steady-state model


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steady-state model

[′sted·ē ¦stāt ′mäd·əl]
(petroleum engineering)
Electric or electrolytic analogs of a reservoir formation used to study the steady-state flow of fluids through porous media; includes gel, blotter, liquid, potentiometric, and similar models.
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W](g,m)--were obtained from estimates of catch by weight grade from the steady-state model (Fig.
The response when using these initial conditions with the steady-state model (given in Section 3) and transient model (Section 4) are compared in Figure 9 and Figure 10.
Ignoring depreciation, therefore, we see that the capital-labor ratio that maximizes capitalist income is the same as between the current-period model and the long-term steady-state model.
The objective is to critically analyze the potential of this approach for system understanding and management and to adapt existing steady-state models of the Peruvian system for use in (future) dynamic simulations.
However, despite the obvious significance of the assumptions made to use steady-state models for transient state data, there has generally been a lack of adequate supportive field experimental evidence.
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The model is based on the steady-state model presented by Elmahdy and Mitalas (1977).
In order to investigate the cycling losses with the steady-state model, the cooling capacity provided by the compressor during startup is treated as a first-order system with a single time constant; whereas the electric power of the compressor reaches steady-state instantaneously (Mara et al.
Built on a cutting-edge architecture which is based on VR Juggler(TM) and OpenGL(TM), the ACUITIV solution provides customers with a new suite of interactive tools for transient model visualization, multi-PC visualization sessions and steady-state model support.
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PROTISS has been developed to enable process and control engineers to create a steady-state plant model and then to convert the steady-state model automatically to a dynamic model.