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    Use of "because of existing"

    Is use of "because of existing" in the following sentences correct grammatically and conceptually? If it is not , kindly suggest ways to make it clearer. "particularly at low flow coefficients." is related to blade-to-blade boundary layer interaction.

    Because of occurring wake and separation near to TE, a fine mesh is generated in this region. For this reason, it also should be generated a fine mesh in LE because of existing periodic condition in the circumferential direction, stagnation point near to the leading edge at pressure surface of the blade, and blade-to-blade boundary layer interaction, particularly at low flow coefficients.



    Last edited by ali_dd; 22-Nov-2016 at 02:34.

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    Re: Use of "because of existing"

    I am a scientific guy and would like to help you. But I need to know what you mean by TE?

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    Re: Use of "because of existing"

    Quote Originally Posted by probus View Post
    I am a scientific guy and would like to help you. But I need to know what you mean by TE?
    TE=trailing edge
    LE=leading edge

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    #4

    Re: Use of "because of existing"

    '(a/the) existing condition' is a condition that already exists. 'Existing' is an adjective here.

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    Re: Use of "because of existing"

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    '(a/the) existing condition' is a condition that already exists. 'Existing' is an adjective here.
    Is it work here?

    other is OK?

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    Re: Use of "because of existing"

    Quote Originally Posted by ali_dd View Post
    Is Does it work here?

    Is the other/another is OK?
    If it didn't work, Piscean would have said so. What did you mean by "other is OK?"
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Use of "because of existing"

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    If it didn't work, Piscean would have said so. What did you mean by "other is OK?"
    Thanks.

    My meaning is :

    1. " For this reason, it also should be generated a fine mesh in LE because of existing periodic condition in the circumferential direction, stagnation point near to the leading edge at pressure surface of the blade, and blade-to-blade boundary layer interaction, particularly at low flow coefficients." creates sense?

    2. "particularly at low flow coefficients." is related to blade-to-blade boundary layer interaction in this sentence?

    3. Is not this sentence long? Is there any problem in this case?



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    Re: Use of "because of existing"

    Ali_dd, this is the third time I have had to delete a post from you that is simply "bumping" your own thread. Please stop posting them. We help on this forum in our free time, as volunteers. We get to posts when we get to them, not on someone else's timescale.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Use of "because of existing"

    Next time, we might well delete your thread, as well as your bump.

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