11.11 A mixing process consists of a single stirred-tank
instrumented as shown in Fig. E11.11. The concentration of a
single species A in the feed stream varies. The controller attempts
to compensate
11.11 A mixing process consists of a single stirred-tank
instrumented as shown in Fig. E11.11. The concentration of a
single species A in the feed stream varies. The controller attempts
to compensate
Designing Gene Primers for Gene Cloning: Step-by-Step
Review of DNA that will help with the design of Genes
DNA is made of chemicals linked together.
When DNA sequences are reported they are reported
ChE 519 Biochemical Engineering
Homework #5A
Due Monday, March 7th
Complete After 2/19/2016 class
Keasling JD. Synthetic biology and the development of tools for metabolic engineering.
Metabolic Engin
ChE 519 Biochemical Engineering
Homework #4 Part B
Due Friday, Feb 19th
Protein Evolution / Mutagenesis
Read: DNA shuffling of a family of genes from diverse species accelerates directed
evolution by
Non linear(material balances) fit better than linear models(FOPDT) if the system ( like most) is
non linear
Step test: 2 pulses in opposite
directions
tauI-controller reset time
PI controller:
Adv- no
% sample problem for KMC
clear all
% A->B
% s: 1-A, 2-B
% r: 1- A->B, k1=1
% Mw of A = B 100;
s(1,1)=1000;
s(2,1)=0;
mw=[100;100];
k(1)=1;
%VNA= number /molecular weight
VNA = sum (s(:,1)./mw);
r=rate
CHE 541Homework 3
Problem -1 (not required/graded)
I encourage you to read and understand the attached Matlab script lufact2 that adds scaling and pivoting to
the LU decomposition function.
Problem 1
CHE 541 Winter 2011Homework 9 SolutionDue 4/4/11
Problem 1
The 1-D convection equation is written as:
u
u
+c
= 0.
t
x
(1)
Here, c is the wave speed. You will solve this PDE on the domain from x = 0 to
CHE 541Homework 8 Solution
Problem 1
1
In class we found the criteria d = t/x2 2 for the FTCS solution of the the 1-D heat equation:
ft = fxx . Find the condition for the 2D (ft = fxx + fyy ), and 3D
CHE 541Homework 7 Solution
Problem 1
The temperature prole of a nonpremixed ame can be approximated by
2T
T
+ S ( ).
=
t
2 2
Here, S is a reactive source term. The left boundary corresponds to pure a
CHE 541Homework 6Solution
Problem 1
Nuclear reactors generate heat by ssion in tubes. The following second order ODE describes the temperature
distribution in a cylinder with internal heat generation:
CHE 541 WinterHomework 5
Problem 1
Solve the following ODE using the explicit Euler, implicit Euler, and modied midpoint methods. Use a
stepsize of dt=0.2, 0.4, 0.8, and 1.6. Compare the results graph
CHE 541Homework 4
Problem 1
Solve chp 3 problem 53 of Homan (p. 184) using the multi-dimensional Newtons method with the starting
guess x = 1, y = 2. Report the number of iterations required to reduce
CHE 541Homework 3
Problem -1 (not required/graded)
I encourage you to read and understand the attached Matlab script lufact2 that adds scaling and pivoting to
the LU decomposition function.
Problem 1
CHE 541
Homework 2 Solution
Problem 1
Single and double precision mantissas have 23 and 52 bits, respectively. Ignoring exponents, compute the decimal machine precision
as the dierence between 1.0 and
CHE 541
Homework 1Basic Programming
Problem 1
Write a Matlab program to compute the solutions to the quadratic equation. The program should
prompt the user for the coecients a b c of ax2 + bx + c = 0.
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Turns Table A 13. Used to calculate Cp, h, s for products at product temperature T R T range CO CO2 H2 H OH H2O N2 N NO O2 O CH4 C2H4 CO CO2 H2 H OH H2O N2 N NO O2 O CH4 C2H4 300-1000 300-1000 300-100
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Computer Aided Design Methods
Matlab Tutorial
1
Overview
Matlab is a programming language suited to numerical analysis and problems involving vectors and matricies.
Matlab =