# Gyrolite

Gerald, C. F. and Wheatley, P.O., 1984. Applied Numerical Analysis, 3rd edn. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA. [c.68]

The use of a uniform scale in partial pivoting can also significantly reduce round off eiTors (Gerald and Wheatley, 1984). [c.201]

Gerald, C. F. and Wheatley, P. O., 1984. Applied Numerical Analysis, 3rd edn, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA. [c.207]

SOLVER Assembles elemental stiffness equations into a banded global matrix, imposes boundary conditions and solves the set of banded equations using the LU decomposition method (Gerald and Wheatley, 1984). SOLVER calls the following 4 subroutines. [c.212]

P. L. Williams. G. Jou. F. Albericio, and E. Giralt. Tetrahedron Lett.. 32. 4207 (1991). [c.419]

U.S. Pat. 3,456,028 (July 15, 1969), C. G. Gerhold and D. B. Broughton (to UOP). [c.425]

U.S. Pat. 2,985,589 (May 23, 1961), D. B. Broughton and C. G. Gerhold (to Universal Oil Products Co.). [c.304]

U.S. Pat. 3,192,954 (fuly 6, 1965), C. G. Gerhold and D. B. Broughton (to Universal Oil Products Co.). [c.304]

Gerald W. Becker Warren C. MacKellar Ralph M. Riggin Victor J. Wroblewski Lilly Research Laboratories [c.199]

H. W. Grote and C. F. Gerald, Chem. Eng. Prog. 56(1), 60 (1960). [c.491]

E. P. Ohveto and C. Gerold, Org. Synth. 31, 17 (1951). [c.304]

M. L. Batchelder, ed., 1989 NPRA Question and Answer Session on Eefmery and Petrochemical Technology, Gerald L. Farrar Assoc., Tulsa, OHa., pp. 76-77. [c.220]

Gerald Wasserman Howard D. Stahl Warren Rehman Peter Whitman [c.392]

Gerald J. Hahn General Electric Company [c.525]

U. Muller, H. Reichert, E. Robens, K. K. Unger, Y. Grillet, F. Rouquerol, J. Rou-querol, D. Pan, and A. Mersmann, Fresenius Z. Anal. Chem., 333, 433 (1989). [c.677]

J. Rouquerol, F. Rouquerol, Y. Grillet, and M. J. Torralvo, in Fundamentals of Adsorption, A. L. Myers and G. Belfort, eds., Engineering Foundation, New York, 1984, p. 501. [c.678]

P. L. Llewellyn, Y. Grillet, F. Schuth, H. Reichert, and K. K. Unger, Microporous Mat., 3, 345 (1994). [c.682]

The main concepts of the finite element approximation and the general outline of the weighted residual methods are briefly explained in this chapter. These concepts provide the necessary background for the development of the working equations of the numerical schemes used in the simulation of polymer processing operations. In-depth analyses of the mathematical theorems underpinning finite element approximations and weighted residual methods are outside the scope of this book. Therefore, in this chapter, mainly descriptive outlines of these topics are given. Detailed explanations of the theoretical aspects of the solution of partial dilferential equations by the weighted residual finite element methods can be found in many textbooks dedicated to these subjects. For example, see Mitchell and Wait (1977), Johnson (1987), Brenner and Scott (1994) and, specifically, for the solution of incompressible Navier-Stokes equations see Girault and Raviart (1986) and Pironneau (1989). [c.18]

Girault, V. and Raviart, P. A., 1986. Fmite Element Methods for Navier-Stokes Equations, Springer-Verlag, Berlin. [c.68]

Gerald, C. F. and Wheatley, P. O., 1984. Applied Numerical Analysis, 3rd edn, L ddison-Wesley, Reading, MA. [c.250]

Draw a cumulative probability curve p(x) vs. a for finding an electron within any given radius. The curve resembles an ogive or S-shaped curve common in chemical applications, but it is flattened at the top owing to the non-Gaussian nature of the square of the Is wave function. An extension of this project is to set up probability limits so that critical radii can be generated that contain the electron with a probability of 0.1, 0.2,. ..0.9. When these radii are known, probability contour maps can be drawn (Gerhold, 1972). Draw the appropriate contour map for the hydrogen atom. What is the probability of finding an electron between a and 2a, [c.23]

J. Rouquerol, S. Partyka and F. Rouquerol, 7. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans. /, 73, 306 (1977) J. Rouquerol, F. Rouquerol, C. Peres, Y. Grillet and M. Boudellal, in Characterisation of Porous Solids , Proc. Int. Symp. 1978 (eds. S. J. Gregg, K. S. W. Sing and H. F. Stoeckli), p. 107, Soc. Chem. Ind., London (1979). [c.107]

Yeasts" in ECT 1st ed., Vol. 15, pp. 195—219, by W. J. Nickerson, Institute of Microbiology, Rutgers University and A. H. Rose, University of Birmingbam, England "Yeasts" in ECT 2nd ed., Vol. 22, pp. 507—554, by George I. deBec2e, St. Thomas Institute for Advanced Studies "Yeasts" in ECT 3rd ed., Vol. 24, pp. 771—806, by Gerald Reed, Amber Laboratories, Inc. [c.395]

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