Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Recent Advances in Numerical Simulations

Edited by Francisco Bulnes

Investigación Internacional Avanzada en Matemáticas e Ingeniería (IINAMEI)

Co-editor:

Jan Peter Hessling

Independent scientist

A numerical simulation is a computing calculation following a program that develops a mathematical model for a physical, social, economic, or biological system. Numerical simulations are required for analyzing and studying the behavior of systems whose mathematical models are very complex, as in the case of nonlinear systems. Capturing the resulting uncertainty of models based on uncertain parameters and constraints in confidence intervals (1-D), or more generally (>1-D) confidence regions, is very common for expressing to which degree the computed result is believed to be consistent with possible values of the targeted observable. This book examines the different methods used in numerical simulations, including adaptive and stochastic methods as well as finite element analysis research. This work is accompanied by studies of confidence regions, often utilized to express the credibility of such calculations and simulations.

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Recent Advances in Numerical SimulationsEdited by Francisco Bulnes

Published: September 22nd 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.91589

ISBN: 978-1-83968-169-1

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-168-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83969-315-1

Copyright year: 2021

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1482 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Femtosecond Laser Pulses: Generation, Measurement and Propagation

By Mounir Khelladi

32

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2. Numerical Simulations of Detections, Experiments and Magnetic Field Hall Effect Analysis to Field Torsion

By Francisco Bulnes, Juan Carlos García-Limón, Víctor Sánchez-Suárez and Luis Alfredo Ortiz-Dumas

82

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3. A Monotonic Method of Split Particles

By Yury Yanilkin, Vladimir Shmelev and Vadim Kolobyanin

58

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4. Numerical Simulation Modelling of Building-Integrated Photovoltaic Double-Skin Facades

By Siliang Yang, Francesco Fiorito, Deo Prasad and Alistair Sproul

100

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5. Parameter Dependencies of a Biomechanical Cervical Spine FSU - The Process of Finding Optimal Model Parameters by Sensitivity Analysis

By Sabine Bauer and Ivanna Kramer

111

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6. A Numerical Simulator Based on Finite Element Method for Diffusion-Advection-Reaction Equation in High Contrast Domains

By Hani Akbari

65

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7. A Modified Spectral Relaxation Method for Some Emden-Fowler Equations

By Gerald Tendayi Marewo

97

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8. Numerical Modeling of Soil Water Flow and Nitrogen Dynamics in a Tomato Field Irrigated with Municipal Wastewater

By Ali Erfani Agah

71

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9. Determination of Values Range of Physical Quantities and Existence Parameters of Normal Spherical Detonation by the Method of Numerical Simulation

By Myron Polatayko

113

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10. On Statistical Assessments of Racial/Ethnic Inequalities in Cigarette Purchase Price among Daily Smokers in the United States: Non-Hispanic Whites Pay Least

By Julia N. Soulakova and Trung Ha

173

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11. Intensive Computational Method Applied for Assessing Specialty Coffees by Trained and Untrained Consumers

By Gilberto Rodrigues Liska, Luiz Alberto Beijo, Marcelo Ângelo Cirillo, Flávio Meira Borém and Fortunato Silva de Menezes

195

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12. The Periodic Restricted EXPAR(1) Model

By Mouna Merzougui

173

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13. Severe Testing and Characterization of Change Points in Climate Time Series

By James Ricketts and Roger Jones

31

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14. International Benchmark Activity in the Field of Sodium Fast Reactors

By Domenico De Luca, Simone Di Pasquale, Marco Cherubini, Alessandro Petruzzi and Gianni Bruna

86

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15. On the Determination of Molar Heat Capacity of Transition Elements: From the Absolute Zero to the Melting Point

By Ivaldo Leão Ferreira, José Adilson de Castro and Amauri Garcia

102

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