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Demonstrations 41 - 60 of 434
Hopf Bifurcations in a Nonlinear Two-Dimensional Autonomous System
Solution of a PDE Using the Differential Transformation Method
Phase Space of a Simple Pendulum
Temperature Distribution in Convective Fins with Variable Thermal Conductivity
Solution of a Boundary Value Problem Using the Differential Transformation Method
The Lorenz Map: Short-Term Predictability of Chaotic Systems
Analysis of Chromatographic Data
Stability of a Linear Two-Dimensional Autonomous System
Laminar Flow of a Power-Law Fluid in a Horizontal Pipe
Extractive Distillation Column to Separate Isopropyl Alcohol from Water
Distillation Column Calculation Incorporating Pressure Drop Effect
Flash Distillation of a Benzene, Toluene, p-Xylene Mixture
Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium for an Ethanol-Water Mixture
Impulse Response of Two and Three Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactors in Series: Exact and Approximate Solutions
Absolute Stability of an Integration Method
Residue Curves for a Reactive Ternary System
Analysis of an Extractive Distillation Column with Three Design Variables
Second-Order Reaction with Diffusion in a Liquid Film
Absorption with Chemical Reaction in a Semi-Infinite Medium
The Arnold Problem
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