Model Engineering

Author: Peter Wright
Editor: Special Interest Model Books
ISBN: 9781854861528
Size: 19,59 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Written by an experienced engineer, this new primer textbook covers all the basic techniques of model engineering: understanding engineering drawings; setting up a workshop; buying materials; marking out; sawing; filing; bending & forming metals; drilling & boring holes. The book includes a review of the properties and characteristics of engineering materials and describes the hardening of carbon steel for cutting tools in the home workshop. Sources of information for model engineers are described together with the principal types of activity and common modelling scales. Points for consideration when buying a lathe are covered, plus how it should be set up and operated. Also included is information on the preparation and sharpening of lathe tools and their use for the basic turning processes. A major chapter is dedicated to the adaptation of the lathe for milling and boring, and the use of the commonest types of milling cutter. Profusely illustrated with line drawings and photographs, this is a comprehensive guide aimed at students and practical people with little experience of working with metal and wishing to embark on this fascinating hobby.

Model Engineering For Simulation

Author: Lin Zhang
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128135441
Size: 13,21 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Model Engineering for Simulation provides a systematic introduction to the implementation of generic, normalized and quantifiable modeling and simulation using DEVS formalism. It describes key technologies relating to model lifecycle management, including model description languages, complexity analysis, model management, service-oriented model composition, quantitative measurement of model credibility, and model validation and verification. The book clearly demonstrates how to construct computationally efficient, object-oriented simulations of DEVS models on parallel and distributed environments. Guides systems and control engineers in the practical creation and delivery of simulation models using DEVS formalism Provides practical methods to improve credibility of models and manage the model lifecycle Helps readers gain an overall understanding of model lifecycle management and analysis Supported by an online ancillary package that includes an instructors and student solutions manual

Model Engineering In Mixed Signal Circuit Design

Author: Sorin Alexander Huss
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0306481014
Size: 12,21 MB
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For the first time, this up-to-date text combines the main issues of the hardware description language VHDL-AMS aimed at model representation of mixed-signal circuits and systems, characterization methods and tools for the extraction of model parameters, and modelling methodologies for accurate high-level behavioural models.

Uml 2002 The Unified Modeling Language Model Engineering Concepts And Tools

Author: Jean-Marc Jezequel
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 354045800X
Size: 14,12 MB
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Five years on from its adoption in 1997 by the Object Management Group (OMG), the Uni?ed Modeling Language is the de facto standard for creating - agrammatic models of software systems. More than 100 books have been written about UML, and it is taught to students throughout the world. The de?nition of UML version 2 is well under way, and should be largely completed within the year. This will not only improve and enhance UML itself, including standard facilities for diagram interchange, but also make it fully integrated with other modeling technologies from the OMG, such as Meta-Object Facility (MOF) and XML Metadata Interchange (XMI). The Object Constraint Language, which has become an important vehicle for communicating detailed insights between UML researchers and practitioners, will have a much expanded speci?cation and be better integrated with the UML. The popularity of UML signi?es the possibility of a shift of immense prop- tions in the practice of software development, at least comparable to the shift from the use of assembly language to “third-generation” or “high-level” p- gramming languages. We dream of describing the behavior of software systems in terms of models, closely related to the needs of the enterprise being served, and being able to routinely translate these models automatically into executing p- grams on distributed computing systems. The OMG is promoting Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) as a signi?cant step towards this vision, and the MDA c- cept has received considerable support within the IT industry.

Cad For Model Engineers

Author: D. A. G. Brown
Editor: Specialist Interest Model Books Limited
ISBN: 9781854861894
Size: 15,17 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Derek Brown shows how by taking one step at a time the computer can be turned into a versatile drawing tool with many advantages over traditional drawing methods. In this book, the author seeks to strip away the mystique surrounding CAD by avoiding jargon and provides advice on how to choose and progress with the right system.

Model Engineering For Schools

Author: Thomas Edwin Haynes
Size: 14,42 MB
Format: PDF
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Model Engineering

Author: Henry Greenly
Editor: Watchmaker Pub
ISBN: 9781603863124
Size: 16,42 MB
Format: PDF
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An Unabridged Edition (1915) With Over 700 Working Drawings Of Engines, Boilers, Rolling Stock, Cannon, Machines, etc., etc., with Comprehensive Index

Model Driven Engineering And Ontology Development

Author: Dragan Gaševic
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642002823
Size: 14,50 MB
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Defining a formal domain ontology is considered a useful, not to say necessary step in almost every software project. This is because software deals with ideas rather than with self-evident physical artefacts. However, this development step is hardly ever done, as ontologies rely on well-defined and semantically powerful AI concepts such as description logics or rule-based systems, and most software engineers are unfamiliar with these. This book fills this gap by covering the subject of MDA application for ontology development on the Semantic Web. The writing is technical yet clear, and is illustrated with examples. The book is supported by a website.

Model Driven Engineering Languages And Systems

Author: Gregor Engels
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540752080
Size: 20,84 MB
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Constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (formerly the UML series of conferences), MODELS 2007, held in Nashville, USA, September 30 - October 5, 2007. This book includes papers that are organized in topical sections on model transformation and modeling constraints.

Pilentum Television Model Railroad And Model Railway

Author: Pilentum Television
Editor: Pilentum Televison
ISBN: 137050554X
Size: 14,37 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Pilentum Television is one of the leading video networks for toy trains, model trains, model railroading and railway modelling. Pilentum would like to present the largest model railroad layouts and the finest model railway displays on YouTube and on Dailymotion. This book contains a filmography.