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Conversely, the assumption of C-differentiability makes it possible to write m

times the Cauchy

contains A = A U B. The process ends in the m-uple Cauchy

= a^ri- ...

Conversely, the assumption of C-differentiability makes it possible to write m

times the Cauchy

**integral**formula for one ... and / is analytic on a domain thatcontains A = A U B. The process ends in the m-uple Cauchy

**integral**formula: f(z)= a^ri- ...

Page 225

This definition says that energy storers have an algebraic relation between the

displacements (

(time

...

This definition says that energy storers have an algebraic relation between the

displacements (

**integrals**of flow) and the efforts in C elements, and the momenta(time

**integrals**of efforts) and the flows in I elements. 4. The Bond-Graph Carousel...

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This in turn means that a semidiscrete form of the model (with the time derivative

representing the analytical part, and the spatial

finite element schemes) may be set up as an intermediate step in any simulation.

This in turn means that a semidiscrete form of the model (with the time derivative

representing the analytical part, and the spatial

**integrals**discretized through thefinite element schemes) may be set up as an intermediate step in any simulation.

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