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By Thomas Szirtes Ph.D P.E.

ISBN-10: 0123706203

ISBN-13: 9780123706201

Utilized Dimensional research and Modeling presents the total mathematical historical past and step by step approaches for using dimensional analyses, in addition to a variety of purposes to difficulties in engineering and utilized technological know-how, reminiscent of fluid dynamics, warmth circulation, electromagnetics, astronomy and economics. This re-creation bargains extra worked-out examples in mechanics, physics, geometry, hydrodynamics, and biometry. * Covers four crucial facets and functions: - primary features of dimensional platforms - purposes of dimensional innovations in engineering, arithmetic and geometry - functions in biosciences, biometry and economics - purposes in astronomy and physics* deals greater than 250 worked-out examples and issues of ideas* offers exact descriptions of ideas of either dimensional research and dimensional modeling

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MATHEMATICAL PRELIMINARIES 21 · (a) Example 1-24 Given the system 5·x1 + 6·x2 + 7·x3 + 8·x4 = 0 2·x1 + 3·x2 + 7·x3 + 4·x4 = 0 3·x1 + 6·x2 + 8·x3 – 4·x4 = 0 3·x1 + 3·x2 – 7·x3 – 5·x4 = 0 How many selectable and dependent unknowns exist, and what is the solution of this homogeneous system? By (1-33) and (a) A= ΄ 5 2 3 3 6 7 3 7 6 8 3 –7 ΅ ΄΅ 8 4 ; –4 –5 x= x1 x2 x3 x4 (b) Thus, there are n = 4 unknowns, and m = 4 equations. The value of the determinant of matrix A is 99, which is not zero; therefore the rank of A is r = 4.

In order to minimize round-off errors, it is usually advisable to select a pivot which has the largest absolute value among the nonzero elements. An alternate approach is to select, if possible, “1” as a pivot. This will obviate the need to deal with fractions. We now introduce the notion of linear dependence. Definition 1-10. Vectors a1, a2, . . , ar are linearly dependent if there exist real numbers c1, c2, . . , cr not all zero such that c1·a1 + c2·a2 + . . + cr·ar = 0 Otherwise the set of vectors a1, a2, .

We have m = 4 equations and n = 4 unknowns. By (1-33) we write (a) in matrix form as ΄ 7 14 21 49 3 6 9 21 –7 –5 –14 –10 –21 –15 –49 –35 ΅΄ ΅ ΄ ΅ · x1 x2 x3 = x4 0 0 0 0 (b) Thus the coefficient matrix and the unknown column vector are ΄ ΅ ΄΅ 7 3 –7 –5 14 6 –14 –10 A= ; 21 9 –21 –15 49 21 –49 –35 x= x1 x2 x3 x4 (c) As a first step we must determine the rank of A. We will use the method expounded in Art. 3. Thus, we rename A to A1 and select “49” as the pivot (marked). Accordingly, ΄΅ ΄ · 7 343 147 –343 –245 1 14 1 686 294 –686 –490 – – ·[49 21 –49 –35] = A1 ᎏᎏ· A2 = A1 ᎏᎏ· 49 21 49 1029 441 –1029 –735 49 row of pivot 2401 1029 –2401 –1715 · pivot column of pivot ΅ =0 22 APPLIED DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND MODELING We note that the largest subscript of a nonzero A matrix is 1.

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