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Fluid mechanics and particle transport in a channel with one porous wall: Application to membrane filtration
Fluid mechanics of a channel with one porous wall was studied from first principles as the initial step towards understanding polarization phenomena in membrane modules. A regular perturbation method was used to solve the ...
Transient heat and mass transfer in two monolith reactor passage geometries
Transient two dimensional mass and energy balance models of a monolith reactor are formulated and solved using a combination of analytical and numerical algorithms. The reactor passage has three distinct phases: the void ...
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 ...