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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of deformable

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of deformable:
/dɪfɔɹməbəl/

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  1. has always been a challenge to conventional CFD because of the moving and deformable interfaces.
  2. car and a truck in 3D. We are also capable of learning deformable objects, like
  3. long as the body is rigid it does not change its shape or size. We did talk about deformable
  4. deformable atoms. So, that's what we are learning
  5. of materials or mechanics of deformable bodies or
  6. of deformable bodies or mechanics of solids; they
  7. What are the axioms on which the behavior of the deformable member subjected to forces
  8. What are the axioms on which behavior of deformable member subjected to forces depend?
  9. deformable body are guided.
  10. a little by putting air bubbles uniformly dispersed, they actually improves the deformable
  11. And this membrane is deformable, but it's elastic.
  12. you have 6 and so on, provided the molecule is not deformable. If, of course, it is deformable
  13. slightly deformable. And so there is deformation,
  14. which would be deformable? Say, we are talking about 1 mm thin sheet, which is deformed by
  15. consider that block to be rigid and that sheet to be deformable. Yes, that is a good question.
  16. Can we consider both of them to be deformable? Yes. That is the next thing or next classification
  17. gear 2 is deforming and so on. You have another set of contact conditions called deformable-deformable
  18. contact or deformable body, two deformable bodies contacting.
  19. We usually call this as deformable and deformable contact; loosely defined like that or you
  20. look at it from that philosophy, then you have to really go for a deformable-deformable