Chemical engineering education

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Chemical engineering education
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CEE
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Chem. eng. educ.
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1960-June 1964 ; v. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 1965)-
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Publication suspended briefly: issue designated v. 1, no. 4 (June 1966) published Nov. 1967.
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Chemical Engineering Education
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Feature Articles
18 Chemical QnaiMe&utuj, /Iw&uL jHectuSie. -/970
Photochemical Processing: Photo decomposition of Pollutants in Water, /. M. Smith
37 Polymer Science and Engineering at Tennessee, J- L. White
Departments 3 Editorial
3 Letters from Readers 8 The Educator
Professor Octave Levenspiel
12 Departments of Chemical Engineering
Expanding Frontiers at Clarkson, D. 0. Cooney
The Laboratory
24 Real-time Computing in the University,
D. G. Fisher 30 A Facility for Education in Real-time
Computing, /. H. Christensen and P. M.
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32 A Real-time Computer Control Facility at the University of Florida, A. W. Wester-berg and R. C. Eschenbacher.
44 International Chemical Engineering
Impressions of Engineering Education in the Southern Tier, L. E. Scriven
51 Book Review
52 The Curriculum
Specialization in Fine Particle Technology, Clyde Orr, Jr.
16 News
50 AlChE Annual Reports
Education and Accreditation Committee, S. G. Bankoff
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION is published quarterly by the Chemical Engineering Division, American Society for Engineering Education. The publication is edited at the Chemical Engineering Department, University of Florida. Second-class postage is paid at Gainesville, Florida, and at DeLand, Florida. Correspondence regarding editorial matter, circulation and changes of address should be addressed to the Editor at Gainesville, Florida 32601. Advertising rates and information are available from the advertising representatives. Plates and other advertising material may be sent directly to the printer: E. O. Painter Printing Co., P. O. Box 877, DeLeon Springs, Florida 32028. Subscription rate U.S., Canada, and Mexico is $10 per are $3 each. Copyright (c) 1971, Chemical Engineering Division of American Society
for Engineering Education, Ray Fahien, Editor. The statements and opinions expressed in this periodical are those of the writers and not necessarily those of the ChE Division of the ASEE which body assumes no responsibility for them. Defective copies replaced if notified within 120 days.
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from the EDITOR
Should CEE be Discontinued?
One of our readers questions "the wisdom of publishing Chemical Engineering Education."
His reason (see Letters section) is that "the magazine is so obviously a quality publication, it will no doubt attract all of the papers pertaining to chemical engineering education, whereas previously many of these papers would have been published in . journals such as Chemical Engineering Progress." Consequently, he argues, the practitioneers in industry will be less aware of educational trends, thereby widening the industry-academic gap.
The editor has replied as follows:
"My immediate answer is that practically all the papers we have published so far would not have been published by CEP. . And, I believe that most faculty members would state that CEE fills an important professional need that other journals do not. Furthermore, I do not believe that abolishing CEE would enhance your quite desirable objective of getting educational matters before the practicing engineer.
It seems to me that what is needed, instead of abolishing CEE, is to make it easier for practicing engineers to see it. One way to accomplish this would be to ask the AIChE to co-sponsor CEE and have it sent at modest cost to engineers in industry. Another way, which we have considered, would be to send one or more copies to each local section to be read by their officers and to be used in career guidance work.
I certainly do agree with you that we should do all that we can to alleviate the industry-academic gap and keep graduate engineers abreast of new developments in education. In fact, I have often suggested that the articles we have published dealing with newer developments in education would be much more understandable to the practicing engineer than many of those in the technical journals. What do you think of the idea of promoting Chemical Engineering Education among industry as a medium of communication and of continuing education?"
In keeping with the above suggestion, CEE is planning to publish reports of various AIChE committees that deal with educational matters. We begin in this issue with a report from the Educational and Accredition Committee; future issues will contain reports from the AIChE Educational Projects, Continuing Education and Career Guidance Committees. Through the publication of these reports and of our educational articles, we hope that we can encourage engineers in industry to read CEE. While financial support from the AIChE Is very unlikely at this time, we would welcome AIChE assistance in bringing
the possibility of subscription to CEE to the attention of its members.
On the other hand the larger question raised by the reader who wrote us cannot be ignored. With CEE now beginning its fourth year of publication at the University of Florida, we feel that it is time to ask ourselves and our readers whether they feel that CEE should be discontinued. We are encouraged that many of the departments that have responded to Professor Churchill's letter soliciting bulk subscriptions have greatly increased the number of copies orderedalthough many others have not replied. We are also pleased that, thanks to the yeomen efforts of Professor Jim Weber and his Publication Board, our advertising income may exceed expectations; we should have the financial resources to publish this year. However we would be pleased to see comments from our readers on whether we should continue publication, and, if so, on how we can better serve both the professor and the engineer in industry. R.W.F.
from our READERS
Discontinue CEE
Sir: I have recently been wondering about the wisdom of publishing CHEMICAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION and would like to solicit your viewpoints on the subject. You and the others who have been associated with the publication in recent years have done an outstanding job and certainly deserve the highest of compliments.
It is not the quality of the magazine that causes my concern, but rather its impact on the chemical engineering profession. As a matter of fact, it is my impression that the improved quality of the magazine may be its greatest weakness. Now that the magazine is so obviously a quality publication, it will no doubt attract all of the papers pertaining to chemical engineering education, whereas previously many of these papers would have been published in other chemical engineering journals such as Chemical Engineering Progress. I feel that the real strength in any profession lies in its interest in education of new members of that profession. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that the practitioners of that profession be constantly aware of educational trends and changes. Recent presentations by Max Peters and committee activities, such as the Wilke Committee, sub-
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stantiate this proposition and also indicate concern throughout the AIChE for this ever-increasing gap.
I am sure that some industrial engineers will read Chemical Engineering Education, but I suspect that it is so small as to be insignificant. The proposition that the publication should be discontinued, after you and others have invested so much work and effort into it, will probably not receive enthusiastic support. An alternative solution might be to select some of the more significant papers from Chemical Engineering Education and have them reprinted in Chemical Engineering Progress. Although I am personally opposed to duplicate publications in this fashion, I feel that it might represent a solution to a problem that now exists.
Roy Foresti, Jr., Chairman The Catholic University
Havens-Starling comment on Lee
Sir: The paper "Transport Phenomena Equations of Change" by V. J. Lee which appeared in Chemical Engineering Education, Summer 1969, pp. 126-128, elicits a reply.
First, because of several typographical errors, the development is rather hard to follow. We call attention to the repeated jumbling of the Greek letter p for density and the letter, p, for pressure in Equations 7, 9, 15, 16, 17, 19 and 20. In the following discussion we have rewritten several of Lee's equations, with appropriate corrections for typographical errors, and have identified them with the same equation number used in his paper. Equations not taken from the paper are labeled consecutively with capital letters.
Of more concern than typographical errors is the misinterpretation of the fundamental, thermodynamic definition of heat. For example, Lee states that multiplication of his Equation 19)
|2 T- j: Vv V-qJ p(V-v)
(19)
(20)
which "is the familiar first law of thermodynamics for a closed system . ," He defines gQ implicitly from Equation (19) as follows
sq
t: Vv V-q
6VAT
(A )
by SVaT yields
wherein "the terms in the square bracket are rate of heat generation due to friction and rate of energy transfer to the system mainly as heat . ." Lee's definition for 80, is not consistent with the thermodynamic definition of heat. The concept of heat has meaning only at the boundary of a system; it is a transfer quantity. Lee's misuse of the term "heat" can be seen more clearly from his total energy balance Equation (16), for a closed system:
a
Dt
pi5V(l/2 v + 4 + U)
II
v(np) dS
Ik
(n'T) dS +
If.
(16.
A more introspective (for reasons to be discussed later) form of Equation (16) is
6V
+ p4 + pU
(np) dS
(B)
where on the left-hand side, pv, $ and U are the local density, mass average velocity, potential energy and internal energy respectively, instead of "mean values" for the volume element, SV, as implied in Lee's Equation (16). Equation (B) is a statement of the first law of thermodynamics for a closed, nonreacting, nondiffusing system in which the nonequilibrium stress tensor _g (sometimes described as a dynamic pressure) has been expressed as
[pI + i]
(c)
where p is the hydrostatic pressure, I_ is the unit second order tensor and _r is a second order tensor involving velocity gradients. According to thermodynamic principles, in Equation (16) or (B) must denote the heat flux vector at the boundary of the system. Therefore, Lee's contention that q must "denote the rate of energy dissipation per unit surface area of all forms of energy including heat flux as a major form" is incorrect.
The first law of thermodynamics states that the total energy of a closed system can only be altered by heat and work transfers across the boundaries. Therefore, for Equation (16) or (B) to be valid, each term on the R.H.S. must be identifiable as either a heat or a work transfer; dissipation or production terms are meaningless in the total energy balance for a system in which relativistic effects are absent. It is clear from Equation (16) or (B) that the boundary of the system (taking the system to be the volume, SV) has been arbitrarily taken at an interface where a presumably identifiable force (as calculable from fi) results in a corresponding motion of the boundary. Thus, the sum of the first and second terms on the R. H. S. of Equation (16) or (B) represents a work transfer, so the second term should not be associated with heat (as Lee has suggested). The ultimate consequence of the work transfer involving the tensor t insofar as giving rise to "dissipation effects" in the system is of no concern to the total energy balance of Equation (16) or (B) since any phenomena taking place (even an infinitesimal distance) away from the boundaries of the system are completely irrelevant. Thus, whereas the first two terms on the R. H. S. of Equation (16) or (B) account for all mechanical work transfers, the third term accounts for all heat transfers. Many examples could be cited from the literature where indiscriminate identifications of heat and work transfers have precipitated erroneous conclusions.
Part of the difficulty in interpretation of the individual terms contained in the energy equation can be attributed to insufficient attention to the physical significance of terms involved in mathematical manipulations. During the limiting or conversely the integrating process of calculus, the location of the boundary of the system may be changing; consequently the identifi-
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cation of different types of energy transfers may be undergoing change. For example, let us apply the Reynolds transport theorem to Equation (B). Note that Equation (B) must hold for any arbitrary volume element SV. Consider the limit of the resulting equation as the magnitude of SV approaches zero; thus
lim
4V-K)
8o ( 2 + $ + U) dS
5t
6V
jjv-np dS + Jjv-(n-T)
dS + k*n dS
(D)
Quoting Gibbs/1) "The surface integral of (a vector) A for a closed surface bounding a space dV infinitely small in its dimensions is V*A dV." Therefore Equation (D) can be written as
2
dV + V-py dV
+ V- (v-T)dV + V'3 dV
or, equivalently (dividing by dV),
(E)
5t[+* + D]
pv V-(T-y) V'a
(17)
Note that throughout the limiting process leading to Equation (17), q is the heat flux vector at the surface of the diminishing system (SV) under consideration. The term V*2. dV in Equation (E) should be interpreted as the integral of the heat flux vector over the surface of this inflnitesmal volume element dV. This interpretation is consistent with the identification of heat in the first law of thermodynamics as a transfer quantity, (energy transfer due to a temperature gradient at the boundary) having meaning only at the boundary of the system under consideration.
By subtracting the equation of change for potential energy and kinetic energy from Equation (17) and utilizing the identity
V-(t-y) v(V-t) + t: Vy
we arrive at Lee's Equation (19),
p (V-y)
(19)
To get an internal energy balance equation for a closed system SV, we integrate (19) to get
t: Vv dV
p(V-y)dV
(F)
ItJjJ PUdV=" JJ ' dS
Since the surface integral involving q accounts for all heat transfer, the second term on the R. H. S. of Equation (F) cannot be associated with heat.
In view of the serious inconsistencies in the development of Section IV of the subject paper, the final statement, that "Equation 20 confirms the self-consistency of the derivation," is invalid.
Another point of criticism is directed at the starting point for Lee's development of the equations of change
xGibbs, J. W., Scientific Papers, Vol. 2, Dover Publications, p 32.
*Correction: change dS to dV on L.H.S.
for mass, momentum and internal energy. Lee implicitly defines the system as "the infinitesimal fluid element, SV, in motion." He further specifies that the velocity of the volume element, SV, is v. This specification of velocity is ambiguous. First of all the volume element must be arbitrarily specifiable to pave the way for a valid development of the local equations of change from a balance equation as has been done, for example, in proceeding from Equations (8) to (9) and (16) to (17). Lee's specification requires consideration of the velocity v as a mean value over the volume element SV. Similar difficulties arise with the density, p, the potential energy, $, and internal energy U. For this reason we resorted to rewriting Lee's Equation (16) as Equation (B). The latter equation is obtained by defining velocity, first, as the mass average velocity corresponding to the theory of continua. Then, and only then, the system to be considered can be defined by fixing its location at some time and specifying its boundary velocity for all times thereafter. If the system boundary is defined as moving with the local mass average velocity, the system is a Lagrangian system; in the absence of diffusion it becomes a closed syseem.
The purpose of this critique is to call attention to common misapplications of thermodynamics in analyzing continuous systems. In so doing, we hope that we do not discourage authors, such as Lee, in their efforts to achieve "formalistic simplicity" and "expose the conceptual continuity from the Newtonian equation of body motion to the continum motion of fluids." With respect to these two objectives, Lee's efforts are to be commended.
Jerry A. Havens Kenneth E. Starling University of Oklahoma
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"Science and the application of science are worthwhile activities on which to spend a lifetime."
This feature article was contributed by Professor T. J. Fitzgerald, Oregon State University.
Oregon State's
OCTAVE LEVENSPIEL
Once there lived in the far-off land of China a wealthy merchant who had thirteen children. The eleventh child who was the eighth son was named Octave (of course). He was schooled in the magic arts of the Orient, boy scout craft, French, German and such other unlikely things as a young Shanghai boy was expected to learn. At least this is the way the story sometimes goes when you ask him.
This investigation gives a much smaller number for the children in the familyprobably only onealthough the community included his uncles and his cousins and his aunts. Documentation is difficult since the stories grow more elaborate with the passing of time, and because pertinent documents have long age been absorbed into the omnivorous filing cabinets which Professor Leven-spiel maintains. Withdrawal from these files is similar to what computer people call random access : all items are equally difficult to retrieve, and the probability of finding any given document or paper decreases with each new item accumulated. As a result this article is based mainly on the collected stories of relatives, colleagues, and former students.
The real Mr. Levenspiel was not a merchant but was (and still is) a civil and mechanical engineer. There was in those days a rather large European community in Shanghai with its own system of schools, restaurants, and Chinese servants. It was in this community that Octave was brought up, attending a German grammar school, an English high school and a French university.
It is worth retelling two incidents which occurred while Octave attended Araura University in Shanghaithe first because it had a significant effect on Octave's career; the second because it was an early public display of life long passion to excell, sometimes even in bizarre pursuits.
Octave failed his freshman year of studies you passed or failed the entire year of course workand thus required either to repeat the entire year or take up chemical engineering. After what was undoubtedly a painful period of soul searching, Octave took up chemical engineering.
Later on in his college career he set a new record in a physics class which probably has not been matched to this day. The preparation for this feat was difficult, almost dizzying at times, requiring almost an hour of concentrated effort and labored breathing, but the results were spectacular: he managed to hold his breath one time for a full five minutes and twenty-five seconds!
In 1946 Octave came to the United States and spent a year completing his undergraduate education at the University of California at Berkeley and then moved to the chemical engineering department at Oregon State University where he worked for Jess Walton to obtain a master's degree in 1949 and Ph.D. in 1952. During this period he helped organize the first soccer team at Oregon State. This led to his promotion of the boycott of a restaurant that would not accommodate all the members of the multiracial team. There is a rumor that Octave majored in square dancing while at Oregon State. Investigation has shown that indeed he did spend a lot of time at
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it, and became proficient even as a square dance callerbut his academic interests stayed closer to chemical engineering. There was an occasional venture into the world of pure mathematics. His proof of the famous four color problem of topologywhich asserts that it is possible to color a map using only four colors so that no adjacent areas have the same colordates from this period. He has never been able to get a mathematician either to agree that the proof is correct, or to state what's wrong with it.
Following his completion of graduate studies at Oregon, Octave returned to Berkeley where he worked in metallurgy as a junior research engineer at the Engineering Research Institute. No doubt a significant factor in Octave's decision to return to Berkeley was the abundance of Chinese restaurants in the San Francisco area.
Octave claims to look upon food primarily as a fuel, and chooses restaurants according to how much food per dollar they serve. If you like rice dishes, Chinese restaurants always come out near the top. And so they are the center of much of Octave's social life. It was at such a restaurant with an intimate gathering of friends in 1952 that Octave formally announced his marriage to Mary Jo. Smiley. "Wife," he said, as a button popped off his shirt, "sew that back on."
Octave and Mary Jo then set off on a grand camping trip honeymoon. As they came upon universities in their travels, Octave would drop in on the chemical engineering department, say a few words, and wait for them to offer him employment. But no one did. In those days Octave travelled faster than his reputation. Finally Jess Walton invited him to return to the Oregon State chemical engineering department for a while as an assistant professor.
Octave and Mary Jo returned to Corvallis and bought a small house on a hill that overlooks the town, and Octave spent the next two years teaching chemical engineering and a potpourri of game theory, statistics, and thermodynamics.
It is not clear just when his interest in Chinese chess, Japanese chess, and Korean chess and, who knows, Manchurian chess was developed, but it is safe to assume that he always considered these games as an integral part of the teaching profession.
. . he could toss and catch a boomerang fifty-seven times in succession . the Eastern United States Boomerang Throwing Champion.
. . Octave spent a year at Cambridge steeping himself in the traditions of unhurried research, afternoon tea, and English food.
The "Committee and Boomerang Period" (1954 to 1958) began when Octave moved to Bucknell University where he continued his career of teaching and innovating and became involved in thirteen different committees. It was time to set a new record. Not happy with the limited number of committees available, he took up boomerang throwing. In no time at all he could toss and catch a boomerang fifty-seven times in succession. This is no mean trick and probably is the basis for his reputation as the Eastern United States Boomerang Throwing Champion. It is significant that the title has never been disputed.
During his spare time he published some articles in the field of reactor design that produced a veritable avalanche of papers. In one he introduced the topic of moment analysis. He also published some papers on subjects not so directly
"Wife sew that button back on."
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Octave slew the monster of chemical kinetics and produced a book which was appealing to undergraduates.
related to chemical engineering, including one which studied movement in zero gravity fields, and a few on statistics.
The next move occurred in 1958. Octave showed up at ITT in Chicago in late August to find out about his new appointment. The Dean of Engineering claimed to know nothing about it, and the department head, Dr. Ralph Peck, had not yet returned from seclusion in the north woods of Minnesota.
But things did get settled and Octave began the ambitious project of writing a book on chemical reactor design. In the following years much of Octave's time was spent researching the battle of Trafalgar and the effect of Sex and Sin on reaction, topics that were ultimately consolidated into the book Chemical Reaction Engineering. With this fresh approach Octave slew the monster of chemical kinetics and produced a book which was appealing to undergraduates. The book has been adopted as a text by more than one hundred schools in North American and is available in Czech, Rumanian, and is also available in a less expensive soft cover version outside the United States
In 1963 Octave was appointed a senior N.S.F. post-doctoral fellow and travelled to Cambridge where he spent a year steeping himself in the traditions of unhurried research, afternoon tea, and English food. During the same year the substantial article "Patterns of Flow in Vessels" was published in volume 4 of Advances in Chemical Engineering, co-authored with Ken Bischoff, who had done his graduate research with Octave at IIT.
From 1964 until 1968 Octave returned to IIT, wrote another book, this one co-authored with Daizo Kunii, called Fluidization Engineering, and sharpened up his game of Chinese chess.
He should have worked on squash.
In 1968 Octave went back to Cambridge as a Fullbright fellow and was beaten 46 times in a row at squash by J.C.R. Turner. In a final flurry of gamesmanship Octave won the 47th game, and retired from the sport.
In 1969 Octave returned with his family to Oregon State University. He now lives in a large
. . He should have worked on squash . .
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house on a hill that overlooks most of Corvallis, scarcely a block from the small house he lived in when he first taught at Oregon State. In the intervening years he has become something of a legend in chemical engineering. He has been honored as an outstanding lecturer by the American Society For Engineering Education and Sigma Xi, and has presented talks and lectures to professional and industrial groups too numerous to mention. His book Chemical Reaction Engineering has effectively added a new and most important area to chemical engineering education.
Once asked why he wrote a book on reaction engineer he replied, "I flipped a coin versus ther-mo; chemical reaction engineering lost." In fact it didn't.
Octave is now working on a second edition of this book which hopefully will be even more clear than the first.
Perhaps his best book hasn't been written yet. From the beginning of his career Octave has been strongly interested in the philosophy of science, and has flirted with the idea of writing an introductory text on this subject for all physical science and engineering students.
The goal of the book would be to convince students, as he long ago convinced himself, that "science and the application of science are worthwhile activities on which to spend a lifetime."
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CLARKSON
DAVID O. COONEY
with the assistance of the staff
Clarkson is a private, independent, non-sectarian, co-educational institution, located on a 700 acre campus in Potsdam, New Yorka small community in the St. Lawrence River Valley lacking the modern touches of air pollution, traffic congestion, and urban blight. We have access to several Metropolitan centers, particularly Montreal and Ottawaboth within approximately a hundred-mile distance from Potsdam. We are also on the boundary of the Adirondack State Park, the largest public park in the nation. Within 10 miles of Clarkson are located three other college institutions. Total enrollment in the four area colleges exceeds 11,000. Thus, our immediate area presents ample academic, cultural, and recreational facilities.
Founded in 1896, Clarkson currently has approximately 2700 students, about 200 of whom are graduate students. The PhD is offered in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering Science.
Clarkson, and its ChE Department in particular, has always produced a large number of undergraduate engineers. This year we awarded 44 BS degrees, 14 graduate degrees and had research expenditures of about one-half million dollars. The total number of sophomores, juniors, and seniors in our department is presently about 200, an all-time high, and it appears that as many as 100 freshmen may choose chemical engineering
as their future course of study. The fact that the number of recruiters interviewing our students each year has consistently exceeded the sizes of our senior classes attests to the high quality of our graduates. For example, during the last five years the excess of recruiters over seniors has averaged nearly 20%. Currently our graduate and research programs are beginning to feel the impart of a $590,000 NSF Departmental Development Grant.
NSF DEPARTMENTAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT
Through the persistent efforts of Herman Shulman, former chairman of ChE, an active graduate program was developed in the late 1950's. Development of the program was viewed as an important and desirable goal, not solely for its own value, but as an important adjunct to a vigorous and well-taught undergraduate program. In 1965, the first PhD's in ChE were awarded. In the same year, Bill Gill became chairman and promoted further the development initiated by Shulman. In 1967, carefully documented long range plans for departmental expansion were submitted to the National Science Foundation. The resultant Departmental Development Grant, awarded in 1969the second given by NSF to a ChE department:has enabled us to grow from 10 faculty members in 1968 to 14 in 1970. We expect to have 22 faculty members and 100 graduate students by 1980. Recent changes in the military draft and cut-backs in national research funding may somewhat affect our time schedule but hopefully will not strongly inhibit the realization of these goals. Generation of new ideas and programs essential to expansion will be aided by
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the fact that we have a faculty with diverse backgrounds and interests.
In order of arrival the faculty are:
Herman Shulman is currently Dean of the Graduate School, Vice President of the College, and Dean of Engineering.
Bob Cole has been actively engaged in research on nucleate pool boiling and bubble dynamics.
Tom Ward's major interest is process control, but he has worked in the areas of ion exchange, clay mineralogy, the properties of liquid, and stream pollution.
Joe Estrin is continuing his research on nucleation phenomena, particularly secondary nucleation.
Gordon Youngquist has worked on the equilibria and kinetics of adsorption of gasses on ion exchange resins, etc.
Bob Shaw, a nuclear engineer, does research on water purification by reverse osmosis.
Bill Gill has done both theoretical and experimental work on various aspects of transport phenomena, particularly convective diffusion.
Dick Nunge's research emphasis is on convective transport phenomena.
Ken Lu has been involved in studies of phase equilibria at high pressures and stability analysis.
Jim Davis does research in heat transfer and fluid mechanics associated with two-phase flow.
Andrew Burke's primary research interests have been in corrosion and atmospheric pollution.
David Cooney has developed programs in various biomedical and biological transport topics.
John Beamer's interests are optimization and systems modeling, with applications to environmental and societal problems.
Joseph L. Katz has made a major contribution to the field of nucleation phenomena.
Drs. Burke, Cooney, Beamer, and Katz are the faculty members who have been added as a direct result of the expansion called for by the Development grant. The research interests of these people have expanded the breadth of our research and teaching efforts considerably. New courses in air pollution, electrochemical phenomena, high temperature gas dynamics, biomedical (engineering, optimization, systems simulation, and statistical mechanics have been generated. Such courses have added considerably to the evolution of a dynamic undergraduate program.
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM
During the last year, our undergraduate engineering curricula underwent complete revamp-ment. Our heretofore rigid programs, with a plethora of time-consuming laboratory courses and only four electives, were reorganized. Fewer, better, and more relevant laboratory courses, combined with reductions in the number of required
courses, now give us a curriculum with much greater flexibility. This also has allowed us to split some of our larger classes into smaller sections, in which greater interaction, discussion, and personal attention are possible. Our undergraduates now are taking a lesser number of courses (124 credit hours vs. 140 before, for graduation), but they are able to delve much more deeply into them. Rather than specifying exactly their 3rd Physics course, their 5th Math course, etc, we now simply require any suitable additional course in these areas. In the four year program, 17 electives are allowed, of which we limit six to Humanities and Social Sciences, one to Physics, one to Math, two to the Materials Science-Electrical Science-Mechanics elective areas, and three to any science or engineering curriculum, with the remaining four being completely unrestricted. The large freedom of choices now offered will enable students to pursue various programs depending on their own career objectives, e.g., environmental applications, industrial (management oriented), industrial (technically oriented), graduate school, etc. Our chemical engineering program still requires all of those courses normally considered to be indispensible, for example: stoichiometry, stage-wise operations, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, kinetics, chemical engineering laboratory, and process design.
. . a curriculum with much greater flexibility . .
The new curriculum is also designed to permit easy transfer of students from two-year colleges into our program at the junior levelan option which is becoming of increasingly greater importance.
An exciting addition to our freshman year program has been a Uvo-course sequence in relevant engineering design. This is part of a new experimental "Creative Engineering Systems Design Program" supported by a $200,000 grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, spearheaded by George Leppert, Chairman of Mechanical Engineering. This program will give all of our engineering students an opportunity to receive design education throughout their undergraduate work. The program is computer-oriented and provides for a variety of experiences such as formal course work, independent study, team design projects, seminars, and close contact with faculty. Experts in various areas where engineering is related to social and environmental prob-
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lems are brought in to deliver timely lectures to the freshmen. Some typical topics have been "Computer Simulation of Societal Systems," "The Relationship of Overpopulation to Engineering," "Urban Transportation," and "Conservation and Pollution." A considerable portion of the Sloan Grant has been used to provide partial support for an extensive time-shared computer system for our undergraduates.
The development of this program was motivated, in part, by the feeling among high school and college students that engineering education is failing to relate adequately to society's real problems. A great deal of emphasis in this program is placed on working on society's complex problems by the systems design approach.
Clarkson's location in a rural county makes it an ideal area in which to study societal and urban problems on a "pilot plant" scale. Further, by determining the factors governing migration from rural areas, it may be possible to make them more attractive and reverse the traditional migrational flow, thus alleviating urban problems. We feel that the flexibility of the program and its orientation toward current problems are important steps toward meeting the challenge of educating today's student. Incidentally, a number of professors in our own department are handling discussion sessions of the freshman design course in an effort to interact with and counsel, during their critical first year, those freshmen who have indicated a preference for Chemical Engineering.
Another new prospect in the undergraduate program, being developed by Drs. Burke and Beamer, is a program in "Social Engineering." This four year program would include courses in Social Science, Engineering, Economics, and Management and hopefully would develop technical personnel with the social background and sensitivity to attack effectively many of our country's more pressing socio-technical problems.
The recent cry for relevance and teaching excellence which has been raised on all U.S. campuses has inspired us to search actively for ways in which we might further improve our teaching. A formal procedure for teacher evaluation, using questionnaires developed by groups such as the ASEE, has been instituted and the results will be included in all actions related to salary raises, promotion, tenure, etc. Many of our staff participated last summer in an ASEE-sponsored "Effective Teaching Institute." Additionally, we employ
complete videotape facilities to aid us in seeing our own lectures as the students see them.
Another aspect of our emphasis on excellence in our undergraduate program is a continuing series of Student Orientation sessions, developed in conjunction xoith our honorary ChE fraternity, Omega Chi Epsilon. Aimed primarily at freshmen and undecided sophomores, programs dealing with "what does a chemical engineer do?", "what educational training does a chemical engineer need?", etc. have helped to guide the career decisions of our younger students (these, incidentally, have abated attrition and drop-out problems to a significant degree). This program also seems to have encouraged our upper classmen, for several of our seniors have recently set up their own student counseling system, in which they have offered to talk to any interested persons concerning courses and similar subjects. Many of the particular students involved in this activity are engaged in our Undergraduate Research Participation (URP) program, and have offices and lab space in our building.
The URP program has been active since 1950 and has received NSF support six of the last
. . being developed ... is a program in "social engineering.". .
seven summers. Normally, six NSF-supported participants are involved each summer for 12 weeks. Participants are initially selected before their senior year, enabling them to carry over their work into the academic year, for which undergraduate thesis credits are given. Additionally we usually have another six students engaged in academic-year projects which are sponsored by the departmentso that at any one time as many as 12 students may be doing independent research. The success of this program has been outstanding, perhaps because the students are carefully selected with respect to ability and motivation and because faculty involvement has been extensive. Specific measures of the quality of our URP program have been evidenced by the success of our undergraduates in Regional AIChE Student Conferences, in which several schools meet, exchange ideas, and present research papers. Last year, in a conference attended by several schools with strong ChE departments, Clarkson students swept the first three places. In the previous year, in a similar competition at the University of Buffalo, a paper won first prize.
