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    Detection of

    Is use of "Detection" in the following sentence correct grammatically and conceptually? If it is not, kindly suggest ways to make it clearer. Here, the figures (Fig. 17(c) and 18(c)) are not important. My meaning of "detection" is finding a critical region around the blade


    In this paper, the useful information of the entropy generation analysis are as follows:


    1.Detection of advantageous effect of entropy generation in the deep stall condition (please see Fig. 17(c) and 18(c)).
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    Re: Detection of

    How about information for instead of information of? And I think you need an article before advantageous.

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    Re: Detection of

    Good point- from is better.

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