225).
    Explanations:

    (1) Torressi 2004-Torresi 2008
    (2) Present CFX result
    (3) Exp, Curran and Gato 1997


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    Re: Use of "discrepancy"

    I am not sure what you mean by "lower discrepancy". Perhaps additional context would help.

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