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• (1992)
Increases in both the performance requirements of electronic devices and the number of components per device suggest that component size and configuration must be strongly considered in the design process. The layout and ...

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• (1982)
An improved understanding of the structural behavior of concrete tunnel linings is obtained through a series of numerical analyses of the ground-lining interaction problem with emphasis on nonlinear lining behavior. A ...

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• (University of Illinois Engineering Experiment Station. College of Engineering. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1992-11)
The concentration of deformation into zones of intense shearing, known as shear bands, is a common phenomenon in inelastic deformation. The modeling of this phenomenon by the finite element method is hampered by a number ...

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The localization of deformation into zones of intense straining, known as shear bands, is a common phenomenon in inelastic deformation. The modeling of this phenomenon by the finite element method is hampered by a number ...

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• (1992)
A modified elastic-plastic finite element program was used to simulate fatigue crack growth and closure. The study has identified some of the factors that contribute to crack closure. It has provided an evaluation of stress, ...

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• (2015-12-09)
Microgroove features have been widely used in hot embossing molds, micro-heat exchangers, optical lithography masks, micro-forming dies, engineered surface textures, etc. The challenge of achieving such feature is the ...

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• (1970)

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• (1958)

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• (1978)

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• (1992)
This paper deals with finite groups, and has two parts. In part I J. L. Brenner and James Wielgold (I,3) defined a finite nonabelian group G as lying in $\Gamma\sb1\sp{(2)}$ (spread one-two) if for every 1 $\not=$ x $\in$ ...

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• (1974)

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• (University of Illinois Engineering Experiment Station. College of Engineering. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1969-12)

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• (1997)
The field of covariance structure modeling has included models for heterogeneous populations for some time (e.g., Muthen, 1989), but to date none have incorporated methods that allow for heterogeneity when the population ...

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• (2003)
Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulations of shear-dominated crack propagation by Abraham and Gao (2000) showed that there was finite crack opening when the crack propagated at a sub-Rayleigh speed while the crack opening became ...

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• (2016-04-21)
We study G-Higgs bundles over a Riemann surface which are fixed points of a roots of unity action. When G is complex we classify such fixed points and study certain lifting properties of the corresponding harmonic metric. ...

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• (2004)
Improved estimates of a survey population parameter can be obtained by using information about co-related auxiliary variable. There is a huge literature on such methods for estimating the mean. Here we explore some ...

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• (1967)

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• (Department of Physics. College of Engineering. Graduate College. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1973)
Landau Fermi liquid theory and microscopic theory are used to investigate finite-temperature contributions to the thermodynamic properties of a normal Fermi liquid . The contribution from long ...

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• (2008)
The present work shows that using poetry as evidence for linguistic structure is justified by an appropriate understanding of the metrical structure and of its interaction with the poetic language. Also, Beowulf, along ...

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