**From:** Kamilla Kopec (*ozero22_at_yahoo.co.uk*)

**Date:** Wed Feb 27 2008 - 10:05:47 CST

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Hi,

I am trying to decide on the correct PME grid size for my calculation. The cell basis vectors are:

82.2 79.18 78.37

Assuming that only numbers with prime factors 2,3 and 5 are ok, I'm thinking of using 90, 80, 80. Is it ok to deviate so far from the cell basis vector??

Kamilla

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