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These approximation methods to compute the actual local stress and strain components for critical notched components provides a great advantage over non-linear elasto-plastic FEA and durability tests due to low cost, computational efficiency and reasonable accuracy.
The measured return loss curves of the proposed UWB antenna and the original UWB antenna without notched band are shown in Figure 2.
More importantly, the proposed notched bands can be reconfigured by shorting corresponding U-shaped slot.
One component necessary to analyze critically the success of the North Cape restoration program is to obtain independent data on variables related to mortality rate and increased disease susceptibility of notched lobsters, as well as the notch loss resulting from exoskeleton overgrowth.
While no modern whales use their teeth to feed this way, Mitchell notes that the Crabeater seal, which does not eat crabs, has notched teeth that is uses to filter krill and other invertebrates.
Also, the preferred stock rating could be further notched from the senior unsecured debt.
And they are all near [lambda]/2 or [lambda]/4 resonant lengths corresponding their notched frequencies.
Recently, some designs of UWB antennas with notched frequency bands have been reported in [2-14].