I am wondering what is the difference between using particles as in (1) and (2) in terms of meaning.
(1) We need to revise the plans devised.
(2) We need to revise the devised plans.
There are some other examples same above, I don't know what we call them grammatically; for examples available in:
there are some planes available.
which is equivalent to (if so):
there are some available plans.
What I have made out is sometimes the adjective is a phrase which would not be able to precede the noun it modifies. for example in:
We need to revise the plans devised for this kind of problems.
But is there really any subtle semantic difference between this kind of expressions?