## What is/are 3d Analytical?

3d Analytical - A quasi-3D analytical model is developed and the results have been compared to an experimental test.^{[1]}A new 3D analytical and numerical model has been elaborated on the basis of tribology methods, based on the assumptions of an ultra-thin boundary layer of non-Newtonian fluid.

^{[2]}We developed a fast hybrid 3D analytical LETd calculation that is more accurate than 1D analytical model.

^{[3]}The present 3D analytical solution can be employed to determine the optimal configuration of comb-type caisson breakwaters in preliminary design due to its high computing efficiency.

^{[4]}After reviewing current methods for enhancing incisions, a hybrid approach is adopted that combines advantages of 2D and 3D analytical techniques.

^{[5]}There are three steps: (1) creation of a voxel model or 3D analytical object to be inserted into the ‘For Processing’ projections; (2) generation of a realistic object template for the geometry under study and the relevant resolution, scatter and noise properties; (3) insertion of the target into the projections and DBT reconstruction plus image processing.

^{[6]}A detailed 3D analytical modeling of electrostatic potential distribution and electric field of the proposed structure is developed here solving 3D Poisson’s equation with suitable boundary conditions.

^{[7]}Firstly, to avoid the complexity of 3D numerical studies, 3D analytical solutions for the responses of the lined tunnel in both the ideal elastic medium and porous medium due to internal dynamic loading are derived using Fourier and Laplace transforms.

^{[8]}An approximate 3D analytical model of multilayered systems is developed that can be used to identify promising dimensions and property selection during the initial design of components needed for microscaled and nanoscaled devices.

^{[9]}We present a comparison among different 2D and 3D analytical techniques that are commonly used to calculate grain size distributions, even introducing and discussing new analytical techniques never used before in the study of fault core rocks.

^{[10]}A 3D analytical model of the roof has been developed to understand whether or not the buckling failure of the truss bars is resulted from the soil settlement under the individual foundations.

^{[11]}In the system of the transversely isotropic piezoelectric thin film structure under charged cylinder flat head contact, the 3D analytical solutions for the stresses, displacements, electric displacements and electric potential are derived, which is a further development of the contact mechanics theory.

^{[12]}To overcome problems with the currently available techniques for CDL determination, a novel 3D analytical cochlear model, dependent on four basal turn distances, was proposed in the literature.

^{[13]}A 3D analytical model of residual stress appropriate for flank milling is established in this paper which takes both mechanical effect and thermal effect into consideration.

^{[14]}The constructed 3D analytical model presents the facular knot as a magnetic “fountain” with numerous slender fibrils and allows solving the following tasks: 1.

^{[15]}The fragility curve is developed by performing Non-Linear Time History Analysis (NLTHA) on 3D analytical bridge model using MIDAS CIVIL 2011 program.

^{[16]}The result in a 3D analytical model for the motion of a snake-like robotic system.

^{[17]}The correlation between two process parameters was discussed by using 3D analytical and contour plots and the mechanisms behind these were discussed in depth.

^{[18]}Here a fully-coupled lattice simulator is employed to simulate the 3D interaction between HFs and NFs with spatially-varied mechanical and geometrical properties, thus capturing the dependence of HF propagation patterns on the NF cemented proportions and/or height observed in analogue laboratory experiments, and matching a 3D analytical criterion for simulation cases with different NF cohesion, friction coefficient, tensile strength, location of cemented regions, cemented proportions, and/or host rock materials.

^{[19]}The objective of this evoluted-contribution was to obtain an exact dose delivery, 3D analytical-integral-equation solution, for the triple Gaussian model of wedge filters, since previous/initial 2D approximations of other authors, although correct, were not completely exact.

^{[20]}X-ray computed tomography is a non-destructive 3D analytical technique, which in recent years has gained more widespread applications to characterise the internal structure of materials in minerals processing and metallurgical studies.

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## 3d analytical model

A quasi-3D analytical model is developed and the results have been compared to an experimental test.^{[1]}An approximate 3D analytical model of multilayered systems is developed that can be used to identify promising dimensions and property selection during the initial design of components needed for microscaled and nanoscaled devices.

^{[2]}A 3D analytical model of the roof has been developed to understand whether or not the buckling failure of the truss bars is resulted from the soil settlement under the individual foundations.

^{[3]}A 3D analytical model of residual stress appropriate for flank milling is established in this paper which takes both mechanical effect and thermal effect into consideration.

^{[4]}The constructed 3D analytical model presents the facular knot as a magnetic “fountain” with numerous slender fibrils and allows solving the following tasks: 1.

^{[5]}The result in a 3D analytical model for the motion of a snake-like robotic system.

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## 3d analytical solution

The present 3D analytical solution can be employed to determine the optimal configuration of comb-type caisson breakwaters in preliminary design due to its high computing efficiency.^{[1]}Firstly, to avoid the complexity of 3D numerical studies, 3D analytical solutions for the responses of the lined tunnel in both the ideal elastic medium and porous medium due to internal dynamic loading are derived using Fourier and Laplace transforms.

^{[2]}In the system of the transversely isotropic piezoelectric thin film structure under charged cylinder flat head contact, the 3D analytical solutions for the stresses, displacements, electric displacements and electric potential are derived, which is a further development of the contact mechanics theory.

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## 3d analytical technique

After reviewing current methods for enhancing incisions, a hybrid approach is adopted that combines advantages of 2D and 3D analytical techniques.^{[1]}We present a comparison among different 2D and 3D analytical techniques that are commonly used to calculate grain size distributions, even introducing and discussing new analytical techniques never used before in the study of fault core rocks.

^{[2]}X-ray computed tomography is a non-destructive 3D analytical technique, which in recent years has gained more widespread applications to characterise the internal structure of materials in minerals processing and metallurgical studies.

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