volume method

volume method

A method of estimating probable total construction cost by multiplying the adjusted gross building volume by a predetermined cost per unit volume.
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Interactions of two unidirectional large-amplitude Riemann waves in shallow water are studied in the framework of the nonlinear hyperbolic system that is solved numerically by the finite volume method. It is demonstrated that the generation of reflected waves during the shock wave formation strongly influences the interaction process.
This software uses the finite volume method with control volumes and is quick and easy to mesh."--Don Tittensor, Technical Sales Manager, Asmet Limited
The finite volume method is used to numerically simulate the Fokker-planck Eq.
The multipoint flux approximation (MPFA) method is a control volume method which provides a local explicit flux and it is locally mass conservative (see [1], [2], [16], [42] and the references therein).
Human blood can be regarded as a homogenous fluid from a macroscopic viewpoint, established numerical techniques based on continuum mechanics, such as finite difference method (FDM), finite volume method (FVM) and finite element method (FEM), have been used to analyze blood flow as homogeneous fluid.
95% confidence intervals for the Average difference between the average raw raw material material cost value calculated cost ($) (a) the Lumber with yield method (b) Lumber yield Traditional Product method ABC method volume method FAS 7,817.22 (-148.44, 67.40) (844.39, 1,039.86) No.
Computational simulation of fluid flow by using element based finite volume method on unstructured grids
Based on the "innovative" High Performance Finite Volume method, says distributor EPS FloTek, Moldex3D uses a proprietary combination of tetrahedral and prismatic 3D elements to offer precise illustrations of the laminar flow characteristics of plastic materials.
The most useful of the indirect methods are: (1) the Net Worth Method, (2) the Source and Application of Funds Method, (3) the Bank Deposits Method, (4) the Percentage Computation Method, and (5) the Unit and Volume Method. Since these indirect methods are less familiar to the general practitioner, the remainder of this article will focus on the use of these indirect methods for reconstructing income.
Spray-up is going to diminish as a volume method. It's feasible that it won't be around at all in 10 years, which would cause a lot of products to be made otherwise."
Includes: airflow velocity and uniformity test - filter face airflow velocity (volume method).
In the past twenty or thirty years, the numerical simulation of viscoelastic flow has been developing rapidly and the main numerical methods are finite element method, finite volume method, and meshless method.