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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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Consequently, it simulates an array of physical processes affecting ice crystals, not just the water vapor diffusion that Reiter included.
In addition, mission-specialized pods are hung underneath the Lear aircraft which allow the jets to simulate the electronic signatures that potentially hostile aircraft represent to Navy ships and ground controllers.
The image generation system electronically simulates the scene that a visually or infrared guided missile "sees" as it approaches a target.
With FineSim SPICE, designers can simulate very high-performance chips that would have been impractical to simulate with traditional products.
Models can also simulate materials that have been envisioned but not yet created.
Also, there were structural tests that bent and flexed the wings and cabin, and pressure tests that compressed the cabin--numerous fatigue tests that run through an enormous number of cycles to both simulate actual performance in service, such as takeoffs and landings, and to show the state of the aircraft after 20-plus years of use.
Ability to simulate flow and predict cell size in the MuCell micro-cellular foam molding process from Trexel Inc.
The new version will also be able to simulate multi-material coextrusion.
National Laboratory, constructed the extremely sophisticated computer model to simulate the magnetic dynamo that churns away, unseen, far below Earth's crust.
said 12-year-old Betsy Frame after she spun upside down and sideways on the multi-axis trainer, used to simulate a space capsule spinning out of control during the Mercury program.
The MathWorks today announced the availability of SimHydraulics, a new software product that allows developers to efficiently model and simulate hydraulic control systems within the Simulink(R) environment.
In the pods, which roughly simulate the interiors of the vehicles, the crews can see other vehicles, the enemy and the terrain through monitors hooked up to vision ports, simulating the conditions a crew would encounter when the hatches are closed.