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Additional undergraduate success has been achieved in the AIChE Student Contest Problem competition in process design. Clarkson students have won two first prizes, and one second prize, one third prize and nine honorable mentions (the last one in 1969). We feel that these successes reflect on the quality of our whole undergraduate program inasmuch as excellence in both independent research and in comprehensive process design depend directly on skills and knowledge acquired during the whole course of study.
We are encouraged by these indications that our efforts in the undergraduate area are of value. However, we feel that somehow our accomplishments in this sphere have hinged on the recent great strides in our graduate program.
GRADUATE AND RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
The graduate programs of the School of Engineering are organized along four main lines: Fluid and Thermal Sciences, Systems Analysis, Solid Mechanics, and Socio-Environmental Engineering. A majority of our own staff is aligned with the first group, as might be expected.
Graduate student enrollments of less than 10 during the first three years of the past decade show, by comparison to the present 45 how we have grown in this respect. The factors which gave the greatest impetus to expansion of our graduate program were the institution of the PhD program in our department in 1961 (along with Chemistry and Physics), and the vigorous leadership of Bill Gill.
Our Master's program requires a research thesis, and, like most of our research, is strongly oriented towards engineering science (as opposed to "pure" science). While the program is demanding, the students feel it is well worth the effort. We strive to have every MS thesis result in work of publishable quality, and we feel that the level of excellence of our MS degree is well above average. For those students who do choose to continue on for a PhD (22 of our current 45 graduate students are intent on working to the PhD), the amount of extra effort required beyond the MS is consequently not as large as it would be at many schools. The strength of our Master's program gives a tremendous head start towards the PhD. It should be mentioned, with respect to our research, that all projects are oriented towards educating our students via theses. We undertake no contract work aimed at testing or developing specific products or processes. All of our studies
Gill (Left)
Cooney (Right)
i0k
deal with basic engineering and scientific fundamentals.
One interesting graduate research project which has been funded recently under NSF's new program "Interdisciplinary Research Relevant to Problems of Our Society" is a study entitled "A Quantitative Model of Agropolis." Bill Gill and John Beamer are two of the five faculty members working on this project. The objective of this program is to make a predictive computer simulation model of St. Lawrence County, the county is which Clarkson is located. This will involve developing a selected set of quantitative indices to describe the state of the county (population, economics, quality of life characteristics, etc.) and creating a model to predict future changes in the county and its relationship to the rest of the world. While this research is not traditional for chemical engineers, it involves familiar analysis and modeling techniques and reflects our increasing concern for, and commitment to, societal and environmental problems.
A striking index of the increasing activity of our research programs is the steady growth in funds expended for chemical engineering research over the past feiv years. The monetary levels of research activity in these last few years compare favorably with most of the large established departments throughout the country. Evidence that these funds have attracted and active and scholarly research faculty is at least partially reflected by the number of papers published (or in press) by the faculty in major refereed journals155 in the last five years (88 published while at Clarkson and 67 published while elsewhere). During this same period, our faculty members presented 57 papers at technical conferences and meetings and delivered 46 invited seminars.
Some specific items which we also feel have added directly to our graduate and research programs include:
Engineering Science Seminar Program, in which about 10 distinguished lecturers per year are invited to Clark-
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son. Some recent visitors have included Sir Geoffrey Taylor, R. Bellman, E. M. Sparrow, H. Brenner, C. Sleicher, D. D. Perlmutter, D. J. Wilde, and S. Corrsin.
Distinguished Visiting Professorships, partially supported by NSF last year, which allowed us to have two scholars of international repute, Dr. Eli Ruckenstein of the Polytechnical Institute, Bucharest, Rumania and Dr. T. Brooke Benjamin, FRS, of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at Cambridge University, England, reside with us last year (for one full and one half year, respectively).
Writing the "Fluid Dynamics Review," published annually in Industrial & Engineering Chemistry. Since 1966, Cole, Davis, Estrin, Gill, and Nunge have been involved.
The presence at Clarkson of the Institute of Colloid and Surface Science has been of great value also in promoting research interaction in areas of mutual interest. Founded in 1965, the Institute has 27 members, of which 7 are chemical engineering faculty. Members include many distinguished scientists who are authorities in colloid chemistry, surface phenomena, and solid state physics.
Facilities which said our research projects include an IBM 360/44 computer, recently updated by the addition of more input/output capability. This machine is accessible to all of our students and faculty. A whole range of research tools include a Philips electron microscope, a six inch Mach-Zehnder interferometer, high speed photographic facilities, a Pace TR-48 analog computer, a sub-critical nuclear reactor, high pressure reactors, hot-wire anemometer equipment, and various chromatographic and analytical devices. New physical plant facilities, in the form of a $5.5 million Science Center to be completed in the spring of 1971 will permit a great expansion of all departments in terms of office, lab, and classroom space. ChE will take over all space currently occupied by the other departments in our present building.
Additionally, one new development which may lead to greater interdisciplinary effort and research on problems of general societal and environmental importance is the recent formation of a four college consortium linking Clarkson with the State University College at Potsdam, St. Lawrence University, and the State Agricultural and Technical College at Canton. Hopefully, the various strengths of each member of the consortium can be coordinated and brought to bear on problems of significance. This is one of a great variety of factors which will play an important part in our future plans.
HOPES AND PLANS FOR THE YEARS AHEAD
Clarkson always has been, and always will be, a major source of undergraduate engineers. Our primary responsibility will continue to be the maintenance of a strong and contemporary undergraduate curriculum. Our graduate program, still in its early years, has shown great vigor, and has proven itself a producer of high quality advanced-degree personnel and research results, as well as a valuable direct influence on our undergraduates and their curriculum.
Our experience urges us without reservation toward our 1980's goal of 22 staff members and
Professor Robert D. Cole demonstrates the use of a motion analyzer interphaced with a card punch system. The apparatus will be used in an analysis and computations laboratory soon to be activated by the Department of Chemical Engineering at Clarkson College of Technology.
100 graduate students. With the help of the Development grant we will strengthen our staff by adding two new faculty members in the near future. Specifically, we believe that greater representation in the areas of heterogeneous catalysis, control and systems analysis (especially as related to reaction engineering), and experimental rheology would be valuable. Moreover, as a young department (average age of 37 with a range of 27 to 48), we feel that additions at the associate and full professor level would help.
If the present shortage of graduate students and research funds is reasonably temporary, we anticipate being able to generate sufficient enrollments and support to carry us forward after the initial phase of our expansion is over. We are ready, willing, andwe trustable to continue to expand our frontiers at Clarkson.
news
Columbia, Mo. Dr. James R. Lorah, former chairman of Chemical Engineering at the University of Missouri-Columbia has retired with a status of emeritus professor.
Ames, Iowa Dr. George Burnet, Head of ChE at Iowa State University, has received this year's Iowa CitizenChemical Engineering Award. This annual award is presented by the Iowa Section of AIChE to honor and recognize the Iowan who has achieved excellence in the chemical engineering profession and who has made a significant contribution to society through his work in civic, church, or similar type social institutions. The award consists of an engraved plaque plus a check for $200.
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PHOTODECOMPOSITION OF POLLUTANTS IN WATER
1970 Auumd Jlectule
Presented at the ASEE Annual meeting, this award is sponsored by the 3M Company.
J. M. SMITH
University of California Davis, California
rpHROUGH THEIR CONCERN for both chemi-cal and physical processes chemical engineers are ideally suited for solving water-pollution problems. Yet they have not been involved wholeheartedly in the design and operation of water treatment plants, particularly those of the municipal type. Fortunately, this situation is changing. On the industrial side, chemical and petroleum refining plants are examining their effluent streams for effects on the environment. Chemical engineers are asked to develop processes for economically separating or chemically removing contaminants from waste streams. For example, water from phase separators employed in petrochemical processes may contain oxidation products (acids, phenols, ketones, aldehydes) in ppm quantities. While heretofore such streams might be discharged into rivers or lakes, pollution restraints now require that these contaminants be removed. This cleanup of industrial wastes is progressing at a fast rate, usually with chemical engineers already employed in the plant assigned to the technical problems involved. This provides a stimulating opportunity to apply well-established chemical engineering principles to a new area. If a chemical reactor is to be used, concentrations of reactants are strangely small and analytical procedures oftentimes lacking or of inadequate accuracy. This contrasts markedly with conventional reactors where producing a product in high concentration is the objective. Nevertheless, economic considerations probably are of critical importance in the removal process for it is a cost that presumably will be added to the prices of the products of the plant.
Chemical engineers have been slower to become involved in municipal water purification, perphaps because they were not already on hand as was the case in industrial pollution problems. However, current developments are making it progressively easier for engineers with chemical training to make contributions in municipal wastewater treatment. First, the federal govern-
ment is providing resources for research and development that were unavailable from municipalities. Second, the advent of tertiary treatment processes has meant that the feed streams (effluent from the secondary process) are better identified and less subject to large transient fluctuations. This means that quantitative concepts familiar to chemical engineers can more likely be applied to design of tertiary treatment processes. Indeed, one of the more promising tertiary treatment processes1'2 is adsorption of pollutants by flowing the water through a bed of activated carbon particles. The design problem is closely related to that for removing propane, butanes and heavier components from lean natural gases by adsorption ; in both cases the key objective is to predict breakthrough curves for the stream leaving the carbon beds.
The remainder of this paper is concerned with a different type of treatment, a photochemical process for removing organic pollutants from water. The first results refer to a fully identified stream, water containing detergent, as a pollutant. Subsequently, the purification of secondary effluent from a municipal wastewater treatment plant is discussed. For the latter situation, photochemical treatment may be regarded as a tertiary process. As the technical results are presented, some emphasis will also be given to the similarities and differences between the development of a water-treatment process and a more conventional chemical engineering operation.
The specifications of a tertiary treatment, with respect to organic pollutants, is to reduce the total organic carbon content (TOC) to 3 to 4 mg/liter, or its approximate equivalent, 3 to 4 ppm. In the photochemical scheme this is accomplished by oxidation of the pollutants to carbon dioxide. The heart of the process is the reactor through which the water flows and is irradiated. An a priori development procedure involves the same steps as for a conventional reactor for producing a desirable chemical. In ideal form these steps are:
1) measure rates of reaction on laboratory-scale apparatus and correlate the results in the form of a rate ex-
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pression which accounts for the effects of controllable variables
2) use the rate equation and chemical engineering principles to predict the performance of potentially attractive large-scale reactorsin short, to develop a model for the reactor
3) on a pilot-plant scale measure the performance of one or more reactor types and compare the results with the predictions by the model developed in step 2
4) design an economically optimized reactor using the kinetics of step 1 and the model devised and revised in steps 2 and 3.
By training and traditional experience the chemical engineer is well-suited for this scheme of work. However, application of these concepts to municipal wastewater introduces uncertainties. Knowledge of the composition of the organic pollutants is meager. Some of the most complete analyses of secondary effluent3 show the presence of acids, esters, proteins, and sugars, but up to 74% of the total organic carbon is unidentifiable. Also, the low concentrations of contaminants may hinder measurement of reaction rates by customary chemical engineering methods. For example, TOC values cannot be measured with enough accuracy to establish rates by analyzing for organic carbon in the feed and effluent from a differential reactor.
PHOTODECOMPOSITION OF AQUEOUS
DETERGENT SOLUTIONS TPHE FIRST STEP IN the development scheme
can be illustrated by reference to the photo-oxidation of a linear detergent molecule, dodecyl benzene sulfonate (DBS). For this special system, spectrographic analysis for DBS is sufficiently precise to permit evaluations of rates of disappearance of DBS from differential reactor data. Hence, such data for various levels of the pertinent variables, which are light intensity and DBS concentration, can be used to evaluate a rate equation. Based upon the following simplified mechanism,
DBS + hv-DBS* (1)
2DBS* -> 2DBS (2)
DBS* -> products (3)
the rate equation can be shown4 to take the form
1/2 1/2 F.T. 1/2
%S k(MS> (Itot> I (aA > <
A tot
The chief assumptions in the derivation are that the stationary-state hypothesis is valid and that the kinetic constants are independent of wave length. For polychromatic light sources, the latter
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Professor Smith emphasizes the similarities and differences between development of a water treatment process and a conventional chemical reactor.
supposition is a necessity in view of the present development of photochemistry.
While the ^-power dependencies of the rate on pollutant concentration and light intensity, predicted by Equation (4), are verified by the experimental measurements, the level of the rate is very low; i.e., the quantum yield for the disappearance of DBS is much less than unity. In such situations, photochemists search for a photo-sensi-tizer. This substance readily absorbs radiation in appropriate wave length regions and becomes activated. The activated sensitizer molecule then supplies the energy required to initiate the steps in the main reaction. A typical example is the uranyl-ion sensitized photodecomposition of oxalic acid, which is widely used as a chemical acti-nometer.5 To increase the rate of decomposition of DBS, ferric perchlorate was added in ppm amounts to the feed to the reactor. The rate is increased by about two orders of magnitude, but the mechanism of even the initial stage of decomposition of DBS becomes exceedingly complex. Oxygen concentration is a significant variable, and the rate equation must be based upon a generous amount of empiricism. The initial rate may be represented by the expression
k (DBS) (0,)(Fe+H') r F.T.I1,2
MS s [1 + KDBS(DBS)]2 [1 t K^CO^]2 L tDt I *s Ftot J C"
An interesting aspect of Equation (5), one which is verified by the experimental data, is that the rate is a maximum at intermediate DBS and oxygen concentrations. Practically this means that it is not beneficial to use an oxygen concentration much greater than that corresponding to saturation with air. This behavior has been observed to varying degrees in all our work on photo-oxidation of organic substances, whether they be simple molecules like formic acid or the complex mixture in municipal wastewater (secondary effluents).
The initial rate, the value at zero conversion of DBS, is not enough to supply the kinetics information needed to design integral reactors for removal of a significant fraction of DBS. To accomplish this the rate must be known at all conversion levels. When the intermediates produced influence the rate of removal of the remaining re-actant, the rate can be a sensitive function of con-
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version, which is in addition to the effect of re-actant concentration. In the case of DBS, the data suggest that intermediate compounds have a retarding effect on the rate.
Since intermediate products of DBS decomposition also may be undesirable pollutants, such as phenols, an overall measure of pollutant removal is the extent of carbon dioxide production. This can be measured accurately by stripping the dissolved gases from the product stream from the reactor and analyzing them chromatographically.
o ft__,
Average Residence Time, sec Figure 1. Effect of Light Intensity on Product Composition
Figure 1 shows how the oxygen, carbon dioxide, and DBS concentrations change with average residence time in a tubular-flow photoreactor. The carbon dioxide curves are shown for several light intensities. The intensity was reduced by placing a filter solution between the radiation source and the reactor. The important quantity is the intensity of absorbed radiation. This is given by the summations of T (transmission of filter solution)
X
multiplied by the absorptivity, a, of the DBS
X
solution and the energy distribution of the source, F /Ftot- Results for the four filter solutions are
X
as follows:
Table 1. Light Absorption vs. Filter Solution
Summation term in Eq. 5
Filter
Solution liter/g- mole-cm
1 1704.
2 1316.
3 973.
4 608.
Figure 1 shows several interesting results. While the carbon dioxide produced decreases with
reduced light intensity, all the data point to the same maximum of 7 molecules of carbon dioxide produced per molecule of DBS. Since the conversion of DBS to some product is nearly complete after 1400 seconds, this result means that a maximum of seven of the total of eighteen carbon atoms are converted to carbon dioxide. Ultraviolet and infra-red analysis of the product streams indicated that the remaining fragments of the DBS molecule were low molecular-weight, oxygenated compounds, including acids and aldehydes. It is significant to note that the photochemical treatment destroys the refractory aromatic ring structure.
The solid lines in Figure 1 are the results of the second step in the a priori development procedure listed earlier. Using rate equations for carbon dioxide formation, and DBS disappearance [the latter is Equation (5)], and a model4 for the tabular reactor, concentrations were predicted as a function of average residence time. The model accounted for intensity distribution and for laminar flow in the reactor. The effect of conversion of DBS in retarding the rate is only significant for the lowest light intensity, filter solution 4. At higher light intensities the rate of disappearance of DBS was complete in less than 100 seconds. This means that essentially all of the carbon dioxide was produced in a reaction environment in which all of the DBS had disappeared into intermediate products. The solid and dotted curves for filter solution 4 indicate the relatively small effect of retardation on carbon production. Only the retarded curve is given for DBS concentration for clarity. The result when rate retardation is not accounted for is a curve much above the clotted one. The agreement between data points and predicted curves is a measure of the success of the reactor model.
With this background on removal of a pure-component pollutant, we proceed to the more complex problem of treating secondary effluent.
PHOTOCHEMICAL TREATMENT OF SECONDARY EFFLUENT
"C1 FFLUENTS FROM the biological treatment "-^plants for municipal wastewater are likely to contain organic pollutants in several stages of oxidation. Pollutant composition of secondary effluent from a Sacramento County (California) treatment plant, described in terms of properties commonly used in water treatment technology, is given in Table 2. Chemical compositions are not
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Table 2. Typical Analysis of Reactor Feed*
(after filtration)
Chemical oxygen demand (COD), mg/liter 25 -40 Ammonia, mg/liter 20 -23
Total organic carbon (TOC), mg/liter 9 -14
Turbidity, Jackson Turbidity Units, JTU 0.8- 1.5
pH 7.5- 8.1
Nitrates (as N), mg/liter 0.06 Nitrites (as N), mg/liter 1.20 Organic nitrogen (as N), mg/liter 0.80
Filtrable O-phosphate (as P), mg/liter 10 Total phosphates, dissolved and suspended
(as P), mg/liter 19
* Secondary effluent from Northeast Water Treatment Plant of Sacramento County, California.
well known. Only part of the pollutants have been identified and then only according to general classifications rather than by individual chemical species. One of the more complete, published analyses is given in Table 3. The chemical engineer studying the kinetics of purification of secondary effluent has the problem of measuring and correlating the rate of disappearance of an unknown mixture present in ppm amounts. In our work the quantitative rate studies have been based upon the production of carbon dioxide, while the level of pollutant concentration is characterized by the total organic carbon content. The TOC can be measured rapidly, if not particularly accurately, down to 1-2 ppm by combusting the pollutants with oxygen and measuring the carbon dioxide produced by UV absorption. New instruments now available are sensitive to 0.1 ppm, but reproductibility and accuracy are several times that figure.
In a manner similar to that described for DBS solutions, a rate equation was first developed6 for the initial rate of decomposition of pol-luants. Subsequently, measurements were made when partially converted pollutants were fed to the reactor. In contrast to the results for DBS, the rate was found to be independent of the conversion of pollutants. Perhaps this is due to the partially oxidized state of the pollutants in secondary effluent. Finally, a model for the photore-actor was proposed6 and used, along with the rate equation, to calculate integral reactor performance. These predicted results were compared with experimental data obtained at large conversions of pollutants, as measured by TOC.
The rate equation which best fit the data is
2K FXTX _2pXR
flioc = i- ^ot ~1n-9 7 ~ ~i T~ 11 u e ] (6)
65 x 10 + (02) ^ tot
Table 3. Composition of Trickling Filter Effluent
(Stevenage, England)3
Analysis"
Constituent Soluble Settled
Fat, acids 0.00 0.04
esters 0.00 0.02
Proteins 0.25 0.99
Amino acids 0.06 0.06
Carbohydrates 0.24 0.57
Soluble acids 1.65 1.69
Amides not determined
Anionic, surface-active agents 1.40 1.41
Creatinine not determined
Amino sugars 0.00 0.07
Muramic acids 0.00 0.01
Total 3.6 4.9
Total carbon 14.0b 16.5
Fraction identified 0.26 0.29
Fraction unidentified 0.74 0.71
a expressed as mg/liter of carbon. b unidentified soluble organics were assumed to be largely anionic, high molecular weight substances.
In this semi-empirical equation the oxygen concentration must be expressed in g moles/cm3. The quantum yield was again low, corresponding to K 1.4 x 10~3 g moles/Einstein. Some of the high-conversion results are shown in Table 4. Run 1C met the specifications of a tertiary treatment process in that the TOC was reduced to 4 ppm.
ECONOMIC DESIGN
W/ HILE THE DATA in Table 4 show that the technical requirements for a tertiary treatment can be achieved with a photochemical process, the optimum design from an economic standpoint has not been considered. This fourth step in process development is particularly important in photochemical systems because of the electrical energy requirement. Energy costs are likely to be a dominant factor in a tertiary photochemical process. The key factor is the efficiency, rj, of energy utilization. The data reported here were obtained in a system where the lamp and reactor were of tubular shape and placed at the foci of an elliptical reflector. For this laboratory-scale equipment it is estimated that less than 1% of the energy input to the lamp was absorbed, in the wave length regions effective for reaction, by the pollutants. Since reaction rates are proportional to absorbed radiation [Equation (6)], a ten-fold increase in efficiency would reduce costs of treatment a comparable amount. It is instructive to divide the overall efficiency into components. First, only a fraction of the energy input to the lamp appears as radiation in wave lengths
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Table 4. Integral reactor (high conversion) data
Residence
TOC* Time Conversions, %
Run # Initial Final (O,) in Feed* A (TOC)* A(02)* A(C02)* V/Q, sec Exp. Predicted
3F.C. 780 584 1280 196 180 220 410 25.2 24.6
1C 850" 333b 1400 517 500 514 1560 60.9 60.8
2C 890 740 1200 150 180 167 376 16.9 18.3
4C 890 533 1380 357 300 370 1085 42.3 40.2
*A11 concentrations in g' moles/cm3 xlO0.; a 10.2 ppm; b 4.0 ppm.
suitable for photochemical reaction (usually 2000-4000 a) This efficiency r/L is solely dependent upon the characteristics of the lamp. Second, only a part of the radiation emanating from the lamp reaches the reactor wall. This fraction t/i.re. depends upon the geometry of the lamp-reflector-reactor system and is within the control of the designer. For example, with a tubular lamp surrounded by an annular reactor, all of the radiation leaving the reactor would impinge on the reactor wall. Finally, only a fraction of the energy striking the wall is absorbed by the solution flowing through the reactor. This efficiency t)r depends upon the radiation path length (reactor geometry) and the absorptivity a or attenuation
X
factor j of the solution. The overall efficiency is
X
given by
17 = 17l (iilrr) (t?r)
(7)
For our laboratory reactors tilrr and 7jR have varied from 0.08 to 0.13 and from 0.15 to 0.25, respectively. It appears that studies on maximizing the product of these two efficiencies could lead to a significant increase in 77 and reduce the energy costs proportionally. Since rate is dependent upon the intensity of the radiation as well as its magnitude, a complicating factor is that the geometry of the lamp-reflector-reactor system affects the process costs in other ways than through the efficiency of utilization of energy.
Another possibility for improving the economics of a photochemical tertiary process is through the use of a sensitizer. Since chlorine absorbs radiation in the proper wave length range, and since this substance would probably be added to treated water for its germicidal action anyway, chlorine is a likely candidate. The effect in this case would be on the kinetics of the reactions, increasing the quantum yield K in the rate equation. However, the chemistry of the chlorine-pollutant-water mixture is complex, particularly when ir-
radiated. Hence, the form of the rate equation would probably be different than Equation (6).
TN SUMMARY, the attractiveness of a photochemical process for tertiary treatment will depend to a significant extent on how much the energy costs can be reduced by improved utilization of the energy input through design of the lamp-reflector-reactor system, and increased rate of pollutant removal by photosensitizers. Both of these factors are challenging chemical engineering questions that need additional attention.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
The financial aid provided for our work by the Federal Water Quality Administration (Grant 17020 EVQ) is gratefully acknowledged.
NOMENCLATURE
(DBS), (02), etc concentrations, g moles/cm3
A (TOC), A (02), etc. difference in concentration between feed and exit streams from photoreactor, g moles/cm3 F ,Ftot energy output of lamp, at wave
h I,.
k, k0, KD1!S, K0
K
Q
R T
V
(a)s
X
length \ and total, Einsteins/sec
Planck's constant
total light intensity at wall of
reactor without filter solutions,
Einstein/sec-cm2
rate constants defined by Equations (4) and (5) quantum yield, Einsteins/g mole volumetric flow rate in reactor, cm3/sec
reactor radius, cm
fraction of light of wave length
X transmitted through filter solutions
volume of irradiated reactor, cm3 absorptivity of pollutant, cmVg mole
absorptivity of sensitizer, cm2/g mole
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REAL-TIME COMPUTING IN THE UNIVERSITY
D. G. FISHER
University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
y%H HAT IS THE ROLE of real-time computing in engineering education and research? Can it be the basis for effective industry-university cooperation? Are the costs justified?
The area of real-time computing is still so new in the university environment that these questions tend to generate discussion rather than answers based on documented studies. With the objective of contributing at least to the discussion, and hopefully to the answers of these questions, the following sections describe our real-time computing facilities in the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering and outline some of the ways they have been utilized in education and research programs.
Probably the most distinguishing feature of the Data Acquisition, Control and Simulation (DACS) Centre, operated by the department, is the broad scope of the Centre's activities. The three digital and two analog computers operated by the Centre are utilized on a time-shared, essentially open-shop basis in undergraduate, graduate and continuing education courses and laboratories; in student assignment and thesis projects; in department research projects; and for service functions such as lab automation and program development.
Planning for the DACS Centre began in 1985-66, motivated primarily by the growing need to supply engineers with familiarity with real-time computer systems and to permit research and development in the various application areas. Program development started immediately, but equipment delivery was delayed until December, 1967, so that it could be installed in the Department's new facilities in Phase I of the new Engineering Centre. The department has fourteen full-time academic staff working in a wide variety of research areas. A typical graduating class would be 40 students and there are normally about 50 graduate students in residence. Therefore the computing facilities had to be designed to serve
The following papers were presented at the 1970 meeting at Ohio State University, as part of a symposium on Computer Control of ChE Lab Equipment.
a large number of users and to handle a wide variety of continuously changing applications.
PRESENT FACILITIES OF the DACS Centre include an IBM 1800 digital computer, a DEC* 680 (PDP8I) communications system,, an EAI* 590 hybrid computing system, an AD* 32 PB analog computer and support equipment such as patchable digital logic units, recorders, etc.
Figure 1 summarizes the DACS Centre's facilities in block diagram form. They include most of the features common to real-time computer installations but with a configuration designed to meet the special needs of a university. Some of the factors leading to this configuration have been presented elsewhere.10'17
The IBM 1800 with 48K of core storage and three 500K disk units operates under a multi-programming,
* DECDigital Equipment Corporation
* EAIElectronics Associates Inc.
* ADApplied Dynamics
IBM 1800 PROCESS CONTROL COMPUTER 48K CORE 1500K DISK
DEC 680 (PDPBI) DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM 4K CORE
EAI640 DIGITAL (HYBRID) COMPUTER 8K CORE MAG. TAPE CASSETTES
EAI 690 INTERFACE
AD- 32 EAI 580
USER'S APPLICATION ANALOG <---> ANALOG COMPUTER
COMPUTER
Fig. 1. DACS Centre computing h ardware.
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D. G. FISHER received his BE and MSc degrees from the University of Saskatchewan; worked for four years with Union Carbide Canada Limited where he attained the position of Group LeaderPolyolefin Design; and then enrolled at the University of Michigan where he completed his PhD thesis on the Dynamic Response of Heat Exchangers. Since joining the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Alberta, in 1964, he has continued research work in process control and computer applications, taught courses in Applied Mathematics, Engineering Design, Process Control and Computer Applications, and is Director of the DACS Centre.
time-sharing monitor and forms the heart of the system. The conventional data processing peripherals are shown at the top of Figure 1 and include a card reader/punch, a line printer, a digital plotter, typewritter units and provision for linkage to the University's IBM 360/67 computer. These facilities, under the control of the "non-process" operating system, comprise a conventional digital computer such as would be found in any small data processing centre. It has the ability, for example, to compile and execute FORTRAN programs.
The principal features that distinguish a real-time computer from a data processing unnit are:
process input/output (I/O) equipment;
real-time clocks; and a
priority interrupt system.
As an oversimplification, the process I/O equipment shown at the bottom of Figure 1 permits the digital computer to gather, or send, information directly to a process or experimental installation in a manner analogous to use of a card reader or line printer. For example, thermocouples can be connected directly to the computer. Under program control the particular thermocouple of interest is "addressed" (i.e., connected to the computer by closing the appropriate multiplexer switch) and the voltage is amplified, sent to the analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and the equivalent digital value is stored in core. Once in core the value is fumnctionally indistinguishable from data obtained from more familiar sources, such as punched cards, and can be processed further by other computer programs. Digital values, generated by a user's computer program, can also be converted into an equivalent analog voltage, by using digital-to-analog (DAC) converters, and sent directly to conventional process instruments such as control valves.
Digital input/output hardware can be used for opening or closing electrical switches and for connecting to other digital instruments. In general, through the provision of proper interface equipment, any electrical instrument or device can be read or actuated under control of statements in the user's computer program. Thus the user can use the computer to acquire any desired information from his equipment and/or to "automate" it by sending control instructions from the digital computer. However, the speed, data handling capability and computing power of the computer make it possible to go beyond mere "automation" and untake applications that are impossible by conventional means.
The second distinguishing feature, real-time clocks and timers, permits the user to have his program executed once, at a specific time of day, or repeatedly, at any specified interval. For example, our basic Direct Digital Control (DDC) program is executed every second and can also be used to acquire a series of data points from an experiment.
Hardware "interrupt" capability means that when a process event occurs, to which the user has assigned a higher priority than the program the computer is currently executing, the computer will transfer control to a program associated with the new event. When the high priority program is finished the computer returns to where it left off in the original job. Thus jobs are processed in the order of importance rather than the order received and the computer switches back and forth from one program to another in order to make efficient use (overlap operations) of different parts of the computer system. To the user it often appears that the computer is handling several jobs simultaneously.
