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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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-stirred fluid. Cho et al. [ 8 ] studied the effects of the material variation through the thickness in functionally graded composites on temperature gradient and resulting thermal stress to optimize and control thermal stress using the finite element method. It

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influencing the behavior of column. Li et al. [ 9 ] studied the behavior of restrained steel column in fire conditions. For this purpose, the axial and rotational restraints were applied. A Finite Element Method (FEM) model was built to simulate 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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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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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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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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information concerning whether or not excessive heat could be removed, or how the operating temperature can be controlled in an appropriate range [ 8 – 10 ]. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element methods (FEM) are recommended for the

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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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from Midas using 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 was calculated from Eq. (2), which matches

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