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Brian G. Higgins
Demonstrations 121 - 134 of 134
Residue Curve in a Ternary Equilateral Diagram
Thermal Distribution in an Optical Fiber with Heat Source
Residue Curve Maps in a Triangular Ternary Diagram
Composition of Vapor and Liquid Phases for a Ternary Ideal Mixture
Dynamic Behavior of Three Tanks in Series
Structural Instability of a Supercritical Pitchfork Bifurcation
Steady States for a Dynamical System in 2D
Briggs-Rauscher Mechanism: The Chemical Color Clock
Bifurcation Diagram for the Three-Variable Autocatalator
Continuously Stirred Tank Reactor Using Arc-Length Parameter
Pulsatile Flow in a Circular Tube
Steady-States of a Nonlinear Chemical System Using the Arc Length Continuation Method
Reactor Steady States
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