... A **finite** **element** model was used to study sound insulation of solid heavyweight walls and lightweight cavity walls, for varying room volumes, shape and construction ...

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... The outline of the paper is as follows. In Sect. 2, we introduce the basic geometric and physical assumptions to settle the vibration problem for a Timoshenko rod of arbitrary geometry. The resulting spectral problem is ...

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... In recent years considerable effort has gone into the design and study of efficient numerical methods to solve (1.1). The new proposed algorithms apply and combine different techniques, which include Uzawa’s schemes, ...

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... **Finite** **element** methods are currently being applied to solve many mechanical problems. It allows to analyse the crane structure stress, forces, accelerations,... so as to verify that it has been correctly ...

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... The **finite** **element** method was first used more than twenty five years ago [l] in the solving of a structural ...and **finite** prisms, etc.), as the well known boundary **element** method, are just ...

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... This report is organized as follows. In the first chapter the wave scattering problem in elastody- namics is reviewed in differential and integral form. The formulation used by Bielak & Christiano (1984) in terms of ...

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... This work presents a **finite** **element** study of the Debye memory in piezoelectric devices. This memory dependency is due to the spontaneous polarization of the electric dipoles and it can be understood as a ...

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... the **Finite** **Element** Model to a semi-real case on the diffusion of PV in a particular area in southern ...a **Finite** **Element** Model to the case of diffusion of hybrid cars in ...

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... In the manufacturing industry, inspection procedures are becoming more common every day. This task constists on measuring how much difference ex- ists between the original-ideal object specified by the designer, and the ...

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... order **finite** method introduced by Raviart and Thomas has been applied in Bermúdez et al [3] to the case of porous media with rigid skeleton to solve, in particular, the response problem when using both a Darcy's ...

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... the **finite**-**element** framework adopted in this work, are the introduction of a-posteriori mesh refinement methods, where recent results in linear elasticity for mixed formulations with Neumann boundary ...

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... T h e types of e l e m e n t s which satisfy this c o n d i t i o n a r e referred to in the l i t e r a t u r e as c o n f o r m i n g or c o m p a t i b l e elements. H o w e v e r , it has been s h o w n in References ...

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... As a first approximation for 2D case, Eq. (17) can be solved as an infinite waveguide where the refraction index is supposed constant along the propagation axis ( z -direction). Here, the electric field can be computed ...

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... Abstract: Two ﬁnite **element** methods for the numerical computation of ﬂuid- structure vibration problems are considered. They are applied to two formulations based on diﬀerent variables to describe the ﬂuid: ...

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... the **element**, as well as the values, at the beginning of the current increment, of the solution-dependent state variables associated with the ...this **element** and a control flag array indicating which ...

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... Deformable Image Registration (DIR) is a powerful computational method for image analysis, with promising applications in the diagnosis of human disease. Despite being widely used in the medical imaging community, the ...

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... Figure 7 shows the sectional shape and dimensions of Hojobo’s Doza. Though the real Doza shape is circular, the FEM-simulated shape was configured with quadrilateral factors (See Fig. 1) on condition that the area of ...

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... Advanced **finite** **element** techniques are combined with particle techniques and artificial neural networks in the framework of the Kratos Multiphysics for reaching the optimal solution procedure for any of the ...

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... Analytical solutions of the Helmholtz equation can only be obtained for very simple enclosure geometries. So, to be able to accurately calculate the sound field in arbitrary shaped enclosures, one has to resort to ...

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... the **finite** **element** method, the first step to construct a meshless method is the generation of a local approximation to the solution in terms of the nodal ...Diffuse **Element** Method and the ...

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