The Demonstration of Using Singularity Theory and Dynamic Singularities

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เทียนสิริ เหลืองวิไล


The purpose of this article is to demonstrate the process of using Singularity theory and dynamic singularities to investigate the generic solution behaviour of dynamical systems. The idea of this technique is used to predict all possible solution behavior. It is widely used in many fields such as industry, engineering and research fields. This technique provides the overview solution behavior before doing real experiment. It is safer and less expensive for experimenters. Therefore, this method will be very useful for future research in Royal Thai Air Force. It can be used in many of RTAF research fields such as rocket fuel, explosive, airplane wing, airplane frame.

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เหลืองวิไล เ. (2018). The Demonstration of Using Singularity Theory and Dynamic Singularities. NKRAFA JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 13, 113–139. Retrieved from
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