In our experience five full time people are required to support the activities of the DACS Centre: three to maintain (and make the inevitable changes and additions to) the basic system and two to maintain the application program library and assist users.
TERMINAL SYSTEM
In a real-time application the computer must go to the user and not vice-versa. In our department, potential applications are scattered over all eight floors of the building and it is necessary that users be able to operate from these "remote" locations and not have to come to the main centre. Fortunately connections to the process I/O section of the computer are easily made by use of suitable shielded cable. Communications with the research personnel are handled through a DEC 680 communications system which permits up to 64 standard teletype units to be used at any one time (only six are in service at the moment).
The user has access to these terminals through standard FORTRAN statements and the system programs permit the user to enter information, at any time, through the keyboard of these termi-
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nals and have it routed to the appropriate system program (e.g. DDC) or to a file for later use. The ability to "queue" (initiate execution of) a program from any terminal and to change parameters in system programs, such as DDC, gives the user the necessary flexibility and control.
HYBRID COMPUTING SYSTEM
Both the EAI580 and the AD32PB analog computers are connected to the IBM1800 and are used to simulate processes for student labs and studies of direct digital control. This mode of operation is extremely convenient for developing and debugging control programs since all that is required to switch from control of the analog simulation, to control of the real process, is a change of input/output addresses and time scale.
The EAI590 hybrid computing system consists of the 580 analog computer, an EAI640 digital computer plus an interface and complete set of EAI system and hybrid computing support programs. The digital computer has 8K of core memory, high speed paper tape reader and punch, a cassette magnetic tape system, a KSR.35 teletype and a data set for communication with the DEC680 and IBM1800. Although it will not operate in a time-sharing mode the EAI640 provides an independent system for single use applications in addition to its primary purpose of hybrid computation.
DACS CENTRE BUDGET
The IBM 1800 system is rented for approximately $8,000 per month but the DEC 680 communication system and the EAI 590 hybrid computing system were purchased. The equivalent capital costs are shown in Table 1.
TABLE 1 APPROXIMATE CAPITAL COSTS
IBM 1800 $325,000 DEC 680 30,000 EAI 590 135,000*
*Includes a grant of $37,000 from the National Research Council.
The annual operating costs of the Centre, including salaries of DACS Centre staff, is about $45,000. Thus the total cost of operating these facilities is quite high. It is justified about 50% by research and graduate student projects, 40% by undergraduate education and 10% by service functions.
EDUCATION
If any computer system is to be used effectively by relatively large numbers of people
who are not computer specialists then the hardware must be readily accessible and the system software must be extensive enough that the user can concentrate on his application and not be distracted by the "mechanics" of using the computer. In our DACS Centre it was therefore decided that rather than allocating the system among users by "time-slicing" or by giving each user a "virtual computer," and leaving all the application programming to him, the DACS Centre would develop monitor programs to perform the most common data acquisition, control and service functions. The success of this approach has been demonstrated by experience.
Other than the instruction in computers and computing techniques which comes from "hands-on use," the most extensive educational application of the DACS Centre has been in the seven graduate courses in process dynamics and control offered by the department. The use of computing facilities differs from one course to another but can be divided into:
Assistance with system design and analysis,
Implementation of control techniques, and
Demonstration of system structure and interaction.
COMPUTER CONTROL. The pilot-plant scale evaporator shown on the left is operated under control of the IBM 1800 digital computer visible on the right. The process operators console in the foreground is used to display results and/or to enter changes in process operating conditions.
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
In keeping with the policy of providing generalized programs which assist the user in handling common problems the department has developed two digital simulation programs, CSAP11 and CSDAP,15 which in addition to calculating the time domain response can also convert the clas-
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In the future the emphasis will change from automation of existing procedures and processes to the integration of computers into all phases of research-development-production-management systems.
sical block diagram and (Laplace) transfer function definition of a control system into an equivalent state-space (matrix) representation and provide design aids such as Bode, Nyquist, root locus plots, estimates of suitable controller constants, performance criteria such as sum of the absolute errors, etc. Both programs are "conversational" in operation and can display output on typewriters, display scopes, TV monitors and/ or the digital plotter. Thus the user can define his own problem, apply different design and/or analysis techniques and then evaluate his result by analog, digital, hybrid or physical implementation. The opportunity to formulate one's own problem, the immediate feedback of results and the direct comparison of alternative methods are all powerful educational advantages.
We have also noted in a course dealing with optimization methods that a good program library and rapid turn around of computer jobs makes it possible for a class to get first hand experience on the relative advantages and pitfalls of different techniques.
As a generalization one could conclude that proper use of computers can reduce the extent to which students are distracted by the detail, or mechanics, of the method and provide him with the results quickly enough that he can relate them to his original selection or design decision. For example, calculation of "optimal" controller constants or operating conditions can be done while an experiment is in progress and applied immediately. (Improper use of computers can add to the "distracting detail" and/or turn design into a series of black box manipulations.)
LABORATORY IMPLEMENTATION
Computer control is demonstrated on specially constructed "trainers" or on pilot plant processes. These units can be operated with conventional industrial instruments and/or under computer supervisory, or direct digital control. The principal educational advantage of the computer is that the control configurations, the control modes and the control constants are all implemented by computer programs and are easily changed by the student. Thus instead of "cookbook" procedures to make the lab equipment do what it was designed to do the student has relatively unlimited opportunity to innovate and apply knowledge learned
in the courses. (In some cases it has been observed that students are bewildered by the large choice of alternatives and would rather have a "cookbook" assignment!) The data acquisition and control monitor programs are powerful enough that students do not have to do any programming to implement data acquisition, limit checking, input data processing such as square root calculations or digital filtering, standard proportional-integral-derivative or nonlinear control algorithms, cascade control, etc. Service programs are also available to plot or list the experimental data.
In many cases, analog or hybrid simulation is extremely effective. The student can program the analog computer to solve the mathematical model he has developed based on a theoretical analysis or experimental testing. The same digital computer control programs and techniques as used on the physical experiment can then be used to control the simulated process and the results compared. This permits a very direct evaluation of the suitability of the model, the need for experimental tuning of parameters and the significance of physical assumptions. It also illustrates directly the relationship between terms in the model and components of the physical system. The convenience of hybrid computing can also be used to screen a number of alternatives so that only the most promising need be implemented on the physical system and the student can get more benefit out of his limited lab time.
SYSTEM STRUCTURE
Another advantage claimed for computer assisted instruction is that it allows the user to "see the forest in spite of the trees." That is, when each step in the design and analysis procedure is computerized the student, even though he might have some doubts about "how" some steps are implemented, he can learn "what" each step does and see its relation to the overall procedure. Thus he can experiment with, and evaluate, "system design techniques"something which is generally too time consuming to do by hand. With proper design of the course material the various examples and assignments done throughout the term can be combined at the end of the term into an effective demonstration of the total design process and a review of the individual steps.
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Many of the points brought out in the section on research applications also apply to student labs. Other practical points with respect to students labs are that the amount of "busy work" (i.e. data processing) can be reduced; it is more difficult for the student to "fake" data; and since the computer will not usually accept "vague" instructions his understanding of the application is well documented by the computer log. (We have noticed, however, that many students are very reluctant to try new options for fear of making errors and careful guidance must be given so they can learn without being embarrassed by their mistakes.)
CONTINUING EDUCATION
Finally, it is worthwhile to consider use of real-time computer systems in the areas of continuing education for engineers, demonstration of advanced techniques of interest to industry and as a basis for cooperative industry-university programs. Our Department has co-sponsored, e.g., with the Federal Department of Industry, seminars on computer applications, presented workshops and tours in conjunction with national meetings of technical societies and offered extension courses in the evening for the benefit of local engineers. These activities can be regarded as "public relations' or "professional service" but in many universities they are beginning to be regarded as an important basic function.
RESEARCH
It is impossible to deal with individual research projects in detail because most of them would require separate reports to adequately describe the work. However, it is possible to generalize about the types of research applications and some of the principal benefits of using real-time computers. Real-time computer applications within our Department can be categorized as:
1. Research projects in which the computer is an essential part;
2. Research projects which use the computer as an effective tool to assist with applications that could be, or were, run without a computer;
3. Research and development of computer hardware and software systems; and
4. Hybrid computation and digital simulation.
Most of the process dynamics and control studies fall into the first category. The computer has been used to succesfully implement multiloop4, feedforward4'5'0, inferential4'5, multivari-
HYBRID SIMULATION. Fisher and Bob Newell discuss simulation of the evaporator on the EAI580 analog computer. Bob has derived a state variable model of the evaporator and is evaluating optimal, multi-variable control by using his digital computer programs to control the simulated model. The same programs are also used to control the pilot-plant unit.
able-optimal-regulatory7, optimal state-driving8, non-interacting, and adaptive control techniques on the pilot plant equipment. Other studies include computer implemented process identification of pilot plant units with on-line display of results9'10; computer control of a nine inch, eight tray distillation column11; real-time checking and adjustment of process data so it is consistent with material and energy balance constraints12, and the design/analysis of control systems13'14'15. A more complete list of research projects making use of the DACS Centre is found in appendices C and F of reference (1). Most of these applications and parallel studies of parameter and process identification are simply not practical without a realtime computer. It is hoped that the results of these studies will help to bridge the gap between theoretical developments and the practical applications of interest to industry.
Other research projects in chemical and petroleum engineering make use of the computer for data acquisition, process monitoring, logging, data reduction and experimental documentation. Kinetic studies2 make use of a computer controlled PE 621 infrared spectrophotometer and use the computer for acquisition of data from gas chromatograph analysers and other process instruments.19 The computer is also used to monitor operation of an evaporator pilot plant so that it can be run 24 hr/day without any operator supervision.
Projects in category (3) are concerned primarily with application programs rather than
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developing alternatives to the computer manufacturer's operating systems. Typical examples include the CSAP and CSDAP simulation programs mentioned earlier, and a generalized monitor system to supervise the execution of series of discrete events such as are found in plant startups and shutdowns, batch operations and system checkout. In general, these projects require a considerable degree of familiarity with the computer system as well as the application area and usually take longer than more "typical" thesis projects.
Hybrid computing is an area that has been widely reported in the literature. The interests of our Department are not to work extensively on the development of purely hybrid techniques or to get involved in that class of problems that are only practical if solved by hybrid techniques. Rather, the interests are directed toward student education and assisting research in other areas.
Specific advantages of the use of real-time computers include:
1. Increased quantity of research data due to faster operation or extended periods of operation. Some of our M.Sc. thesis projects now involve several times the amount of experimental data collected in earlier Ph.D. studies.
2. Increased quality, precision and reproductibility of data due to precisely implemented procedures, replicated runs, automatic recalibration, continuous monitoring of data during each experiment and elimination of random human errors and bias between different operators.
3. Broader experimental studies because the incremental effort required to extend the data acquisition and/ or processing is often minimal.
4. Cooperation between different people because the computer acts as a standard "interface" so the experimentalist can implement the work of the theoretician and the data processing specialist can work with "real" data. Projects tend to become more interdisciplinary.
5. More continuity and carryover from one research student to the next because of computerized procedures.
6. Precise documentation (the program itself!) and standardized, tested, and approved methods for data reduction, presentation and interchange between groups.
7. Reduction of "busy work" and more challenge to the researcher to critically examine and improve both his techniques and his results. (Prom a student point of view the use of a computer makes many traditional areas of research more attractive as thesis projects.)
8. Permits design or evolution of projects int oareas that are not possible without a computer due to the speed of operation, the degree of control required or the amount of data that must be processed.
9. Computer facilities represent a much more "flexible" investment for the research dollar than special purpose instruments such as multi-channel recorders, etc. They can be pooled for large applications or reallocated to meet changing needs of smaller projects.
One tends to gloss over a long list of points such as those listed above but I am convinced that in many engineering research and development projectsparticularly "mission-oriented" ones involving experimental workit will become a question of computerize or get out. One clear cut example of this in the science field is an X-ray crystallography (18).
CONCLUSIONS
Real-time computing can make an important contribution to university education and research. Also as industry solves the practical problems and personnel training requirements associated with the installation of its first real time computers there is an increasing interest in areas such as "modern control theory," "information processing" and "systems engineering." In the future the emphasis will change, even more, from "automation" of existing procedures and processes, to developments which integrate computers into all phases of the research-development-production-management system. Thus there is an expanding opportunity for universities to "bridge the gap" and contribute more directly to the needs of industry and society.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
1. DACS Centre Booklet, Department of Chemical and
Petroleum Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada (1970).
2. Chuang, T., Misko, G., Dalla Lana, I.G., and Fisher,
D. G. "On-Line Operation of a PE 621 Infrared SpectrophotometerIBM/1800 Computer System," Computers in Analytical Chemistry, Plenum Press (1969).
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Thesis, University of Alberta (1969).
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tor" M.Sc. Thesis, University of Alberta (1970).
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a Double Effect Evaporator" M.Sc. Thesis, University of Alberta (1967).
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variable Computer Control of an Evaporator" accepted for the Meeting of the International Federation of Automatic Control, Helsinki, Finland, June (1971).
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the Determination of Process Transfer Functions" M.Sc. Thesis, University of Alberta (1969. 10. Wood, R. K., and Wildman, T. A. "On-Line Pulse Testing with a Digital Computer" Proceedings
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Canadian National Conference on Automatic Control, August (1970).
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ation of Feedback, Feedforward and Combined Feedforward Feedback Distillation Colum Control," Paper 41. Presented at 20th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, Sarnia, Ontario, October 17 (1970).
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Analysis of Process Data." Department Research 18 Report 700401, University of Alberta (1970).
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Programs" M.Sc. Thesis, University of Alberta 19 (1967).
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EDUCATION IN REAL-TIME COMPUTING
JAMES H. CHRISTENSEN PAUL M. VARGO
University of Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma 73069
Program" M.Sc. Thesis, University of Alberta (1970).
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OBJECTIVES
T N THE FALL OF 1968 it was decided to establish a facility for graduate and undergraduate education in real-time computing at the College of Engineering of The University of Oklahoma. This facility was to provide i) on-line data acquisition and processing capabilities for the undergraduate engineering laboratories; ii) "hands-on" experience in operation of real-time computers; hi) experience in hardware and software design for graduate and advanced undergraduate students; and iv) a facility for the rapid synthesis and check-out of complex digital logic circuits.
CONSTRAINTS
rpHE ENTIRE SYSTEM had to be purchased with $35,000 available as a one-shot investment from College of Engineering funds, plus whatever funding could be obtained from outside agencies. After the initial purchase, only limited fundsaround $500 per yearwould be available for system operation and maintenance. Thus, the computer system would have to be reliable and easily maintainable with local faculty and student effort. Also, since only a limited number of peripheral interfaces could be purchased, the
system had to be easy to interface; then the bare-bones peripheral equipment could be purchased and interfaces built as student projects. Finally, the system had to have adequate core memory to support a minimal two-user time-shared monitor for on-line use in undergraduate laboratories.
EQUIPMENT
/CONSIDERING THE ECONOMIC and performance constraints, we decided to purchase a Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-9/L computer with a basis cycle time of 1.5,usec, 8K of 18-bit word memory, and ASR-33 teletype input/ output. In addition we bought as factory-installed options a 12-bit analog-to-digital (A/D) converter, capable of multiplexing up to 64 channels of analog data with 4 channels implemented, since we considered our experience to that point inadequate to construct these interfaces locally.
Through an NSF Instructional Scientific Equipment Grant1 we obtained $17,500 to obtain additional peripheral equipment, including:
i) A DEC Multiple Teletype Interface with KSR-33 teletype;
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A real time computing facility based on a PDP-9/L computer was established at Oklahoma for online laboratory data acquisition and processing and for experience in real-time hardware and software design.
ii) A Remex 300 char/sec paper tape reader;
iii) A Tektronix 611 storage display unit;
iv) A GDI 200 card/sec reader;
v) A NCR 30 char/sec thermal printer;
vi) A removable-media disk storage unit;
vii) A tape cassette drive;
plus sufficient hardware to interface these devices to the PDP-9/L, as well as to construct a logic patchboard system for the rapid synthesis and testing of digital circuits.
In addition, Fisher Governor Co. of Marshall-town, Iowa supplied equipment to convert a level-control experiment in the Chemical Engineering Laboratories to electronic control, in order to facilitate experiments in computer control.
EXPERIENCE WITH THE SYSTEM
HPHE SYSTEM WAS installed in September 1969; it was fully operational in two days despite a blow received in shipping which left a memory stack lying on the floor of the shipping crate with two broken wires. In the first two months of operation, timing difficulties developed which necessitated the replacement of the ASR-33 teletype; since then, however, no problems have arisen which could not be solved with local maintenance effort.
We soon found that software development was severely hindered by the necessity of loading lengthy system programs through the 10 character/sec. Teletype paper tape reader; to load the assembler, for instance, took about 20 minutes. To remedy this, author Vargo designed an ad hoc interface for the Remex 300 cps reader. This interface was somewhat unreliable, and the difficulty was traced to the circuits used to convert from the PDP-9/L's discrete-component logic levels (0 and 3 volts) to the TTL integrated-circuit levels (0 and +3 volts) used in the interface. This was remedied by using more reliable level-conversion circuits (designed by a student.2)
USE IN COURSE WORK
rrHE SYSTEM HAS BEEN USED in undergrad-uate course work primarily for i) rapid data acquisition and processing, using FOCAL (DEC's Formula Calculator) language, to improve experimental turnaround time; and ii) to provide
"hands-on" experience in hardware and software design.
In the first category, fast statistical analysis of data has been performed for experiments in resistor statistics; first- and second-order thermocouple dynamics; and transient response of a proportional level-control system. On-line data acquisition and analysis has been performed to determine the natural frequency and damping coefficient of a spring-mass-dashpot system. Both the thermocouple and level-control experiments will be adapted to on-line data acquisition as interfacing equipment becomes available.
We had originally planned to run a cable between the computer on the second floor of the Engineering Center, and the Chemical Engineering Laboratories in the sub-basement, to provide both Teletype and analog communication for a number of experiments. However, it soon became apparent that demand for on-line computing would develop at several scattered locations about the campus. We decided to solve the access problem through the design and construction, as a student project, of a Remote Analog Terminal (RAT) which would allow A/D and D/A conversion data to be sent through acoustic couplers over telephone lines simultaneously with Teletype data. The only interface necessary on the computer end will then be the already-existing multiple teletype interface. In the meantime, analog and Teletype cabling is provided to an adjacent second-floor laboratory.
The FOCAL interpreter was found to be too slow to give accurate results on the spring-mass-dashpot system, even with a natural frequency of about 1 sec. This can be traced directly to its use of double-precision floating-poing arithmetic with software multiply and divide, and to its use of symbol-table scanning every time a variable reference is encountered. We plan to avoid these difficulties by implementing single-word floatingpoint arithmetic, which will be within the accuracy of experimental data, in the BASIC interpreter which will be part of our on-line timesharing software.
STUDENT PROJECTS
rpHREE M.S.-LEVEL DESIGN projects have * been completed, two involving interface hardware design for the storage display unit3 and card
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reader,2 and one involving software design of the time-sharing monitor4. Current work in progress involves hardware design and construction of the RAT, and software design of the BASIC time-shared interpreter. In the Fall work will begin on interfaces for the NCR thermal printer and removable-media disk, and on operating-system software for the disk.
Undergraduate class projects have included software for paper-tape editing, card-to-tape conversion, and relocatable assembly; and hardware for drive and interface circuits for a salvaged Teletype 60 cps paper tape punch, as well as preliminary work on the RAT. In our experience, satisfactory completion of such projects requires more time than students can devote to a single class project. Additional time may be provided for interested students to complete their projects through independent study or senior thesis courses.
CONCLUSIONS
W/"E BELIEVE THAT this facility is making a substantial contribution to the education of engineers at the University of Oklahoma: First, through providing a flexible and innovative approach to undergraduate experimentation; and second, by providing graduate and advanced undergraduate students experience in designing hardware and software for on-line computing within both economic and time constraints.
REFERENCES
1. NSF Instructional Scientific Equipment Grant GY 6467.
2. J. Egbert, M.S. Thesis, University of Oklahoma, Norman, 1970.
3. J. I. Norris, M.S. Thesis, University of Oklahoma, 1970.
4. A. V. Kalyansundar, M.S. Thesis, University of Oklahoma, Norman, 1970.
A REAL TIME COMPUTER CONTROL FACILITY
A. W. WESTERBERG R. C. ESCHENBACHER
University of Florida Gainesville, Florida 32601
TN 1968 THE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Department at the University of Florida considered various alternatives by which it could introduce computer control into its undergraduate laboratories. The option available ranged over rather large systems at $150,000 or more to a relatively inexpensive remote terminal system in the under $20,000 range.
The choice ultimately made was for the remote terminal (See Figure 1), an IBM 1070 terminal, principally for its low cost. We also determined that, by designing our own interface equipment, we could have equipment which would generally satisfy our laboratory requirements. One of these requirements was that the total equipment cost no more than $30,000 as that amount was available. If the equipment were more expensive, outside financing would be needed with all its inherent delays.
We also desired to have an easily programmable system which would not first require significant software development on our part. The terminal would tie directly to a large scale
scientific computer, an IBM 360/65, and could be operated by FORTRAN calls. With not too extensive a software system design, it was apparent that we could have a very easily programmed system. The power of the scientific computer would also permit complex control and/or analysis algorithms to be tried. We would obviously need the cooperation of the computing center for the quick computer response necessary for control. The programs we would write would use little actual time, but, when the process required attention,
Fig. 1. Chemical Engineering Remote Computer Control System.
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instantaneous response without interruptions would be needed. We were promised the highest priority in the computer while operating but with the penalty that we could only operate at limited hours (about 3 prime time hours plus the late-late shift) each day.
We also found with the terminal that we could only have low speed input and output, about four random inputs or outputs per second or up to 20 sequentially scanned inputs or outputs per second. These rates are more than adequate for most undergraduate experiments. Such things as direct digital control of flow loops were of course ruled out. The equipment could be purchased with a 13 bit analog to digital converter permitting approximately 1 part in 8000 resolution. We determined that we could measure thermocouple signals with a resolution of about 7 microvolts.
The final general requirement was that the system could run one large experiment or several smaller ones at the same time. Again, by choosing to build our own interface, we could construct a panel that could be easily patched to any process. The computer equipment had to be adequate to handle only one of our largest experiments, currently a distillation column or a double effect evaporator. If it were totally portable, it could also reach any experiment without the usual worries about microvolt signals from thermocouples traveling long distances. THE HARDWARE
Figure 2 is a diagram of the remote terminal plus interface equipment. It is all contained in three 19 inch racks 72 inches tall, which are bolted together and mounted on wheels. The non-process connections to the terminal are via a single 110 volt AC plug for power and a single pair of voice grade telephone lines to the com-
;:,tu Fig. 2. 1070 Hardware Plus Special Purpose Interface. WINTER 1971
puter. Table 1 lists the input/output facilities provided. Inexpensive 2 and 3 prong plugs and outlets permit one to patch a process simply into the terminal using any selection of the available terminal facilities. For thermocouple inputs special commercially available copper-constantan jacks are provided.
TABLE 1 INPUT/OUTPUT FACILITIES OF TERMINAL
1. 13 BIT A/D (1 PART IN 8000)
2. 66 CHARACTER/SEC COMMUNICATION LINK
RANDOM INPUT/OUTPUT, 4 PER SECOND
SEQUENTIAL INPUT/OUTPUT 20 ANALOG PER SECOND MAX 60 DIGITAL PER SECOND MAX
3. DIGITAL PULSE CONVERTER, 96 PULSES/
SECOND
4. 7 PROCESS ALERTS
15 DIGITAL INPUT PAIRS 12 DIGITAL OUTPUT PAIRS
10 PULSE OUTPUT CHANNELS
16 THERMOCOUPLE INPUTS, 10 TO +50 MV 18 ANALOG INPUTS, 1 TO +5 V
8 PRESSURE TO VOLTAGE TRANSDUCERS 4 PRESSURE RECORDERS 1 DECIMAL INPUT, 6 DIGITS 1 DECIMAL DISPLAY, 4 DIGITS
The process alerts provide a form of hardware interrupt capability of the computer by the process. A conditional read of the terminal from the computer is available. When used, no terminal response occurs until a process alert contact is closed. During the wait, the computer is free to service other users of the computer.
On the interface the digital inputs and outputs are paired, although they can be used individually. The intended and admittedly redundant use of each pair is to give a positive signal for the two desired states (open or closed) of a digital input or output.
Tied to each output pair are a red and a green light to indicate the state of the pair. Each output is provided in two forms, either as a simple switch closure or as a 110 volt signal, when closed.
The interface is designed to ease control program development. Every input to the computer can be individually simulated by equipment build into the interface. Also a toggle switch permits one to drive manually each output pair, overriding the computer. Thus control programs can be run with the process, any part of the process, or in fact none of the process tied to the terminal. The process alerts can be manually set with momentary push buttons. A process/manual switch
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on each digital input pair permits one to have the pair tied to the process or to a toggle switch on the interface. Associated with each analog input is a toggle switch and a DC voltage signal passing through an inexpensive potentiometer. The signal is supplied by a power supply. The toggle switch permits the analog signal source to come from the process or from the adjustable internal source.
Other equipment in the interface includes a hardware poller, eight pressure to voltage transducers, and four pressure signal recorders. We designed and built the poller using a small reversible motor, two micro switches, and three relays. This device periodically closes the first process alert; the period is adjustable from 2 to 60 seconds. The pressure to voltage transducers permit 3 to 15 psi air signals to be fed into the terminal. Associated with the air inlet is an electrical outlet with the equivalent voltage, and this voltage is then easily patched into any of the high level analog inputs.
The final auxiliary equipment is an operator's panel comprising an IBM 1075 four decimal digit display and a six decimal digit manual input device we built using simple 10 position rotary switches. Typical use of the panel involves setting up a six digit number in the rotary switches and pushing the button associated with process alert seven. Responses to the input can be displayed on the digital display. The display is also used to indicate errors as they occur.
THE SOFTWARE
Figure 3 is a diagram of the interrelationships of the major routines developed for process monitoring and control using our terminal. All programs are written in FORTRAN except the IBM provided 1070 input/output routines. The heart of the programs are the executive routines which are given in more detail in Figure 4. The only routines a user needs to supply are the User Routines on Figure 3, part of the Execute program on Figure 4, and a special user data input routine if desired.
The executive routines in Figure 4 are five subroutines which use the indicated three common data tables. The Process Alert Handler issues a conditional read and the control programs stop execution until a process alert on the 1070 is closed. The process alert(s) which is closed is identified and the corresponding response program is put onto the Execution Stack by priority using the program Stacker. Control is then passed to Execute, part of which is user supplied. Any
Si AK7
1070 INPUT/OUTPUT ROUTINES
TELEPHONE LINES
PROCESS INTERFACE
Fig. 3. Software System for GIPSI.
programs on the Execute Stack are removed in order and called. If Process Alert 1 started the sequence, its response program, CLOCK, is on the Execute Stack and is thus called. Its job is to remove programs from the Delay Stack if their time is up and put them on the Execute Stack again using the program Stacker. Times are always compared to the computer clock. Control returns to Execute which continues to remove and cause all programs on the Execute Stack to be executed. When the Execute Stack is empty, control returns to Process Alert Handler which starts the cycle over again.
Data on program priorities, standard time delays for execution, and so forth are kept in the Program Descriptive Data. Program Delay Stacker is used rather than the program Stacker by any routine desiring a time delay before execution.
With each request for execution stored on either the Execute Stack or Delay Stack, a single passed parameter is also stored. This parameter provides the essential communication link between the requesting and the requested programs.
We will illustrate the ease of using the terminal with an example.
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Arthur W. Westerberg is currently an assistant professor in ChE at the University of Florida. He obtained his education at the University of Minnesota, Princeton University, and Imperial College, London, finishing in 1964. He then worked two years for Control Data Corporation, in their process control division in La Jolla, California, before coming to Florida in 1967.
His teaching interests include Fortran and numerical analysis, undergraduate and graduate process design, and classical and optimal control. His research is in the area of computer aided design and computer control of processes. (Left photo).
R. C. Eschenbacher is a graduate of the University of Florida (BSChE, MSE, and PhD'70). He is now employed as an engineer with the Humble Oil and Refining Company in Baytown, Texas. His interests are in the area of process modeling, computer control, and optimization.
SAMPLE PROGRAM
For this example we would like to use analog input 1 as a 0 to 5 Volt voltmeter. The signal on this input is to be read and displayed every 10 seconds if digital input pair 1 is on. If digital input pair 1 is off, no updating is desired. Also, program execution is to terminate if the button for process alert 2 is pressed.
The steps to implement this example are first to set the poller to a 10 second interval. Then the FORTRAN subroutines given in Figure 5 are written. Subroutine VLTMTR is essentially self explanatory. Subroutines DELAY, READ1, CALIB, and DISPLY are standard routines in the Executive and Standard System packages.
Subroutine GOTO is the user supplied portion of the Execute program indicated on Figure 4. It provides the system calls to each active subroutine. Routines 1 to 7 are always in response to process alerts 1 to 7 respectively. Only process alerts 1 and 2 will be active here. Other preas-signed program ordinals are for demand functions requested via the operator's console, and for changes of state for digital input pairs. Programs
PROGRAM DESCRIPTIVE DATA
PROCESS
ALERT HANDLER
Fig. 4. Executive Routines for GIPSI.
