dynamic model


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dynamic model

[dī¦nam·ik ′mäd·əl]
(engineering)
A model of an aircraft or other object which has its linear dimensions and its weight and moments of inertia reproduced in scale in proportion to the original.
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To achieve this, a dynamic model is incorporated in the optimization routine to predict instantaneous boost and EGR rate.
The contract to develop and test multi-dimensional dynamic model of calculating the loads of pollutants discharged to the rivers of the Baltic Sea.
It is very useful especially in the case of dynamic model development of a complex system analysis.
In Section 2, we give some preliminary results about the vessel model, neural dynamic model, passivity, and stability, which will be used in the following design.
Participants trained with either the CPM-F model or the dynamic model.
Despite the use of feedback in some cases, the dynamic model of Fig.
So business objects are used to build a dynamic model of the business.
Several chapters had created dynamic model programs.
But Solomon says they have "strong evidence' against two proposed theories that don't lean primarily on chemistry: a dynamic model involving the upward movement of ozone-poor air from the troposphere into the stratosphere, and the "old-nitrogen' theory, which holds that the highly active sun during the last solar cycle generated large levels of ozone-destroying nitric oxide (SN: 10/11/86, p.
Starting on the Lagrange equations with multipliers, a relative complex closed form dynamic model was obtained using the Maple software:
Coverage includes an introductory overview of general issues, representations, and philosophy of dynamic models; modeling methodologies defined as approaches to the modeling process; executing models on a computer once models have been designed; multiobject and system issues of scale, heterogeneity, and composition; specific model types characterized by specific visual or text-based grammars; application domains; and case studies using two well-known commercial packages that support dynamic model construction, simulation, and analysis.
We developed and validated a dynamic model of the calendering process by combining the model of transient local calender roll deformation with the calendering equation used to estimate, at a specific CD position, in-nip strain from permanent strain.

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