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...? 9 October **Element** Silver: The Moon on Earth Silver is one of those **elements** that have been known to the mankind since ancient times. The discovery of silver dates back to the bronze age. There is no clear identification of the person who discovered the **element** silver in the literature (Dhillon). The place where silver was first mined is Anatolia that makes part of the modern Turkey. Silver was mined for the first time in the start of 4000 B.C. In 500 B.C., silver became the fundamental cause of rise of the Athens in the form of a powerful state as a huge enormous mine of silver was located in Athens. During the bronze age, the mines of silver in Spain were rapidly used. The...

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.... Therefore, the SCF was determined by the calculations made. Reference list Madenci, E., & Guven, I. (2006). The finite **element** method and applications in engineering using ANSYS. New York, Springer Lee, H.-H. (2012). Finite **Element** Simulations With ANSYS Workbench 14: **theory**, applications, case studies. Mission, KS, Schroff Development Corp.. Kasim Al-Darzi, S, & Al-Juboory, I 2012, 'Experimental and Finite **Element** **Analysis** of Steel- Concrete Composite Beams', Al-Rafadain Engineering Journal, 20, 6, pp. 154-168, Academic Search Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 1 January 2014. YONGSHOU, L, JUN, L, & XIAO-JUN, S 2011, 'Study on the Residual Stress Fields,...

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...Introduction The finite **element** method is generally employed by the engineers, scientists, and mathematicians to derive solutions for differential equations. The scientists and engineers have been able to find solution of several physical and non-physical problems through finite **element** **analysis**. The finite **element** method is applicable on solids; liquids, plasma and gaseous substances, and problems related to soil mechanics, electromagnetism and dynamics can be traced through this technique. This exercise is based upon the **theory** which sub-divides a complicated domain into "series of smaller regions in which the differential equations are approximately solved; by assembling the set of equations for each region, the behaviour over... the...

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...deflection of nearly 8 mm occurs.
These results do not imply that a sudden failure of the material would occur, and even if this were so in practice, this would not be evident in a finite **element** **analysis** since most finite **element** methods, including the ANSYS software, are based on displacements rather than stresses. In other words, the displacement field is continuous and single valued, satisfying the compatibility equation.
Regardless of **theory**, this high value of tensile stress cannot be ignored because in a real-life situation the yield strength of the material in the **buckle** would be exceeded and the material would be damaged.
At this point it...

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...Finite **Element** **Analysis** of a Stainless Steel BuckleINTRODUCTION This report details the structural integrity of a stainless steel **buckle** from a standard lap belt used in passenger aircrafts. The assembly has been designed to withstand a 450 kg tensile load. In order to be released into the market it must be confirmed that the material of the **buckle** does not exceed its yield strength and no significant distortions occur. It is assumed that the weakest **element** in the design is the flat plate of the **buckle**. Before testing, a numerical **analysis** to determine stress locations and magnitudes should be made in order to confirm...

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...What is Finite **Element** **Analysis**' Finite **element** **analysis** is a tool used in engineering to determine the physical effects a given set of boundary conditions will have on a part. Boundary conditions can be forces, temperatures, hydrostatic pressures, centrifugal pressures, torques, and displacements. The basic **theory** of finite **element** **analysis** is the same regardless of the type of **analysis** being done. The geometry being modeled will always be divided up into smaller divisions known as **elements** and the **elements** are connected together to form the finite...

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...Euler **Buckling**
Euler **Buckling** can be defined as the destruction of a thin vertical **element** which has come under compression, causing a sudden sideways deflection. Practically, Euler **buckling** is the sudden collapse of the structural member due to the exposure to high level of compressive stress.Euler **buckling** is normally described in terms of applied compression: one end of a beam is held fixed and the other end is moved towards the fixed end, eventually leading to **buckled** state. Metal building and steel framed structures are mostly affected by Euler **buckling** as they are erected structures. According to (Goraily,2008,pg...

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...Thematic **Element** I chose to write on three stories that I felt had a great relationship with each other in accordance to the theme that they had in their content. These books are” Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley, “Beloved” by Toni Morrison and “Discourse on Method and Meditations on First Philosophy” by Rene Descartes. Frankenstein is generally about a story of a guy called Victor and who had a great knowledge in science until he one day decided to create a monster from a corpse. It is not clear from the story where he got the pieces to assemble it but when it came to life, it was so ugly that Victor run away from it scared of what it would do to him. The monster was not happy with Victor because he was lonely and people...

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... **Background** LaGuardia Airport located in the of New York in the United s caters to the people who want to fly to various international locations. The airport is operated by the port authority of New York and New Jersey. The busiest airport of US is used by more than 25 million people. The growth in the passenger traffic has been steady in this airport and it reflects its increasing popularity. The concrete surface of the runway is as long as 7000 feet.
The amusement park transformed airport started its operations in 1929. Commercial flights started taking off from 1934. The airport was built up using a metallic reinforcement that has been holding the entire set up. This has been incorporated so that the pilots are informed about...

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