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Volumetric properties of gases at low temperatures by the Burnett method
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Adsorption studies on clays
The object of the present work has been to study the adsorption of hydrocarbon vapors on various types of clays, and to learn from this adsorption study the relative importance of various factors, both chemical and physical, ...
Estimation of rock properties by NMR relaxation methods
Two often used permeability models, which are based on logarithmic mean of relaxation time distribution and irreducible water, were examined. The model based on irreducible water was found to be more suitable than the model ...
Application of back-propagation neural networks to the modeling and control of multiple-input, multiple-output processes
Certain properties of back-propagation neural networks have been found to be useful in structuring models for multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) processes. The network's simplicity and its ability to identify the ...
A study of the fluid mechanics and the cultivation of mammalian cells in a magnetically stabilized fluidized bed bioreactor
The culture of anchorage dependent mammalian cells on microcarrier offers an attractive avenue for achieving high productivity of therapeutic and diagnostic proteins in bioreactors. Reducing production costs require high ...
In vivo phosphorus-31 and carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to study cellular metabolism
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has emerged as a valuable tool for engineers for noninvasive, real-time studies of cellular metabolism. Two applications of NMR for studying cellular metabolism were investigated in ...