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These techniques were in use by industry within a couple of years after their presentation. On the other hand, the transfer of technology to industry for methods for solving the Navier-Stokes equations has been exceedingly slow. The main reasons for this hesitation by industry is the higher computer expense in running Navier-Stokes code~, the lack of confi- 24 dence in the turbulence modeling, and the large investment by industry in inviscid flow codes plus boundary layer interaction programs. Until fairly recently, potential flow plus boundary layer equation solution techniques performed as well as or better than the more expensive Navier-Stokes plus turbulence modeling procedures for industrial use.
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