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Demonstrations 381 - 400 of 500
Numerical Inversion of the Laplace Transform: The Zakian Method
Numerical Inversion of the Laplace Transform: The Fourier Series Approximation
Partial Diversion of a Stream through a Slot
The Residue Curve Map (RCM) of a Ternary Mixture at Various Pressures
Bifurcation Diagram for the Rössler Attractor
Regions of Feasible Distillate and Bottom Product Composition for an Ideal Ternary Mixture at 1 atm
Distillation Lines versus Residue Curves for a Mixture of Oxygen, Argon, and Nitrogen at 1 atm
Multistage Operation with Cold-Shot Cooling
Controlling Chaos on the Logistic Map
Computation of the Residue Curve Map
Side Capacity Model of Stagnancy in a Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactor
Pinch Composition versus Reflux Ratio for a Benzene-Ethylenediamine Mixture at 1 atm
Distillation Lines for a Mixture of Chloroform, Acetone, and Methanol at 1 atm
Dynamic Behavior of a Simple Canonical System
Adsorption Isotherms of Ethylene in NaX (Zeolite Structure FAU)
Residue Curve Map for a Mixture of Three Alcohols; Nature of the Singular Points
Optimization of the Rosenbrock Banana Function
High-Pressure Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data for a Binary Mixture: the Poynting Factor Correction
Comparison of Real and Plug Flow Reactors for a First-Order Reaction
The Belousov-Zhabotinsky Reaction
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