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simulate

verb act, copy, counterfeit, fabricate, feign, imitate, make believe, mock, play-act, pretend, represent
Associated concepts: simulated conveyance, simulated sale, simulation
See also: copy, counterfeit, disguise, fake, feign, forge, imitate, impersonate, misrepresent, mock, pose, pretend, profess, reflect
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Consequently, it simulates an array of physical processes affecting ice crystals, not just the water vapor diffusion that Reiter included.
In addition, mission-specialized pods are hung underneath the Lear aircraft which allow the jets to simulate the electronic signatures that potentially hostile aircraft represent to Navy ships and ground controllers.
Models can also simulate materials that have been envisioned but not yet created.
Also, there were structural tests that bent and flexed the wings and cabin, and pressure tests that compressed the cabin--numerous fatigue tests that run through an enormous number of cycles to both simulate actual performance in service, such as takeoffs and landings, and to show the state of the aircraft after 20-plus years of use.
Features include a database of eight materials, an automatic meshing function, ability to simulate stretch-blowing, and an interface to Ansys structural-analysis software.
Our original motivation was not to simulate magnetic field reversals.
The 17-year-old used his own desktop computer to simulate a neutral network that directed a simulated robotic arm to "see" and catch a simulated bouncing ball.