The use of multi-equation models in the analysis of dynamic processes in marine diesel engines
 
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Publication date: 2012-11-01
 
Combustion Engines 2012;151(4)
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Contemporary empirical research on combustion engines are processed based on the theory of experiment. Available software applications analyzing the experimental data commonly utilize multiple regression models, which enables studying of the effects and interactions between input values of the model and a single output variable. Using multi-equation models gives free hand at analyzing measurement results because it enables analysis of the effects and interaction of many output variables. It also allows analysis of the measurement results during dynamic processes. In this paper the author presents advantages of using a multidimensional regression model on the example of research conducted on engine test stand.
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