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By Iftekhar A Karimi, Rajagopalan Srinivasan

ISBN-10: 0444595058

ISBN-13: 9780444595058

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Panoskaltsis, A. C. N. Pistikopoulos 1717 A Control Engineering Perspective of Calcium Homeostasis Christopher R. K. Achenie, Babatunde A. Ogunnaike 1722 Hemodynamics of cerebral micro vasculature Ian Gopal Gould, Thomas Marinnan, Maurice Chojecki, Masood Qader, Brian Henry, Mohammed Pervais, Nicholas Va aitis, Yiyi Zhu, Aaron Rogers and Andreas Linninger 1727 Medical Image-based Systematic Design of Human Gene Silencing Therapies Ying Hsu, Ashty Karim, Andreas Linninger 1732 Author Index xxxiii Preface The International Symposia on Process Systems Engineering (PSE) have been a triennial tradition since 1982.

The lower heating value heat of combustion (product water remains as a vapor) per carbon atom can readily be estimated from the average "oxidation state" of carbon in the fuel which is turn can be estimated from the molecular formula and considering the constituents in the fuel that will be converted to a mass of water upon combustion. With this scheme, it is readily seen that the heat of combustion per carbon atom of natural gas is about twice that of coal, and that of most liquid hydrocarbon fuels lies about half way in between.

Related Literature The demand shaping approach we discuss in this paper has connections to several problems in related literature streams. Ervolina and Dietrich (2001) describe an application of the implosion technology for order promising in a configure-to-order (CTO) manufacturing environment. Building on this approach, Dietrich et al. (2005) develop a deterministic implosion model that identifies suitable product configurations for an Available-to-Sell process that consume the most surplus inventory and require minimal additional component purchasing costs.

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