n.1.A kind of pouch formerly worn at the girdle.
A gipser all of silk,
Hung at his girdle, white as morné milk.
- Chaucer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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[16.] Gipser, M., "ADAMS/FTire-A Tire Model for Ride & Durability Simulations," In ADAMS User's Conference Tokyo 2000.
The only details Chaucer gives of the Franklin's costume are these: "An anlaas and a gipser al of silk/Heeng at his girdel, whit as morne milk" (357-58).
Session 8 on Material will include the following presentations: "Prediction of tire pattern noise by using convolution method," SungWook Hwang, Nexentire R&D Center, South Korea; "Prediction of aircraft tires behavior under extreme loading conditions using ideal gas inflator," Oluremi Olatunbosum and Mohammad Behroozi, University of Birmingham, U.K,; "Tire simulation with F-tire--more than rubber and cord," Gerald Hofmann and Michael Gipser, Cosin Scientific Software, Germany; and "A parallel network non-linear viscoelastic model for tire rolling simulations," Harish Surendranath, Dassault Systems Simulia.
Terms used to describe such bags were the purse, the budget and the gibeciere or gipser (87).
"FTire Software: Advances in modelization and data supply," Michael Gipser, Esslingen University of Applied Sciences;