trapezoidal integration

trapezoidal integration

[¦trap·ə¦zȯid·əl ‚int·ə′grā·shən]
(mathematics)
A numerical approximation of an integral by means of the trapezoidal rule.
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In this paper the combination of the Richardson extrapolation [15] with different numerical methods is studied to determine its advantages respect to tradditional methods, such as the trapezoidal integration commonly used in power system dynamic equations [16].
The simplest semi implicit method is the trapezoidal integration rule [23] that is based on Euler method by averaging the derivative values,
by trapezoidal integration method (Gabriel Filho et al.
obs] value was achieved by the trapezoidal integration method, Eq.
It also includes all of the same robust features found in previous versions, such as an option for trapezoidal integration and a new time-step algorithm that result in a more accurate transient analysis, support for user defined functions in electrical and physical device parameters, and save and load commands to capture the state of a circuit simulation and continue from that point onward in a later simulation.