simulation of temperature 
Research on key technologies of FEM simulation of temperature field in the process of quenching


Simulation of temperature fields in a superconducting microstrip bridge


Numerical simulation of temperature and velocity fields in plasma spray


From the investigation it is concluded that the present model can be used for the simulation of temperature distribution in rigid brake dises during fade test.


Simulation of temperature fields in arc and beam welding


Computer simulation of temperature autostabilization: an analysis of the phenomenon


Theoretical simulation of temperature distribution in the brain during mild hypothermia treatment for brain injury


Simulation of temperature distribution by finite element analysis on different components of the EXAFS beamline at INDUSII sync


Monte Carlo simulation of temperature fluctuations in interstellar iron grains


Computer simulation of temperature regulation and feedback control as undergratuate physiology exercises


Simulation of temperaturemodulated DSC of transitions represented by abrupt changes in heat capacity


For the simulation of temperature fields and restraint stresses in hardening concrete structures, the properties of early age concrete has to be known.


Simulation of temperature fields during hyperthermia of malignant breast tumors


A numerical simulation of temperature distributions and heat phenomena originating in the ceramic coating during laser irradiation is presented, in order to explain the influence of laser characteristics on the quality of the coating surface.


Simulation of temperature flashes with regard for the physicomechanical properties of metals


We present and analyze theoretical approaches to simulation of temperature flashes.


A Method for the Direct Simulation of Temperature Difference for Checking Heat Calculators


Numerical simulation of temperature fields in elastomeric structures with cracks on the basis of singular finite elements


Accurate values of thermal conductivity are required for the simulation of temperature phenomena in electronic circuits.


For the control simulation of temperature by RACMO2, the slope of the regression line is almost the same as the observed slope.

