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isograph

[′ī·sə‚graph]
(electronics)
An electronic calculator that ascertains both real and imaginary roots for algebraic equations.
(graphic arts)
An instrument combining the functions of a protractor and a set square and comprising two short straightedges connected by a large circular joint with an angular-degree scale.
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Near the cutting edge we have generate finer mesh of the contour and we have concentrated dense number of internal points to have representative results in isographs. We applied the boundary conditions similar to the previous case.