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C. , "VECNET: A Simulation Pro­ gram for 3-D Mechanical Systems'1, Proceedings (abstract only) 3rd Canadian Congress of Applied Mechanics (CANCAM), Univer­ sity of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, 1971. 17. , Simulation of Dynamic Mechani­ cal Systems Using the Vector Network, 16 mm/colour/sound mo­ tion-picture film, University of Waterloo, 1972. Distributed by Canadian Film Institute, Ottawa, Canada. 18. J. and Andrews, G . C , "Visual Simulation of Dynamic Three^Dimensional Systems Using the Vector Network", tion, Simula­ Vol.

Systems, the integral of velocity is displacement ferential form is acceleration; is impulse. In mechanical while its dif­ the integral of force, of course, In hydraulic systems, the integral of pressure is pressure impulse or fluid volume. while the integral of fluid flow is fluid Finally, in thermal systems, the integral of heat flow (or entropy flow) is heat content (or entropy); apparently, there exists no recognized counterpart of the of temperature. ) To exhibit the similarity of the constitutive laws in these four different fields, we make use of the diagrams shown in Figs.

Which Generally, the tree of a graph means a tree that contains all the nodes of the graph; at least one such tree can always be found. Relative to any given tree, each of the remaining branches of the graph is called a and the collection of all links comprises the co-tree plement» or link tree-com­ Fig. 5a shows a typical linear graph -- with one possible choice of tree depicted by solid lines in Fig. 5b, the links being drawn as broken lines. (a) (b) Fig. 5 - Linear Graph with Typical Tree-Link Assignment Another useful concept is that of a cutset', this is any set of branches which, when removed from the graph (by cutting) separates the graph into two or more disconnected parts.

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