By the results obtained,the mathematical models and the method of simulation set up in ,, are found of practical value,and can be used in the design of simulating plates with less expense and less time of development.
Through examples of simulation exercised, error in DC60 within 13% as compared with the experimental value can be achieved. Thus the foundation of computer-aid design of the simulating plates is laid further and less cut and try is possible.
The simulating examples of hot strip rolling and thick plate rolling indicate that the method and the model are in accord with facts, and provide a new reliable engineering-computation method for a three-dimensional mechanics simulation of plate and strip rolling process.
Results of an experiment on a breadboard model are presented.
A breadboard prototype of an absorption system for truck refrigeration using heat from the exhaust-gases was designed, built and tested.
The aim of this work is to achieve a transportable and breadboard instrument, with a flexible design and which is user friendly for the quantified measurements of displacements on large scattering objects.
A breadboard architecture for pervasive context-aware services in smart spaces: middleware components and prototype applications
Along with the description of this breadboard architecture, we present its non-functional features and assess its performance.