Digital Simulation Method : The Studies
An article about two types of chemical plants was done in order to understand how each type of plant reacts under different environmental conditions. The study used FIFI, a digital computer code for the solution of sets of first order differential equations. FIFI was found to be very accurate when it came to real world simulations.
An evaluation about the history of automated assembly systems shows that there are many Errors which root from the development process. To avoid these errors, it is important to have a plan for how these systems will be designed from the beginning. This can reduce the amount of time and money spent on development, as well as making sure that the product is better when it is delivered.
A journal about the electrochemical parameters of the electrospray process was conducted. The study involved measuring and characterizing the standard heterogeneous rate constant of simple ET process (simple electron transfer) and understanding the number of electrons consumed in electrode reaction using digital simulation. The findings from this study show that the rate constant is indeed heterogeneous and depend on a variety of factors, includingelectron transfer efficiency and reactivity.
A journal about artificial lighting for prayer rooms revealed that the need for function and ambience are essential features in any prayer room. The study showed the effectiveness of using simulation to satisfy these needs. Simulation helps in creating realistic, three-dimensional designs that replicates the living environment inside a prayer room. Simulated lighting can be used as the primary source of light in a prayer room, or it can be combined with pendant lights, provide ambiance and color. Ultimately, the goal of artificial lighting design is to create an environment that is conducive to worshipping God and receiving His guidance.
A journal about a simple digital simulation of an analog filter was conducted in order to eliminate the need for summing over the infinite. By initially modeling an analog-like filter, one can learn how various pieces of hardware behave and remain realistic in their simulations. This study was conducted on a digital platform, which makes its methods moreAccurate and achievable.
A study about surface topography and its influence on interface mechanical properties has been done through numerical simulation. This study has shown that a rough surface is better in contact performance than a smooth one. The study showed that the rough surface has better stability due to its more random texture.
An inquiry about the oxidation of cysteamine compound was carried out using cyclic voltammetry, linear sweep voltammetry and chronoamperometry techniques at a carbon fiber microdisk electrode in 0. 1 M perchloric acid. The results showed that the electrooxidation of Cysteamine occurred quickly and effectively through the use of these techniques.
A study about the luminescence of urban spaces using digital simulation methods was conducted on the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bamberg, Germany. According to this study, the photorealistic visualisation of lighting-scenarios with the help of virtual 3d city models is gaining importance as a tool for making decisions in the process of planning. This form of presentation makes sense to everyonian who wants to explore their city in a realistic way.
A paper about the illumination of urban space using digital simulation methods was carried out by the team at UNESCO World Heritage in order to make better decisions when planning. The study employed virtual 3d city models in order to get a realistic view of the lighting scenarios. By doing so, the team was able to learn about the different ways in which light spreads and Effects can be created. Overall, this form of presentation makes sense to every spectator, who can see all the important aspects of each location right on their screen.
A study about the range determination system (LRPDS) by digital simulation methods was conducted. This study compared the Range Change approach to the LRPDS with the Two-Way Ranging Approach. In addition, the problem of ranging accuracy was investigated. The results of this study showed that the Range Change approach Provided a more accurate ranging solution than the LRPDS.
A review about the acoustical problems faced by the Concert Hall of Postgraduate Program, Indonesia Art Institute, Yogyakarta has been conducted in order to resume the necessary renovations. The hall has been in need of some repairs and replacements for some time now and it is evident that the structure is not up to par with current needs. The concert hall can hold around 1,500 people and its aesthetics are barely worth preserving. To make matters worse, there are already signs of poor sound quality when inside the hall. In order to solve these problems, a study was conducted in order to assess how best to renovate the building. The results showed that some needed renovations wouldcost between $183,000 and $338,000 which does not seem like much but when it adds up over time this will create a big hole in the budget for Postgraduate Program renovation projects. Working together with other institutions and consultants, it will be necessary to come up with a more cost effective solution that can optimize all aspects of the renovation process while staying within budget constraints.
A study about the. A methodology has been developed for continuous product validation process (CVP) in which a network of various digital simulation methods is used to develop a CAE network. The study showed how this network can be helpful in order to execute a product development phase and optimize the car engineering process.
A study about the electrochemical reduction of a series of nitroaryl 1,4-dihydropyridines was conducted using cyclic voltammetry (CV) and digital simulation. The experimental voltammograms showed that the vinyl ester catalyzed the reduction of theseiazolidinyl hydrocarbons. The CV results showed that varied amounts of hydroxyl radical were produced from aqueous and mixed media batches, but the highest amount of radicals was produced in the aqueous batch. The digital simulation results indicated that the Vinyl Ester Catalyzed Reduction of Nitroaryl 1,4-Dihydropyridines.
A journal about potential-step transmission chronoabsorptiometry has been extended to include effects of CE (reversible chemical reaction preceding charge transfer), EC (reversible or irreversible chemical reaction following charge transfer) and more. This makes it possible to explore how the flow of electricity through a circuit behaves over time in more detail.