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Mathematica Applications in Chemical Engineering

Brian G. Higgins
Organization: University of California, Davis
Department: Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
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illustrates how Mathematica can be used in chemical engineering. The notebooks were written to augment various chemical engineering classes (junior, senior and graduate) at UCDavis. Topics include applied mathematics, nonlinear dynamics, separation processes,thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and bioinformatics. There is also a section on the use of webMathematica for interactive calculations.

*Engineering > Chemical Engineering
*Science > Chemistry
*Science > Physics > Fluid Mechanics
*Science > Physics > Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics

chemical engineering, fluid mechanics, applied mathematics, heat, transfer, bioinformatics, thermodynamics
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