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June 30th, 2017, 01:06 PM   #1
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A Examples of application of transversality of submaniflds

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I am a PhD student, I work on transversal submanifolds. I want to know if someone has an example of application of transversality in physics or ingenning or in any other area, I hear that there is an application in construction of plans but I didn't find it.
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Hi,
I am a PhD student, I work on transversal submanifolds. I want to know if someone has an example of application of transversality in physics or ingenning or in any other area, I hear that there is an application in construction of plans but I didn't find it.
Thank you in advance.
Most of us are not at that level here. You might try math.stackexchange.com or even mathoverflow.com if this is a research-level question.

On the other hand if you'd like to give us some background by explaining the context of the question, many of us would be glad to learn about this topic.
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