A mathematical model is an equation or set of equations used to predict the behavior or performance of some machine at a specified set of conditions. Thus, when we say that the force (F) is calculated by multiplying a cylinder pressure (P) times its piston area, and its speed (v) is calculated by dividing the input flow by the cylinder area, we are in fact using the ideal math model of a cylinder...
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