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    2. Nicholas says:

      Hello there,
      My name is Nicholas Tsagarakis and I am currently a student at Music Technology and Acoustics department in Greece.
      I would like – if it is possible, to have the permission to use a picture from your blog, in my thesis’ presentation.
      The picture is this one http://afinemesh.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/caedium5-poly-mesh.png
      If it is a problem for you, please do not hesitate to refuse.

      Thanks a lot,

    3. John Chawner says:

      Nicholas: Please contact the true owner of the image. http://www.symscape.com/blog/caedium-v5-sneak-peek-polyhedral-meshes-improve-cfd

      I’m curious: why is a music technology student interested in polyhedral meshes?

    4. Nicholas says:

      Hello again,
      Interesting question. That is actually because the subject of my thesis is about the Finite Element Method, in the field of Acoustics and Vibrations.

      Thanks a lot for you time,
      Nicholas T.

    5. John Chawner says:

      That sounds like an interesting topic. I’d like to learn more when you’re finished.

      • Nicholas says:

        I made some educational examples about vibrating solids, and mostly using eigenfrequency analysis. I suppose because of the “educational” topic, you wouldn’t have something to learn from that. However it happens to be in English (instead of Greek), so I will definately remember your request.

        Thanks again,
        Nicholas T.

    6. Nicholas says:

      Hello again. So this is my final thesis https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/55300291/TsagarakisNikolaos2014.pdf you could take a look or use it however you want.
      It’s separated in 3 parts, unfortunately the theoretical part is quite big because as I mentioned previously, it’s been written for educational causes mostly.

      Thanks again for your time,

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