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Mark D. Normand and Micha Peleg
Demonstrations 81 - 100 of 121
Arrhenius versus Exponential Model for Chemical Reactions
Simulating Microbial Count Records with an Expanded Fermi Solution Model
Volume and Mass of a Spoonful of Powder
Pathogen Dose-Response Curves with the Beta Poisson and Lognormal Models
Lubricated and Frictional Squeezing Flow
Operation of an Ideal Belt Conveyor
Expanded Fermi Solutions in Pathogens' Dose-Response Curves
Characteristic Times in Accumulation and Decay
Dynamic Water Absorption by Foods
Equivalent Length of a Pipe with Fittings and Valves
Microbial Population Growth, Mortality, and Transitions between Them
Flow Curves of a Herschel-Bulkley Fluid
Survival Curves of Bacilli Spores with an Activation Shoulder
Frictional Pressure Drop in a Pipe
Mechanical Sensitivity of Soft Testing Machines
Five Definitions of Strain for Large Deformations
Refrigeration Cycle Coefficient of Performance
Heat Balance in Freezing and Thawing Food
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