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Turbulent Mixing and Chemical Reactions
Introduction-Mixing and Reaction. Bulk Flow Patterns and the Selectivity of Slow Reactions. Fast Reactions and the Limits of Classical Methods. The Nature and Definition of Turbulence. Theory ofExpand
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Biological denitrification of drinking water using autotrophic organisms with H2 in a fluidized‐bed biofilm reactor
Biological denitrification of drinking water was studied in a fluidized sand bed reactor using a mixed culture. Hydrogen gas was used as the reaction partner. The reaction kinetics were calculatedExpand
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Online Engineering Education: Learning Anywhere, Anytime
The emergence of worldwide communications networks and powerful computer technologies has redefined the concept of distance learning and the delivery of engineering education content. This articleExpand
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The Effectiveness of Learning Simulations for Electronic Laboratories
This work investigates the efficacy of software simulations of electronic circuits laboratories to support beginning electrical engineering students. Experiment 1 was a formative evaluation of anExpand
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Interaction between chemical reactions and mixing on various scales
Abstract The way in which reagents are mixed can have a large influence on the product distribution of a chemical reaction. This has been analysed earlier when micromixing is the limiting mixingExpand
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Formation of oligosaccharides during enzymatic lactose hydrolysis and their importance in a whey hydrolysis process: Part II: Experimental
Enzymatic lactose hydrolysis using two yeast and two fungal lactases that are of current technical interest was studied. The enzymes were compared regarding their oligosaccharide production.Expand
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Mixing and the Selectivity of Chemical Reactions
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Formation of oligosaccharides during enzymatic lactose: Part I: State of art
Enzymatic lactose hydrolysis by β‐galactosidase (lactase) was investigated with respect to the formation of oligosaccharides. An analysis of the formation of oligosaccharides and their control isExpand
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The Olin curriculum: thinking toward the future
This paper has presented the initial vision of the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering’s ECE curriculum. Expand
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Net-Learning*: Strategies for On-Campus and Off-Campus Network-enabled Learning * Asynchronous Learning Networks (ALN)(1)
This paper examines the field of Asynchronous Learning Networks (ALN), also known as Netlearning or anywhere-anytime learning and considers which strategies are suitable for different types of institutions. Expand
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