SUBROUTINE VLTMTR (IPROG, NU1, NU2) DIMENSION INPUT (40), INARY (40)
C RESCHEDULE EXECUTION IN 10 SECONDS
CALL DELAY (IPROG, 0) C READ DIGITAL INPUT 1
CALL READ1(10, 1,1, 7, INPUT, INARY) C IF DIGITAL INPUT NOT ON, RETURN
IF (INARY(l).EQ.O) RETURN C READ ANALOG INPUT 1
CALL READ1(0, 1, 1, 7, INPUT, INARY) C CALIBRATE SIGNAL TO HIGH LEVEL REFERENCE VOLTAGES
CALL CALIB (INARY(l), 1,1) C DISPLAY VALUE
CALL DISPLY (INARY(l))
RETURN
END
SUBROUTINE GOTO (I, J, K)
IF (I.EQ.l) CALL CLOCK (I,J,K)
IF (I.EQ.2) CALL QUIT (I,J,K)
IF (I.EQ.127) CALL SETCLB (I.J.K)
IF (I.EQ.128) CALL VLTMTR (I,J,K)
RETURN
END
SUBROUTINE QUIT (I,J,K) CALL DISPLY (9999) STOP END
Fig. 5. Programs for Sample Problem.
127 and higher are other user or standard system subroutines. In our example program 127 is SETCLB, a system subroutine which periodically reads in standard voltages and then calculates new calibration constants for the A/D input system. Program 128 is our user written subroutine, VLTMTR. All other ordinals are ignored for example, if the button for process alert 3 is pressed, the system will ultimately pass ordinal 3 to GOTO which will ignore it.
Subroutine QUIT is again self explanatory.
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At Florida a time sharing and remote job entry terminal system (Figure 1) is implemented on the University Computer. Our department has two IBM 2741 selectric typewriter terminals associated with this system. Our normal method of entering the subroutines just discussed would be to type them directly into the computer using a 2741 terminal. A phone call to the center is needed to reserve top priority space for our programs and then via the typewriter terminal, we have the computer compile our user programs and add them to our standard 1070 software. They are then linked and loaded into core and execution commences.
At the 1070 terminal and interface equipment, we then start the hardware poller whenever we are ready to begin and our terminal is now a voltmeter. The poller can be turned off anytime we wish to put the software program into hold.
DEMAND FUNCTIONS
Several standard programs exist whose execution can be requested via the six decimal digit input device. All input is decoded in a standard form. The first two digits indicate the program ordinal and the last four are data to be passed to the program when it is called. The response routines are called demand functions, and Table 2 lists some of those provided.
TABLE 2TYPICAL DEMAND FUNCTIONS
1. STOP PROGRAM
2. ERROR RESPONSE
A. STOP B. CONTINUE C. RESTART
3. CHANGE VALUE OF CORE WORD
4. DISPLAY VALUE OF CORE WORD
A. ONCE B. PERODICALLY UPDATE
5. PUT ROUTINE ON DELAY STACK
6. TAKE ROUTINE OFF DELAY STACK
DISCUSSION
Table 3 gives a brief summary of the system costs and typical core requirements. These costs are quite small. The operating costs will increase when we are charged for core space used, a charge not now implemented. The core required would be equivalent to a 50,000 word minicomputer with 16 bit words, certainly a large minicomputer. It is however only 10% of the University Computer's core. We can reduce the requirements substantially by removing portions of the software not needed for a particular control program.
TABLE 3SUMMARY OF COST DATA
EQUIPMENT FROM IBM DATA SET
CONTROL UNIT $17,000 13 BIT A/D CONVERTER DIGITAL PULSE CONVERTER 100 MULTIPLEXER POINTS DIGITAL DISPLAY NONSTANDARD EQUIPMENT CABINETS
RELAYS, SWITCHES, LIGHTS $ 4,000
POWER SUPPLIES TRANSDUCERS OPERATING STATISTICS
CONTROLLING A DISTILLATION $3-5/HR COLUMN BY ADJUSTING 3 SETPOINT CONTROLLERS CORE SPACE 100,000 8-BIT BYTES
A detailed description of the system is available from the department in the form of a pair of manuals on the system [1,2].
REFERENCES
1. Eschenbacher, R. C, Software Manual for GIPSI, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida (1969).
2. Eschenbacher, R. C, Hardware Manual for GIPSI, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida (1969).
SMITH: Photodecomposition
(Continued from page 22)
v frequency of radiation, sec-1
A wave length
w attenuation coefficient of pollu-
tants in water, cm-1 fl rate of reaction, g moles/cm3-sec
t) overall efficiency of utilization of
energy input to lamp
REFERENCES
1. Joyce, R. S. and Sukenik, V. A., "Feasibility of Gran-nular, Activated Carbon Adsorption for Wastewater Renovation," A.W.T.R.-10, Public Health Service Pub. No. 999-WP-12 (1964).
2. Masse, Arthur N., "Removal of Organics by Activated Carbon," presented at 156th National Meeting, Amer. Chem. Soc, Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 1967.
3. Painter, H. H., Viney, M. and Bywaters, A. J., Inst, of Sewage Purification, Part 4, p. 302 (1961).
4. Matsuura, T. and Smith, J. M., A.I.ChE J. 9, 252 (1960).
5. Calvert, J. G. and Pitts, J. N., Jr., "Photochemistry," John Wiley and Sons, New York (1966).
6. Schorr, V., Boval, B., Hancil, V. and Smith, J. M., "Photo-oxidation Kinetics of Organic Pollutants in Municipal Wastewater," submitted to Industrial and Engineering Chemistry.
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POLYMER SCIENCE And ENGINEERING AT TENNESSEE
JAMES LINDSAY WHITE
The University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn.
James Lindsay White is Professor of Chemical Engineering at The University of Tennessee. Prof. White received a BChE degree from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and obtained MS and PhD degrees at the University of Delaware, where he did his research under Prof. A. B. Metzner. Prof. White joined The University in 1967, after spending four years with the U. S. Rubber Company (now Uniroyal, Inc.). He is a member of the American Chemical Society, the Society of Rheology, the Society of Plastics Engineers, the Society of Polymer Science (Japan), the British Society of Rheology and the AIChE; and is currently a member of the Executive Committee and Assistant Editor of the Transactions of the Society of Rheology. He is also a Director of the Knoxville-Oak Ridge Section of the AIChE. Prof. White, who has published more than 30 papers, recently co-authored the NATO Agardograph "Engineering Analysis of Non-Newtonian Fluids" with Prof. D. C. Bogue.
INTRODUCTION: THE CLASSICAL CHEMICAL ENGINEER AND THE POLYMER INDUSTRY
T T HAS LONG BEEN REALIZED that the standard chemical engineering curricula taught in accredited schools throughout the country frequently ill suits the graduating student (B.S., M.S. or Ph.D.) for industrial employment. The polymer industry, by which we mean the plastics, rubber and fiber synthesis and fabrication industry, is not only one of the most important and innovative of the world's chemical industries, but in America at least, it is a major example of the above situation. The student finding himself entrapped in an unfamiliar environment where only a very few of his courses are of use perhaps remembering only vaguely organic and physical chemistry, heat transfer, and (more recently) computer technology, soon degenerates into using little more than intuition and common sense in solving problems. Industrial managers in parts of the polymer industry often find their so-called professional employes performing at a level inferior to technicians with only high school backgrounds who have been promoted from the ranks of the factory.
The chemical engineering profession's reaction to this problem in the polymer industry has
Figure 1. UT Polymer Rheologists studying the extrusion of polyethylene. Graduate student Gerald Hagler (foreground) and two consultants (L-R: D. C Bogue and J. L. White).
been defensive and consists largely of an attempt to define chemical engineering as involving only those areas in which an engineer is basically familiar from his college studies. This usually means the detailed design of already existent polymerization and related separation processes. The choice and design of what polymer or composite is to be manufactured, what its molecular structure and morphological macrostructure should be, how it is to be synthesized, and how it is to be fabricated after it is produced are decisions to be considered by individuals with other academic backgrounds, presumably chemists. This solution as to the position of the chemical engineer in the polymer industry is unfortunate but too often true.
TTkESPITE THE FACT that the American chemical engineering profession and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers was founded by a group of men including one of the
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boldest early polymer innovators and entrepreneurs, Arthur D. Little, father of the industrial development of cellulose acetate and American usage of viscose, (Leo Baekeland who developed phenol-aldehyde resins was also an early member of the AIChE) ; the profession, its organization and the academic curricula which derived from it were almost completely bypassed by the rapid development of plastics, synthetic fibers and synthetic rubber and the technological culture they engendered. The reasons for this are no doubt complex. The failure by the 1930's and 40's to develop good methods of presentation of industrial chemistry, coupled with the success of the unit operations concept, had a major effect on the thinking of both old engineers and new graduates. While unit operations was a triumph of intellectual synthesis, the fact that it alone of all new ideas in chemical engineering proved successful caused chemical engineers to think in terms of existing processes, their nature and organization, and to never seriously develop a materials or new product oriented viewpoint. Further, the unit operations were always limited to flow, heat transfer and separation processes involving gases and low viscosity liquids such as occur in a typical chemical plant involving low molecular weight components. Screw extrusion, fiber spinning, calendering, milling and molding-operations widely performed at the time on rubber and cellulosics were not included. The new heat transfer correlation or modified gas adsorption column design method became the important thing to the chemical engineer the new product and the method of manufacturing it, receded. It was apparently this culture that caused the new materials oriented synthetic polymer industry to develop without really being recognized by the chemical engineering profession. No man has had more influence in remaking the American chemical industry and its foremost firm than the late Wallace H. Car others, the first truly successful synthetic rubber plus the entire synthetic fiber industry being the out-growth of his efforts (1). But Carothers' accomplishments were outside the domain of the increasingly ingrained classical unit operations philosophy and he was never accepted by the chemical engineer. To this day, the man who developed polychloroprene, polyesters, polyamides and the melt spinning process is considered as not one of their own but "some sort of chemist." (What is a chemical engineer?) As the chemical engineer did not
recognize the unique contributions of the new polymer industry, it is not surprising that their professional society was largely bypassed. The engineers and scientists of the rubber industry meet in the semi-autonomous Division of Rubber Chemistry of the American Chemical Society. The plastics industry meets in the Society of Plastic Engineers.
rpHE PROBLEM of chemical engineering and the polymer industry has now been recognized by many individuals and efforts, if sometimes faltering, have been made to remedy the situation. Polymer science courses are appearing in chemical engineering departments and increasing numbers of the symposia have been organized at meetings. A most hopeful sign has been the formation of the Materials Engineering and Science Division of the AIChE. Academic awakening to the problem of polymer education and research seems to be on hand. One of the first polymer programs was formed a quarter of a century ago by Herman Mark in the Chemistry Department at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. In more recent years, programs have been developed at Princeton, the University of Akron, Case-Western University, the University of Massachusetts and many other schools.
Why the University of Tennessee? The University of Tennessee, one of the nation's most public spirited land grant universities, is located in East Tennessee in the heart of the southern Appalachians, an area with few educational institutions with highly trained specialists. Aside from the Atomic Energy Commission-Union Carbide facilities at Oak Ridge, the major chemical industry of Tennessee is polymer industry. This is true of Tennessee Eastman at Kingsport in the northeast tip of the state, of du Pont at Chattanooga and Old Hickory; of American Enka at Lowland, of Buckeye Cellulose at Memphis, of Aladdin Industries at Nashville, and of Rohm and Haas at Knoxville. It is indeed true of many small companies such as those who primarily extrude and injection mold plastics. Polymer education and research is a duty and indeed, a necessity of the University of Tennessee to serve the needs of the state. Looking further afield to the chemical industry outside the state but bordering East Tennessee are Monsanto at Decatur, Alabama; American Enka at Asheville, North Carolina; and Celanese at Charlotte, North Carolina. We again see a chemical indus-
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try which is primarily a polymer industry, indeed, one which is strongly synthetic fiber oriented.
HISTORY OF THE POLYMER PROGRAM
rpHE DEPARTMENT of Chemical and Metal-lurgical Engineering research and educational programs in polymers has grown out of two long established research programs, rheology and crystallography with the former being the main root. Rheological research in the Department was established by F. N. Peebles in the early 1950's and has centered around the problem of observing velocity and stress fields in the region connecting a large reservoir and a small conduit. The research started with the use of milling yellow suspensions to determine velocity fields in Newtonian fluids by birefringence methods and the classic work of Prados and Peebles (2) was one of its products. From 1957 to 1960, Peebles worked for the Oak Ridge National Laboratory but in the latter part of 1960 returned to the staff of the Department.
In 1960, Donald C. Bogue, a then recent graduate of the University of Delaware, joined the staff and began work with Peebles in broadening the scope of the early birefringent flow studies to involve polymer solutions where the stress components values may be obtained (3). Not too long afterwards, Peebles became head of the new Department of Engineering Mechanics and Bogue continued in what is now a famous series of stress birefringent studies on flow into the inlet of a capillary (4). About the same time, he began studies on the development of stress-deformation history relationships (constitutive equations) for viscoelastic fluids i.e., polymer solutions and melts deepening the rheological research interests of the Department (5). Meanwhile, Peebles was building strength in rheological research areas in the Department of Engineering Mechanics and his own research was becoming more oriented toward polymer solutions.
The late 1960's saw a conscious move away from research on polymer solutions, considered as arbitrary viscoelastic continua and to bulk polymers themselves considered as materials who detailed structure and phase relationships were important. There were many inputs into this. Critical discussions of the view of the polymer industry on what aspects of rheology they considered to be most important were carried on between Bogue and industrial rheologists, particularly Roger Schulken of nearby Tennessee Eastman. The hiring of James Lindsay White of Uniroyal who had worked in polymer rheology for many years (and knew Bogue in graduate school) and the beginning of a research program in polymer crystallography by Joseph E. Spruiell, a Metallurgical Engineering faculty member known for his X-ray diffraction studies of alloys, helped begin a new polymer era at the University of Tennessee.
Bogue, White and Spruiell saw the need for innovations in Department programs. New undergraduate and graduate level courses in polymers were developed and added to the curriculum. A weekly Rheology Seminar devised by Bogue and Peebles evolved into a Polymer Seminar. A $750,000 University Science Development (Centers of Excellence) grant received by the Department in 1969 was used in part for purchase of additional new equipment. A polymer solution and suspension rheology laboratory of the early 60's proliferated into polymer melt rheology, polymer processing, polymer physical chemistry and characterization, and crystallography laboratories. Some of these laboratories are being used in conjunction with the Metallurgical Engineering program. New, more broadly based research programs on polymer melt flow instability, chromatographic fractionation of polymers, rubber processing, strain induced crystallization and melt spinning of fibers came in to being (6, 7). Rather wide ranging experimental studies were carried out.
In 1969-70 new blood was infused into the Tennessee polymer effort with the addition to Prof. Misazo (333 ( Yamamoto, one of Japan's leading polymer physicists, who came from Tokyo Metropolitan University as a visiting professor; and D. Acierno (University of Naples), N. Nishida (Hokkaido University) and J. M. Rodriguez (University of Missouri-Rolla) who came as postdoctoral fellows. Yamamoto taught advanced graduate level courses in statistical mechanics of polymers and with White initiated a research program in this area (8). Nishida put the recently purchased polymer characterization equipment in working order.
At the close of the decade a new polymer educational program was developed and approved at the University of Tennessee which involves M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering with Specialization in Polymer Science and Engineering. The program is a joint effort with the Chemistry Department which offers a similar specialization.
During the period January-September 1970, D. C. Bogue was with the Department of Polymer Chemistry of Kyoto University in Japan where he was associated with Prof. S. Onogi.
In October 1971, the University of Tennessee will host the fall Society of Rheology meeting.
PHILOSOPHY AND OPERATION OF THE POLYMER PROGRAM
HPHE BASIC PHILOSOPHY of our program is that since all of chemical science and technology is dependent upon three distinct types of academic curricula chemistry, chemical engineering and metallurgical engineering, essentially the entire framework of the unique problems of the polymer industry falls within the jurisdiction of chemical engineering. This involves industrial polymerization methods including heterogeneous processes such as emulsion and graft polymerization, the synthesis of new
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polymers; and development of composite systems to provide new combinations of mechanical, thermal and optical properties; property-structure relationships; new product development and polymer processing operations. Much of the polymer industry is materials oriented and academic polymer programs in chemical engineering should have a materials orientation. We believe that chemical engineering should be where the chemical industries' interests and problems are and the program is thus being increasingly given a materials orientation. As G. C. Frazier of our Department points out in a wider context, chemical engineering education should be more concerned with engineering synthesis and innovation and not just engineering analysis. Yes, we consider Wallace Carothers to have been a chemical engineer, indeed a great one, whose contribution was engineering synthesis. Accepting this, we see that it is the endeavor of our program and indeed as a state institution, a responsibility, to (1) provide education (2) carry out research and (3) cooperate with and encourage local industry in polymer studies and development.
The polymer education programs operate at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. A first look at polymer materials science occurs in a sophomore level materials course offered by our Department. Seniors are given the opportunity of taking one or both of two undergraduate (and beginning graduate) level courses; ChE 4910 Applied Polymer Science and ChE 4920 Polymer Processing. The former course emphasizes structure, methods of characterization, physical and thermodynamic properties and property-structure relationships for polymers. ChE 4920 is really a generalized unit operations course. It treats the rheological properties of polymers (and methods of rheological characterization e.g., viscometry) and the various unit operations of a plastics, synthetic fiber or rubber fabrication plant including sere extrusion, mixing, fiber spinning and calendering. Senior projects and Bachelor's theses in polymer research and technology are offered and some undergraduates have been involved in this each year.
The graduate program in polymers is built around a student's electing a M.S. thesis and/or Ph.D. dissertation in polymer science and engineering. Students electing such are fitted with a graduate program involving the fundamentals of physical and organic chemistry, mathematics,
Figure 2. Prof. J. E. Spruiell and D. E. McCord studying the extent of crystallinity in polyethylene terepthalate.
physics, and classical chemical engineering as well as in polymers. Courses in polymers such as ChE 4910 and 4920; Chemistry 5140 Polymer Chemistry; ChE 5910-20-30 Special Topics in Polymer Science are supplemented then by courses in thermodynamics, diffusive mass transport, partial differential equations, fluid mechanics and classical chemical reactor design. We believe the emphasis on fundamentals is very important. A pitfall in polymer programs is the tendency to produce superficially educated individuals who only qualitatively understand applications of physical methods to polymer science without understanding the basis of such methods. Students who elect advanced work in rheological behavior of polymers have available a sequence of courses in modern continuum mechanics from both the Engineering Mechanics and Chemical Engineering Departments (Engr. Mech. 5800 Introduction to Continuum Mechanics; ChE 5820 Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics; ChE 6380 Advanced Continuum Mechanics). Students researching the crystalline or crystallization characteristics of polymers may choose from
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a sequence of courses on crystallography and experimental methods developed by the Metallurgical Engineering wing of the Department (MetE 4510-20 X-Ray Diffraction, MetE 5510-20 Electron Microscopy). In addition students participate in a weekly Polymer Seminar.
The Department is well equipped for polymer research having characterization apparatus such as a Gel Permeation Chromatograph and a membrane osometer. Rheological research equipment includes a Weissenberg Rheogoniometer and an Instron Capillary Rheometer. Processing equipment includes a one-inch screw extruder with optional attachment for melt spinning of fibers and a Farrel laboratory mill with variable roll speeds and friction ratio. For crystallographic studies, we have in addition to a complete X-ray diffraction laboratory, a Philips 300 electron microscope and various optical microscopes.
OOLYMER RESEARCH in our Department may be divided as follows: (1) Polymer Processing and Rheology, (2) Crystallography and Crystallization, (3) Characterization and Chromatography and (4) Property Structure Relationships and New Materials. This research not only reflects the interests of the individual professors but also the interests of the polymer industry of the state. An attempt is made to develop integrated programs involving all faculty. These three points are reflected for instance in the study of melt spinning and drawing of fibers, which is currently being carried out by Profs. Bogue, Spruiell and White as a joint venture. This project was also the main endeavor of Drs. Acierno and Rodriguez. Other pragmatic research includes studies of the effects of carbon black on rubber and the development of new composites. Not all research is meant for immediate application and background information is required for our processing oriented studies. Thus, polymers must be characterized Theologically, crystallographically and molecular struc-turewise to fully interpret their response in polymer processing operations. This requires separate research in these areas. Related to this have been endeavors to develop new methods of polymer characterization especially in chromatography. Currently a program in this area emphasizing porous adsorbents is being carried out under the direction of J. L. White and N. Nishida. The need for further knowledge of flow of polymer melts and polymer phase transitions
have led to theoretical hydrodynamic and statistical mechanics research. Other research in the department complements this work, for example, S. H. Jury has worked on the nature of packed bed adsorption and drying operations which closely resemble chromatography, H. W. Hsu has worked on centrifugal methods of separating biological macromolecules and G. C. Fraz-ier on gas absorption into body fluids; J. J. Perona has worked on the interaction of natural and forced convection heat transfer. Metallurgical researchers study mechanical properties, transitions and crystallographic structures of alloys. There has been considerable interplay of ideas.
The interrelation of the polymer program with industry may be divided into four parts: (1) teaching courses in polymers (generally ChE 4910 and 4920) via remote means and visits in locations near or within industrial facilities, (e.g., Kingsport, Decatur and Chattanooga), (2) an open invitation to attend most Polymer Seminars (individuals have come from as far as Memphis and Asheville, North Carolina to attend) and (3) Tennessee Industries Week, in which a course in an aspect of polymer engineering is generally held during the last week in August. This consists of a four-day workshop and a much larger full-day symposium.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
1. Carothers, W. and J. Hill, "Linear Superpolyesters,"
J. Amer. Chem Soe., 54, 1559 (1932). "Artificial Fibers from Synthetic Linear Condensation Superpolymers," J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 54, 1579 (1932)
W. H. Carothers, I. Williams, A. M. Collins, and J. E. Kirby, "A New Synthetic Rubber, Chloroprene and its Polymers," J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 53, 4205 (1931).
2. Prados, J. W. and F. N. Peebles, "Two Dimensional
Laminar Flow Analysis Utilizing a Doubly Re-fratctory Liquid," AIChE Journal, 5, 225 (1959).
3. Bogue, D. C. and F. N. Peebles, "Birefringent Tech-
niques in Two Dimensional Flow," Trans. Soc. Rheol., 6, 317 (1962).
4. Adams, E. B., J. C. Whitehead and D. C. Bogue,
"Stress in a Viscoelastic Fluid in Converging and Diverging Flow," AIChE Journal, 11, 1026 (1965).
T. F. Fields and D. C. Bogue, "Stress-Birefringent Patterns of a Viscoelastic Fluid at a Sharp Edged Entrance," Trans. Soc. Rheol. 12, 39 (1968).
H. L. LaNieve and D. C. Bogue, "Correlation of Entrance Pressure Drops with Normal Stress Data," J. Appl. Poly. Sci., 12, 353 (1968).
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The heart of the instrument is a transparent, postcard-sized reagent packet that functions as a reaction chamber and optical cell for a
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Separate packsmade of a chemically inert, optically clear plastic-are designed for a variety of tests. And each pack is supplied with a binary code to instruct the analyzer. Packs for certain tests also contain individual disposable chromatographic columns to isolate specific constituents or molecular weight fractions on the sample.
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IMPRESSIONS OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN THE SOUTHERN TIER
L. E. SCRIVEN
University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. 55A55
rTUTERE'S A REVOLUTION in chemical engi-neering education in Brazil, Argentina, and Chilethe Southern Tier. It coincides with rising enrollments and expanding expectations. Leading the movement are dedicated engineers whose motives are predominantly idealistic and nationalistic. They and the younger rank-and-file look first of all to North America and Europe for models they can adapt to their own institutions. Increasing numbers of able Latin American engineering instructors are going overseas for postgraduate education, and in preparation for the roles they will play upon returning they need broader experience than they are likely to get today. In the Southern Tier the need is growing for visiting foreign professors who are not only effective teachers but also top-flight engineers and researchers.
These are among the most important impressions from a visit of a month-and-a-half I made in the fall of 1969. They are reinforced by reports reaching me by mail and from more recent travelers. During my visit I spent four weeks at COPPE, which is in essence the postgraduate school of engineering of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ, known as the University of Brasil until the mid-1960's). There I taught an intensive short course in fluid mechanics, gave seminars, and interacted with the faculty in a broader sphere. Thanks to F. M. Tiller, in charge of the Agency for International Development contract with the University of Houston which sponsored my stay at COPPE, I was able to proceed on to Argentina and Chile, stopping en route in Sao Paulo and Porto Alegre in Brazil. D. H. Scriven, my wife, was able to join me before I left Rio. Since our return we have been asked how, as norteamericanos, we were received. We were received as individuals, welcomed with open arms and swept off our feet by wonderful hospitality. On no occasion in our peregrination did we en-
counter hostility.
Stark contrasts exist among engineering schools in South America. At COPPE a graduate school has emerged, rather loosely connected to its university. At Sao Paulo a once dynamic institution lies crippled in the middle of the most heavily industrialized area in Latin America. At Porto Alegre in Southern Brazil engineering appears to be antediluvian. At Bahia Blanca in South-Central Argentina an industrially-connected undergraduate quasi-department is leading a forward-looking provincial university. At Buenos Aires engineering has been emasculated and a beautiful, modern chemical engineering building stands empty of its planners, with only a skeleton of a modern faculty. Nearby at La Plata two departments that together are the strongest chemical engineering research center in Latin America harbor some of those who should be in the capitol. At Concep-cion in the industrial heartland of Chile a distinguished South American university limps along on lottery proceeds but nevertheless is, or was, evolving into a modern institution. The chemical engineering department, indeed the entire school of engineering, has come to rely on income from contracts for testing and development work for industry. Some of the faculty are refugees from the Universidad Tecnica Frederico Santa Maria in Valparaiso, outstanding until it was severely disrupted not long ago (the first doctorate in engineering in Latin America was awarded there in the mid-1960's).
The norm in Latin-American universities was described in plain terms by Professor H. Moyses Nussenzveig, a Brasilian physicist now working in the United States. Anyone curious about the contrasts, or unimpressed by the achievements at COPPE, La Plata, Bahia Blanca, Concepion, and two or three other places (Salta and Santa Fe in Argentina, Santiago in Chile), should turn to Professor Nussenzveig (Science, 165, 1328- 1332, 26 September 1969). He happens to include accounts of events in Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires among his examples. More recent episodes in Argentina and Brazil are subjects of N. Geschwind's and P. W. Wygodzinsky's letters (Science, 6 March and 3 July 1970; see also Vasquez and Robertis's letter 7 August 1970). A more detached, short but revealing description of most Latin-American universities can be found in a two-year old article by Tiller, a chemical engineer, and R. E. Hattwick, an economist (Engi-
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Gold Medalist of the University of California at Berkeley in 1952, L. E. Scriven took his graduate degrees at the University of Delaware and was a research engineer with the Shell Development Company from 1956 to 1959. At Minnesota he is Professor of Chemical Engineering and a member of the Graduate Faculties of Fluid Mechanics and of Biology. Chief among his research interests are continuum theory of transport and transformation processes, dynamic instability and pattern interface and contact-line physics, and interphase transfer. In 1968 he was an invited speaker at the NATO Meeting on Transition from Laminar to Turbulent Flow in London, in 1969 at the National Heat Transfer Conference in Minneapolis. In March and April 1963 he was Guest Investigator in cell biology at The Rockefeller Institute; in Fall 1967, Visiting Professor at the University of Pennsylvania; in September and October 1969, Visiting Professor in the engineering graduate school, COPPE, at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, after which he lectured in Argentina and Chile. With C. V. Sternling he received the 1960 Colburn Award of the AIChE. In 1966 his university bestowed a Distinguished Teaching Award on him, and in 1968 he received the Chemical Engineering Division Lectureship Award of the American Society of Engineering Education. He is a consultant to Mobil Research and Development Corporation and the 3M Company, an advisory editor to the Prentice-Hall Series in the Chemical and Physical Engineering Sciences, and, as of recently, an associate editor of the Journal of Fluid Mechanics. With other enthusiasts he engages in a special experimental dynamics of a particle in a box handball, which, like the mountain world, is a lifelong avocation and, it might be added, as strong an influence on his family as his vocation and travels.
neering Education, 58, 509-516, February 1968).
Incidentally, my chance conversation with a couple old-style 'professors' bore out all I had read and been told: they are semi-educated, intellectually stunted, professionally downtrodden men eking out a middle class income by marathon lecturing at two or three different universities. There are those with backbone, but they are almost certain to be fractional-time 'professors' whose commitment is to their income-producing activity outside the university. No wonder that Latin students often feel themselves better qualified than their teachers to govern a university! The shame is that engineering students have so long been accustomed to copying down dictated notes in interminable lectures and parrotting them back in examinations, never working a problem, that they are likely to object vociferously if not violently when young reformers get control of a curriculum and expect them to become genuine students. There have been disturbances on just this account, mild ones in Bahia Blanca and destructive ones, I gathered, in Santa Fe, Argentina and Valparaiso, Chile.
Here are reports on three institutions at which I visited longest. The reports are followed by some important conclusions.
COPPE-UFRJ
PROTECTED BY ITS PSEUDONYM, Coorden-acao dos Programas Pos-graduacao de Engen-haria (= "Office for Coordinating Postgraduate Programs in Engineering"), is now a graduate school of chemical, mechanical, electrical, metallurgical, civil, naval, nuclear, production (industrial), and bio-medical engineering, with a degree program in applied mathematics and computer science the next likely addition. An outstanding feature is its utter informality: faculty, staff and students mix thoroughly, everyone is on a first-name basisand the graduate students seem quite aware of the goals and workings of the operation. Today COPPE is housed is well-appointed, partially air conditioned buildings on the new campus, Ilha da Cidade Universitaria, not far from the international airport. It was not always so.
