### Table 2. Eigenvalues of the e ective conductivity tensor, ( e )1 and ( e )2, for a square array of anisotropic discs at area fraction 0.785. The discs have principal conductivities 1 = 100 and 2 = 10. The eigenvector corresponding to 1 forms an angle with the x-axis. The conductivity of the surrounding medium is 3 = 1. The rotations vary. Computations are done via (4.9).

### Table 1. Components of the e ective conductivity tensor, ( e )11 and ( e )22, for a square array of anisotropic discs at area fraction 0.785, as computed from (3.8-3.11). The discs have principal conductivities 1 and 2. The eigenvector corresponding to 1 is parallel to the x-axis. The conduc- tivity of the surrounding medium is 3. The number of non-zero Fourier terms in the expansion of (2.19) varied from N = 150 to N = 300. 1 2 3 ( e )11 ( e )22

### Table II. Errors for an anisotropic motion.

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### Table 3.3 Anisotropic problems.

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### Table 5: Parameters setting for anisotropic di usion

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### TABLE II SUMMARY OF THE OPTIMUM VALUES FOR ANISOTROPIC DIFFUSION

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### (Table 7). Cycles Isotropic MG Anisotropic MG

### Table 4 Convergence of anisotropic tip speeds

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### Table 4. Parameters with bridges, tunnels and anisotropic slopes.

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