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. P. , Witherspoon P. A. Finite element method analyzing steady seepage with a free surface , Water Resources Research , Vol. 6 , No. 3 , 1970 , pp. 889 - 897 . [22

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, Washington, DC. , pp. 23 – 28 . Wang , H.F. , M.P. Anderson 1982 : Introduction to Groundwater Modeling. Finite Difference and Finite Element Methods . — WH Freeman and Co

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In 1,118 Baosteel-university articles the top three frequently occuring keywords are “finite element OR finite element method (frequency 45)”, “mathematical model (frequency 31)” and “mathematical simulation (frequency 30)”. While in the 1,106 non

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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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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: A. Nyéki, G. Milics, A.J. Kovács and M. Neményi

.M. , Neményi , M. 1999 b. Tillage tool design by the finite element methods: Part 1 . Finite element modelling of soil plastic behaviour. J. Agric. Eng. Res. 72 : 37 – 51

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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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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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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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, 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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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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