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The very first Finite Element Method application was performed by my former professor, Raymond Clough at UC Berkeley...
Submodeling is an important technique in finite element analyses that allows us to get a more accurate answer in a local region of a larger model. Often...
Analysis of structures undergoing permanent deformation is something that CAE Associates routinely performs as part of its FEA consulting services.
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