Deep Space: The Interplanetary Supplement for Cyberpunk 2020 by Chris Young, Scott Hedrick

By Chris Young, Scott Hedrick

The timeline has been prolonged to 2025 because the first generations of Highriders fight for freedom from groundsider keep watch over. Lunar colonies are the norm and the skies are crowded with businesses jockeying for place in this new financial frontier. while, executive and personal company take their first steps on Mars and into the Belt, looking for wisdom and assets.

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Com, ISSN 1743-355X (on-line) Boundary Elements and Other Mesh Reduction Methods XXXII 43 where t+tu’2 and tu2 are the velocities at time (t+t) and time (t) in the vertical direction, respectively. The second term (gt) of the right-hand side of Equation (2) means that the DO concentration increases the velocity of the vertical direction, and describes the density of the liquid that dissolves DO. Here, the velocity increase is caused by the liquid density , the gravity acceleration g, and the time increment t.

This non-physical behaviour of turbulent field functions can be also caused by a inadequate modelling of the source terms for k and . In many cases, the problem can be overcome by the clipping procedure in which negative values are replaced by small positive values. Further, due to very sensitive nature of the k and transport equations, it is of main importance to establish stable solution procedure. Generally, Picard or simple under-relaxation iteration technique should be applied in order to solve these coupled equations.

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