### Table 1. Parameters used in FEM simulation

"... In PAGE 5: ... Two EAP films with different thickness were simulated by FEM model. The geometry and material properties used in the simulation are listed in Table1 . The planar films were expressed by 100 shell elements (Shell-l51, ANSYS).... ..."

### Table 1 Comparison of parallel with and without multigrid Number of

"... In PAGE 7: ... It is interesting to think further that if the larger the number of grid points and the larger the number of processors are used, how much faster (or slower) the parallel multigrid scheme is compared with the multigrid method without parallel computing, this is left to study further and since the present work is limited only with 8 number of processors(nodes). Table1 reports the time consumption of the parallel computing with and without the multigrid method until the solution converges. The parallel single grid method is about 7 times slower than the parallel multigrid method.... ..."

### Table 1. Parameters of FEM model

"... In PAGE 5: ...uring 7.2 seconds, 7.2/0.0024=300 steps, 13 min. of calculation time and 25 Mbytes of memory were necessary with 16 processes. The material parameters used in this study are expressed in Table1 , and FEM parameters for fault analysis and wave propagation simulation [13] are as follows. A Contact surface... ..."

### Table 1: Available Parallel Visualization Techniques in GeoFEM

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"... In PAGE 8: ... The present visualization techniques are well designed for complicated unstructured datasets. (3) A number of parallel visualization techniques available in GeoFEM As shown in Table1 , a number of parallel visualization techniques are provided in GeoFEM for scalar, vector and tensor data fields, to reveal the features of datasets from many aspects. Table 1: Available Parallel Visualization Techniques in GeoFEM ... ..."

### Table 1. Available Parallel Visualization Techniques in GeoFEM

"... In PAGE 5: ... The present visualization tech- niques are well designed for complicated unstructured datasets. (3) A number of parallel visualization techniques available in GeoFEM As shown in Table1 , a number of parallel visualization techniques are provided in GeoFEM for scalar, vector and tensor data fields, to reveal the features of datasets from many aspects. Table 1.... ..."

### TABLE 2. Parallel multigrid performance for Morley elements

### Table 1: Three loading conditions for FEM analysis

in Thermal cycling reliability of SnAgCu and SnPb solder joints: a comparison for several IC-packages

"... In PAGE 3: ... With this model, the one-to-one comparison is simulated for the two solder materials. The simulation is also performed for two loading conditions ( Table1 ). It is expected that the trends can be dependent on the loading conditions.... ..."

### Table 1 Results for the slit problem. 16 BEM 4 BEM + 12 FEM 16 FEM

"... In PAGE 11: ...see Fig. 1). The mesh is a-priori adapted to the singularity with hmax=hmin gt; 100 and a ratio of about 2 between neighboured elements of the coarsest mesh (l = 1), higher level meshes (l gt; 1) have been obtained by uniform re nement. For the results presented in Table1 the components of the preconditioner have been chosen as follows: C ;i : mgV (multigrid) CC : mgD (multigrid) CI;i : V11 BI;i : HExt: The BE{matrices were computed fully analytically using piecewise linear func- tions for the displacements and piecewise constant functions for the tractions [19], for the FE-discretization piecewise linears were used. Table 1 shows the number of iterations I for quot; = 10?6, CPU time (system generation and solu- tion) in seconds, pure solution time s(6) for the 6th level in seconds and the number of unknowns N(6) on the 6th level.... In PAGE 11: ... For the results presented in Table 1 the components of the preconditioner have been chosen as follows: C ;i : mgV (multigrid) CC : mgD (multigrid) CI;i : V11 BI;i : HExt: The BE{matrices were computed fully analytically using piecewise linear func- tions for the displacements and piecewise constant functions for the tractions [19], for the FE-discretization piecewise linears were used. Table1 shows the number of iterations I for quot; = 10?6, CPU time (system generation and solu- tion) in seconds, pure solution time s(6) for the 6th level in seconds and the number of unknowns N(6) on the 6th level. The experiments were carried out... ..."

### Table II. The material properties used in FEM simulation for thermomechanical fatigue.

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### Table 1 Mechanical and electrical properties of the materials used in FEM simulations

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