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A mathematical model for simulation of solute transport within the patient-artificial kidney system
The advent of the Middle Molecule Theory of Uremic Toxicity has introduced the need for hemodialyzers capable of efficiently removing metabolites with molecular weights between 300 and 2000. The rate at which these solutes ...
Analysis of multistory frames by the Kani's method of moment distribution, as programmed for the digital computer to perform elastic-plastic frame analysis
This thesis describes the use of the multistory frame analysis technique devised by Gaspar Kani. A computer program using the Kani method was written which includes P - Δ effects on sidesway and an elastic-plastic behavior ...
Employee travel at the Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport
This thesis presents an analysis of data that were obtained from the Employee Travel Survey made at the Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport (DFW) in May 1975 and a methodology for estimating DFW employee vehicular volumes ...
The effects of viscous crossflow on sharp front displacements in two-layered porous media
The effects of viscous crossflow may play an important role in the overall displacement of oil by water. This work seeks not only to determine when viscous crossflow is important but also to calculate its effects on vertical ...