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fem

A slang term for the passive female in a lesbian dyad.
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The CFD, no fluid flow cases are included in order to verify that the CFD and FEM programs produce consistent results.
According to an yBB statement, the Fem prep school signs were removed from the building due to a violation of municipal advertising regulations and that all improper signs in the municipality will be removed.
Finally elastic displacements for each structural element, corresponding to various structures design, were calculated using FEM (Tab.
Fixed-Bridge-Reconnaissance/Bridge-Construction FEM.
The measurement devices for the pressure test of the improved tank T2 were placed exactly in the areas where local and global maximum were revealed by the FEM analysis.
All students, parents and teachers who are wronged by the decision to shut down the [Hakkari branch of] the FEM prep school will file a claim for damages [against the Hakkari Governor's Office]," he said.
c] can be determined from experiment on static testing of perforated beam or using results of numerical calculation of beam by FEM.
Results are compared between FEM AutoForm [20] simulations for different material models and the experimental measurements of twist springback.
Such calculations are covered in over thirty-five examples of applications that balance theory with real-world considerations, with chapters showing how the FEM method has become a common engineering tool.
Readers are assumed to be practicing engineers with an understanding of the FEM at the level of the first volume, to which this one often refers.
The difference between the results obtained by the FEM and those obtained by carrying out the experiments is reduced by model updating.
A newly revised point model verified by 3D FEM has been proposed to overcome singularity of a previous point model The computational accuracy and efficiency of the surface model the circular line model and the revised point model has been compared.