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Is use of "along" in the following sentences correct grammatically and conceptually? If it is not , kindly suggest ways to make it clearer.

The interaction between leakage flow and suction surface is substantially reduced by optimizing the blade thickness along the height of blade in proposed design.

  • We can't proofread and suggest improvements. If you have a replacement for achieved in mind, use the edit key to add that to your question and ask specifically about it. – P. E. Dant Nov 3 '16 at 22:29
  • P. E. Dant, I think that above sentences are not good. I correct as follows: The interaction between leakage flow and suction surface is substantially reduced by optimizing the blade thickness along the height of blade in proposed design. Is it OK? Thanks, – user19061 Nov 3 '16 at 22:33
  • Use the edit link to add to your question and ask a specific question about a word or usage. Without that change, the question requires proofreading, which is off-topic here. – P. E. Dant Nov 3 '16 at 22:36
  • No: your corrected sentence still has deficiencies that have nothing to do with the preposition, although it is used appropriately. – P. E. Dant Nov 4 '16 at 3:37

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