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Non-linear mathematical model of the scheme of combined heat and electric energy production plant (Fig.
This article describes how mathematical models can be used to elucidate these contrasting outcomes, specify the conditions under which serotype replacement is likely, interpret the results of conjugate vaccine trials, design trials that will be better able to detect serotype replacement (if it occurs), and suggest factors to consider in choosing the serotype composition of vaccines.
Creating a mathematical model that allows driving the system with the purpose of creating the proposed operation range is a very important objective.
some mathematical models have a shorter life is somehow sad, but
Representation and explanation, along with prediction are the main functions of a mathematical model in physical sciences, among other functions like description, optimization, measuring, approximation, or simulation (Newton & al, 1990; Morton, 1993; Saatsi, 2011), and those functions also apply to the study of games and gambling.
Modelling in Matlab's Simulink environment is based on mathematical model of one-way bellow actuator.
But here we have considered only one-dimensional fluid flow in mathematical model (considering fluid flow in x direction only); then,
In order to check the correspondence of the mathematical model of the LEM with the obtained experimental data, an idealized dynamic mathematical model of the linear electromagnetic motor was developed.
And that would be just fine (if a bit intimidating) if the mathematical models accurately described the world.
A comprehensive mathematical model is a useful tool for predicting the effects of recovery boiler upgrades.
The ship simulator employs modular mathematical models for the various components of the ship--such as hull, propellers, rudders, thrusters, environmental effects (wind, current, waves), and waterway (bottom, pier walls) to achieve a sophisticated and faithful mathematical model For the ship.
Using a mathematical model incorporating data from the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, the RAND researchers found that a general predisposition to use drugs, combined with a four-year lag between access to marijuana and access to other illegal intoxicants, was enough to account for these patterns.
In physical metrology it is often necessary to fit a mathematical model to experimental results in order to recover the quantities being measured.
Fuzzy logic addresses this tradeoff - not with a new mathematical model but with rules that describe how the process behaves in human-language terms such as "too warm" or "slow down.
The mathematical model, which minimizes the squared differences between itself and the observed survivor curve, is selected as the model that best describes the core deposit retirement activity.
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