equation solver

equation solver

[i′kwā·zhən ‚sälv·ər]
(computer science)
A machine, usually analog, for solving systems of simultaneous equations, which may be linear, nonlinear, or differential, and for finding roots of polynomials.
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NIST Operating Unit Physical Measurement Laboratory, Microsystems and Nanotechnology Division Category Lugiato Lefever Equation Solver Targeted Users Scientist / Researcher / Engineer in Photonics/Metrology Operating Systems Windows/Linux/MacOS Programming Language Python>3.4, Julia 0.6.4 Inputs/Outputs Input text file with resonator dispersion; output electric field data Documentation https://usnistgov.github.io/pyLLE/ Accessibility N/A Disclaimer https://www.nist.gov/director/licensing 3.
The computer model we developed, using the Engineering Equation Solver (EES), uses more than 500 equations to describe the solar desalination plant's performance under variable conditions." The uniqueness of this study is in its comprehensive approach by investigating the technical, environmental and economic aspects of solar-driven desalination."Here, we proposed using a solar technology called the solar linear Fresnel collector, which is a set of reflective mirrors that focus incident solar energy.
The computer model we developed, using the Engineering Equation Solver, uses more than 500 equations to describe the solar desalination plant's performance under variable conditions." The uniqueness of this study is in its comprehensive approach by investigating the technical, environmental, and economic aspects of solar-driven desalination.
An efficient low-frequency surface integral equation solver is developed for the fast analysis of lowfrequency electromagnetic problems.
An alternative approach is to employ the higher-order basis based integral equation solver, which can greatly reduce the number of unknowns compared to use of the traditional piecewise basis functions, such as the Rao-Wilton-Glisson basis functions (RWGs) [2,10].
But in this case, one can use an ordinary differential equation solver (see, for example, [13, 16]) to obtain numerical approximations of [theta] and [phi].
Commonly, 1-D+1-D models struggle with the numeric stability of the necessary iterative equation solver. In contrast, the given equations can be solved with an ordinary differential equations solver.
Tensor-valued equation solver. The efficient solution of tensor-valued equations has recently seen much progress regarding the development of effective methods and their corresponding analysis [2, 40, 59].
TEHRAN (FNA)- Just a few months ago, instant equation solver PhotoMath hit the iOS and Windows Phone platforms, promising the ability to instantly solve math equations simply by using the phone's camera.
A mathematical model was created in Engineering Equation Solver to estimate the Biowall's impact on the energy balance of the NZEH.
The integral equation solver is optionally available and complements the FEM solvers by improving far-field accuracy or reducing the overall size of the FEM domain.