WIT Press


Object-oriented Software System For Simulation Of Heat Transfer Problems

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/HT960491

Volume

12

Pages

9

Published

1996

Size

708 kb

Author(s)

N. Sczygiol, G. Szwarc & A. Nagorka

Abstract

Object-oriented programming is a modern method for software development. The basic reason of rapid progress in software technique, which is now taking place, is a tendency for reaching better efficiency and clarity of computer software while assuring higher data security. Each new defined type of data became related to the procedures which only are authorised to the change of their values. Such a combination of data and procedures which operate on them, forms in object-oriented programming languages the type of data called objects. Increase in efficiency in comparison with the structural programming is effected also by the so called inheritance^. In this paper implementation of the object-oriented technique to modelling the heat transfer proble

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