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. Sayyaf M. , M. Mahdavi , O.R. Barani , S. Feiznia , B. Motamedvaziri 2013 : Simulation of land subsidence using finite element method: Rafsanjan plain case study . — Natural Hazard , 72 , pp. 309 – 322

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autonomous trucks is significant only if more than 50% of autonomous trucks are used in existing human-driven truck traffic. 3D and 2D Finite Element Methods (FEMs) have been used to predict rutting of asphalt pavements. Sadeghnejad et al. [ 10 ] has used 2D

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helical gears by using finite element method ,” Proceedings of 2018 International Conference on Hydraulics and Pneumatics – HERVEX , ISSN 1454–8003 , Romania , 2018 , pp. 172 – 176 . [11] M. G. Khosroshahi and A. M. Fattahi , “ Three dimensional

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Andrej Šoltész, Dana Baroková, Zinaw Dingetu Shenga, and Michaela Červeňanská

finite element method [ 4 ]. It has capability to simulate both steady and transient groundwater flow in different aquifer systems [ 4 ]. It is designed to translate and process standard input data to input files of certain model codes [ 4 ]. As the

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here is organized as follows: In Section 2 , a description of the tower structure is presented. In Section 3 , the Finite Element Method FEM-simulations of the model are described. The numerical results of the study are discussed in Section 4

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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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, 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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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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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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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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