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Girault & Raviart [32J) published in by SpringerVerlag in its series: Finite Element Methods for NavierStokes Equations. Theory and Algorithms. Finite Element Methods for NavierStokes Equations: Theory and Algorithms A p version two level spline method for 2D NavierStokes equations, Computers Authors  Cited By. Girault, V.; Raviart, P.‐A., Finite Element Methods for Navier‐Stokes Equations. Theory and Algorithms. Berlin‐Heidelberg‐New X, S., 21 Abb., DM,–. ISBN 3‐‐‐4 (Springer Series in Computational Mathematics 5). J. Förste.
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