Delays & Convolutions

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Models Illustrating the Use of Delay and Convolution Elements

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  • Moving Discrete Items

    This simple model illustrates how to move discrete items from one state to another.

  • Delay Discrete Change with Vector Times

    Delay a discrete change with a vector of delay times using a Reservoir and Information Delay. The reason this is needed is because the Discrete Change Delay does not allow non-scalar delay definitions.

  • Pond Flow Network

    The purpose of this model is to demonstrate the use of GoldSim elements to represent a flow network of multiple storage elements that distribute water for water use. Water enters the system via "Inflow_Data".

  • Earthquake Response

    Computation of building displacement or response to the signal created by earthquake ground motion using a Convolution element

  • Trucking Shipments

    This example combines both continuous and discrete dynamics to model the transport of a material by truck to a dock where the material is loaded onto ships.

  • Salmon Life Cycle

    This is a simple model that simulates the life cycle of a salmon population as it migrates from the stream, to the ocean, and back to the stream. Although the data and model structure are fictional, it does provide a simple example of how such a model could be constructed.

  • Computing Warranty Costs

    This model illustrates how to use the Convolution element to compute cumulative warranty costs.

  • Inventory Management

    A simple inventory management model that illustrates the structural differences between how such a model is constructed in GoldSim, and how it would be constructed using a classic System Dynamics code.

  • Discrete Model for Manufacturing

    This model describes a manufacturing process with the following stages: (1) casting, (2) pre-finish, (3) ‘solution oven’ heat treatment, (4) ‘aging oven’ heat treatment and (5) a finishing process.

 

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