Alberto Luiz Coimbra in 1960 was a relatively young professor of chemistry and chemical engineering who had taken an M.S. at Vanderbilt University in 1949 and who heavily supplemented his academic salaries from two universities with consulting and partnership in a small engineering design firm. Inspiration somehow seized him and with O.A.S. sponsorship he managed to tour U.S. chemical engineering departments early in 1961. He often says he was especially impressed with Neal Amundson's magic, which was then transmuting Minnesota. He turned to Frank Tiller of the University of Houston for liaison and secured support from the Organization of American States, the Fulbright Commission and the Rockefeller Foundation. He found a domestic source of funding in the Brasilian National Bank for Economic Development (BNDE), which eventually freed him from the internecine politics within the university and further insulated his organization. Coimbra launched a postgraduate program in chemical engineering in cramped quarters on the old campus in 1963. Donald Katz from Michigan and Louis Brand from Cincinnati visited and taught in the first year. So did Neil Pings from Caltech, for a six-week period. (Later came Ernest Henley, Ray Fahien, John Howell, and others for extended periods.) Two young Brasilian chemical engineers, Affonso Telles and Giulio Massarani, returned with M.S. degrees from University of Houston to teach. Telles later went
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back to Houston for his Ph.D., now heads the mathematics group at COPPE, and just spent a year at Imperial College. Massarani later went to Toulouse to begin his doctorate, which he is finishing with nice experimental research at COPPE on flow through porous media. Some who graduated with M.S. degrees that first year are very much in evidence, notably Carlos Perlingeiro, who came back with a Ph.D. from Stevens to head the chemical engineering program.
Each year the best graduate students are singled out for appointments as "monitors" (teaching assistants, roughly) and often are invited to plan on joining the faculty. The pattern is to spend a year or so as an instructor after receiving the M.S. and then, seasoned and well-motivated, to go overseas for the doctorate. From chemical engineering there are men at Imperial College, Leeds, Stanford, and Minnesota right now. I was told that so far everyone who has completed a doctorate has returned to COPPE, which is a remarkable departure from the past record in Latin America. A few instructors have continued graduate study at COPPE, and the first Ph.D., are being awarded this year. The recipients are likely to go abroad for a year of postdoctoral study.
From 20 to 30 students each year enter chemical engineering, 55 % completing two semesters of course work and 45% actually receiving the M.S., which requires a thesis (the total enrollment in all branches at the beginning of last year was 190 full-time students plus 185 part-time, production engineering being most popular by a fair margin). In chemical engineering, at least, all the students received fellowships, the stipends of which start low and rise rapidly with achievement. The best graduate students are very good indeed. A couple years ago COPPE began to send recruiting teams all over Brasil. Pairs of faculty members fly to a region and visit every undergraduate department in their field (more and more departments have COPPE alumni returning to their staffs, by the way.). Almost unconsciously they are making COPPE a communications center for modern engineering in a country where one of the major hindrances to development is poor communications. Goading them on is a new element of competition: PUC, the Pontificia Uni-versidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro, has started a graduate program in engineering (though not yet in chemical engineering) and last year began to beat the bushes.
One thing that helps attract students to COPPE is the availability of foreign professors there. I met long-term visiting professors from the U.S., Great Britain, Canada, France, Soviet Union, and Germany, most of them sponsored by their governments. U.S. aid of this sort has diminished of late. I was impressed by the fact that the program heads at COPPE are quite deliberately drawing on visitors for philosophies and practices of foreign educational systems, selecting from them, and synthesizing their own schemes.
A NOTHER IMPORTANT THING is the quiet, -^"-long-term campaign to reform undergraduate engineering education in the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. A few professors in COPPE have gotten membership in the faculties of chemical engineering, engineering or mathematics, and each year more manage to do so. Already metallurgical engineering has fallen to them: Walter Mannheimer, who has degrees in chemical engineering and industrial chemistry and a Ph.D. in metallurgy from Carnegie-Mellon and is one of the brightest lights in COPPE, heads the undergraduate department as well as the graduate program. Naval engineering has also been captured, and chemical engineering will probably be next.
COPPE has not had close liaison with industry. In chemical engineering there is little industrial support except for partial sponsorship of a research project on permselective membranes by BNDE and Petrobras (the national petroleum production and refining combine) involving three or four people, a project on sulfur from coal pyrites sponsored by the National Coal Commission, and a small project concerned wth maleic anhydride manufacture. Moreover the faculty is deficient in industrial experience and contacts. But Coimbra has been trying to set up an industrial research institute, referred to as "COPPETEC," which could go a long way toward rectifying the situation. Unfortunately the dominant industrial center is Sao Paulo, and there is strong rivalry between that city and Rio.
COPPE: PROGNOSIS
TN 1969 COPPE WAS providing fairly sound M.S. degree programs for training modern engineers and teachers of engineers, except that more emphasis on laboratory, design, and practical problem solving was needed. The ultimate goal was, and is, to educate creative engineers and professors of engineering who measure up to the world's best and will lead Brazil's future techno-
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logical development. Whether Professor Coimbra's brainchild, now in vigorous adolescence, will develop to its full potential and achieve the high standards he is aiming for is not clear. On the one hand he has built up a competent, enthusiastic, cooperative, fulltime, young staff; those selected for leadership responsibilities are dedicated and conscientious; twenty future staff members are doing postgraduate study overseas; there are some excellent students and, judging from their competence, they have had well-conceived and well-taught courses; the facilities are new and there seem to be no critical shortages of space or funds for equipment; graduates are taking positions throughout Brasil; and now students are being attracted from other countries. Though there is no longer a great need to rely on visiting foreign professors in chemical engineering there are many of them, especially in other fields. On the other hand, the financial basis seems temporary and the relationship with undergraduate education in the university regrettably weak; the programs probably still fall short of true university standards, particularly in the domain of research; the present faculty is overburdened with classroom teaching as well as all the demands of building a new institution and their opportunities for scholarly study and exploring new research directions are few; maintaining contact with mainstreams in the Northern Hemisphere is expensive ; library facilities though considerable are still spotty and pi'esent arrangements are insufficient for high-quality engineering research; staff members returning from overseas in the future may be in danger of disappointment because they may not share as deeply in the pioneering spirit that is still evident; there is no formal laboratory instruction although many of the incoming students are severely lacking in laboratory experience; there seems to be insufficient emphasis on design in some of the programs; connections with public and private industry need to be greatly strengtheened and many younger faculty members need more firsthand experience with practical engineering. They should also have more and better opportunities to estimate the present and future needs of Brasil. All of these things are evident to Professor Coimbra and his staff.
PLANTA PILOTO
TJAHIA BLANCA, A prosperous commercial, -"-^agricultural (grain and livestock), and transportation center, is the most important city in
southern Argentina. Located on the coast 700 km. south of Buenos Aires, it strikes Southwesterners as Albuquerque-by-the-Sea and reminds Canadians of Saskatchewan. It has two petroleum refineries and plans for a major chemical complex. What was comparatively low level technical college became the base on which, beginning over a decade ago, Universidad Nacional del Sur is being built. There has never been a faculty of law, a faculty of medicine or a faculty of philosophy and so the new university has some enormous advantages over older Latin American institutions. It is fertile ground for educational reforms though the harvest so far seems a mixed bag.
Into this situation about six years ago came Ingeniero Enrique Rotstein, an Argentinian fresh from two years' engineering with Monsanto in Springfield, Massachusetts a most unusual young man, full of vision and ambition and drive and, as it has turned out, skill in dealing with his elders and an uncanny gift for inspiring his contemporaries and juniors. Within the Departa-mento de Quimica e Ingenieria Quimica he has built what is really a department of chemical engineering and an engineering development laboratory, with a full-time professional staff of about 15 enthusiastic and dedicated young men and women (2), almost all of them from Bahia Blanca and surroundings. But of course it cannot be called what it isRotstein's "principle of being a nonentity," which explains certain features of COPPE, as well. For obscure historical reasons, it is the Planta Piloto de Ingenieria Quimica, and this name is now borne proudly.
All of the staff salaries are paid by the university, but most of the rest of the support comes from industry. The drawing card has been research on effects of agitation by mechanical vibration on transport phenomena and reactor performance, and development of novel apparatus for producing agitation. Engineer Rotstein and his colleagues have revolutionized the undergraduate curriculum in chemical engineering in both style and content, bringing it into the 1960's and doing so with due regard for Argentina's needs. Yet many of the students did not understand and there were problems with them. The best of the students each year have been recruited into the faculty and now, after much deliberate effort, there is good rapport with the undergraduates.
The undergraduate curriculum has been cut from seven to six years, five of which are spent in course work. Eight months of the sixth year
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are spent in research and then there is a three-month training period in some industry. In chemical engineering the number of classroom hours has been reduced drastically, courses have been consolidated and modernized, textbooks have been introduced and problem solving has been emphasized. In comparison with U.S. curricula, the extra year of study represents subjects important to a plant engineer who must design and specify equipment by himself and immediately play business and management roles as well. The overall level approaches that of many U.S. Master's degrees.
In regard to faculty development Rotstein's program calls for staff members to go overseas once for an M.S. degree, as four have done and others are doing, and then again later for two years of additional study or possibly for a doctorate. Those who have already been seem to have done well: they are an impressive lot. Some tell of the trauma in adjusting to overseas university standardsRotstein says "cultural shock"and then of readapting when they returnEdgard Vieira in Rio speaks of the "re-entry problem."
Despite comparatively enlightened administration and many reform-minded individuals Univer-sidad National del Sur still suffers from the traditional afflictions of Latin American universities. Because all appointments down to and including department head are at the pleasure of the Minister of Education in Buenos Aires, whose tenure in office is generally much shorter than even that of the President, the administrative structure cannot help but be permeated with politics, diluted only a bit by distance from Buenos Aires. Since my visit there have been at least two changes of rector (university president). To have the continuity to build anything substantial it is necessary to be a nonentitya pilot plant, for instance. Recent news that Enrique Rotstein may have to become department head is probably not good news!
DEPARTMENTO DE INGENIERIA QUIMICA rpHE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA coastal zone is mirrored by the region around Concepcion. The region is also the industrial heartland of Chile: coal mines, steel mill, textile factories, glass manufacture, paper mills and wood products, fisheries (including a whaling station), hydroelectric power, and now petroleum refining and the Petroquimica Chilena complex. Progress in Escue-la de Ingenieria, Universidad de Concepcion, seems to have been more evolutionary than elsewhere I visited. Established faculty members
have taken the lead and strongly encouraged younger men. The Ford Foundation and other international organizations have assisted. From Department de Ingenieria Quimica, Professor Gustavo Pisarro, one-time dean of engineering, and Professor Alfredo Searle, head of the department, have visited Minnesota and elsewhere in the U.S.
In addition to Searle and Pizarro there are four other full professors. Their fields are thermodynamics and kinetics, corrosion and electrochemistry, textile technology, and wood technology. These activities include testing and development laboratories that bring in funds from industry which are vital to the operation of the department. The production manager of the local oil refinery, which is only five years old and is still expanding rapidly, is a part-time professor. Searle himself does a lot of design work as a consultant specializing in drying processes and fish-meal processing (as he points out, Chile is still somewhat surprisingly deficient in protein). Sometimes he assigns parts of his problems to students in the design course. Thus the chemical engineering department at Concepcion enjoys intimate relations with industry and has for many years.
Searle studied for a year at the University of Michigan in the early 1950's. In his department he built a very good unit operations laboratory along traditional lines, but by the mid-1960's he was installing smaller apparatus to illustrate transport phenomena directly and now his younger colleagues are doing the same. There are five of them, bright, sound, and committed to the enterprise. Two have come back recently from the U.S. with M.S. degrees, and others are to go overseas for graduate study in due course. One of the department's outstanding former students, Fernando Concha, returned with a Minnetosa Ph.D. in mineral dressing and rapidly rose to a professorship in metallurgical engineering.
Almost all of the graduates of the department have been snapped up by Chilean industry, I was given to understand. The curriculum was extensively revised around 1966 after Searle's visits in the U.S. It still requires six years, of which much of the first would be considered preparatory by current U.S. standards, and most of the last is devoted to business and management subjects, besides a "senior thesis" and a free elective. Elsewhere in the curriculum there are courses in strength of materials, industrial construction, electrical engineering, machines, control, basic
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measurements, instrumental analysis, etc. But the core is mathematics, physics, chemistry, and the same basic chemical engineering courses that are found in Northamerican departments that have managed to avoid faddish extremes in their development.
The traditional afflictions are not absent. A student strike in 1969 interrupted all classes for weeks and the second semester had to be postponed a month. While the engineering professors lay the blame on students and non-students in other parts of the university, the school of engineering is subject to its own brand of student pressures owing to the existence within the same institution of a "technical university" which awards another kind of engineering degree after only four years of study (as against six). In the last few years there has been rapid turnover of deans and rectors, (all of them elected by students, staff and faculty. One able and respected reform rector simply resigned and left when disruptions became acute and additional problems loomed. According to later reports from Concepcion, the debilitating turmoil continues in the university. Engineering in Concepcion, even more than in Bahia Blanca, Rio, and elsewhere, will be able to make greater social contributions when day-to-day functioning of the university is insulated a bit from searing political windsif that ever happens!
SOME CONCLUSIONS
A revolution in engineering education is in progress in Brazil, Argentina, and Chile. Though the movement is still fragmented it has sufficient momentum to reform applied science and engineering in those countries, from what I have been able to learn. Common features of the best developments seem to be inspired leadership, youth-fulness, total commitment, concern for students, overseas connections, financial support independent of university and government, and political transparency. (A coincidental feature is many people who speak fluent English, thank goodness.) The motives of the leaders are predominantly idealistic and nationalistic. They are imbuing talented young people with their vision and confidence and they are providing them with the necessary education, first at home and then overseas. Irrespective of political stripe all three governments have powerful arms working seriously for technological development. (General educational development unfortunately lacks such advocates.) Talented and well educated engineers are going to be needed more and more for planning, design, management, development and, eventually, research (beyond research as a concomitant of teaching). One of the aims mentioned in all these countries is to begin offsetting the vast importation of technology, which is quite costly in several regards. The more visionary leaders are
hopeful of leapfrogging into the international market of technology, by bringing sophisticated modern science and engineering to bear on problems that have facets peculiar to the geographical, economic, or cultural state of their own and similar countries. In my understanding Japan is the nation that has been notably successful in this regard and it may be that Latin American engineering educators should examine the Japanese experience more thoroughly.
The new breed of engineering professors looks first of all to the United States and Great Britain for models on which to pattern undergraduate curricular reforms and new postgraduate programs. Those who visit overseas are generally mature enough to remain critical of what they encounter, and now they are returning to groups more than sophisticated enough to select and adapt ideas best suited to their own circumstances.
Young faculty members coming to the United States and other countries for graduate study should get broader experience in preparation for the roles they will play at home. For chemical engineers I have in mind summer jobs and temporary jobs just before returning, in the chemical, metallurgical, pharmaceutical, and food processing industries, in research institutes, in government laboratories, and in planning agencies of international organizations such as the UN and OAS. I also have in mind professional meetings, research conferences, visits to plants and laboratories, etc. I wonder about courses and seminars within the university which might have special relevance to developing nations in general and Latin America in particular. It seems unlikely that ordinary courses in management, finance, economics and planning would be suitable. Perhaps with a nucleus of graduate students in engineering from Latin America a university's Office of International Programs could precipitate a worthwhile seminar course. With addition of interested local faculty and invited authorities from outside the university it might grow to dimensions visible from south of the border.
Engineering departments receiving graduate students from Latin America should give more thought to their needs. At the same time, engineers applying from Latin America need more information about programs, departments and universities not only in the U.S. and Great Britain, but also Canada, The Netherlands, and elsewhere. Returnees are comparing experiences and spreading the word that not all departments are equally solicitous of graduate students, not all professors are equally accessible, not all programs are of equal quality, not all universities provide equally stimulating intellectual atmospheres, not all past reputations match current realities.
There is growing need in Rio, La Plata, Bahia Blanca and undoubtedly elsewhere in Latin America for visiting professors who are not only effective teachers but also first-rate engineers and researchers. They must be friendly, forward-looking, and flexible, and they are likely to be appreciated even more if they are willing to wrestle with a little Portuguese or Spanish, and if they can manage to find in their homeland some of the travel funds and financial support they may require. Such persons can, by spending a month, or a quarter, a semester or more, give a real boost to the educational revolution in the Southern Tier.
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Various AIChE Committees concerned with educational matters have furnished CEE with reports of their activities for the year 1970.
REPORT OF EDUCATION AND ACCREDITATION COMMITTEE
S. G. BANKOFF Chairman
ACCREDITATION ACTIONS
A total of 39 accreditation actions were recommended by the Committee to Council. A summary has been furnished separately to Council members. This represents a significant increase in work load from last year's total of 22 accreditation actions. These accreditation recommendations were developed by the committee at the San Juan meeting in early May, despite the fact that a number of accreditation visits are scheduled in April. This imposes strain upon the Chemical Engineering inspector, who writes a considerably more detailed report than his fellow inspectors, and also upon the Committee in its evaluation of these reports by mail ballot. We intend to consider proposals for improving this situation.
PERSONNEL
R. E. Treybal left the committee this year, after a six-year period of devoted and effective service. He was replaced by D. M. Mason of Stanford University. Shortly afterwards W. H. Corcoran, Vice Chairman of the AIChE E&A Committee, was elected to the post of Vice Chairman Operations, Engineering Education and Accreditation Committee of ECPD, so that AIChE was permitted to nominate another member of the E.E. & A. Committee. After consultations with officers of AIChE and of the E&A Committee, George Burnet was chosen to represent AIChE on the ECPD E.E. & A. Committee. At the time time he became a Vice-Chairman of the AIChE E&A Committee, J. G. Knudsen continues to serve on the AIChE E&A Committee as Vice-Chairman, and on the ECPD E&A Committee as an AIChE representative. R. B. Beckman, the Past-Chairman of the E&A Committee, was also Past-Chairman of the ECPD E.E. & A. Committee. M. S. Peters and S. W. Churchill, who served actively as members of the AIChE E&A Committee, in addition represented AIChE on the ECPD Board of Directors. AIChE was thus well represented in the deliberations and policy studies of these important bodies. We continue to have a dedicated and able committee membership, most of whom
also served as accreditation inspectors during the past year.
A total of six new inspectors were added to the Ad Hoc Visitors List, while seven were dropped. This represents the largest turnover in recent years. An orientation session was held at the Washington meeting of AIChE last December, in order to brief the accreditation inspectors on current problems and procedures. Nominations for this listing are solicited from the membership at large. All such names are placed on a ballot form, which is then voted upon by the E&A Committee members. Every member of the Ad Hoc Visitors List must annually reaffirm his willingness to serve as an accreditation inspector.
ACCREDITATION PROCEDURES
Several experimental accreditation inspections were held during the year by the E.E. & A Committee of ECPD, in order to judge the effectiveness of institutional accreditation versus departmental accreditation. In each case a departmental accreditation was held concurrently or consecutively, and the accreditation recommendation followed that of the departmental inspection, in accordance with established procedures. J. G. Knudsen was chairman of the subcommittee of the E.E. & A. Committee which conducted these experiments.
The instruction booklets for accreditation inspectors are currently being revised by a subcommittee headed by S. W. Churchill. We continue to operate in accordance with the 1937 agreement between AIChE and ECPD, whereby the more severe of the separate recommendations of AIChE and of ECPD takes effect. It is of interest that the American Nuclear Society has requested that the evaluation procedures of AIChE be adopted with respect to its own area, although in their case the recommendations are not binding.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OPTIONS IN NON-SPECIALIZED ENGINEERING CURRICULA
At its meeting in Denver on August 29, 1970, Council approved a resolution forwarded to it by the E&A Committee. This dealt with the subject of chemical engineering options or areas of spec-
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ialization in nonspecific engineering curricula, such as general engineering, engineering science, etc. In essence this resolution stated that if schools wish accreditation only as an engineering curriculum, without specifically implying that its chemical engineering option has been separately accredited, ECPD would accredit on that basis. However, if the school wishes to state in any of its informational literature or transcripts that a chemical engineering option has been accredited, the regular procedures and standards of AIChE would have to be followed. This resolution was forwarded to the ECPD E.E. & A. Committee, who now have it under consideration.
c 22 book reviews
Elementary Chemical Reactor Analysis Rutherford Aris
Prentice-Hall, (1969) xii plus 352 pp. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.
The book is similar in approach and subject matter to Aris' earlier text "Introduction to the Analysis of Chemical Reactors", Prentice-Hall, 1965. The main differences lie in the addition of several detailed examples analyzing realistic situations of the kinetics or reactor design for actual chemical reactions, and in reducing some of the mathematical complexity. As is to be expected of the author, the book is excellently written and reads well. A brief, but adequate list of the most pertinent references of direct use with the text material is included at the each of each chapter.
The use of the term "analysis" in both book titles is appropriate, for the focus is on the formal mathematical aspects of the subject. Because of this, many instructors may not choose the text for an introductory undergraduate course, as is the stated intent of the author, but rather in a basic graduate course. At the latter level, with some prior knowledge of chemical reactor design and advanced mathematics, the more general and absctract mathematical treatment may be better understood and appreciated. Certainly every graduate student should have some exposure to the sophisticated description of of the kinetics of the general reaction Sa^A, = 0 as often used in modern chemical reaction engineering analysis. Since the text was not really written for graduate students, however, a certain amount of useful material (e.g., catalyst deactivation) might need to be added by the instructor.
The book begins with an over-view of the subject, including a useful flow chart, and gives many of the important sources of information journals, books, and reviews. Chapter 2 presents the formal logical aspects of stoichiometry. Included are definitions of extent (the use of moles/volume rather than the classical notation moles can be confusing) and rates of reaction along with independence of complex reaction systems. Thermochemistry is discussed in Chapter 3, again from a formal point of view, but including some information on heats of reaction, etc.
Next "The Progress of the Reaction in Time" for elementary (isothermal, batch reactor) integration of the rate equations for the standard simple kinetic schemes is presented, including a brief treatment of reaction paths for complex systems of first order reactions. The final chapter (6) discussing kinetics is concerned with heterogeneous reactions. Adsorption mechanisms, external, and internal diffusion processes are covered in some detail; the reviewer feels that Aris' treatment here is one of the best available from the viewpoint of kinetics required for reactor design.
Chapter 7 on the perfectly mixed flow reactor begins the study of actual reactor design. It starts with derivation and discussion of rigorous general transient mass and heat balances, and some aspects such as incompatible feed and initial conditions which are unavailable elsewhere. The notion of, physical reasons for, and some mathematical treatment of autothermal stability is covered. An excellent detailed design example is given as well as optimal sequences of stirred tank reactors. The discussion of imperfect mixing, segregation, etc., which was kept brief and simplified, may not be very understandable without further explanation in class.
Various types of adiabatic reactor design problems are treated in Chapter 8, including stirred tank and tubular cases. For the latter, it might have been preferable to put this chapter after the one on tubular reactor design. Most of the text material is devoted to the algebraic aspects of optimization of single and sequences of adiabatic reactors. Chapter 9 is devoted to the tubular (plug flow) reactor and begins with the standard steady state design methods, proceeding to optimal temperature profiles, and co-and counter current cooled reactors, the latter with an excellent example of ammonia synthesis.
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Parametric sensitivity and autothermal stability cerned with optimal operation and control of
are next treated and the chapter concludes with batch reactors.
a discussion of flow profile and axial dispersion K. B. Bischoff
effects. The last chapter (10) is primarily con- Cornell University
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curriculum
Specialization in FINE PARTICLE TECHNOLOGY
CLYDE ORR, JR.
Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, Georgia
American universities do not emphasize sub-specialities within a general field as much as do some of our European counterparts, except by way of thesis research. Georgia Tech and Loughborough University of Technology in England are inaugurating an exchange program for first-year master's degree graduate students in chemical engineering that will bring somewhat more specialization into U. S. education and will broaden the program for the English students. The area of specialization of this initial program may be generally termed fine particle technology.
Loughborough University is primarily a technological institution with departments covering a full range of engineering disciplines, applied sciences, management, and the social sciences. It is much like Georgia Tech in orientation, course offering, size, and student background. Within its chemical engineering department are professors having special competence in solid-liquid separation, comminution, emplsification, mixing and blending, and the like, while Georgia Tech competence in the fine particle area tends more toward aerosol technology and air pollution abatement. Exposure of students to both special groups with their different viewpoints along with instruction in the more traditional subjects of thermodynamics, transport phenomena, advanced mathematics, etc., will result, it is beileved, in an augmented educational experience and lead to considerable expertise on the part of the recipients
Approximately the first six months of graduate study will be spent at the foreign institution and the remaining time at the home institution, thus enabling the students to conduct their thesis research at the home institution. The thesis prob-
lem must involve some aspect of particle technology. The degree will be awarded by the home institution upon satisfactory completion of the course of study. Each institution enrolls its own students and is responsible for obtaining or advising on financial support for its students.
A typical Master's program for Georgia Tech students at Loughborough would be as follows:
Fall Quarter
Mathematics Fluid Mechanics Heat & Mass Transfer Thermodynamics Computing
Laboratory (6 hrs/wk)
Winter Quarter Mathematics
Particle Characterization Particle/Fluid Systems Interfacial Phenomena Particle Lab. 15 hrs/wk)
Upon returning to Georgia Tech, students will be required (1) to complete satisfactorily two of the three graduate courses: Aerosol Technology, Industrial Emission Control, and Atmospheric Reactions; (2) submit an acceptable thesis; and (3) participate, as long as enrolled, in a seminar course.
WHITE: Polymer Program (Con'd from p. 41.)
R. L. Boles, H. L. Davis and D. C. Bogue, "Entrance Flows of Polymers Materials: Pressure Drop and Flow Patterns," Poly. Eng. Sci., 10, 29 (1970).
5. Bogue, D. C, "An Explicit Constitutive Equasion
Based on an Integrated Strain History," Ind. Eng. Chem. Fund., 5, 253 (1966).
6. White, J. L., "Elastomer Rheology and Processing,"
Rubber Chem. Technol., 42, 257 (1969).
7. Ballenger, T. F., I. J. Chen, J. W. Crowder, G. F.
Hagler, D. C. Bogue and J. L. White," Polymer Melt Flow Instabilities in Extrusion: Investigation of the Mechanism and Material and Geometric Variables," Trans. Soc. Rheol. (in press). 8: White, J. L. and M. Yamamoto "Lattice Theory of Melting of a Crystalline Polymer," J. Phys. Soc. Japan, 28, 891 (1970).
