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Homework5_S11 - STAT 496, Spring 2011 Homework Assignment...

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STAT 496, Spring 2011 Homework Assignment #5, Due by Thursday, March 10 1. A factorial experiment is performed to determine the importance of four factors on the efficiency of a distillation column that is used to separate two chemical compounds. The four factors are: A – Relative Volatility that is used to compare the vapor pressures of the components of a liquid mixture and is used to express how easy a chemical mixture can be distilled, B – Bottom Composition that indicates the ratio of one compound to the total volume of the two components at the bottom of the distillation column, C – top Composition that indicates the ratio of one compound to the total volume of the two components at the top of the distillation column, and D – Feed Composition which is the ratio of the two components where they enter the system. The sixteen combinations of these four factors, each at two levels, are run in a completely randomized design. The factors and levels are given below. Factor
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course STAT 496 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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Homework5_S11 - STAT 496, Spring 2011 Homework Assignment...

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