### Table 1: Governing equations for multiphase gas/solids model.

### Table 1.1: What designers need from a conceptual solid modeler. (D=Demand,

### Table 2. Characteristic Lengths In Solid State Science Model

"... In PAGE 7: ... 1) Large surface-to- volume or interface-to-volume ratios, 2) size effects (where cooperative phenomena like ferromagnetism are compromised by the limited number of atoms/molecules), and 3) quantum effects. Many of the models for materials properties at the micron and larger sizes have characteristic length scales of nanometers (see Table2 ). When the size of the structure is in the nanometer range, those parameters are no longer adequate to model/predict the property.... ..."

### Table 1 Expressions of the parameters of the model of IFP in solid tumors Parameter izraz

1999

### Table Representation of a solid model of a cylinder in Figure (a) A vertex array listing the r- amp;-z coordinates Vertex r amp; z

### Table 1. Comparison of the number of deleted shell and solid elements in each model at four discrete time steps.

2005

"... In PAGE 13: ... The method chosen for this study was to estimate the area enclosed by the failed elements and those elements that appear to be close to failure, based on the contour plot data. The results of this analysis are documented in Table1 . It can be seen that the Model 2 and 3 panels sustained the greatest amount of damage, and the damaged areas were determined to be 39.... In PAGE 17: ...Table1 . The fact that the internal energy of the RCC for model 2 is considerably higher than the other models indicates that the strain energy in the panel is also much higher, resulting in more global deformation of the panel.... ..."

### Table 1 Examples of visual simulations grouped into static and dynamic simulations, and modeling solids, liquids and gases

### Table 1. Grouping of standard modeling commands Root : 4 SKETCH, SOLID, SURFACE, CONSTRAINTS LEVEL 1: 20

2002

"... In PAGE 3: ... We defined a set of 167 standard modeling commands. As can be seen from Table1 and Fig. 2, the set of standard modeling commands has 4 groups at the uppermost root level - SKETCH, SOLID, SURFACE, and CON- STRAINT- and the modeling commands are further classified into 4 levels [8].... ..."

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