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By Irving J. Dunn, Elmar Heinzle, Jiri E. Prenosil, John Ingham

It is a monograph on organic response engineering, meant for these excited about biotechnology, chemical undefined, and technical chemistry. It presents info had to research the behavour of complicated reactors utilizing mathematical equations and a dynamic simulation machine language. half 1 treats the basics of modelling (mass stability equations regarding response kinetics and mass-transfer rates), making them quite simply comprehensible to these new within the box. half 2 supplies forty five instance difficulties, whole with types and courses. The textbook additionally contains a diskette with a advertisement simulation language, which are run on any DOS computer.

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Note that the charge is buried more deeply here. This figure shows the final computed damage distribution. No spall damage has occurred near the surface because of the increased depth of burial. Figure 6. 0 ms in computer simulation of Experiment 79-10. The contour level and plot dimensions are the same as in Figure 1. Note that the bottom of the charge is at the same depth as in Experiment 79-8 (Figures 1-4), but the charge is larger and extends closer to the free surface. The shallower effective depth of burial has resulted in the formation of a crater-shaped damage region, much as was observed in the corresponding field experiment.

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Note that the charge is buried more deeply here. This figure shows the final computed damage distribution. No spall damage has occurred near the surface because of the increased depth of burial. Figure 6. 0 ms in computer simulation of Experiment 79-10. The contour level and plot dimensions are the same as in Figure 1. Note that the bottom of the charge is at the same depth as in Experiment 79-8 (Figures 1-4), but the charge is larger and extends closer to the free surface. The shallower effective depth of burial has resulted in the formation of a crater-shaped damage region, much as was observed in the corresponding field experiment.

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