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simulate

[′sim·yə‚lāt]
(engineering)
To mimic some or all of the behavior of one system with a different, dissimilar system, particularly with computers, models, or other equipment.

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MYSTERIOUS BEAUTY The road to snowflake knowledge has always been slippery, whether scientists were working to measure snowflakes or to simulate their alluring patterns electronically.
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European mill ENCE, Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain, producing totally chlorine free kraft pulp from Eucalyptus globulus, wanted to establish a millwide sodium balance and simulate its pulping process.
EASi-SEAL also allows the user to combine up to five different materials in the same seal, making it possible for Geauga to simulate this dual durometer rubber seal accurately.
The idea is to validate your results against experimental data," says Leah Edelstein-Keshet of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, who uses agent-based modeling to simulate Alzheimer's disease.
0) features two now analysis modules that simulate the packing phase of injection molding and analyze cooling-channel design.
Its aircraft can be fitted with internal and external EW equipment for threat simulation and active and passive jamming systems covering a wide spectrum of frequencies, and can simulate the specific radar signatures of potential bad guys.
Many software programs utilize this approach, while other packages have either developed a simplified Navier-Stokes equation, or simply use Bernoulli approximations to simulate metal flow.
The emulator consists of a current source and specially designed coil that can simulate magnetic fields with adequate uniformity and with the rapid time varying characteristics found in some walkthrough metal detectors, as well as numerous handheld metal detectors.
Nasdaq:LAVA), a provider of semiconductor design software, announced today that Faraday Technology Corporation (TSE:3035), a leading ASIC and silicon IP provider, has selected Magma's FineSim SPICE circuit simulator as the simulator of choice for its high-performance designs after it displayed better accuracy and faster runtime than a number of popular commercial circuit simulation products - cutting simulation time to less than 24 hours on designs that required 26 days to simulate with a widely used competitive simulator.