Modeling general energy balance of systems

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Analyzing security issues in systems can depend on many parameters. The purpose of this paper is to develop a modeling that can be applied uniformly to all systems. For this purpose, a system of parameters that is found in every system is examined. The background to the research is the problem of safety. The topic is to examine the relationships between system components that determine the safety without the exact interpretation of safety. For standardization the modeling process is based on the philosophical main topics. Elements of the model can be derived from the abstract categories of human thinking. The study is based on cybernetics with energy modeling. That is, the general energy balance of the systems is tested. Further studies are based on the general system equation under the energy model thus generated. The general shape and special cases of the equation determine the types of system examinations.

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Albini, A., & Rajnai, Z. (2019). Modeling general energy balance of systems. In Procedia Manufacturing (Vol. 32, pp. 374–379). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.promfg.2019.02.228

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