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Simulating Solid Tumors with a Microenvironment-Coupled Agent-Based Computational Model

., Glazier, J., “Single cell motion in aggregates of embryonic cells”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 76, 3032 (1996). [16] Grimes, D. R., Kelly, C., Bloch, K., Partridge, M., “A method for estimating the oxygen consumption rate in multicellular tumour spheroids”, J. R. Soc. Interface 11, 20131124 (2014). [17] Macklin, P., Edgerton, M. E., Thompson, A. M., Cristini, V., “Patient-calibrated agent-based modelling of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS): From microscopic measurements to macroscopic predictions of clinical progression”, Journal of Theoretical Biology 301 (2012

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Experimental Investigation of Drilling Small Hole on Duplex Stainless Steel (SS 2205) Using EDM

drilling machines was studied [ 9 ]. A two-level three-factor full factorial design was used to identify the ideal operating parameters. The input parameters are drilling speed, recast layer thickness, and hole taper. In Inconel 718, drilling and shaping process made into a single progression with identical electrode found that shape accuracy is affected by relative tool wear [ 10 ]. MRR, relative tool wear, and surface reliability are the objective parameters. Discharge current and duration are the main influence factor on HAZ. Two dielectric mediums, oxygen

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