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System Dynamics for Environmental Engineering Students

By Andra Blumberga, Dagnija Blumberga, Gatis Bažbauers, Pål Davidsen, Erling Moxnes, Ilze Dzene, Aiga Barisa, Gatis Žogla, Elīna Dāce and Alise Ozarska

Abstract

In 1961 the American meteorologist Edward Lorenz discovered the so-called Butterfly Effect. He observed that a minuscule change in the wind and weather conditions in one area of the world (for example, the flapping of a butterfly's wings in Brazil) could potentially influence the formation of a radically different weather even in another part of the world (such as a tornado in Texas), which would not have otherwise formed on its own. This widely- known metaphor expresses one of the qualities of dynamic systems, namely, that small changes in the system's initial parameters can cause significant long - term variations in the system

Topics: systemdynamic, renewable resources, models
Publisher: Rīgas Tehniskās universitātes Vides aizsardzības un siltuma sistēmu institūts
OAI identifier: oai:ortus.rtu.lv:9980
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