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Shoe Box 01

wmstroup
This is a model of the change in temperature of a shoe box placed in an environment.  Changes in the design of the box can change the thermal conductivity of the box. Data from shoe box can be entered and compared to model as a way to determine (relative) thermal conductivity.

Heat Flow Energy Shoe Box

  • 7 years 2 months ago

QC_02

wmstroup
Rate still sets the Flow, but the Rate is a Sketch.  Run Sim and then open Rate, Sketch a new graph, and Run Sim again.  How does the Rate Graph (or Flow) relate to the Amount?  Faster positive rate does what to amount graph? Negative rate? ...

Sketch Rate Amount

  • 7 years 9 months ago

QC_03

wmstroup
Sketch Varying Rate to determine flow into Amount, then this determines (is) flow into Amount 2. What are the relationships

Sketch Rate Amount

  • 7 years 9 months ago

Causal Loop - Elmore More

wmstroup
Activity: Use causal loop diagram to represent how the system is supposed to work based on Elmore quote.  Then, according to Elmore, what is missing?  How might the model be modified to include what Elmore says is missing?

Causal Loop Systems Elmore

  • 8 years 2 months ago

Z Clone of Sterman Model (2002)

wmstroup
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.

Sterman System Dynamics

  • 8 years 2 months ago

Causal Loop - Elmore (1)

wmstroup
Activity: Use causal loop diagram to represent how the system is supposed to work based on Elmore quote.  Then, according to Elmore, what is missing?  How might the model be modified to include what Elmore says is missing?

Causal Loop Systems Elmore

  • 8 years 2 months ago

Gap_01

wmstroup
This model of student movement through a (high) school can be used to explore the consequences of various schedules, or plans, for increasing student outcomes to meet Annual Yearly Progress (AYP) over 12 years.  The target converter at the top of the model allows graphical or tabular values to be en

School Reform AYP

  • 8 years 2 months ago

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