### Table I. Comparsion of Pressure Peak Position and Free Boundary Values

in High order discontinuous Galerkin method for elastohydrodynamic lubrication line contact problems

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### Table 2. Free-stream boundary conditions. u, v, w are the

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### Table 3. Larger lattices, free boundary. = 0:1 = 0:2

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### Table 1. Analytical and measured modal frequencies for the honeycomb composite panel with free-free boundary conditions. Analysis Measured Mode

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ... RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The finite element predictions of the free-free modal frequencies of the composite sidewall panel are compared with the measured results in Table 1. In Table1 , each mode is described by the number of nodal lines, i, along the straight edge and, j, along the arc. Figure 7 shows the measured i=3, j=1 mode shape at 156.... ..."

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### Table I: Timing comparison (in seconds), when available, for direct/hierarchical ABF++ and other free-boundary techniques for small to medium models.

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### Table 4: Position of the free boundary. nx - Number of grid lines D = 2 10?3;Q = 1 10?3

### Table 1. Boundary conditions at the free end of the cantilever beam for the three configurations.

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### TABLE 8 Errors for the unforced flow test problem for projection method III using the free boundary condition. Errors for PmIII with modified boundary value 96 96 128 128 192 192 rate

### Table 3. Comparison between modal frequencies predicted by the finite element code and the modal frequencies extracted from an experimental modal analysis for the test article with foam support (free boundary conditions).

2001

"... In PAGE 3: ... The mode shapes were identified by the number of nodal lines (i) parallel to the straight edge of the panel and the number of nodal lines following the curvature of the panel (j). The mode shapes and the modal frequencies predicted for the free edge conditions (foam support) are listed in Table3 . Two arbitrarily chosen mode shapes, (2,0) and (3,1), are pictured in Figure 3 for the free boundary conditions.... In PAGE 3: ... Sixteen experimental modal frequencies were extracted from the averaged transfer functions for the free boundary conditions. The comparison between the modal frequencies predicted by the finite element calculations and the modal frequencies extracted from the experimental modal survey are summarized in Table3 . Excellent agreement, within 2.... ..."

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