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  1. Dear Morten, Thanks for your kind answer. I will think a little more about it. Thanks also for the later reference, which I had not seen. I have just downloaded it and will read it with interest. Cheers, Paul.
  2. Hi, I am new to CFD, and trying to understand. I am reading the nice review of the mathematics behind LINCOM at: RIS_R_900.pdf. I take Eqs. (8) and (9) with the substitution (10), and we clearly have 4 equations in 4 unknowns. Very good. We expand according to (11) and (12). Here I understand that we have doubled the number of unknowns to 8. But some magic (presumably Reynolds averaging) gives the extra equations (13)-(15), which seem to be 5 equations, probably with some redundancy. So let us say 4, and we still have enough constrains. Still good. At this point, however, I notice that Eq. (1
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