# [cig-commits] r13278 - doc/snac

sue at geodynamics.org sue at geodynamics.org
Mon Nov 10 11:01:23 PST 2008

Author: sue
Date: 2008-11-10 11:01:23 -0800 (Mon, 10 Nov 2008)
New Revision: 13278

Modified:
doc/snac/snac.lyx
Log:
fixed typos

Modified: doc/snac/snac.lyx
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--- doc/snac/snac.lyx	2008-11-10 17:43:22 UTC (rev 13277)
+++ doc/snac/snac.lyx	2008-11-10 19:01:23 UTC (rev 13278)
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
\lyxformat 276
\begin_document
@@ -1388,7 +1388,7 @@

\begin_layout Standard
Remeshing becomes necessary in SNAC when continued deformation distorts
- a mesh so severely that the accuracy of solutions are deteriorated.
+ a mesh so severely that the accuracy of solutions is deteriorated.
In SNAC, remeshing is done by moving the nodes back to their original positions
, under the constraint that physically meaningful features such as top and
bottom topography are conserved.
@@ -1446,18 +1446,11 @@

\end_inset

-(b) shows that remeshing can not only generate a more regular mesh but also
- change the bottom boundary of the domain.
- Although useful in some cases, this
-\begin_inset Quotes sld
-\end_inset
-
-boundary restoring
-\begin_inset Quotes srd
-\end_inset
-
- technique should be used with caution because it also creates unmappable
- regions and thus requires to assume the state and properties of material.
+(b) shows that remeshing cannot only generate a more regular mesh but also
+ changes the bottom boundary of the domain.
+ Although useful in some cases, this boundary restoring'' technique should
+ be used with caution because it also creates unmappable regions and thus
+ requires us to assume the state and properties of material.
SNAC keeps the deformed boundary by default.
\end_layout