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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.
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.
Sensor Vision III isn't limited to testing missile seekers; it can simulate an "out the window" view for pilot trainers.
Using Fluent's software, engineers build virtual prototypes and simulate the performance of proposed and existing designs, allowing them to improve design quality while reducing cost and speeding time to market.
Features include a database of eight materials, an automatic meshing function, ability to simulate stretch-blowing, and an interface to Ansys structural-analysis software.
2)Trip-over test: This test simulates an accident where a vehicle spins and slips sideways until it comes in contact with a curb or some other formation that causes it to roll over.
SmarteLoad simulates performance, stress and load volume simulated users on applications to identify performance issues prior to production deployment.
Animal Fur simulates the fur of almost any jungle beast or household pet.
Cubic is proud to provide an air combat training system that allows combat pilots to experience large force exercises in a controlled environment that closely simulates actual combat.
Argogroup's Monitor Master (MM), which not only enables operators to monitor networks but also simulates various user scenarios, has become the first choice of wireless operators in Europe.
Furthermore, it simulates TL1 and SNMP devices to understand the behavior of telecom and network management applications for all types of simulated network environments.

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