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The Courant number is defined as: |
The Courant number is defined as: |

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\begin{equation} |
\begin{equation} |

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C = \frac{v \delta t}{h}. |
C = \frac{v \delta t}{h} |

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\label{COURANT} |
\label{COURANT} |

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\end{equation} |
\end{equation} |

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needs to be applied to make sure that the discretized problem has a unique |
needs to be applied to make sure that the discretized problem has a unique |

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solution, see~\cite{LBB} for details\footnote{Alternatively, one can use |
solution, see~\cite{LBB} for details\footnote{Alternatively, one can use |

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second order elements for the velocity and first order elements for pressure |
second order elements for the velocity and first order elements for pressure |

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on the same element. You may use \code{order=2} in \class{esys.finley.Rectangle}.}. |
on the same element. You can set \code{order=2} in \class{esys.finley.Rectangle}.}. |

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The fact that pressure and velocity are represented in different ways is |
The fact that pressure and velocity are represented in different ways is |

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expressed by |
expressed by |

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\begin{python} |
\begin{python} |