Leonard E. Schwer

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The quantified comparison of transient response results are useful to analysts as they seek to improve and evaluate numerical models. Traditionally, comparisons of time histories on a graph have been used to make subjective engineering judgments as to how well the histories agree or disagree. Recently, there has been an interest in quantifying such(More)
Question: Are the sometimes lengthy and costly processes of verification and validation really necessary? Consider the following scenario that perhaps you can relate to first hand. A project review meeting is taking place and the project manager needs to make a critical decision to accept or reject a proposed design change. A relatively new employee,(More)
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