fem


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fem

abbreviation for
1. female
2. feminine

fem

(fɛm)

n.

fem.

1. female.
2. feminine.
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The RF3482 also integrates 2170MHz filtering and harmonic attenuation, reducing the need for a high loss/attenuation filter at the FEM output and increasing the output power at the antenna.
The FEM tool addresses convection using correlations from ISO 15099; it addresses radiation either with correlations from ISO 15099 or by using a detailed, view-factor-based radiation model.
His appointment, for a two year term, was made at the recent FEM Congress in Cannes.
A group of municipal police and a fire department squad arrived at the Fem Preparatory School in MecidiyekE[micro]y at around 2:00 a.
In order to use FEM for robot's overall elastic behavior analysis, first the authors developed, using Catia V5, the robot virtual model, a simplified model being generated by excluding robot's motors and gearboxes.
If the requirement exceeds the time available or technical capability of the deployed FEM, the workload can be electronically transferred to the 320th Engineer Company's base station for reachback capability.
Leadfusion's FEM suite consists of Researching, Marketing, and Selling Solutions designed to operate independently or as a single integrated solution.
Model preparation for FEM analysis of large welded structures is difficult to complete because the solver requires a clean geometry and topology.
Reasons to buy the report: This report has focused on various levels of analysis; including industry analysis (industry trends, Porters Five Forces, and PEST analysis), value chain analysis, and company profiles, which together comprise and discuss the basic views on the emerging and high-growth segments of the FEM market, the competitive landscape, drivers, restraints, opportunities, challenges, high-growth regions and countries, and government initiatives.
The letter arrived at the FEM prep school's Hakkari branch at around 3 p.
Analysis of results of calculations by FEM and TCB of castellated beams show that for simply supported beam (Fig.
Roll [15] clearly presents the importance of industrial FEM simulations and proffers some suggestions for achieving more accurate forming process evaluations.