## Finite elements in fluids, Volume 3 |

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### Contents

Hie Finite Element Method and Convection Problems in Fluid | 1 |

2 Steady and Unsteady Finite Element Analysis of Incompressible | 23 |

4 Primitive Variables versus Stream Function Finite Element | 73 |

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