## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 10 |

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Waterloo . TABLE I . Efforts and Flows in Various Engineering Disciplines. 1 .

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**SIMULATION**, REALISTIC ( ENGINEERING ) Jean U . Thoma University ofWaterloo . TABLE I . Efforts and Flows in Various Engineering Disciplines. 1 .

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**Simulation**II . Graphical Models III . The Bond Graph Language IV .**Simulation**...Page 220

Various computer programs are available for

FANSY , affords a Fourier transform from time - domain data ... For realistic and

time efficient

.

Various computer programs are available for

**simulation**; one , in particular ,FANSY , affords a Fourier transform from time - domain data ... For realistic and

time efficient

**simulations**, there are useful ways to reduce the probability of errors.

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Although finite - difference matrix schemes are conceptually simpler , and still

provide the only verified

problem - specific and too difficult to incorporate into other aspects of

to be ...

Although finite - difference matrix schemes are conceptually simpler , and still

provide the only verified

**simulations**in some areas , they are in general tooproblem - specific and too difficult to incorporate into other aspects of

**simulation**to be ...

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### Contents

Seismology Observational 17 Stochastic Description | 325 |

Semiconductor Alloys LongRange and Karl Friedrich | 345 |

Sequency and Series 73 Solar Energy Engineering | 361 |

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