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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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15), Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense (MND) launched the "Lien Hsiang Excercise" simulating an attack by Chinese fighter jets at 5 a.m.
The simulated scenarios included two vehicles moving towards each other with no direct eye contact between them and an additional scenario simulating an accident between a vehicle and a pedestrian.
The simulated soft rock samples were shaped easily with specific surface geometries, and then the samples were tested in the simple shear apparatus against a concrete section simulating the pile under different vertical pressures.
Thus, SATs in the heating process mainly rely on the role of diabatic heating; the contribution from subsidence warming is secondary and that of advection is small but still cannot be ignored in simulating summer extreme high temperatures in the Sichuan-Chongqing area.
However, the finding that only one model is able to reproduce the patterns of rainfall during the glacial period has broad implications for simulating tropical climate change.
An integrated modeling tool to simulating effect of natural ventilation on indoor air quality and room thermal conditions.
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SIMPLE SIMULATIONS Investigators simulating crystal growth on computers face the challenge of determining whether their programs are generating authentic snowflake patterns.
The QUV has been used to test the weatherability of automotive coatings for nearly three decades by simulating damage caused by short-wave UV.
By simulating the impedance of all the capacitors in the frequency domain, the impedance of the PDN can be sculpted to fit your specific needs.
Foremost among these was novel software for simulating Rieter's many process and material options for making carpeted acoustic laminates.
For simulating motion, automatic mapping functions give engineers more ready-to-use mechanism setups for analyzing real-life problems.

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