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The fact that freeness is a static drainage measurement is not a problem for the in a dynamic model. Indeed the freeness is used as an initial input parameter. By looking in more detail at Eqs. (1) and (6), it can easily be seen that the CSF is used to calculate SFR and the SFR is then multiplied by the accumulation over the wire which does not have a constant value. The input parameters chosen to run the simulation are shown in Tables 1 and 2. The model has been validated by some data from a local paper mill.
2 describes the basic classes and linear algebra. 3. 300 O. Pantale´ / Advances in Engineering Software 33 (2002) 297–306 Fig. 1. UML diagram of the element class (simplified representation). derived classes depending on the type of the element needed. ). Templates are the fundamental enabling technology that supports construction of maintainable highly abstract, high performance scientific codes in Cþ þ . The use of OOP, and here the Cþ þ language, has been criticized because its computational efficiency is commonly believed to be much lower than the one of comparable Fortran codes.
The prediction of the software to some variations has been checked. The freeness has been considered as the most important parameter because it is the single parameter that best characterizes of the pulp suspension. The fact that freeness is a static drainage measurement is not a problem for the in a dynamic model. Indeed the freeness is used as an initial input parameter. By looking in more detail at Eqs. (1) and (6), it can easily be seen that the CSF is used to calculate SFR and the SFR is then multiplied by the accumulation over the wire which does not have a constant value.
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