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## GENERIC PROBLEMS AND ADVANCES IN THE COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF INSTRUMENTS AND INSTRUMENT ELEMENTS (2006)

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The Finite Element Method
- Zienkiewicz, Cheung
- 1967
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Citation Context ...ques, although applicablesto many systems, are usually inaccurate, very timesconsuming and extremely expensive. In comparison, thesnumerical techniques based on, for example, the finiteselement (FEM) =-=[14, 15]-=-, boundary element (BEM) [16, 17]sand hybrid finite element-boundary element (FEM-BEM)s[18] methods can tackle a wide variety of electrical,smechanical, thermal, structural and coupled problems. Withs... |

155 | Introduction to Physical Modeling with Modelica, - Tiller - 2001 |

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Finite Elements for Electrical Engineers,
- Silvester, Ferrari
- 1983
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Citation Context ...ques, although applicablesto many systems, are usually inaccurate, very timesconsuming and extremely expensive. In comparison, thesnumerical techniques based on, for example, the finiteselement (FEM) =-=[14, 15]-=-, boundary element (BEM) [16, 17]sand hybrid finite element-boundary element (FEM-BEM)s[18] methods can tackle a wide variety of electrical,smechanical, thermal, structural and coupled problems. Withs... |

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Boundary Elements: An introductory Course.
- Brebbia, Dominguez
- 1989
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Citation Context ... systems, are usually inaccurate, very timesconsuming and extremely expensive. In comparison, thesnumerical techniques based on, for example, the finiteselement (FEM) [14, 15], boundary element (BEM) =-=[16, 17]-=-sand hybrid finite element-boundary element (FEM-BEM)s[18] methods can tackle a wide variety of electrical,smechanical, thermal, structural and coupled problems. Withsthe availability of powerful and ... |

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An introduction to Requirement Engineering,
- Bray
- 2002
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Citation Context ...gn depends essentially upon the requirementssspecification. Advances have been made in thesunderstanding and development of the processes ofsrequirements capture and analysis in the design of systemss=-=[10]-=-.sThe advances are in the development of tools and insapplications. The latter have been in particular in the designsof complex software systems.sThe advances offer useful insights into the designspro... |

22 | Modeling and Simulation of Engineering Systems Through Bondgraphs, - Mukherjee, Karmakar - 2000 |

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Graphics Modell.
- Khan, Wadood, et al.
- 2010
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Citation Context ...fference V or from chargesQ using the following relationships:s2 2 1 CVEe =s(3)sV QC =s(4)sHere charge Q is calculated by integrating the flux densitysvector D over the appropriate electrode surfaces =-=[20]-=- usingsthe Gauss's law:s∫∫∫ ∫ ⋅=⋅=== sss sn dsdsDdsDQ dsDnDscosθs(5)s∫≈ s dsDQs(6)sAlthough equations (1) and (2) are universal for sensorssand actuators based on electrostatic principles, the specifi... |

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Boundary Element Methods for Electrical Engineers
- Poljak, Brebbia
- 2005
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Citation Context ... systems, are usually inaccurate, very timesconsuming and extremely expensive. In comparison, thesnumerical techniques based on, for example, the finiteselement (FEM) [14, 15], boundary element (BEM) =-=[16, 17]-=-sand hybrid finite element-boundary element (FEM-BEM)s[18] methods can tackle a wide variety of electrical,smechanical, thermal, structural and coupled problems. Withsthe availability of powerful and ... |

2 | Fritzson, Principles of Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica 2.1 - A - 2004 |

2 | Finite element modelling of multielectrode capacitive systems for process tomography flow imaging - KHAN, ABDULLAH - 1993 |

2 | Investigation of the Effects of Design Parameters on Output Characteristics of Capacitive Angular Displacement Sensors by Finite Element Field Modelling - Khan, Finkelstein, et al. - 1997 |

2 | Investigation of Leakage Flux in a Capacitive Angular Displacement Sensor Used in Torque Motors by 3D Finite Element Field Modeling”. Sensors and Actuators - Khan, Grattan, et al. - 1999 |

1 | The Role of Bond Graph Modeling and Simulation - Granda - 2002 |

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Design Concept Generation for Instrument Systems
- Finkelstein, Ginger, et al.
- 1993
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Citation Context ...l design ofsinstrument systems.sHowever the main problem is the organisation ofscomprehensive and appropriate databases of instrumentsdesign concepts. It is an important aspect of the researchsagenda =-=[13]-=-.s7. OPTIMAL FORM FINDING ANDsDIMENSIONINGsComputer implemented models enable the finding ofsoptimal form and dimensions of a design concept. Howeversin the design of physical objects such as sensors ... |

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Boundary and Finite Elements: Theory and Problems
- Raamachandran
- 2000
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Citation Context ...emely expensive. In comparison, thesnumerical techniques based on, for example, the finiteselement (FEM) [14, 15], boundary element (BEM) [16, 17]sand hybrid finite element-boundary element (FEM-BEM)s=-=[18]-=- methods can tackle a wide variety of electrical,smechanical, thermal, structural and coupled problems. Withsthe availability of powerful and affordable desktopscomputers, these techniques have revolu... |