Colorado State University
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
CBE 333: Chemical and Biological Engineering Lab I
The mechanical energy balance is applied to fluid flow in two experiments. One experiment
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School of Economics, The University of New South Wales
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I see, I remember;
I do, I understand.
CBE 442: Separation Processes
Homework Assignment #1
Due: Friday, September 2, 2016
*Note: only some problems will be graded
1. Seader/Henley/Roper 4th Ed. Problem 1.20
2. SHR4 Problem 2.20
3. SHR4 Problem 4.33
4. Your boss has given you the task of desig
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Optimization and Quadratic Forms
Suppose we have a (nonlinear) cost function, F : Rn,1 ! R, that evaluates the
relative costs associated with quantities x = [x1 x2 xn ]T . We would like to find
the values x for which F (
x) is a minimum. What
The question we want to answer now is the following:
If A is not similar to a diagonal matrix, then what is the simplest matrix that A
is similar to?
Before we can provide the answer, we will have to introduce a few definitions.
Definition: A square matri
Estimate Parameters in Linear Models
Suppose we have a linear model that maps parameters to predicted quantities (or system states): T ( ) : Rm,1 ! Rn,1 . We can represent this map by
the linear system:
f =A .
We will perform an experiment in which we
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Homework C .
Loading Data .
Design Matrix .
Easy Way to find the parameters .
Ordinary Differential Equations
D. For the system:
(a) Find the transition matrix (t, t0 ).
(b) Sove the initial value problem:
with f =
and y(0) =
, and plot the solution.
E. Find a fundamental matrix
Empirical correlations are equations that relate physical quantities for processes that
are geometrically similar. The steps in developing a correlation are: (1) write down
the physical quantities that are important for the pr
CBE 521 DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
Suppose you would like to develop a correlation to determine the force exerted by the flow of fluid external to a solid body. Choose the significant
physical quantities to be the force exerted on the body (F ), the f
Gram-Schmidt for functions: Legendre polynomials
S. G. Johnson, MIT course 18.06, Spring 2009 (supplement to textbook section 8.5)
March 16, 2009
Most of 18.06 is about column vectors in Rm or Rn and m n matrices. But we observed early on that
there are m
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t = linspace(0,1,50);
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