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APPENDIX B
Mathematical Basis of CVLGrid

As mentioned previously, the Laplace equations are used by CVLGrid for grid generation. Therefore the family of orthogonal curves in a physical domain must be determined:
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in which Ω is the physical domain with the closed boundary Г. Since this domain is not rectangular, the equations are converted into the logical domain D of the rectangle. The family of orthogonal curves must then be determined:
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So that they satisfy the Laplace equations in the logical domain D:
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with the boundary conditions on four sides of rectangle D:
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Figure 1 Sketches of physical and logical domains