"A Theory of Deformation and Strain Induced Crystallization of an Elastomeric Network Polymer," (to be published). 9. White, J. L. and G. Kingry "Theoretical Analysis and Critique of the chromatographic separation of Macromolecules Using Parous Adsorbents" J. Appl. Poly. Sci. (in press)
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P36_SP00162
P36_ST00185 591 1385 0.26 68
P36_SP00163 634 1407
P36_ST00186 655 1375 IBM
P36_SP00164 741 1406
P36_ST00187 761 0770
P36_SP00165 847 1405
P36_ST00188 1374 6047
P36_SP00166 1404
P36_ST00189 1372 decimal 7230031
P36_SP00167 1115
P36_ST00190 91 digit 75741
P36_TL00024 1422
P36_ST00191 1429 139 display 0.52 7077614
P36_SP00168 1466
P36_ST00192 1428 557
P36_SP00169 464 1459
P36_ST00193 1437
P36_SP00170 504 1458
P36_ST00194 526 1427 six
P36_SP00171 580
P36_ST00195 601 1426 7025053
P36_SP00172
P36_ST00196 1425 70813
P36_SP00173 860 1462
P36_ST00197 1423 144 manual 050280
P36_SP00174 1455
P36_ST00198 1044 10545
P36_SP00175 1461
P36_ST00199 1169 de
P36_TL00025 1474
P36_ST00200 1479 vice 0010
P36_SP00176 1511
P36_ST00201 1489 we 10
P36_SP00177 1510
P36_ST00202 1478 02203
P36_SP00178 1509
P36_ST00203 1477 106 03458
P36_SP00179 652 1514
P36_ST00204 1475 simple 600550
P36_SP00180 808
P36_ST00205 841 1476
P36_SP00181 882 1506
P36_ST00206 position 60643003
P36_SP00182 1513
P36_ST00207 rotary 536120
P36_TL00026 237 1523
P36_ST00208 1530 174 switches. 560305070
P36_SP00183 1561
P36_ST00209 1528 145 Typical 0253031
P36_SP00184 1566
P36_ST00210 1538 use
P36_SP00185 1559
P36_ST00211 669 1527
P36_SP00186 707 1558
P36_ST00212 720
P36_SP00187 781
P36_ST00213 797 1526 04701
P36_SP00188 901 1565
P36_ST00214 1524 involves 00053006
P36_SP00189 1556
P36_ST00215 1092 setting 6050017
P36_TL00027 1573
P36_ST00216 1590 up
P36_SP00190 283 1618
P36_ST00217
P36_SP00191 322 1611
P36_ST00218 1580
P36_SP00192 396
P36_ST00219 1579 04804
P36_SP00193 507 1616
P36_ST00220 number 210707
P36_SP00194 673 1610
P36_ST00221 1577 0.45
P36_SP00195 729 1608
P36_ST00222 747 1578 370
P36_SP00196
P36_ST00223 827 605034
P36_SP00197 1613
P36_ST00224 1575 165 switches 40020206
P36_SP00198 1135 1606
P36_ST00225 405
P36_TL00028 1624
P36_ST00226 1631 pushing 8061068
P36_SP00199 1669
P36_ST00227 1630
P36_SP00200 472 1661
P36_ST00228 1629 button 442008
P36_SP00201 619 1660
P36_ST00229 642 1627 197 associated 3810334305
P36_SP00202 1659
P36_ST00230 861 1626 3032
P36_SP00203 1657
P36_ST00231 1634 6400035
P36_SP00204 1112 1663
P36_ST00232 alert 01052
P36_TL00029 238 1674
P36_ST00233 1691 seven. 500050
P36_SP00205 353 1712
P36_ST00234 1680 199 Responses 605600704
P36_SP00206 570 1717
P36_ST00235 1679
P36_SP00207 1709
P36_ST00236 1678
P36_SP00208
P36_ST00237 00334
P36_SP00209 821 1715
P36_ST00238 838 1686 can 045
P36_SP00210 1708
P36_ST00239 1676
P36_SP00211 1707
P36_ST00240 980 182 displayed 007606006
P36_SP00212 1713
P36_ST00241 1182 1684
P36_TL00030 1725 990
P36_ST00242 1732 180
P36_SP00213 296 1763
P36_ST00243 323 1730 3482060
P36_SP00214 1768
P36_ST00244 476 1729 display. 44775760
P36_SP00215 624
P36_ST00245
P36_SP00216 1761
P36_ST00246 1728 6346356
P36_SP00217 892 1765
P36_ST00247 1727
P36_SP00218 1758
P36_ST00248 976 1726 also 6040
P36_SP00219 1049 1757
P36_ST00249 used 5706
P36_SP00220
P36_ST00250 1189
P36_TL00031 1779
P36_ST00251 1782 153 indicate 11460400
P36_SP00221 1814
P36_ST00252 410 1790 errors 037037
P36_SP00222 1813
P36_ST00253 1789 as 67
P36_SP00223 1811
P36_ST00254 they 0502
P36_SP00224 1817
P36_ST00255 1788 114 occur. 300460
P36_TL00032 1861
P36_ST00256 1863 THE 065
P36_SP00225 303 1891
P36_ST00257 329 SOFTWARE 13400446
P36_TL00033 1910
P36_ST00258 1919 Figure 127040
P36_SP00226 438 1956
P36_ST00259 454 1918
P36_SP00227 473 1948
P36_ST00260 489 1917
P36_SP00228 519
P36_ST00261 534 1927 4
P36_SP00229
P36_ST00262 1916 163 diagram 4348530
P36_SP00230 1953
P36_ST00263 1915
P36_SP00231 786 1945
P36_ST00264 801 1914 59
P36_SP00232
P36_ST00265 interrelationships 276055064431313276
P36_TL00034 1960
P36_ST00266 1970 0.90 11
P36_SP00233 276 2001
P36_ST00267 291
P36_SP00234 351 2000
P36_ST00268 367 1968 major 13004
P36_SP00235 483 2006
P36_ST00269 500 1967 159 routines 41300412
P36_SP00236 659 1998
P36_ST00270 677 1964 developed 300053604
P36_SP00237 865
P36_ST00271 for
P36_SP00238 1994
P36_ST00272 957 1971 0500066
P36_SP00239
P36_ST00273 moni monitoring
P36_TL00035 2011
P36_ST00274 2020 toring 403117
P36_SP00240 2057
P36_ST00275 2018 107
P36_SP00241 2050
P36_ST00276 2017 control 0072353
P36_SP00242 2049
P36_ST00277 2016 22308
P36_SP00243 744 2052
P36_ST00278 2024 our 134
P36_SP00244 834 2045
P36_ST00279 859 2012 178 303743550
P36_SP00245 1037
P36_ST00280 1064 All 170
P36_SP00246 2043
P36_ST00281 552 programs
P36_TL00036 2060
P36_ST00282 2079 grams 85605
P36_SP00247 2107
P36_ST00283 2078 are
P36_SP00248 2100
P36_ST00284 456 2068 written 1405406
P36_SP00249 2099
P36_ST00285 2067
P36_SP00250 656 2097
P36_ST00286 2064 225 FORTRAN 0650646
P36_SP00251
P36_ST00287 2063 except 002004
P36_SP00252 2101
P36_ST00288 2062 080
P36_SP00253 2093
P36_ST00289 1139
P36_TL00037 2112
P36_ST00290 2119 provided 64000006
P36_SP00254 2158
P36_ST00291 0575
P36_SP00255 521 2149
P36_ST00292 2116 inputoutput 567412030654
P36_SP00256 2155
P36_ST00293 828 2113 169 routines. 500400055
P36_SP00257 997 2145
P36_ST00294
P36_SP00258 2143
P36_ST00295 heart 63373
P36_TL00038 239 2162
P36_ST00296 2171
P36_SP00259 2202
P36_ST00297 2170
P36_SP00260
P36_ST00298 2178 17077205
P36_SP00261 558 2208
P36_ST00299 576 2177
P36_SP00262 2199
P36_ST00300 654 2167
P36_SP00263 2198
P36_ST00301 2165 181 executive 000034500
P36_SP00264
P36_ST00302 933 2163 34301005
P36_SP00265 2195
P36_ST00303 which 07417
P36_TL00039 2212
P36_ST00304 2231
P36_SP00266 2253
P36_ST00305 2221 given 70000
P36_SP00267 2259
P36_ST00306 453 2220
P36_SP00268 490 2250
P36_ST00307 2228 more 3140
P36_SP00269 611
P36_ST00308 2217 detail 600234
P36_SP00270 2249
P36_ST00309 769
P36_SP00271 2247
P36_ST00310 832 2216 008460
P36_SP00272 964
P36_ST00311 2215 4.
P36_SP00273 2245
P36_ST00312 1047 2214
P36_SP00274
P36_ST00313 1146 only 0403
P36_TL00040 2263
P36_ST00314 2272 20110606
P36_SP00275 397 2304
P36_ST00315 414 2281
P36_SP00276 2302
P36_ST00316 2280 82 user 2505
P36_SP00277 533
P36_ST00317 2269 needs 70015
P36_SP00278 2301
P36_ST00318 2270 03
P36_SP00279 2300
P36_ST00319 2267 supply 506734
P36_SP00280 853 2306
P36_ST00320 2276
P36_SP00281 932 2297
P36_ST00321 2266
P36_SP00282 2296
P36_ST00322 2264 User 0807
P36_SP00283
P36_ST00323 76 Rou Routines
P36_TL00041 2317
P36_ST00324 2323 93 tines 63306
P36_SP00284 2355
P36_ST00325 354 2332
P36_SP00285 2354
P36_ST00326 420 2321 358560
P36_SP00286 2359
P36_ST00327 3,
P36_SP00287 2357
P36_ST00328 2320 part 7254
P36_SP00288 2358
P36_ST00329 736 2319
P36_SP00289 774 2350
P36_ST00330 795 2318
P36_SP00290 2349
P36_ST00331 878 Execute 0.86 7000100
P36_SP00291 1034 2348
P36_ST00332 2324 program 3538756
P36_TL00042 2365
P36_ST00333 2384
P36_SP00292 282 2406
P36_ST00334 300 2374 131 007130
P36_SP00293 431 2411
P36_ST00335 2373 4,
P36_SP00294 2409
P36_ST00336 2371 0.38
P36_SP00295 2403
P36_ST00337 582 2381
P36_SP00296 2402
P36_ST00338 2370 special 7500260
P36_SP00297
P36_ST00339 766 2379 0505
P36_SP00298 848 2400
P36_ST00340 2368 data 4523
P36_SP00299 2399
P36_ST00341 966 2367 06423
P36_SP00300 2405
P36_ST00342 1086 routine 6010570
P36_TL00043 2423
P36_ST00343 2425 if
P36_SP00301 2456
P36_ST00344 desired. 60766050
P36_SP00302 437 -131
P36_ST00345 2475
P36_SP00303 380
P36_ST00346 406 2473 300020500
P36_SP00304 2504
P36_ST00347 2471 10401006
P36_SP00305 2502
P36_ST00348 2470
P36_SP00306 2500
P36_ST00349 2468 307550
P36_SP00307
P36_ST00350
P36_SP00308 2498
P36_ST00351 2476
P36_SP00309
P36_ST00352 1160 2466 five 3301
P36_TL00044 2518
P36_ST00353 2523 226 subroutines 63560510708
P36_SP00310 2556
P36_ST00354 2522 37026
P36_SP00311 2553
P36_ST00355 633 2531
P36_SP00312 2552
P36_ST00356 2521
P36_SP00313 780 2551
P36_ST00357 indicated 077603406
P36_SP00314 984 2550
P36_ST00358 55700
P36_SP00315 2548
P36_ST00359 1137 2526 com common
P36_TL00045 2567
P36_ST00360 2585 mon
P36_SP00316 2606
P36_ST00361 2574
P36_SP00317 418 2605
P36_ST00362 432 2572 tables. 0180030
P36_SP00318 555 2604
P36_ST00363
P36_SP00319 645 2602
P36_ST00364 2571 147 Process 7200036
P36_SP00320 807
P36_ST00365 822 2569 Alert 43074
P36_SP00321 2600
P36_ST00366 2568 160 Handler 7112704
P36_SP00322 2599
P36_ST00367 1114 113 issues 067304
P36_TL00046 2618
P36_ST00368 2636
P36_SP00323 2658
P36_ST00369 277 2623 215 34 conditional 03875031460
P36_SP00324 2657
P36_ST00370 2622 read 6068
P36_SP00325 596 2654
P36_ST00371 641
P36_SP00326
P36_ST00372 2621
P36_SP00327 2653
P36_ST00373 784 2619 1075408
P36_SP00328 2652
P36_ST00374 2627 0.50 66086507
P36_SP00329
P36_ST00375 1148 stop 6607
P36_TL00047 2668
P36_ST00376 2675 183 execution 000040127
P36_SP00330 2708
P36_ST00377 2674 until 25404
P36_SP00331 542 2705
P36_ST00378 572 2683
P36_SP00332 592 2704
P36_ST00379 622 2682 5623066
P36_SP00333 2711
P36_ST00380 2671 25062
P36_SP00334 887 2703
P36_ST00381 2680
P36_SP00335 2702
P36_ST00382 2670
P36_SP00336 1048 2701
P36_ST00383 1079 2669 5365
P36_SP00337 1166 2700
P36_ST00384 1197
P36_TL00048 2719
P36_ST00385 2727 124 closed. 0406060
P36_SP00338 2759
P36_ST00386 2726
P36_SP00339 2757
P36_ST00387 2734 6520045
P36_SP00340 635 2763
P36_ST00388 2723 57035
P36_SP00341 755 2755
P36_ST00389 2722 (s)
P36_SP00342 2760
P36_ST00390 851 2721 24603
P36_SP00343 2753
P36_ST00391 2720 0.42
P36_SP00344 2752
P36_ST00392 1053 closed 060706
P36_SP00345 2751
P36_ST00393
P36_TL00049 2773
P36_ST00394 2777 179 identified 5704002218
P36_SP00346 2809
P36_ST00395 2776
P36_SP00347 2807
P36_ST00396 2775
P36_SP00348 609 2806
P36_ST00397 corresponding 0044046066588
P36_SP00349 2812
P36_ST00398 2780 response 40744860
P36_SP00350
P36_ST00399 2779 054
P36_TL00050 240 2821
P36_ST00400 2838 gram 8750
P36_SP00351 2866
P36_ST00401 2828
P36_SP00352 2858
P36_ST00402 put
P36_SP00353 2865
P36_ST00403 2827 onto 0.98
P36_SP00354 2857
P36_ST00404 2826 082
P36_SP00355 2856
P36_ST00405 2824 Execution 100430010
P36_SP00356
P36_ST00406 885 2823 Stack 10660
P36_SP00357 2854
P36_ST00407 2822 0.33
P36_SP00358 2859
P36_ST00408 priority 72423706
P36_TL00051 2872
P36_ST00409 2879 07707
P36_SP00359 344 2915
P36_ST00410 2878
P36_SP00360 2909
P36_ST00411 2886 6404530
P36_SP00361 2916
P36_ST00412 618 2876 158 Stacker. 42660040
P36_SP00362 2907
P36_ST00413 2874 Control 3100606
P36_SP00363 2906
P36_ST00414 955 0.37
P36_SP00364 2904
P36_ST00415 0704
P36_SP00365 1084 2903
P36_ST00416 passed 684708
P36_TL00052 2922
P36_ST00417 2931
P36_SP00366 2961
P36_ST00418 299 2929 Execute, 00000501
P36_SP00367 2965
P36_ST00419 488 2928 7371
P36_SP00368
P36_ST00420 2927
P36_SP00369 2957
P36_ST00421 2926 05303
P36_SP00370
P36_ST00422 793 2925
P36_SP00371 2956
P36_ST00423 2934 5705
P36_SP00372 929
P36_ST00424 171 supplied. 645600070
P36_SP00373 2962
P36_ST00425 Any 015
P36_TB00002 263
P36_TL00053 1755
P36_ST00426 ( 0.13 8
P36_SP00374 1766
P36_ST00427 1807 START 08754
P36_SP00375 1860
P36_ST00428 1904 285 12 J 0.30
P36_TL00054 1776
P36_ST00429 INITIALIZE 3658838647
P36_TL00055 1467 439
P36_ST00430 SETUP 05076
P36_SP00376 1520 -42
P36_ST00431 DATA 3706
P36_TL00056 2066
P36_ST00432 ,( 0.21 78
P36_TL00057 2083 9
P36_ST00433 \ 0.27
P36_TB00003 2144
P36_TL00058 2160
P36_ST00434 COPY 0.23 7778
P36_ST00435 INPUT 86076
P36_ST00436 475 CASDS 56862
Illustration P36_CB1_SUB 1444 698 TYPE
P36_TB00004 1658 1254 314
P36_TL00059 1673
P36_ST00437 7476
P36_SP00377 1714 1271
P36_ST00438 INPUTOUTPUT 0.39 388087867870
P36_SP00378 1858 1272
P36_ST00439 1871 1258 ROUTINES 46602684
P36_TB00005 1722 1452
P36_TL00060 1738
P36_ST00440 0776
P36_SP00379 1780 1468
P36_ST00441 1793 1456 HARDWARE 65086868
P36_TB00006 1700 1508 216
P36_TL00061 185
P36_ST00442 PROCESS 8343122
P36_SP00380
P36_ST00443 1804 1512 lOTERFACE 377756444
P36_TB00007 1570 1392
P36_TL00062 1576 506
P36_ST00444 Fig. 6043
P36_SP00381 1622 1604
P36_ST00445 1635 3.
P36_SP00382 1599
P36_ST00446 1672 1589 0.00
P36_SP00383 1695 1592
P36_ST00447 1710 Software 20660775
P36_SP00384 1829
P36_ST00448 1843 System 038702
P36_SP00385 1935 1605
P36_ST00449 1949
P36_SP00386 1987 1598
P36_ST00450 GIPSI. 625541
P36_TL00063 1335 1654
P36_ST00451 1665 37046605
P36_SP00387 1693
P36_ST00452 1548 1666
P36_SP00388 1687
P36_ST00453 1615
P36_SP00389 1688
P36_ST00454 1701 0000000
P36_SP00390 1856
P36_ST00455 1882 1656 23600
P36_SP00391 1989
P36_ST00456 2013 730
P36_SP00392 2074
P36_ST00457 1655 removed 7040403
P36_SP00393
P36_ST00458 2288
P36_TL00064 1336 1705
P36_ST00459 order 03206
P36_SP00394 1440
P36_ST00460 1463 025
P36_SP00395 1533
P36_ST00461 1557 called. 1400040
P36_SP00396 1677
P36_ST00462 1702 If 0.24
P36_SP00397 1737
P36_ST00463 6540024
P36_SP00398 1908 1739
P36_ST00464 1933 1706 01053
P36_SP00399 2036
P36_ST00465 2061 1
P36_SP00400 1736
P36_ST00466 2104 137 started 6104005
P36_SP00401 2241
P36_ST00467
P36_TL00065
P36_ST00468 1767 sequence, 503304303
P36_SP00402 1516 1795
P36_ST00469 its
P36_SP00403
P36_ST00470 1596 50400370
P36_SP00404 1764 1796
P36_ST00471 program, 67035500
P36_SP00405
P36_ST00472 1978 1756 CLOCK, 224610
P36_SP00406 2141 1794
P36_ST00473
P36_SP00407 2188
P36_ST00474 2205
P36_SP00408
P36_ST00475
P36_TL00066
P36_ST00476 1808 6000300
P36_SP00409 1492 1839
P36_ST00477 22210
P36_SP00410 1619 1840
P36_ST00478 1637 1809
P36_SP00411
P36_ST00479
P36_SP00412
P36_ST00480 1774 1810 thus 2044
P36_SP00413 1857
P36_ST00481 1876 0400070
P36_SP00414 1996
P36_ST00482 Its 006
P36_SP00415
P36_ST00483 2086 job 516
P36_SP00416 2147 1845
P36_ST00484 2166
P36_SP00417 2197
P36_ST00485
P36_SP00418
P36_ST00486 2271 1816 remove
P36_TL00067
P36_ST00487 1869 99 move 2200
P36_SP00419 1435 1890
P36_ST00488 1464 07285604
P36_SP00420 1652 1898
P36_ST00489 1681 3800
P36_SP00421 1777
P36_ST00490 1805 250
P36_SP00422 1865
P36_ST00491 1895 1859 Delay 10444
P36_SP00423 1897
P36_ST00492 41007
P36_SP00424
P36_ST00493 2172
P36_SP00425 2203
P36_ST00494 2230 95 their 22055
P36_TL00068 1909
P36_ST00495 time
P36_SP00426 1420 1941
P36_ST00496 1447
P36_SP00427
P36_ST00497 1503
P36_SP00428 1947
P36_ST00498 1574 1911
P36_SP00429 1643
P36_ST00499 1912
P36_SP00430
P36_ST00500 them 4301
P36_SP00431 1853 1942
P36_ST00501 1880 1920
P36_SP00432 1924
P36_ST00502
P36_SP00433 2009
P36_ST00503 2035 0000620
P36_SP00434 2192
P36_ST00504 2218 33100
P36_TL00069 1959 975
P36_ST00505 1961 again 73503
P36_SP00435 1442 1997
P36_ST00506 55087
P36_SP00436
P36_ST00507 100
P36_SP00437 1992
P36_ST00508 7626560
P36_SP00438 1844
P36_ST00509 20430070
P36_SP00439 2027
P36_ST00510 117 Times 0.89 00005
P36_SP00440 2169 1991
P36_ST00511 2193 1969
P36_SP00441 2254
P36_ST00512 2277 al always
P36_TL00070 2010
P36_ST00513 ways 0414
P36_SP00442 1433 2047
P36_ST00514 1450 187 compared 00125400
P36_SP00443 2048
P36_ST00515
P36_SP00444 1690 2042
P36_ST00516
P36_SP00445
P36_ST00517 1783 computer 00044003
P36_SP00446 1966
P36_ST00518 1983 clock. 000000
P36_SP00447 2089 2041
P36_ST00519 2109 146 6042075
P36_SP00448 2255
P36_ST00520 2019 returns
P36_TL00071 2059
P36_ST00521 turns 06505
P36_SP00449 1439 2091
P36_ST00522 1460
P36_SP00450 1496
P36_ST00523 1518 5000200
P36_SP00451 2092
P36_ST00524 1694 67546
P36_SP00452
P36_ST00525 1831 184 continues 010260006
P36_SP00453 2015
P36_ST00526
P36_SP00454 2072
P36_ST00527 2069 700000
P36_SP00455 2234
P36_ST00528 2256 0.43 727
P36_TL00072 2110
P36_ST00529 2120 cause 06520
P36_SP00456 2142
P36_ST00530 1465 2111 all
P36_SP00457
P36_ST00531 1536 57086401
P36_SP00458 1724 2148
P36_ST00532 1751 2121
P36_SP00459
P36_ST00533 1819
P36_SP00460 1879
P36_ST00534 1906 0000520
P36_SP00461
P36_ST00535 63510
P36_SP00462 2196
P36_ST00536
P36_SP00463 2258
P36_ST00537 2283
P36_TL00073 2161
P36_ST00538 executed. 002004061
P36_SP00464
P36_ST00539 When 0400
P36_SP00465 1646
P36_ST00540 1664
P36_SP00466 1723
P36_ST00541 1743 3000200
P36_SP00467 1899
P36_ST00542 60410
P36_SP00468 2026
P36_ST00543 2046
P36_SP00469 2076
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P27_ST00217 335 2143 oversimplification, 0404648700110107080
P27_SP00189 638 2176
P27_ST00218 671
P27_SP00190 722 2169
P27_ST00219 2149 7300056
P27_SP00191 877 2174
P27_ST00220 912 IO
P27_SP00192 2167
P27_ST00221 171 equipment 057561024
P27_TL00030 2181
P27_ST00222 2189 102 50005
P27_SP00193 288 2214
P27_ST00223
P27_SP00194 348 2213
P27_ST00224 374 2187
P27_SP00195
P27_ST00225 452 2186 bottom 704005
P27_SP00196 2212
P27_ST00226 595
P27_SP00197 627 2211
P27_ST00227 655 2185 036440
P27_SP00198 764 2216
P27_ST00228 794
P27_SP00199 808 2209
P27_ST00229 837 2183 permits 6040712
P27_SP00200 2215
P27_ST00230 2182
P27_SP00201 1041 2208
P27_ST00231 2034300
P27_TL00031 2224
P27_ST00232 2231 00077206
P27_SP00202 2262
P27_ST00233 364
P27_SP00203 2255
P27_ST00234 2228 118 gather, 5047030
P27_SP00204 2260
P27_ST00235 2236 or
P27_SP00205 598 2253
P27_ST00236 623 2227 send, 50500
P27_SP00206 2259
P27_ST00237 728 2225 197 information 00102000600
P27_SP00207 925 2252
P27_ST00238 126 directly 00600525
P27_SP00208
P27_ST00239
P27_SP00209 2249
P27_ST00240 1158 3
P27_TL00032 2265
P27_ST00241 2280 5450045
P27_SP00210 306 2305
P27_ST00242
P27_SP00211 362 2297
P27_ST00243 2270 experimental 006054004330
P27_SP00212 601 2302
P27_ST00244 624 2268 188 installation 073430024004
P27_SP00213 812 2295
P27_ST00245 835 2267
P27_SP00214 2293
P27_ST00246 2276 0.34
P27_SP00215 2292
P27_ST00247 929 2274 manner 048104
P27_SP00216
P27_ST00248 analo 00600 analogous
P27_TL00033 2308
P27_ST00249 2323 75 gous 2087
P27_SP00217 262 2346
P27_ST00250 287 2316
P27_SP00218 2340
P27_ST00251 343 2322 53 use 760
P27_SP00219 396 2339
P27_ST00252 2313
P27_SP00220 454
P27_ST00253 2321 0.41
P27_SP00221 496 2337
P27_ST00254 2312 2123
P27_SP00222 592 2338
P27_ST00255 105 reader 706005
P27_SP00223
P27_ST00256 748 2319
P27_SP00224 782 2336
P27_ST00257 807 2310 0470
P27_SP00225
P27_ST00258 2309 printer. 56066030
P27_SP00226 1015 2341
P27_ST00259 1042 60 For
P27_SP00227 2333
P27_ST00260 1128 ex 0.99
P27_TL00034 2350
P27_ST00261 2357 107 ample, 307200
P27_SP00228 2389
P27_ST00262 2355 238 thermocouples 2505200105205
P27_SP00229 2386
P27_ST00263 2362 can 000
P27_SP00230 2380
P27_ST00264 2354
P27_SP00231 702 2379
P27_ST00265 729 2352 160 connected 000600401
P27_SP00232 889
P27_ST00266 916 2351 06402503
P27_SP00233 2382
P27_ST00267 1068
P27_SP00234 1099 2376
P27_ST00268 1126 250
P27_TL00035 2393
P27_ST00269 2400 161 030513060
P27_SP00235 347 2430
P27_ST00270 370 2398 Under 00006
P27_SP00236 2423
P27_ST00271 492 2405 142 program 2405432
P27_SP00237 2428
P27_ST00272 2396 0032010
P27_SP00238 769 2422
P27_ST00273
P27_SP00239 840 2421
P27_ST00274 861 2394 particular 5653737403
P27_SP00240 1026 2426
P27_ST00275 1046 thermo 260322 thermocouple
P27_TL00036 2435
P27_ST00276 2442 103 couple 004620
P27_SP00241 290 2473
P27_ST00277 314 2441
P27_SP00242 2467
P27_ST00278 128 interest 36103064
P27_SP00243 2466
P27_ST00279 520 2440
P27_SP00244 2465
P27_ST00280 2438 "addressed" 56024051050
P27_SP00245 767
P27_ST00281 797 (i.e., 045000
P27_SP00246 864 2469
P27_ST00282 2436 002002600
P27_SP00247 2463
P27_ST00283 1072 2437
P27_SP00248 2461
P27_ST00284 1127 550
P27_TL00037 2477 986
P27_ST00285 2485 153 20546007
P27_SP00249 341
P27_ST00286 2483 by
P27_SP00250 2514
P27_ST00287 2482 closing 0405072
P27_SP00251
P27_ST00288 556
P27_SP00252 2507
P27_ST00289 2480 194 appropriate 35670850030
P27_SP00253 2513
P27_ST00290 842 2479 192 multiplexer 06621500004
P27_SP00254 2511
P27_ST00291 switch) 5346074
P27_TL00038 189 2519
P27_ST00292 2526
P27_SP00255 2552
P27_ST00293
P27_SP00256
P27_ST00294 333 voltage 3005210
P27_SP00257 453 2556
P27_ST00295 472 2524
P27_SP00258 498 2550
P27_ST00296 518 2523 159 amplified, 4271233000
P27_SP00259 677 2555
P27_ST00297 696 sent 0055
P27_SP00260 763 2549
P27_ST00298 780
P27_SP00261 2548
P27_ST00299 831 2522 030
P27_SP00262 881
P27_ST00300 277 analog-to-digital 07002301000675030
P27_TL00039 2561
P27_ST00301 2570 156 converter 116108103
P27_SP00263 2594
P27_ST00302 380 2566 (ADC) 01700
P27_SP00264 486 2598
P27_ST00303 524
P27_SP00265 2591
P27_ST00304 612 2565
P27_SP00266
P27_ST00305 equivalent 0071556083
P27_SP00267 2597
P27_ST00306 2563 3572501
P27_SP00268 2595
P27_ST00307 2562 value 66070
P27_SP00269 1122 2588
P27_ST00308
P27_TL00040 190 2604
P27_ST00309 2610 stored 100200
P27_SP00270 291 2636
P27_ST00310 0.47
P27_SP00271 337 2635
P27_ST00311 354 2617 core. 00300
P27_SP00272 429
P27_ST00312 448 2608 78 Once 0400
P27_SP00273 2634
P27_ST00313 542
P27_SP00274 2633
P27_ST00314 590 2616 core 0050
P27_SP00275 657
P27_ST00315 674 060
P27_SP00276 724
P27_ST00316 2607 10000
P27_SP00277
P27_ST00317
P27_SP00278 2632
P27_ST00318 887 2605 fumnctionally 5400051630022
P27_SP00279
P27_ST00319 indistinguishable
P27_TL00041 2646
P27_ST00320 2651 distinguishable 085206354363860
P27_SP00280 2683
P27_ST00321 2650 6726
P27_SP00281 2676
P27_ST00322 571 0130
P27_SP00282 642 2675
P27_ST00323 2649 139 obtained 46455703
P27_SP00283
P27_ST00324 2648 8406
P27_SP00284 2674
P27_ST00325 938 2656 more 2070
P27_SP00285 1020 2673
P27_ST00326 136 familiar 50040314
P27_TL00042 2688
P27_ST00327 2702 sources, 20035061
P27_SP00286 2725
P27_ST00328 2693 0.42 5736
P27_SP00287 2718
P27_ST00329 2700
P27_SP00288 480
P27_ST00330 508 2692 punched 8600002
P27_SP00289 643 2724
P27_ST00331 670 2691 cards, 044260
P27_SP00290 765 2722
P27_ST00332 555
P27_SP00291 851 2716
P27_ST00333 878 2698
P27_SP00292
P27_ST00334 959 2690
P27_SP00293 2715
P27_ST00335 processed 540605502
P27_TL00043 2732
P27_ST00336 2736 further 6651302
P27_SP00294 310 2762
P27_ST00337 327 2735
P27_SP00295 367 2766
P27_ST00338 other 01606
P27_SP00296 2760
P27_ST00339 487 155 30068207
P27_SP00297 2765
P27_ST00340 659 2741 750460004
P27_SP00298 826
P27_ST00341 Digital 7003400
P27_SP00299 960 2764
P27_ST00342 113 values, 3706050
P27_SP00300 1091 2763
P27_ST00343 1110 2738 gen generated
P27_TL00044 2773
P27_ST00344 2778 erated 076000
P27_SP00301 2804
P27_ST00345 316
P27_SP00302 356 2808
P27_ST00346 378 2785
P27_SP00303 2802
P27_ST00347 418 2776 user's 0.50 750817
P27_SP00304 513
P27_ST00348 537 2777 00045305
P27_SP00305 692 2807
P27_ST00349 714 2783 program, 54054220
P27_SP00306 866
P27_ST00350 2782 034
P27_SP00307 944 2800
P27_ST00351 2774 63 also 1060
P27_SP00308
P27_ST00352
P27_SP00309 1090 2799
P27_ST00353 2781 con 006 converted
