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\leftline{\bf Review}
\leftline{Pat Q.\ Student}
\leftline{AE 360}
\leftline{23 January 1997}
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In their recent article,
Smith, et al.\hspace{-2mm}
\footnote{Smith, J.\ J., Jones, M.\ J., and Brown, K.\ K.,
1996,
``Improved Combustors for High Speed Propulsion,''
{\em Aviation Week and Space Technology}, Vol.\ 123 , No.\ 4,
pp.\ 123-456.}
describe a novel and efficient method for...
The physical problem of interest is .... The problem has application
in the fields of....
They introduce the important equation
\begin{equation}
{\partial c_i \over \partial t} + {\bf u} \cdot \nabla c_i
-{1 \over \rho} \nabla \cdot \rho D_i \nabla c_i
= \sum_{j=1}^r \nu_{ij} w_j.
\end{equation}
In this equation $t$ represents time, $c_i$ the molar concentration of the species $i$,
$\bf u$ the velocity vector, $\rho$ the density, $D_i$ the diffusivity of species
$i$, $\nu_{ij}$ the matrix of stoichiometric coefficients, and $w_j$ the reaction
rate of the $j$th reaction.
The typical method
of solving this problem is to.....In many cases this is deficient because....
Hence a new method is proposed which....
The conclude that...
The article is generally well written....
A small deficiency is seen in that...
Nevertheless the strength of
this paper is its clarity in.....and novelty in.....Those who are interested
in problems in the related fields of.... would find this paper to be useful.
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