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. The finite element method in magnetics , Budapest , Akadémiai Kiadó , 2008 . [4] Bastos J. P. A. , Sadowski N

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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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I. Babuska B. K. Chayapathy 1989 Stress Computation for Nearly Incompressible Materials by the p-version of the Finite Element Method

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Nondestructive Evaluation , Edited by J. Pávó, Vol. V, IOS Press, 2001, pp. 67–74. Kuczmann M., Iványi A., The finite element method in magnetics, Akadémiai Kiadó , Budapest, 2008. Bíró O. CAD in

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reinforced concrete plates with central rectangular hole using finite element method , Mat. Desg. Vol. 30 , No. 6 , 2009 , pp. 2243 – 2249 . [8] Shlack A. L

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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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–186. Bojtár I., Gáspár Zs. Finite element method for civil engineers , (in Hungarian) Budapest, TERC Ltd, 2003. Gáspár Zs. Finite element method for civil

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methods of rails that are based on ultrasonic wave propagation were widely used [ 6 ]. The SAFE approach to determine the dispersive curves is to discretize the domain cross-section by the finite element method, in a two-dimensional problem (2D). In the

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-Parsi M. , Daneshmand F. Three-dimensional smoothed fixed grid finite element method for the solution of unconfined seepage problems , Finite Elements in Analysis and Design , Vol. 64 , 2013 , pp. 24 – 35

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Buckling analysis of axially compressed cylindrical shells having one or two localized initial geometric imperfections was performed by using the finite element method. The imperfections of entering triangular form were assumed to be positioned symmetrically at the mid shell length. The buckling load was assessed in terms of shell aspect ratios, imperfection amplitude and wavelength, and the distance separating the imperfections. The obtained results have shown that amplitude and wavelength have major effects, particularly for short and thin shells. Two interacting imperfections were found to be more severe than a single imperfection, but the distance separating them has small influence.

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