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Our work demonstrates the possibility of non-Rent based, yet equally plausible and well-fitting, structural models for VLSI circuits and their interconnections. ... Power-law scaling phenomena that govern VLSI circuits have for several decades formed the foundation of VLSI interconnect estimation. ... Acknowledgments We thank Igor Markov and Stefanus Mantik for modifications to, and help with use of, the UCLA Capo placer. ...doi:10.1145/368640.368719 dblp:conf/slip/BoeseKM01 fatcat:tgmdlxz3pvafhiblfchm46zo5m
New Trends and Developments in Automotive System Engineering
Fig. 8 . 8 Modeling guidelines: Based on the relevant frequency and the cross section of the wire, an adequate model can be selected. ... Besides the alternator, battery, load, and fuses, the focus is on the modeling of the chassis ground as well as the wiring harness. ... Voltage Stability Analysis of Automotive Power Nets based on Modeling and Experimental Results, New Trends and Developments in Automotive System Engineering, Prof. ...doi:10.5772/13127 fatcat:gmkrpwbrfbdlzlj6rlglj2ljqq
Reliable use of Shape Memory Alloys (SMA) in mitigation of extreme load effects requires a deep study of the SMA behavior according to the necessities of the application. ... Damping the oscillations induced by one storm of three or four days with a strong wind and/or rain usually requires more than one million of working cycles. ... To build the model (Fig. 5 left) , four points are taken on the loading and unloading paths of an experimental curve. ...doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/amm.82.539 fatcat:hwwgk6hu3ne65bi2celv5iadyi
The theory also casts some light on the relevance of cross-wire (trellis) interlayer movements (and hence fretting) to strand axial fatigue life prediction. ... The analysis is developed for a strand with its ends fixed against rotation, and is based on the main assumption that with zero axial load on the cable the wires in each layer are just touching each other ...
or Pectofix Dynamic Sternal Fixation [DSF] stainless-steel plates) in order to quantify the potential risk of fatigue failure of these devices when subject to cyclic loads in physiologically relevant ... Study Design: All tests were conducted on polyurethane foam sternal models. A cardiothoracic surgeon divided each sternal model longitudinally and repaired it with a closure device. ... Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Karla Spencer for her contributions to the development of test fixtures used for this study. ...doi:10.1186/1749-8090-3-52 pmid:18816402 pmcid:PMC2561021 fatcat:a5vv4rcmtjcbdnfghz57sxd33q
Acknowledgments We thank Smith & Nephew Advanced Surgical Devices (Huntingdon, UK), and Guy Crosby in particular, for donation of the circular frame materials for testing. ... Even with reportedly ideal 90° wire crossing angles, flexion of the perpendicular wire allowed displacement of the bone model along the wire parallel to the plane of loading. ... The all fine-wire fixation model was tested with bending load in the plane perpendicular to the wires and at 45. ...doi:10.1007/s11999-015-4652-8 pmid:26642789 pmcid:PMC4773354 fatcat:qgki6uwuzzespmq3xkpejcsmom
Three-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) examined the effects of wire type, wire size, and bracket type on the measured orthodontic load systems. ... The faciolingual, mesiodistal, and inciso-occluso/apical axes of the teeth corresponded to the x, y, and z axes of the load cells, respectively. Each wire was removed and retested seven times. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank G&H Wire Company for generous donation of supplies, Dr Thomas R. ...doi:10.2319/062812-532.1 pmid:23095073 pmcid:PMC8763072 fatcat:epmlcc7d5zhl7bxwdckr4zbnqm
Ito and Dr C.C. van Donkelaar from Eindhoven University of Technology for their help with development of the grading method. We greatly appreciate the support from E. Becker, K. Boon-Ceelen and M. ... Funding This work was supported by Royal DSM Biomedical: Europe (Geleen, the Netherlands). ... These extra specifications have to be made at the following criterion: clinical relevance of animal models, Conclusions The literature on the fixation of transverse olecranon fractures was with an overall ...doi:10.1093/bmb/ldt020 pmid:23902795 fatcat:ad5t2nwvfzfktmmap7z32rasi4
The present model is (unlike available theories on wire ropes) capable of catering to the effects of interwire friction. ... These are relevant to cases in which, under a mean axial load, the cable experiences cyclic axial load perturbations below a threshold level and (due to the presence of significant levels of interwire ...
In order to assess the risk of a shock-induced quench of the superconductor, one of the coils was subjected to impact loads -the so called mechanical quench (MQ) test -in the course of the cryogenic acceptance ... In order to assess the risk of a shock-induced quench of the superconductor, one of the coils was subjected to impact loads -the so called mechanical quench (MQ) test -in the course of the cryogenic acceptance ... The transfer rod was not modelled in detail. Instead the impact force history measured on the rod near the coil was smeared out as load on four nodes closest to the impact location. ...doi:10.1016/j.fusengdes.2011.01.016 fatcat:nrebmpeshjapxcui7z5xqqrcxi
It proposes an efficient Finite Element Model based on beam elements for the individual conductor wires and compares the simulation results with existing theoretical models but also with extensive measurements ... The paper revisits an important subject in the field of conductor inner mechanics, i.e. the bending behavior of overhead line conductors under tension. ... Papailiou for his encouragement on this work and the always valuable discussions with him on the subject of conductor bending. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.1095059 fatcat:5suaulfjfzbpfa446lb6ooaeh4
For this purpose, transient models for the relevant heat transport mechanisms and the whole storage system were created. ... densities, heating wire surface loads and dimensions. ... In addition, for limiting the heating wire surface load a control algorithm is implemented within the model allowing an adjustment of the heating power P to the maximum permitted heating wire temperature ...doi:10.3390/app112110500 fatcat:wyhsjn3tlveztdvqkmpkusytzu
This paper analyzes the influence of fatigue loading on the residual stress profile in high strength steel wires. ... Numerical results show only a minor influence of fatigue loading on the residual stress profile. ... Influence of Fatigue Loading on the Residual Stress Distribution in Prestressing Steel Wires ...doi:10.17265/1934-7359/2012.10.008 fatcat:rfbqdalvwja7feeu5otsygibjm
This paper is the first part of a three paper series and it deals with full-scale tests of a load carrying box girder. ... In this paper a 34m long load carrying box girder has been tested in static flapwise bending and it has been demonstrated that, for this design, Brazier effect is a critical phenomenon of great relevance ... The authors would like to acknowledge the support of E.ON, as well as SSP-Technology A/S who have submitted the box girder. ...doi:10.1002/we.415 fatcat:ttph65qvhndkhcnvag2zr3b2ei
On mounting the bone models, these relationships broadly remained in the half-pin and fine-wire groups, however the half-pin constructs were universally more rigid than those using fine wires. ... Throughout testing, a small amount of laxity was observed in the TSF construct on either side of neutral loading, amounting to 0.72 mm (±0.37 mm) for a change in loading between À10 N and 10 N axial load ... Acknowledgments We thank Smith & Nephew Advanced Surgical Devices (Huntingdon, UK) and Guy Crosby (Smith & Nephew), in particular, for donation of the circular frame materials for testing. ...doi:10.1007/s11999-016-5182-8 pmid:27896679 pmcid:PMC5384917 fatcat:pa4bp62gcfavpdldalm73iv6su
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