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Steady-States of a Nonlinear Chemical System Using the Arc Length Continuation Method
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Gibbs Free Energy Minimization Applied to the Haber Process
Production of Syngas Using Coal-Steam Reactions
Combustion Reactions in a Furnace
Operation of an Ethane Steam Cracker
Arc-Length Continuation Applied to the Haber Process
Local Solution of a Nonlinear ODE Using a Power Series Expansion
Particle Swarm Optimization Applied to the van de Vusse Mechanism
Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium for Binary Mixtures Containing Acetone
Particle Swarm Optimization for 2D Problems
Particle Swarm Optimization for 1D Problems
Simple Batch Distillation of an Ethanol-Water Mixture
Two-Step and Four-Step Adams Predictor-Corrector Method
The Law of Corresponding States for Hydrocarbons: the Two-Phase Region
Cascade of Two Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactors with Recycle
Distillation-Column Product Purity as Function of Feed Thermal Quality
All Real Roots of a Nonlinear System of Equations
Seader's Method for Real Roots of a Nonlinear Equation
Reactive Distillation Using Arc Length Continuation
Nonisothermal Effectiveness Factor (The Weisz and Hicks Problem)
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