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    extends more of<...>

    According the uploaded picture, Is use of "more of" in the following sentence correct grammatically and conceptually? If it is not , kindly suggest ways to make it clearer. The sentence is about the turbine. My meaning is : tip leakage vortex exceeds mid-span and go under mid-span(between hub and mid-span). It affects fluid flow around of blade under mid-span! this influence is bad phenomena.


    The tip leakage vortex in the CTB extends more of mid-span and mid-cord of the blade suction surface.

    CTB=Constant thickness blade


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    Re: extends more of<...>

    Ungrammatical and unintelligible. Makes no sense at all, even in scientific jargon.

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    Re: extends more of<...>

    Have you any suggestion?

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