P27_TL00045 2815
P27_ST00354 2820 verted 204231
P27_SP00310 2847
P27_ST00355 2819 into 0640
P27_SP00311 2845
P27_ST00356 390 2827
P27_SP00312 427 2844
P27_ST00357 444 2818 0273120017
P27_SP00313 614 2850
P27_ST00358 analog 172325
P27_SP00314 739 2849
P27_ST00359 754 2817 voltage, 02210500
P27_SP00315 2848
P27_ST00360 2816 73
P27_SP00316 940
P27_ST00361 89 using 45665
P27_SP00317
P27_ST00362 1061 digital- 05115005
P27_TL00046 2859
P27_ST00363 2863 to-analog 107202407
P27_SP00318 2893
P27_ST00364 379 2860 (DAC) 25500
P27_SP00319 2892
P27_ST00365 2861 converters, 00450600750
P27_SP00320 698 2891
P27_ST00366 725
P27_SP00321 2885
P27_ST00367 4026
P27_SP00322
P27_ST00368 02403402
P27_SP00323 2890
P27_ST00369
P27_SP00324 1087 2884
P27_ST00370 1115 2865 002
P27_TL00047 2900
P27_ST00371 2904 ventional 605400450
P27_SP00325 2932
P27_ST00372 2911 6000056
P27_SP00326 2936
P27_ST00373 527 2902 instruments 68738700543
P27_SP00327 2928
P27_ST00374 6406
P27_SP00328 2927
P27_ST00375 2910
P27_SP00329 894
P27_ST00376 2901 0184500
P27_SP00330
P27_ST00377 valves. 0300270
P27_TB00003 1264
P27_TL00048 1270 246
P27_ST00378 251 1676040
P27_SP00331 281
P27_ST00379 1407 076520040671
P27_SP00332
P27_ST00380 1643 hardware 60821660
P27_SP00333 1798 276
P27_ST00381 1823 257 025
P27_SP00334
P27_ST00382 1901
P27_SP00335 1936
P27_ST00383 used 7600
P27_SP00336 2033
P27_ST00384 2056 603
P27_SP00337 2106
P27_ST00385 2130 opening 3708411
P27_TL00049 289
P27_ST00386
P27_SP00338 1303 318
P27_ST00387 293 4006428
P27_SP00339 1436 324
P27_ST00388 1455 149 electrical 0600283603
P27_SP00340 1604 319
P27_ST00389 1625 switches 74020004
P27_SP00341
P27_ST00390 1782 292
P27_SP00342 1840
P27_ST00391 1858
P27_SP00343 1908
P27_ST00392 connecting 0075005302
P27_SP00344 2103
P27_ST00393
P27_SP00345 2153
P27_ST00394 2173 86 01604
P27_TL00050 1271
P27_ST00395 0040310
P27_SP00346 366
P27_ST00396 1397 206 instruments. 275146004240
P27_SP00347 1603
P27_ST00397 In
P27_SP00348 1659
P27_ST00398 1681 334 general, 20704070
P27_SP00349 1812
P27_ST00399 1832 132 through 2060726
P27_SP00350
P27_ST00400 1984
P27_SP00351 2034
P27_ST00401 2055 720203400
P27_SP00352 2207
P27_ST00402
P27_TL00051
P27_ST00403 proper 610405
P27_SP00353 408
P27_ST00404 1399 377 interface 370026000
P27_SP00354 403
P27_ST00405 1568 equipment, 0060400350
P27_SP00355 1748
P27_ST00406 1770 384
P27_SP00356 407
P27_ST00407 1852 0000662120
P27_SP00357
P27_ST00408 2023 instrument 4416360023
P27_SP00358 2206
P27_ST00409 381 0.52 45
P27_TL00052 416
P27_ST00410 device 400200
P27_SP00359
P27_ST00411 1385
P27_SP00360 1439
P27_ST00412 1453
P27_SP00361 1489
P27_ST00413 read 8030
P27_SP00362 1575
P27_ST00414 1591
P27_SP00363 1624
P27_ST00415 1640 actuated 50261003
P27_SP00364 1779
P27_ST00416 93 50106
P27_SP00365 1887
P27_ST00417 1902 417 0051504
P27_SP00366 443
P27_ST00418 2032
P27_SP00367 2065 442
P27_ST00419 2080 statements 4550020045
P27_TL00053
P27_ST00420
P27_SP00368 1300
P27_ST00421
P27_SP00369 1373
P27_ST00422 1395 650734
P27_SP00370
P27_ST00423 1512 00277106
P27_SP00371
P27_ST00424 1688 468 program. 52354200
P27_SP00372
P27_ST00425 1861 460 Thus 6067
P27_SP00373 1942 485
P27_ST00426 680
P27_SP00374
P27_ST00427 2038 user 6803
P27_SP00375 2107
P27_ST00428 465 037
P27_SP00376 483
P27_ST00429
P27_TL00054 499
P27_ST00430
P27_SP00377 1321 528
P27_ST00431 1348 504 02076007
P27_SP00378 1502 533
P27_ST00432 1527
P27_SP00379 1558
P27_ST00433 1585 119 acquire 0006060
P27_SP00380 534
P27_ST00434 1731 510 204
P27_SP00381 1790
P27_ST00435 1817 desired 5050300
P27_SP00382
P27_ST00436 05504335708
P27_SP00383 2156
P27_ST00437 2180 4600
P27_TL00055
P27_ST00438 544
P27_SP00384 1317
P27_ST00439 007030000
P27_SP00385 1511
P27_ST00440 andor 440228
P27_SP00386
P27_ST00441 546
P27_SP00387 1699
P27_ST00442 1723 543 "automate" 4554075600
P27_SP00388 1913 569
P27_ST00443 it 42
P27_SP00389 1962
P27_ST00444
P27_SP00390 2022
P27_ST00445 2045 sending 8061228
P27_SP00391
P27_ST00446 2194
P27_TL00056 1272 584
P27_ST00447 586 trol 0500
P27_SP00392
P27_ST00448 1349 195 instructions 024286645046
P27_SP00393 1544
P27_ST00449 1562 6200
P27_SP00394 1642
P27_ST00450 1661
P27_SP00395 1711
P27_ST00451 1032534
P27_SP00396 1837 618
P27_ST00452 1855 007460041
P27_SP00397 2017
P27_ST00453 However, 50201000
P27_SP00398 2191 615
P27_ST00454 2210
P27_TL00057 1273 626
P27_ST00455 629 speed, 260020
P27_SP00399 660
P27_ST00456 1393 0222
P27_SP00400 1463
P27_ST00457 1484 handling 50700176
P27_SP00401 1628
P27_ST00458 1649 164 capability 0053020040
P27_SP00402 1813
P27_ST00459
P27_SP00403
P27_ST00460 1914 172 computing 306523031
P27_SP00404 2086
P27_ST00461 2108 power 60004
P27_SP00405 658
P27_ST00462 2230
P27_TL00058
P27_ST00463 0.96
P27_SP00406
P27_ST00464 1343 673 70066005
P27_SP00407 1496
P27_ST00465 1515 672 make 6000
P27_SP00408 1601
P27_ST00466 1622
P27_SP00409 697
P27_ST00467 possible 50550500
P27_SP00410
P27_ST00468 1815 0.94
P27_SP00411
P27_ST00469 1866 678 go
P27_SP00412 1904 701
P27_ST00470 1923 beyond 500010
P27_SP00413
P27_ST00471 mere
P27_SP00414
P27_ST00472 2159 "auto 00160 "automation"
P27_TL00059
P27_ST00473 713 mation" 0260020
P27_SP00415
P27_ST00474 166
P27_SP00416 1485
P27_ST00475 1506 untake 521300
P27_SP00417 740
P27_ST00476 1641 198 applications 164010120056
P27_SP00418
P27_ST00477 1862 68
P27_SP00419 1930 738
P27_ST00478 721 040
P27_SP00420 2004
P27_ST00479 2028 impossible 3660640640
P27_SP00421 2200
P27_ST00480 2223 0.32
P27_TL00060 756
P27_ST00481 000206500330
P27_SP00422 1479 781
P27_ST00482 means. 601561
P27_TL00061 1329 796
P27_ST00483 798 004
P27_SP00423 1390 823
P27_ST00484 second 600010
P27_SP00424 1513 824
P27_ST00485 1528 235 distinguishing 00272065055006
P27_SP00425
P27_ST00486 feature, 10000000
P27_SP00426 1907
P27_ST00487 306633520
P27_SP00427 2074
P27_ST00488 clocks 550014
P27_SP00428 2188
P27_ST00489 2205
P27_TL00062
P27_ST00490 timers, 2100470
P27_SP00429 1387 872
P27_ST00491 1411 5076255
P27_SP00430 1536
P27_ST00492 1560 841 560
P27_SP00431 1611
P27_ST00493 1635 7405
P27_SP00432 1706
P27_ST00494 1728
P27_SP00433 1759
P27_ST00495 1783 76 have 5050
P27_SP00434 1859
P27_ST00496 1883 602
P27_SP00435
P27_ST00497 847 6103658
P27_SP00436 2096 871
P27_ST00498 2121 143 executed 02044400
P27_TL00063 880
P27_ST00499 79 once, 85000
P27_SP00437 1354
P27_ST00500
P27_SP00438 908
P27_ST00501 1417
P27_SP00439 1435
P27_ST00502 1450 882 specific 66000000
P27_SP00440 1567
P27_ST00503 1582 time 0002
P27_SP00441 1654
P27_ST00504 1670 883
P27_SP00442 1703
P27_ST00505 day,
P27_SP00443 1784
P27_ST00506
P27_SP00444 1834
P27_ST00507 1847 repeatedly, 60604700600
P27_SP00445 2030
P27_ST00508 2046
P27_SP00446 2078
P27_ST00509 2094
P27_SP00447
P27_ST00510 2170 speci 55012 specified
P27_TL00064 1274 923
P27_ST00511 924 fied 0000
P27_SP00448 1331
P27_ST00512 1345 interval. 502070000
P27_SP00449 1482
P27_ST00513 008
P27_SP00450 1557
P27_ST00514 1570 00306600
P27_SP00451
P27_ST00515 1730 our 083
P27_SP00452
P27_ST00516 basic 72402
P27_SP00453 1879
P27_ST00517 Direct 357007
P27_SP00454 1996
P27_ST00518 2011 6033534
P27_SP00455 2126
P27_ST00519 2141 5005300
P27_TL00065
P27_ST00520 966 (DDC) 07036
P27_SP00456
P27_ST00521 1400 6507631
P27_SP00457 1542
P27_ST00522 967
P27_SP00458 1584
P27_ST00523 00016304
P27_SP00459
P27_ST00524 every 01231
P27_SP00460 1854 998
P27_ST00525 1872
P27_SP00461 1979
P27_ST00526 1997 007
P27_SP00462
P27_ST00527 2073
P27_SP00463 2128
P27_ST00528 0110
P27_SP00464
P27_ST00529
P27_TL00066 1007
P27_ST00530 0402
P27_SP00465 1347
P27_ST00531 1368 1010
P27_SP00466
P27_ST00532 1420 8306040
P27_SP00467
P27_ST00533 1563
P27_SP00468 1580
P27_ST00534 1009 series 302000
P27_SP00469 1696
P27_ST00535
P27_SP00470 1750
P27_ST00536 1772 0161
P27_SP00471
P27_ST00537 1864 points 603504
P27_SP00472
P27_ST00538 1986 5305
P27_SP00473 2066
P27_ST00539 2089 1016
P27_SP00474 2127
P27_ST00540 experi 006050 experiment.
P27_TL00067 1052
P27_ST00541 ment. 00340
P27_SP00475 1364 -32
P27_ST00542 1332 1092 Hardware 53700060
P27_SP00476
P27_ST00543 1520 1093 "interrupt" 04600665660
P27_SP00477
P27_ST00544 1732 1030550723
P27_SP00478
P27_ST00545 1919 means 00243
P27_SP00479
P27_ST00546 3046
P27_SP00480 2115
P27_ST00547 2137 when 4304
P27_SP00481
P27_ST00548 2248 1100
P27_TL00068
P27_ST00549 1143 5600025
P27_SP00482 1396
P27_ST00550 event 02025
P27_SP00483 1161
P27_ST00551 1144 occurs, 0002060
P27_SP00484
P27_ST00552 1665
P27_SP00485
P27_ST00553 which 10006
P27_SP00486
P27_ST00554 450
P27_SP00487 1888
P27_ST00555 1911 7506
P27_SP00488 1982
P27_ST00556 003
P27_SP00489
P27_ST00557 2083 141 assigned 05272000
P27_SP00490
P27_ST00558
P27_TL00069 1177
P27_ST00559 higher 127405
P27_SP00491
P27_ST00560 65405206
P27_SP00492
P27_ST00561 1178 than 5216
P27_SP00493 1204
P27_ST00562 1656
P27_SP00494
P27_ST00563 1186 4803540
P27_SP00495
P27_ST00564 1897
P27_SP00496 1948 1203
P27_ST00565 1973 1179 00058003
P27_SP00497
P27_ST00566 2150
P27_SP00498
P27_ST00567 2201 1185 cur 075 currently
P27_TL00070 1220
P27_ST00568 rently 500303
P27_SP00499 1250
P27_ST00569 executing, 0000654080
P27_SP00500
P27_ST00570
P27_SP00501 1246
P27_ST00571 1222 00065303
P27_SP00502 1809 1252
P27_ST00572 1826 will 6100
P27_SP00503
P27_ST00573 transfer 31165504
P27_SP00504 2043
P27_ST00574 2062 0106500
P27_SP00505 2177
P27_ST00575 2197
P27_SP00506
P27_ST00576 1228
P27_TL00071 1277 1262
P27_ST00577 5704530
P27_SP00507 1419 1293
P27_ST00578 1441 168 associated 0460072200
P27_SP00508 1609 1288
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P22_SP00116 335
P22_ST00138 153 solution 60042000
P22_SP00117 507
P22_ST00139 525 159 between 1050003
P22_SP00118 1990
P22_ST00140
P22_SP00119 763
P22_ST00141 780 180 radiation 756040547
P22_SP00120
P22_ST00142 980 1968 123 source 705720
P22_SP00121 1103
P22_ST00143 1122 414
P22_TL00023 2008 975
P22_ST00144
P22_SP00122 264 2040
P22_ST00145 283 2009 reactor. 50501060
P22_SP00123 433
P22_ST00146 030
P22_SP00124 527
P22_ST00147 548 197 important 006054037
P22_SP00125 2047
P22_ST00148 765 164 quantity 44225013
P22_SP00126 2048
P22_ST00149 0.24 87
P22_SP00127 979 2041
P22_ST00150 999
P22_SP00128 1059
P22_ST00151 99 inten 13006
P22_TL00024 2059
P22_ST00152 2060 sity 7476
P22_SP00129 275 2098
P22_ST00153 298
P22_SP00130 2091
P22_ST00154 358 174 absorbed 44704804
P22_SP00131 532
P22_ST00155 555 190 radiation. 7635515070
P22_SP00132
P22_ST00156 771 0675
P22_SP00133 2092
P22_ST00157 880 0.32 67
P22_SP00134 910
P22_ST00158 107 given 70000
P22_SP00135 1040
P22_ST00159 48 56
P22_SP00136
P22_ST00160 1131
P22_TL00025 2110 981
P22_ST00161 2111 234 summations 6200520003
P22_SP00137 2142
P22_ST00162
P22_SP00138
P22_ST00163 508 T
P22_SP00139 2141
P22_ST00164 561 269 (transmission 0164052077000
P22_SP00140 830 2148
P22_ST00165 848
P22_SP00141
P22_ST00166 903 92 000506
P22_SP00142 995
P22_ST00167 1014 solution) 730025060
P22_TL00026 201 2178
P22_ST00168 199 multiplied 0301250102
P22_SP00143 2217
P22_ST00169 428 2179 0.28
P22_SP00144 475
P22_ST00170 470
P22_SP00145 562 2210
P22_ST00171 591 absorptivity, 0.60 5860656002640
P22_SP00146 840 2218
P22_ST00172 871 2191 0.19 8
P22_SP00147 2209
P22_ST00173 909 2204 6 12 ,
P22_SP00148 2216
P22_ST00174 946 2180 02
P22_SP00149 984
P22_ST00175 1012
P22_SP00150 1072 2211
P22_ST00176
P22_TL00027 2246
P22_ST00177 71500410
P22_SP00151 355 2277
P22_ST00178 2247 302
P22_SP00152
P22_ST00179
P22_SP00153
P22_ST00180 2256 energy 080473
P22_SP00154 2284
P22_ST00181 678 distribution 527133046136
P22_SP00155 2278
P22_ST00182 926 58
P22_SP00156
P22_ST00183 031
P22_SP00157 1039
P22_ST00184 1056 133 source, 7141000
P22_TL00028 2296
P22_ST00185 F
P22_SP00158 230 2327
P22_ST00186 244 Ftot- 033737
P22_SP00159 2333
P22_ST00187 367 Results 4070036
P22_SP00160 2328
P22_ST00188 534 2297
P22_SP00161
P22_ST00189 210
P22_SP00162 679
P22_ST00190 84 four 0.47 6435
P22_SP00163 787
P22_ST00191 812 226506
P22_SP00164
P22_ST00192 931 172 solutions 700146066
P22_SP00165
P22_ST00193 1129 2306
P22_TL00029 2364 875
P22_ST00194 2374 0.46
P22_SP00166 2396
P22_ST00195 262 follows: 02000060
P22_SP00167 419 2397 -106
P22_ST00196 313 2441 94 Table 00200
P22_SP00168 407 2472
P22_ST00197 425 2443
P22_SP00169 452
P22_ST00198 468 00007
P22_SP00170 2478
P22_ST00199 564 195 Absorption 7500137000
P22_SP00171 2480
P22_ST00200 773 2452 vs. 000
P22_SP00172 820
P22_ST00201 836 2442 Filter 002701
P22_SP00173 923
P22_ST00202 936 Solution 00417000
P22_TL00030 479 2500 432
P22_ST00203 Summation 770303202
P22_SP00174 2527
P22_ST00204 681 2502 78 term 0086
P22_SP00175
P22_ST00205 2501 0.41
P22_SP00176 806
P22_ST00206 53 Eq.
P22_SP00177 876 2533
P22_ST00207 895
P22_TB00006 236 2540 166
P22_TL00031 2543 95
P22_ST00208 236304
P22_TL00032 251 2586 126
P22_ST00209 70017800
P22_SP00178 2612 -74
P22_ST00210 2645
P22_SP00179 326 2670 -14
P22_ST00211 312 2687
P22_TL00033 2729
P22_ST00212 3 0.36
P22_TL00034 309 2771
P22_ST00213
P22_TB00007 872 2580 222
P22_TL00035 888 257
P22_ST00214 literg 3060518
P22_SP00180 2617
P22_ST00215 1008 2587 137 mole-cm 6020000
P22_TL00036 957 2644 82 112
P22_ST00216 1704. 28650
P22_SP00181 1038 2671 -80
P22_ST00217 2688 1316. 35450
P22_SP00182 2713 -63
P22_ST00218 976 2730 63 973. 3770
P22_TL00037 2772
P22_ST00219 608. 5230
P22_TB00008 2822
P22_TL00038 267 2829
P22_ST00220 007460
P22_SP00183 2867
P22_ST00221 2830
P22_SP00184 449 2860
P22_ST00222 483 85106
P22_SP00185 599 2861
P22_ST00223 7000230
P22_SP00186 769 2862
P22_ST00224 799 216 interesting 76406045088
P22_SP00187 1015 2868
P22_ST00225 1045 141 results. 70707175
P22_TL00039 2881
P22_ST00226 While 02260
P22_SP00188 2913
P22_ST00227
P22_SP00189
P22_ST00228 033402
P22_SP00190
P22_ST00229 549 7400260
P22_SP00191
P22_ST00230 2882 178 produced 51241007
P22_SP00192 882 2920
P22_ST00231 899 183 decreases 600817705
P22_SP00193 1082 2915
P22_ST00232 1098 89 0036
P22_TB00009 1280 1030 2692
P22_TL00040 1304
P22_ST00233 4005100
P22_SP00194 1455
P22_ST00234 1477 247 00744
P22_SP00195 1568
P22_ST00235 1590 248 intensity, 2770066040
P22_SP00196 1772 287
P22_ST00236 1796 all
P22_SP00197 1842 280
P22_ST00237 1863
P22_SP00198 1923
P22_ST00238 1946 0.91
P22_SP00199 2031
P22_ST00239 2051 point 32042
P22_SP00200 2153 286
P22_ST00240 2174 08
P22_SP00201 2212
P22_ST00241 2232
P22_TL00041
P22_ST00242 307 96 same 6130
P22_SP00202 1400
P22_ST00243 1420 maximum 0500001
P22_SP00203 1615
P22_ST00244 1636 300
P22_SP00204
P22_ST00245 1694 7
P22_SP00205 1714 331
P22_ST00246 1735 185 molecules 055000206
P22_SP00206 1920
P22_ST00247 1942 299
P22_SP00207 1981
P22_ST00248 2000 000633
P22_SP00208 2132
P22_ST00249 2154 5320000
P22_TL00042 348
P22_ST00250 176 32205003
P22_SP00209 1480
P22_ST00251 1500 per 002
P22_SP00210 1563 387
P22_ST00252 1582 167 molecule 35431000
P22_SP00211 1749
P22_ST00253 1769
P22_SP00212 1808
P22_ST00254 1827 DBS. 2330
P22_SP00213 1926
P22_ST00255 1948 35200
P22_SP00214
P22_ST00256 2069
P22_SP00215 2131
P22_ST00257 2150 128 conver 108003 conversion
P22_TL00043 398
P22_ST00258 sion 5103
P22_SP00216 1380 429
P22_ST00259 1403
P22_SP00217 1442
P22_ST00260 1464 656
P22_SP00218 1551
P22_ST00261 1575 402 11
P22_SP00219 1611
P22_ST00262 1633 410 some 6500
P22_SP00220 1728
P22_ST00263 1751 4401000
P22_SP00221 1902 438
P22_ST00264 0.40
P22_SP00222 1953
P22_ST00265 1976 nearly 000505
P22_SP00223 2100
P22_ST00266 2123 170 complete 00320070
P22_TL00044
P22_ST00267 after 36306
P22_SP00224 1401
P22_ST00268 1419 0075
P22_SP00225 1504
P22_ST00269 1521 156 seconds, 70004070
P22_SP00226 1677 487
P22_ST00270 this 4006
P22_SP00227 1766 481
P22_ST00271 1783 113 result 407101
P22_SP00228 1896 482
P22_ST00272 1910 461 means 30424
P22_SP00229 2033
P22_ST00273 2049
P22_SP00230 2129
P22_ST00274 2145
P22_SP00231 2165
P22_ST00275 2182 maxi 0105
P22_TL00045 1303 499
P22_ST00276 mum
P22_SP00232
P22_ST00277 1429
P22_SP00233 1467
P22_ST00278 1495 106 seven 60002
P22_SP00234 1601 531
P22_ST00279 1630
P22_SP00235
P22_ST00280 1695
P22_SP00236 1756
P22_ST00281 total 00344
P22_SP00237 1872
P22_ST00282
P22_SP00238
P22_ST00283 eighteen 01670005
P22_SP00239 539
P22_ST00284 2161 502 055700
P22_TL00046
P22_ST00285 atoms 22027
P22_SP00240 1417
P22_ST00286 1449 559
P22_SP00241 1511 581
P22_ST00287 1541 converted 003008202
P22_SP00242 1730 583
P22_ST00288 1760
P22_SP00243 1797
P22_ST00289 1828 165601
P22_SP00244 1960
P22_ST00290 dioxide. 16004600
P22_SP00245 584
P22_ST00291 2173 Ultra 02034 Ultraviolet
P22_TL00047 1309 600
P22_ST00292 108 violet 001004
P22_SP00246
P22_ST00293 1452 601 010
P22_SP00247 1522 633
P22_ST00294 179 infra-red 016760601
P22_SP00248
P22_ST00295 1775 602 analysis 45400624
P22_SP00249 1932 641
P22_ST00296 1970 603
P22_SP00250 635
P22_ST00297 2044
P22_SP00251 2106
P22_ST00298 604 1405505
P22_TL00048
P22_ST00299 streams 0.55 6540526
P22_SP00252
P22_ST00300 1479 indicated 065315006
P22_SP00253 1656 685
P22_ST00301 0.45 4745
P22_SP00254 1761 686
P22_ST00302 1782
P22_SP00255
P22_ST00303 1866 remaining 500161258
P22_SP00256 2067 692
P22_ST00304 2089 fragments 746630265
P22_TL00049
P22_ST00305
P22_SP00257 1341
P22_ST00306 1361 540
P22_SP00258 1422
P22_ST00307
P22_SP00259 1530 736
P22_ST00308 1552 02400000
P22_SP00260 1719 737
P22_ST00309 1740 715 were 0070
P22_SP00261 1833
P22_ST00310 1855 low
P22_SP00262 1922
P22_ST00311 1941 molecular-weight, 00001311620057203
P22_TL00050
P22_ST00312 oxygenated 4048055007
P22_SP00263 1524
P22_ST00313 1544 225 compounds, 0005040550
P22_SP00264
P22_ST00314 1790 757 including 330006478
P22_SP00265 1973
P22_ST00315 1992 acids 01346
P22_SP00266 789
P22_ST00316
P22_SP00267
P22_ST00317 2200 alde 7000 aldehydes.
P22_TL00051 1302
P22_ST00318 hydes. 753070
P22_SP00268 1423
P22_ST00319 It
P22_SP00269 1486
P22_ST00320 1512
P22_SP00270 1542 837
P22_ST00321 1571 807 significant 54701770260
P22_SP00271 844
P22_ST00322 1801 808
P22_SP00272 839
P22_ST00323 1865 809 note 7130
P22_SP00273
P22_ST00324 1974 7006
P22_SP00274 2056
P22_ST00325 2081
P22_SP00275
P22_ST00326 2170 photo 70020 photochemical
P22_TL00052
P22_ST00327 168 chemical 04005030
P22_SP00276 1471
P22_ST00328 1494 196 treatment 030140070
P22_SP00277 1690
P22_ST00329 162 destroys 70363517
P22_SP00278 1876
P22_ST00330 1901 858
P22_SP00279 1961
P22_ST00331 1986 refractory 3047607166
P22_SP00280 896
P22_ST00332 2215 868 aro aromatic
P22_TL00053
P22_ST00333 109 matic 05153
P22_SP00281 1411
P22_ST00334 1431 906 ring 4276
P22_SP00282
P22_ST00335 907 structure. 5066104700
P22_TL00054 1371 956 921
P22_ST00336
P22_SP00283 1444
P22_ST00337 1465 solid 80055
P22_SP00284
P22_ST00338 lines 76506
P22_SP00285 1663
P22_ST00339 1685
P22_SP00286 1721
P22_ST00340 1743 315570
P22_SP00287 1875
P22_ST00341 1898 959
P22_SP00288 1915
P22_ST00342 968
P22_SP00289
P22_ST00343 2020 660
P22_SP00290 2080
P22_ST00344 results 5060065
P22_SP00291 2231 991
P22_ST00345 2254 0.51
P22_TL00055 1006
P22_ST00346
P22_SP00292 1037
P22_ST00347 1383 127 second 500055
P22_SP00293 1510
P22_ST00348 1532 77 step 8005
P22_SP00294 1609 1046
P22_ST00349 1631
P22_SP00295 1667
P22_ST00350 1688 1009 550
P22_SP00296 1748
P22_ST00351 1770 1018 0.22
P22_SP00297 1791
P22_ST00352 1810 115 priori 872642
P22_SP00298 1925 1047
P22_ST00353 1947 1010 development 30007140003
P22_SP00299 2192 1049
P22_ST00354 pro 213 procedure
P22_TL00056 1058
P22_ST00355 cedure 000050
P22_SP00300 1090
P22_ST00356 1459 listed 567006
P22_SP00301
P22_ST00357 138 earlier. 05450060
P22_SP00302 1732 1092
P22_ST00358 1764 Using 07307
P22_SP00303 1879
P22_ST00359 1909 rate 7470
P22_SP00304 1093
P22_ST00360 2017 1061 equations 000316006
P22_SP00305 2202 1100
P22_ST00361
P22_TL00057 1109
P22_ST00362 056000
P22_SP00306 1433 1140
P22_ST00363 1448 3020570
P22_SP00307 1587
P22_ST00364 1111 formation, 2250006250
P22_SP00308 1149
P22_ST00365 1823
P22_SP00309 1893 1144
P22_ST00366
P22_SP00310 1996
P22_ST00367 2013 1113 279 disappearance 0235300430600
P22_TL00058 1305 1159
P22_ST00368 1160 [the 4670
P22_SP00311 1375
P22_ST00369 1393 latter 243107
P22_SP00312 1502 1192
P22_ST00370 1519 1161 0.39
P22_SP00313 1549 1193
P22_ST00371 1569 1162 Equation 32386606
P22_SP00314 1746
P22_ST00372 1773 1163 (5)], 04004
P22_SP00315 1860 1203
P22_ST00373 69
P22_SP00316 1195
P22_ST00374 1173
P22_SP00317 1988
P22_ST00375 2006 1164 129 model* 426007
P22_SP00318 2135 1196
P22_ST00376 2152
P22_SP00319
P22_ST00377 2230 1165
P22_TL00059 1301 1211
P22_ST00378 143 tabular 0203033
P22_SP00320 1243
P22_ST00379 1463 1213 149 reactor, 50406120
P22_SP00321 1612 1250
P22_ST00380 1632 1214 00000006143047
P22_SP00322 1246
P22_ST00381 1937 1224 0060
P22_SP00323
P22_ST00382 2050 1215 predicted 570530105
P22_SP00324 1253
P22_ST00383 2251 1225
P22_TL00060 1261
P22_ST00384 1271 0.35
P22_SP00325 1321 1292
P22_ST00385 1342 163 function 75622605
P22_SP00326 1505 1293
P22_ST00386 1528 1263
P22_SP00327 1567 1294
P22_ST00387 1273 3007180
P22_SP00328 1741
P22_ST00388 1264 706270500
P22_SP00329 1296
P22_ST00389 1963 1266 time. 44000
P22_SP00330
P22_ST00390 2082
P22_SP00331 2156 1297
P22_ST00391 2177 1265 model 00604
P22_TL00061 1312
P22_ST00392 accounted 100004205
P22_SP00332 1493 1343
P22_ST00393 1313 536
P22_SP00333 1595 1344
P22_ST00394 1634 204006843
P22_SP00334 1352
P22_ST00395 1848 1315 517661154602
P22_SP00335 1347
P22_ST00396 2121 1316
P22_SP00336
P22_ST00397
P22_TL00062
P22_ST00398 laminar 0400434
P22_SP00337
P22_ST00399 1473 1362 79 flow 4450
P22_SP00338 1394
P22_ST00400 1570 1363
P22_SP00339 1607
P22_ST00401 1625 1364
P22_SP00340 1684 1395
P22_ST00402 1704 1365 60106100
P22_SP00341 1854 1396
P22_ST00403 1874
P22_SP00342
P22_ST00404 1966 011003
P22_SP00343 2072 1397
P22_ST00405 2090 1366
P22_SP00344
P22_ST00406 2147 1376 000001
P22_TL00063 1412
P22_ST00407 5206
P22_SP00345 1378 1443
P22_ST00408 1406 1413
P22_SP00346
P22_ST00409 075
P22_SP00347 1445
P22_ST00410 1586 1414
P22_SP00348 1623
P22_ST00411 1650 1415 187 606453428
P22_SP00349 1837
P22_ST00412 1862
P22_SP00350 1447
P22_ST00413 1949 7360
P22_SP00351 2028
P22_ST00414 2055 1416
P22_SP00352 2085
P22_ST00415 2113 only 0145
P22_SP00353 2195 1454
P22_ST00416 2221 sig
P22_TL00064 1462
P22_ST00417 147 nificant 75220102
P22_SP00354
P22_ST00418 1466
P22_SP00355 1526
P22_ST00419 1545
P22_SP00356 1606 1496
P22_ST00420 1627 lowest 204047
P22_SP00357 1497
P22_ST00421 50835
P22_SP00358 1861 1503
P22_ST00422 1881 0220671242
P22_SP00359 2064
P22_ST00423 0.97 000100
P22_SP00360 1499
P22_ST00424 1468 solu 6062
P22_TL00065 1300 1513
P22_ST00425 tion 4324
P22_SP00361
P22_ST00426 1514 4.
