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fehm

(feɪm)
n
(Historical Terms) a variant form of vehm
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Born, J., Ditschuneit, I., Schreiber, M., Dodt, C., & Fehm, H.L.
Fehm, "Sniffing neuropeptides: a transnasal approach to the human brain," Nature Neuroscience, vol.
Fehm T, Solomayer EF, Meng S, Tucker T, Lane N, Wang J, et al.
(4.) Knappe S, Beesdo-Baum K, Fehm L, Stein MB, Lieb R, Wittchen HU.
in the study of Witchen & Fehm (2003) applied on university students, it was figured out that the level of social anxiety was higher in lower classes.
Fehm, "Expression of stem cell and epithelial-mesenchymal transition markers in primary breast cancer patients with circulating tumor cells," Breast Cancer Research, vol.
Fehm, "Endometriosis-associated Malignancy," Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde, vol.
FEHM finite element codes were also applied to simulate coupled THM processes in subsurface fractured media [15].
Dunja Maria Baston-Buest, (1) Olga Altergot-Ahmad, (1) Sarah Jean Pour, (1) Jan- Steffen Krussel, (1) Udo Rudolf Markert, (2) Tanja Natascha Fehm, (3) and Alexandra Petra Bielfeld (1)
[40,41], FEHM by Los Alamos National Laboratory [42] and COMSOL [43] based on finite element method (FEM), ECLIPSE by Schlumberger [44], and Fluent by ANSYS [45] based on finite volume method (FVM) have been applied successfully to model the heat extraction from geothermal reservoirs with complicated geometries.