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function [y] = CBE162HW1_Q2ODE( t,x ) %UNTITLED5 Summary of this function goes here % Detailed explanation goes here h= x(1); CA = x(2); k = (2.8*10^-4)*0.001; %L/mols MW = 50; %g/mol a = 1.5*10^-3; %m^(5/2)/s A = 10; %m^2 F = 0.003; %L/s CAin = 500; %mol/L y(1,1) = (F-(a*h^(0.5)))/A; y(2,1) = (F*(CAin-CA)/(A*h)) -( 2*k*CA^2);
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  • Spring '14
  • Harshad number, trange, UNTITLED5 Summary of this function

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