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    ali_dd is offline Member
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    strong

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

    But, the LES simulation is a good suggestion and is our future research. For this purpose, we are preparing a CFD laboratory with strong hardware.

    My meaning of "strong hardware" is "computers with high RAM and CPU".

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    GoesStation is offline Moderator
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    Re: strong

    "Strong" doesn't work. You could say robust hardware, but that's a vague description. Unless space is really at a premium, why not spell it out as you did in the sentence you put in a quote?
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    Re: strong

    I see you have asked the same question here.

    I was going to close this thread to save any more of our members' time, but I'm still waiting for an answer to Piscean's question.

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