fem.


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fem.

abbr.
1. female
2. feminine
Translations

fem.

abbr (=female) → fém. (=feminine) → fém.
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c] can be determined from experiment on static testing of perforated beam or using results of numerical calculation of beam by FEM.
The cost of the ISG are not included in the eligible costs of the action FEM.
The cross-section properties were converted in the equivalent properties for use in the FEM.
The four-pole parameters of a rectangular and a cylindrical case were obtained, and the TL was calculated and verified by comparison with the FEM.
Hence several polymeric coating materials were used in this study to understand how material properties affect the simultaneous coating and milling inside a FEM.
of Texas at El Paso) writes for upper-level undergraduates in this systematic introduction to modern theory of partial differential equations and finite element methods (FEM), detailing both nodal and hierarchic concepts of the FEM.
Since the same office space was not needed for the bridge-construction/reconnaissance module, there were no tie-down issues for the M998 HMMWV used in that FEM.
The cost of building support are not included in the eligible costs of the action FEM.
This will be done on the basis of the adiabatic stress-strain curves obtained by FEM.
Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station at Vicksburg, Mississippi, will accompany any deployed FEM.
The vast majority of the installed power transformer tanks were not designed using FEM.
All of the digital information thus recorded--the measurements and images--can be transmitted through both a standard Single-Channel, Ground-to-Air Radio System (SINCGARS) using DataBurst or through the deployable Tele-Engineering Suite that will be part of the Engineer Reconnaissance FEM.