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Brian G. Higgins
Demonstrations 101 - 120 of 130
Edgeworth Expansion for Near-Normal Data
Particle Position Distribution Using a Brownian Dynamic Simulation
Integral Evaluation Using the Monte Carlo Method
Thermodynamic Properties of Acetylene Using Cubic Equations of State
Solution of the Laplace Equation Using Coordinates Fitted to the Boundary Conditions
Transient Heat Conduction with Temperature-Dependent Thermal Conductivity
Breaking the Azeotrope between Cyclohexane and Benzene Using Aniline
Locus of a Pressure-Sensitive Binary Azeotrope
Locus of Binary and Ternary Azeotropes in Chloroform-Methanol-Acetone Mixture
Fanning Friction Factor for Smooth and Rough Pipes
Start-up of Poiseuille Flow in a Newtonian Fluid
Concentration and Temperature Profiles in an Axially Dispersed Adiabatic Tubular Reactor
Reaction-Diffusion in a Drop Using Orthogonal Collocation
Solving Stefan-Maxwell Equations Using Orthogonal Collocation and Shooting Method
Mass Transfer with Reaction in a Spherical Drop
Residue Curve in a Ternary Equilateral Diagram
Thermal Distribution in an Optical Fiber with Heat Source
Residue Curve Maps in a Triangular Ternary Diagram
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