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Analysis of engineering system by means of graph representation
Building the corresponding graph representation F 67 SC F O E D 215 SC FF P 2 16 G F G SC PP P 1 B O 17 A 121 SC PP E A 14 A SC FF P P 2 12 C D O 15 F G B O 1,2 O 3,5 O V 16 - initial velocity
Choosing the spanning forest 67 SC FF P P 1 B O A G O F G i E D 121 SC PP 215 SC FF 11 17
Dividing into two groups of edges – E F and E
Building two auxiliary subgraphs. G is obtained by removing the edges of E F P B O A F G i 11 GG
P 1 G O i E D 17 Building two auxiliary subgraphs. G F is obtained by contracting the edges of E B O A F G P G O E D 17 GFGF
Constructing the analysis equations in accordance with the two graphs and the spanning forest
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