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Chemical Engineering Education (CEE)

2014 Volume 48, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Interactive Mathematica Simulations in Chemical Engineering Courses

    John L. Falconer & Garret D. Nicodemus

    Interactive Mathematica simulations with graphical displays of system behavior are an excellent addition to chemical engineering courses. The Manipulate command in Mathematica creates on-screen... More

    pp. 165-174

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  2. Class and Homework Problems: The Break-Even Radius of Insulation Computed Using Excel Solver and WolframAlpha

    Greg Foley

    A problem that illustrates two ways of computing the break-even radius of insulation is outlined. The problem is suitable for students who are taking an introductory module in heat transfer or... More

    pp. 185-189

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