The exact deflection at the free end, bending moment and shear force at the fIxed end
are given as 
In this study, we defined a fixed end
point in two ways: (1) allowing any claim initiating during the time frame to be included in the episode definition and (2) proration of the last claim in the time frame of the episode.
Minteer seems to equate Dewey's idea of intrinsic value with non-instrumental value, but 'intrinsic' here simply means that it emerges and functions within the situation rather than pre-exists outside the situation as a fixed end
The main difference is that it is a rolling league spread over years (necessitated due to the time taken to complete matches) with no fixed end
Authoritarian systems have a set goal, a fixed end
point whereas democracy is experimental.
CAPESIZE: Continuos spikes in the Pacific with rates upto USD 8 pmt for West Australia/China being fixed end
last week, however charters quickly managed to control the development and got rates down to 7.
This analysis shows similar dynamic geometry change, although the dynamic geometry is more complex due to fixed end
The device used a sealed bimetal element with one wire of an electrical circuit attached to a fixed end
, and the other wire connected to a small pool of mercury in a cup-like reservoir.
Concerning the mathematical model of the contact meshing gears we consider that the "contact line " between the two teeth involved in the meshing process is a segment with non fixed end
points, A and B.
It was arrived at by historians studying the texts of ancient tribe, the Mayans, whose calendar is said to come to a fixed end
on December 23, 2012, with many interpreting that to mean an end of the world.
The returns are also not guaranteed, while many of the products have a fixed end
The particular power of historicist thought in America, Watson argues, arose from the marriage of social Darwinism and pragmatism--a marriage that, when mediated by (among others) John Dewey, shaped mature Progressive thought and, by turns, the modern understanding of law as an eternally unfolding process without any fixed end