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Mathematical modeling: case studies from industry

Cumberbatch, Ellis and Fitt, Alistair (eds.) (2001) Mathematical modeling: case studies from industry, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 299pp.

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1. Fluid mechanical modeling of the scroll compressor Peter D. Howell; 2. Determining the viscosity of a carbon paste used in smelting Alistair Fitt; 3. The vibrating element densitometer Ellis Cumberbatch; 4. Acoustic emission from FRP damages hoop-wrapped cylinders D. Rex Westbrook; 5. Modeling the cooking of a single cereal grain Kerry A. Landman and Mark J. McGuinness; 6. Epidemic waves in animal populations: a case study Britta Basse and Graeme C. Wake; 7. Dynamics of automotive catalytic converters Donald Schwendeman; 8. Analysis of an endothermic reaction in a packed column Andrew C. Fowler; 9. Simulation of the temperature behavior of hot glass during cooling Helmut Neunzert, Norbert Siedow and Frank Zingsheim; 10. Water equilibration in vapor-diffusion crystal growth Arnon Chait, Elizabeth Gray and Gerald W. Young; 11. Modeling of quasi-static and dynamic load responses of filled viscoelastic materials H. T. Banks, Gabriella A. Pintér, Laura K. Potter, Michael J. Gaitens and Lynn C. Yanyo; 12. A gasdynamic-acoustic model of a bird scare gun Sjoerd W. Rienstra; 13. Paper tension variations in a printing press Colin P. Please.

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Published date: 2001


Local EPrints ID: 40569
ISBN: 0521650070
PURE UUID: d97cd90c-abac-42bf-a42b-c1f2a4a89447

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Date deposited: 24 Jul 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:34

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