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vibrational modes of C 60 and C 70 via finite element method . Eur J Mech A-Solid 28 : 948 – 954 10.1016/j.euromechsol.2009.02.006 . 20. Fang , Q , He , G , Cai , WP et al. 2004

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, P , DeBiccardi , A 1997 Prediction of welding distortion . Weld J 4 : 172 – 181 . 23. Nedjar , B 2002 An enthalpy-based finite element method for nonlinear

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, the inertia and independent Degree of Freedom (DoF) of the suspending chains are also considered. Finite Element Method (FEM) is well applicable for the formulation of nonlinear and linear static and dynamic problems [ 8 ], [ 9 ]. The suspending chain

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Ivan Baláž, Yvonna Koleková, Lýdia Moroczová, and Antonio Agüero

discrete models of battened and laced built-up columns may be found in [ 5–7 ]. 5 Results of the part of the parametrical study of the FEM models The results of Finite Element Method (FEM) investigation of the special steel built-up column consisting of

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simulation has been widely used [ 10–18 ]. In this study, the prediction of residual stresses in a dissimilar pipe weld joint made of E355K2 and P460NH_1 is studied by using 2-D finite element method. The simulation hardness of the weld joint is used to

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methods (FDM) and finite element methods (FEM) play an important role in solving engineering problems in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and computational solid mechanics (CSM) [ 14 ]. While each method has its advantages and disadvantages

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this paper is modeling and simulating the closing process of a plastic box buckle using nonlinear Finite Element Method (FEM), then to compare the results obtained via an industrial robot. An intelligent end-effector has been developed, which contains a

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Element Method (FEM), and for that, the ANSYS 2019 R1 Code was used. The boundary condition the following fixed support was at one end of the beam, and on the other end, the load was applied was a frictionless support. This load always was moment type load

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expansion has not been considered. 2.3 Numerical model 2.3.1 Model description Buckling capacities of steel beam-column members were calculated by finite element method, using four-node shell elements S4R (with reduced integration to avoid shear and membrane

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Hardin-Drnevich model Figure 2 shows how both models predict the shear modulus in the Finite Element Method (FEM) calculations on Midas. The Ramberg-Osgood shear modulus degradation curve

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