Approximate Calculations

Approximate Calculations

 

calculations in which the data and the result—or at least the result—are numbers that only approximately represent the true values of the corresponding quantities. Approximate calculations are performed in the numerical solution of problems and are a result of inaccuracies inherent in the formulation of the problem and in the methods of the problem’s solution. The general rules and the theory of methods of approximate calculation are commonly referred to as numerical methods.

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1, we obtain that for the used in approximate calculations of critical cross sections [S.sub.CCi] a large exponentially decaying sinusoidal pulse current, the decrement of its oscillations is equal to [[DELTA].sub.p]=1n([I.sub.mp1]/[I.sub.mp3])=2.505.
"The suggestions bade by the HIO for the compensation of microbiologists are not based on the actual cost of laboratory tests, but on hypothetical and approximate calculations," the medical society said.
They made some new discoveries in the process as well, which was verified using approximate calculations on classical computers.
"We are making approximate calculations and forecasts," he added.
The energetics of Equation 1 are [DELTA]H[degrees](1100 K) = + 75 kJ [mol.sup.-1], [DELTA]G[degrees](1100 K) = -14 kJ [mol.sup.-1], using approximate calculations. In the CarbonSaver process, the energy to liberate elemental hydrogen is supplied by 100 kilowatts of microwave energy (requiring electricity), which can be considered to contribute to the internal energy of the system.
It should be mentioned that the results of approximate calculations and experiments carried out to determine the optimum conditions of aluminium are quite similar.
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Approximate calculations revealed that by adding two pieces of her metal foam behind the bumper of a car traveling at 28 mph, the impact would feel the same to passengers as the impact had they been traveling at only 5 mph.
Results are obtained in previous analysis give the possibility to estimate accuracy of approximate calculations (Aryassov et al., 1999), (Aryassov 1995) and (Engelbrecht & Henrych 1971).
Approximate calculations show that cellulose biomass (forest industry, agriculture, domestic wastes) could meet all needs for Otto engine fuel.
The comparison between the exact and approximate calculations will be discussed in the next section.