P22_SP00362 1426
P22_ST00427 49 At
P22_SP00363 1546
P22_ST00428 1515 higher 648603
P22_SP00364 1639 1553
P22_ST00429 1657 1516 43831
P22_SP00365
P22_ST00430 1767 intensities 60007602006
P22_SP00366
P22_ST00431 1518 760
P22_SP00367 1550
P22_ST00432 2066
P22_SP00368 2144
P22_ST00433 2164
P22_SP00369 2203
P22_ST00434 dis 657
P22_TL00066 1566
P22_ST00435 appearance 5570330600
P22_SP00370 1604
P22_ST00436 1539
P22_SP00371 1578 1598
P22_ST00437 754
P22_SP00372 1599
P22_ST00438 1699 034
P22_SP00373
P22_ST00439 00053040
P22_SP00374
P22_ST00440 1977 0.27
P22_SP00375 2014
P22_ST00441 68 less 0065
P22_SP00376 2099
P22_ST00442 2116 than 0307
P22_SP00377 2205 1602
P22_ST00443 2224
P22_TL00067 1617
P22_ST00444 seconds. 60000760
P22_SP00378 1457 1649
P22_ST00445 1487 1618
P22_SP00379 1572
P22_ST00446 1628 10066
P22_SP00380 1722
P22_ST00447 7754
P22_SP00381 1830
P22_ST00448 1858 1620 essentially 03600451506
P22_SP00382 2063 1659
P22_ST00449 1621 545
P22_SP00383 2136
P22_ST00450
P22_SP00384
P22_ST00451 2229 640
P22_TL00068
P22_ST00452 034805
P22_SP00385
P22_ST00453 1460 5030640
P22_SP00386 1701
P22_ST00454 1626 056
P22_SP00387 1700
P22_ST00455 1670 63050025
P22_SP00388 1906
P22_ST00456 1933 1671
P22_SP00389 1702
P22_ST00457 1998 1681
P22_SP00390 2019 1703
P22_ST00458 2045 reaction 60405700
P22_SP00391
P22_ST00459 en environment
P22_TL00069 1718
P22_ST00460 vironment 007073070
P22_SP00392 1750
P22_ST00461 1529 0.34
P22_SP00393 1565
P22_ST00462 1592 1720 05358
P22_SP00394
P22_ST00463
P22_SP00395 1780
P22_ST00464
P22_SP00396 1847 1752
P22_ST00465 1871
P22_SP00397 1931
P22_ST00466 1959
P22_SP00398 1753
P22_ST00467 2075 had 607
P22_SP00399
P22_ST00468 101 disap 44705 disappeared
P22_TL00070 1768
P22_ST00469 peared 501606
P22_SP00400 1430 1805
P22_ST00470 1451 into 0602
P22_SP00401 1800
P22_ST00471 500070076180
P22_SP00402 1795 1802
P22_ST00472 1815 1771 products. 763700360
P22_SP00403 1995
P22_ST00473
P22_SP00404 1803
P22_ST00474 50574
P22_SP00405
P22_ST00475 2220
P22_TL00071
P22_ST00476 119 dotted 534401
P22_SP00406 1849
P22_ST00477 004004
P22_SP00407 1850
P22_ST00478 1820
P22_SP00408 1851
P22_ST00479 1691 224005
P22_SP00409 1785 1852
P22_ST00480 1814 50043005
P22_SP00410
P22_ST00481 1997 1822
P22_SP00411 1853
P22_ST00482 2046 1821 155 indicate 46460540
P22_SP00412 2201
P22_ST00483 2228
P22_TL00072 1868
P22_ST00484 relatively 3065000005
P22_SP00413
P22_ST00485 1870 small 30405
P22_SP00414 1613
P22_ST00486 1641
P22_SP00415
P22_ST00487
P22_SP00416
P22_ST00488 1836 retardation 00647405500
P22_SP00417 1904
P22_ST00489 2087 1882
P22_SP00418 2130
P22_ST00490 2158 1873 033000
P22_TL00073 1919
P22_ST00491 219 56075000340
P22_SP00419 1520 1956
P22_ST00492 Only 5573
P22_SP00420 1635
P22_ST00493 1655 1921
P22_SP00421 1715
P22_ST00494 retarded 40645506
P22_SP00422 1954
P22_ST00495 curve 03716
P22_SP00423 2034 1955
P22_ST00496 2053
P22_SP00424 2083
P22_ST00497 2104 1924 85000
P22_SP00425
P22_ST00498
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P21_ST00375 2069 525
P21_SP00322
P21_ST00376 2150 146 present 3507005
P21_TL00055
P21_ST00377 70000070051
P21_SP00323 1551
P21_ST00378 1571
P21_SP00324 1609
P21_ST00379 1629 photochemistry. 770400300333510
P21_TL00056 1373
P21_ST00380 558 While 02000
P21_SP00325 589
P21_ST00381 1509 0.99
P21_SP00326 1569
P21_ST00382 1594 i^-power 8210050007
P21_SP00327 598
P21_ST00383 1795 253 dependencies 404026011307
P21_SP00328 2048
P21_ST00384 2072
P21_SP00329
P21_ST00385 2133 270
P21_SP00330 2193
P21_ST00386 2216 79 7670
P21_TL00057 1306
P21_ST00387 618
P21_SP00331 1349
P21_ST00388 1381 pollutant 140045545
P21_SP00332 1557
P21_ST00389 1589 concentration 0000054510136
P21_SP00333 1855 640
P21_ST00390
P21_SP00334 1956
P21_ST00391 1989 91 05846
P21_SP00335 2080
P21_ST00392 intensity, 0042361320
P21_TL00058 1305
P21_ST00393 predicted 070100503
P21_SP00336 698
P21_ST00394 1503 03
P21_SP00337 1549
P21_ST00395 1565 Equation 67420010
P21_SP00338 1743
P21_ST00396 1766 (4)
P21_SP00339
P21_ST00397 1833 ,
P21_SP00340 1840
P21_ST00398 1857 669 080
P21_SP00341 1918
P21_ST00399 1934 verified 00600000
P21_SP00342
P21_ST00400 2096
P21_SP00343 2143
P21_ST00401 2158
P21_SP00344 2219
P21_ST00402 2236 ex experimental
P21_TL00059 1304
P21_ST00403 212 perimental 0050007370
P21_SP00345 749
P21_ST00404 measurements, 0004470001460
P21_SP00346
P21_ST00405 1845
P21_SP00347
P21_ST00406 level 20005
P21_SP00348
P21_ST00407 2031
P21_SP00349
P21_ST00408
P21_SP00350 2147
P21_ST00409 2165 2040
P21_SP00351 2243
P21_ST00410
P21_TL00060 761
P21_ST00411 very 0043
P21_SP00352 1391 799
P21_ST00412 1413 low; 6501
P21_SP00353 1497
P21_ST00413 1523 762 i.e., 0.98 10000
P21_SP00354 1587
P21_ST00414 1611 520
P21_SP00355 1672 793
P21_ST00415 1696 quantum 5106530
P21_SP00356 1868
P21_ST00416 1891 94 yield 23016
P21_SP00357 1985
P21_ST00417
P21_SP00358
P21_ST00418 2091 521
P21_SP00359 2153
P21_ST00419 2176 101 disap 40664
P21_TL00061 812
P21_ST00420 174 pearance 70445000
P21_SP00360 1478
P21_ST00421 1495
P21_SP00361 1533
P21_ST00422 0.38 665
P21_SP00362 1638
P21_ST00423 1656
P21_SP00363 1686
P21_ST00424 1703 much 0501
P21_SP00364 1807
P21_ST00425 less 0066
P21_SP00365 1893
P21_ST00426 1910 than 6200
P21_SP00366 1999
P21_ST00427 2016 unity. 672160
P21_SP00367
P21_ST00428 In
P21_SP00368
P21_ST00429 2205 4112
P21_TL00062
P21_ST00430 situations, 55545300000
P21_SP00369 1504 901
P21_ST00431 photochemists 3605003000625
P21_SP00370 1797
P21_ST00432 1812 125 search 601706
P21_SP00371 1937
P21_ST00433 1950
P21_SP00372
P21_ST00434 873
P21_SP00373 2043
P21_ST00435 2058 234 photo-sensi- 650220704650
P21_TL00063 1303 913
P21_ST00436 99 tizer. 450030
P21_SP00374 1402 945
P21_ST00437 1422 This 0407
P21_SP00375 1507
P21_ST00438 1526 substance 620255500
P21_SP00376 1715
P21_ST00439 1734 readily 7035010
P21_SP00377 1870
P21_ST00440 1888 absorbs 3070575
P21_SP00378 2036
P21_ST00441 radiation 401030200
P21_SP00379
P21_ST00442 2255
P21_TL00064 964
P21_ST00443 appropriate 55650083542
P21_SP00380
P21_ST00444 1567
P21_SP00381
P21_ST00445 1699 121 length 200804
P21_SP00382
P21_ST00446 regions 4030066
P21_SP00383 1996
P21_ST00447
P21_SP00384 2099 995
P21_ST00448 2132 becomes 2002207
P21_TL00065
P21_ST00449 activated. 0021042020
P21_SP00385 1491 1046
P21_ST00450 1515
P21_SP00386 1047
P21_ST00451 activated 605703005
P21_SP00387
P21_ST00452 1810 sensitizer 3070345507
P21_SP00388
P21_ST00453 2018 molecule 30200400
P21_SP00389 2185
P21_ST00454 then 5305
P21_TL00066
P21_ST00455 155 supplies 43772306
P21_SP00390 1458
P21_ST00456 360
P21_SP00391 1538 1097
P21_ST00457 1560 1076 energy 050785
P21_SP00392
P21_ST00458 1712 required 80332504
P21_SP00393
P21_ST00459 1896
P21_SP00394 1933
P21_ST00460 1953 141 initiate 67410110
P21_SP00395 2094
P21_ST00461 2113
P21_SP00396 2175
P21_ST00462 2194 82057
P21_TL00067
P21_ST00463
P21_SP00397 1339
P21_ST00464 1365
P21_SP00398 1425 1147
P21_ST00465 1451 main
P21_SP00399 1548
P21_ST00466 1575 reaction. 702006100
P21_SP00400
P21_ST00467 1770 A
P21_SP00401
P21_ST00468 1828 typical 2400014
P21_SP00402
P21_ST00469 1987 example 0050404
P21_SP00403 2148 1154
P21_ST00470 2173
P21_SP00404 2204
P21_ST00471
P21_TL00068
P21_ST00472 uranyl-ion 0603300002
P21_SP00405 1505 1205
P21_ST00473 1534 sensitized 7011001003
P21_SP00406 1199
P21_ST00474 1750 photodecomposition 670533000072600000
P21_SP00407 1206
P21_ST00475 2167
P21_SP00408
P21_ST00476 2233 1176 ox oxalic
P21_TL00069 1218
P21_ST00477 67 alic
P21_SP00409 1370 1249
P21_ST00478 acid, 33060
P21_SP00410 1474 1256
P21_ST00479 1493 28802
P21_SP00411 1250
P21_ST00480 1626
P21_SP00412
P21_ST00481 1675 widely 055030
P21_SP00413 1801 1257
P21_ST00482 1819 5706
P21_SP00414 1904
P21_ST00483 1922 1229 as
P21_SP00415 1961
P21_ST00484 1980
P21_SP00416
P21_ST00485 07000050
P21_SP00417 2186
P21_ST00486 acti- 20650
P21_TL00070 1301 1269 990
P21_ST00487 1270 nometer.^ 6000606010
P21_SP00418 1300
P21_ST00488 1510 To
P21_SP00419
P21_ST00489 1583 increase 30050260
P21_SP00420 1742
P21_ST00490
P21_SP00421
P21_ST00491 1849 4540
P21_SP00422
P21_ST00492 1952
P21_SP00423 1991
P21_ST00493 2014 decomposition 6020060721170
P21_TL00071 1320
P21_ST00494
P21_SP00424 1340 1351
P21_ST00495 1371 DBS, 0630
P21_SP00425 1469 1357
P21_ST00496 ferric 206470
P21_SP00426
P21_ST00497 1641 223 perchlorate 60715106360
P21_SP00427 1864
P21_ST00498 1894 1330 was 027
P21_SP00428 1967
P21_ST00499 1998 added 45605
P21_SP00429
P21_ST00500 2140
P21_SP00430
P21_ST00501 ppm
P21_TL00072
P21_ST00502 amounts 3004547
P21_SP00431 1401
P21_ST00503 1490
P21_SP00432
P21_ST00504
P21_SP00433 1610
P21_ST00505 1634 6004
P21_SP00434
P21_ST00506 1739
P21_SP00435
P21_ST00507 1799
P21_SP00436 1859
P21_ST00508 1883 70610270
P21_SP00437 2033
P21_ST00509 2060
P21_SP00438
P21_ST00510 2157 6500
P21_SP00439 2235 1403
P21_ST00511 0.49
P21_TL00073 1421
P21_ST00512 increased 063404700
P21_SP00440 1452
P21_ST00513
P21_SP00441 1459
P21_ST00514 about 70016
P21_SP00442 1678
P21_ST00515 two
P21_SP00443 1767
P21_ST00516 1788 orders 043076
P21_SP00444 1453
P21_ST00517 1932
P21_SP00445 1970
P21_ST00518 magnitude, 0353001600
P21_SP00446
P21_ST00519 2227 003
P21_TL00074 1471
P21_ST00520
P21_SP00447 1361 1502
P21_ST00521 1378 218 mechanism 000636060
P21_SP00448 1596
P21_ST00522 1614
P21_SP00449 1651
P21_ST00523 1668 1481 even 0018
P21_SP00450
P21_ST00524
P21_SP00451 1830
P21_ST00525 1848 initial 0512414
P21_SP00452
P21_ST00526 1982 1473 stage 46580
P21_SP00453 2082
P21_ST00527 2100
P21_SP00454 2139
P21_ST00528 2156 decom 60002
P21_TL00075 1522
P21_ST00529 position 60435500
P21_SP00455 1455
P21_ST00530
P21_SP00456 1553
P21_ST00531 467
P21_SP00457 1642 1554
P21_ST00532 1674 6010007
P21_SP00458
P21_ST00533 exceedingly 00000530851
P21_SP00459
P21_ST00534 2121 complex. 02661000
P21_TL00076 1573
P21_ST00535 Oxygen 404805
P21_SP00460 1447
P21_ST00536 0070000566000
P21_SP00461 1744
P21_ST00537
P21_SP00462 1604
P21_ST00538 1836 0.39 6
P21_SP00463 1856
P21_ST00539 significant 45746220575
P21_SP00464 2090
P21_ST00540 2119 variable, 065661001
P21_TL00077
P21_ST00541
P21_SP00465 1655
P21_ST00542
P21_SP00466
P21_ST00543 1625 4640
P21_SP00467 1546
P21_ST00544 1566 02471607
P21_SP00468 1730 1662
P21_ST00545 must 0605
P21_SP00469 1847
P21_ST00546 1865 0.95
P21_SP00470
P21_ST00547 1925 based 61604
P21_SP00471
P21_ST00548 2052 1633 4100
P21_SP00472
P21_ST00549
P21_SP00473
P21_ST00550 gen 700 generous
P21_TL00078
P21_ST00551 1684 erous 08033
P21_SP00474 1705
P21_ST00552 amount 400460
P21_SP00475 1568 1706
P21_ST00553
P21_SP00476 1623
P21_ST00554 1640 empiricism. 00645605400
P21_SP00477 1867
P21_ST00555 1886
P21_SP00478
P21_ST00556 2865232
P21_SP00479 2093
P21_ST00557 1676 1420
P21_SP00480 2189 1708
P21_ST00558 1685
P21_TL00079 1299 1725
P21_ST00559
P21_SP00481 1341 1756
P21_ST00560 represented 70580605204
P21_SP00482 1763
P21_ST00561
P21_SP00483 1657
P21_ST00562
P21_SP00484 1736 1757
P21_ST00563 1726 expression 0075067602
P21_TL00080
P21_ST00564 1919 An
P21_SP00485 1355
P21_ST00565 interesting 30404060078
P21_SP00486
P21_ST00566 1920 aspect 157001
P21_SP00487
P21_ST00567 1740
P21_SP00488 1779
P21_ST00568 52045500
P21_SP00489 1974
P21_ST00569 (5), 0000
P21_SP00490 2071
P21_ST00570
P21_SP00491 2154 1949
P21_ST00571 2171 07017
P21_TL00081 1968
P21_ST00572
P21_SP00492 1329 2001
P21_ST00573 1352 00610000
P21_SP00493
P21_ST00574
P21_SP00494
P21_ST00575 1588
P21_SP00495 1648
P21_ST00576 1673 1969 256 005072001420
P21_SP00496 1929 2007
P21_ST00577 1954 data, 52630
P21_SP00497 2047
P21_ST00578
P21_SP00498 2102
P21_ST00579 0607
P21_SP00499 2207
P21_ST00580 2228
P21_TL00082 2019
P21_ST00581 2021 4300
P21_SP00500 1377 2051
P21_ST00582 1394 2020
P21_SP00501 1424
P21_ST00583 1440
P21_SP00502 1460
P21_ST00584 1477 maximum 0706021
P21_SP00503
P21_ST00585 1689
P21_SP00504 1727
P21_ST00586 intermediate 200050010330
P21_SP00505 1993 2050
P21_ST00587 0.24
P21_SP00506
P21_ST00588 2117 653
P21_SP00507
P21_ST00589 oxy 113 oxygen
P21_TL00083 1298
P21_ST00590
P21_SP00508 1366
P21_ST00591 concentrations. 017007162305681
P21_SP00509
P21_ST00592 1719 2070 213 Practically 68500503003
P21_SP00510
P21_ST00593 0.33 5857
P21_SP00511 2101
P21_ST00594 means 00426
P21_SP00512
P21_ST00595 2208 4123
P21_TL00084 2120
P21_ST00596 it
P21_SP00513 1328 2152
P21_ST00597 1344
P21_SP00514 1374
P21_ST00598 2122 not 504
P21_SP00515
P21_ST00599 beneficial 3060113645
P21_SP00516
P21_ST00600
P21_SP00517
P21_ST00601
P21_SP00518 1783
P21_ST00602 2130
P21_SP00519
P21_ST00603 202808
P21_SP00520 2002
P21_ST00604 0004053355626
P21_TL00085 1297
P21_ST00605 2172 0104
P21_SP00521 2202
P21_ST00606 greater 7605307
P21_SP00522
P21_ST00607 1584 0634
P21_SP00523 2203
P21_ST00608 1693 80 0575
P21_SP00524
P21_ST00609 1793 corresponding 0072046000048
P21_SP00525
P21_ST00610
P21_SP00526
P21_ST00611 2149 124 satura 401042 saturation
P21_TL00086 2221
P21_ST00612 2222 76 tion 6630
P21_SP00527 2253
P21_ST00613 1400 0155
P21_SP00528
P21_ST00614 1513 2223 air. 3430
P21_SP00529 1577
P21_ST00615 1606 0565
P21_SP00530 1691
P21_ST00616 1716 behavior 30860507
P21_SP00531
P21_ST00617 1911 has 707
P21_SP00532
P21_ST00618 been 5300
P21_SP00533
P21_ST00619 2118 observed 05607106
P21_TL00087 2271
P21_ST00620 2273
P21_SP00534 1335 2303
P21_ST00621 varying 0180007
P21_SP00535 2310
P21_ST00622 1547 degrees 1083028
P21_SP00536 2309
P21_ST00623 2272
P21_SP00537 1759
P21_ST00624 1790 all
P21_SP00538
P21_ST00625 2281 our
P21_SP00539 1931
P21_ST00626 work
P21_SP00540
P21_ST00627
P21_SP00541 2135
P21_ST00628 123 670700
P21_TL00088 2322
P21_ST00629 2323 116050000
P21_SP00542 1480 2354
P21_ST00630 1501
P21_SP00543 1539
P21_ST00631 1559 0383740
P21_SP00544 2360
P21_ST00632 substances, 70345461060
P21_SP00545 1941 2359
P21_ST00633 whether 1205507
P21_SP00546 2353
P21_ST00634 2141 they 6104
P21_SP00547
P21_ST00635 2245
P21_TL00089 2372
P21_ST00636 2373 simple 600350
P21_SP00548 1423 2411
P21_ST00637 1444 molecules 000000005
P21_SP00549 2404
P21_ST00638 like 8000
P21_SP00550 2405
P21_ST00639 formic 715510
P21_SP00551 1869
P21_ST00640 1890 acid 0056
P21_SP00552
P21_ST00641 2383
P21_SP00553 2028
P21_ST00642
P21_SP00554
P21_ST00643 complex 0007500
P21_TL00090 2423
P21_ST00644 mixture 4104262
P21_SP00555 2454
P21_ST00645 1492
P21_SP00556 1529 2455
P21_ST00646 2424 037404066
P21_SP00557 2462
P21_ST00647 2425 225 0356003006
P21_SP00558
P21_ST00648 (secondary 1701036534
P21_TL00091 2473
P21_ST00649 effluents) 0111005150
P21_SP00559 2511
P21_ST00650 2499 .
P21_TL00092 1368 2524
P21_ST00651
P21_SP00560
P21_ST00652 1462 2005065
P21_SP00561 1579
P21_ST00653 1601 2525 rate, 55500
P21_SP00562 2562
P21_ST00654
P21_SP00563
P21_ST00655 1794 value 05050
P21_SP00564
P21_ST00656 2526
P21_SP00565
P21_ST00657 2535 zero 4060
P21_SP00566
P21_ST00658 conversion 0002057603
P21_TL00093 2574
P21_ST00659
P21_SP00567 1338 2605
P21_ST00660 1360
P21_SP00568 2612
P21_ST00661 2575
P21_SP00569 1511 2606
P21_ST00662 2576 63
P21_SP00570
P21_ST00663 002277
P21_SP00571
P21_ST00664
P21_SP00572 1813 2607
P21_ST00665 1834 supply 706601
P21_SP00573 2614
P21_ST00666
P21_SP00574 2042
P21_ST00667 2063 77607603
P21_SP00575 2215
P21_ST00668 information
P21_TL00094 2625
P21_ST00669 formation 733005503
P21_SP00576 1496 2656
P21_ST00670 2626 needed 010603
P21_SP00577 1649 2657
P21_ST00671 1670
P21_SP00578
P21_ST00672 1728 316067
P21_SP00579 1852 2663
P21_ST00673 integral 46008750
P21_SP00580
P21_ST00674 2627 80606066
P21_SP00581
P21_ST00675
P21_TL00095 2675
P21_ST00676 removal 7000250
P21_SP00582 2707
P21_ST00677 2676
P21_SP00583
P21_ST00678 2686
P21_SP00584
P21_ST00679 1578 60876670737
P21_SP00585 1782 2713
P21_ST00680 fraction 65105110
P21_SP00586
P21_ST00681
P21_SP00587
P21_ST00682 2041 DBS. 5860
P21_SP00588 2708
P21_ST00683 2163
P21_SP00589 2213
P21_ST00684 2234 ac accomplish
P21_TL00096 2725
P21_ST00685 complish 00045054
P21_SP00590 2763
P21_ST00686 2726 0415
P21_SP00591 1562 2757
P21_ST00687 2727
P21_SP00592 2758
P21_ST00688 1663 7700
P21_SP00593 1741
P21_ST00689 1760 2728 0453
P21_SP00594
P21_ST00690
P21_SP00595 1917 2759
P21_ST00691 known 02007
P21_SP00596 2066
P21_ST00692 2087
P21_SP00597
P21_ST00693 2144
P21_SP00598 2190
P21_ST00694 2736 con 006
P21_TL00097 2776
P21_ST00695 0064300
P21_SP00599 1441 2807
P21_ST00696 1464 levels. 0000073
P21_SP00600
P21_ST00697 1603 2777 When 0206
P21_SP00601
P21_ST00698 1737 2778
P21_SP00602 1798
P21_ST00699 intermediates 6010700524706
P21_SP00603 2088 2809
P21_ST00700 produced 27074206
P21_TL00098 2827
P21_ST00701 influence 161120740
P21_SP00604 2858
P21_ST00702 2828
P21_SP00605
P21_ST00703 1564 2829 6830
P21_SP00606 2859
P21_ST00704 1659
P21_SP00607 1697
P21_ST00705 7004086
P21_SP00608 2860
P21_ST00706
P21_SP00609
P21_ST00707 1939
P21_SP00610
P21_ST00708 2017 remaining 700455118
P21_SP00611 2866
P21_ST00709 2839 re-
P21_TL00099 2878
P21_ST00710 2879 actant, 4018000
P21_SP00612 1431 2914
P21_ST00711
P21_SP00613 2910
P21_ST00712 1524 2880 7800
P21_SP00614 2909
P21_ST00713 1617 2889 083
P21_SP00615 1681
P21_ST00714
P21_SP00616
P21_ST00715 1755
P21_SP00617
P21_ST00716 1791 sensitive 600260000
P21_SP00618
P21_ST00717 function 30015507
P21_SP00619
P21_ST00718
P21_SP00620 2912
P21_ST00719 2890 con- 0420
P21_TB00004 2967
P21_TL00100 196 2973
P21_ST00720 2978 WINTER 005437
P21_SP00621 3004
P21_ST00721 1971
P21_TB00005 2975
P21_TL00101 2981
P21_ST00722


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P24_SP00002 965 18
P24_ST00003 983 131 37 Integral 0.76 43003250
P24_SP00003 1114 282 17
P24_ST00004 1131 251 119 reactor 0.80 3032301
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P24_ST00005 1263 246 87 38 (high 0.55 62237
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P24_SP00006 1564 283
P24_ST00007 1579 248 72 31 data 0.68 7050
P24_TB00002 191 310 2098 409
P24_TL00002 1686 350 161 25
P24_ST00008 Residence 0.77 706600000
P24_TL00003 523 385 90 26
P24_ST00009 TOC* 0.24 8884
P24_TL00004 1726 391 82
P24_ST00010 Time 0.86 0400
P24_TL00005 1981 392 118
P24_ST00011 Conver, 0.61 0443086
P24_TL00006 2099 135
P24_ST00012 89 sions, 0.63 550740
P24_SP00007 2188 423 16
P24_ST00013 2204 29 % 7
P24_TL00007 424 108 32
P24_ST00014 426 65 Run 0.40 556
P24_SP00008 264 450
P24_ST00015 280 27 # 0.88 1
P24_TL00008 418 101
P24_ST00016 Initial 0.56 0770626
P24_TL00009 641 427 85
P24_ST00017 Final 0.62 56420
P24_TL00010 794 428 237
P24_ST00018 66 (0,) 6072
P24_SP00009 860 459
P24_ST00019 886 in 0.48
P24_SP00010 915 453 22
P24_ST00020 937 94 Feed- 0.60 22067
P24_TL00011 1055 154
P24_ST00021 434 23 A 0.13 8
P24_SP00011 1078 457 9
P24_ST00022 1087 122 (TOO* 03087
P24_TL00012 1276 429 36
P24_ST00023 A(0,)* 0.54 832705
P24_TL00013 1478 431 143
P24_ST00024 A(CO,)* 8403706
P24_TL00014 1697 433 139
P24_ST00025 77 VQ,
P24_SP00012 1774 464
P24_ST00026 1789 441 47 sec 0.74 700
P24_TL00015 1951 74
P24_ST00027 Exp. 6070
P24_TL00016 2127 156
P24_ST00028 Predicted 0.75 860020401
P24_TL00017 518 84
P24_ST00029 3F.C. 0.81 51200
P24_TL00018 443 520 53
P24_ST00030 780 0.52
P24_TL00019 658 521 52
P24_ST00031 584 0.44
P24_TL00020 873 70
P24_ST00032 1280 0044
P24_TL00021 1105
P24_ST00033 196 0.97 000
P24_TL00022 1316 522
P24_ST00034 180 060
P24_TL00023 1529 524
P24_ST00035 220 004
P24_TL00024 1743 525
P24_ST00036 410 0.65 505
P24_TL00025 1958 63
P24_ST00037 25.2 4302
P24_TL00026 2182
P24_ST00038 24.6 3500
P24_TL00027 201 561 40
P24_ST00039 IC
P24_TL00028 445 563
P24_ST00040 850 0.43 2667
P24_TL00029 659 564 68
P24_ST00041 333b 0.32 7478
P24_TL00030 875 69
P24_ST00042 1400 0315
P24_TL00031 1107
P24_ST00043 517 0.47 708
P24_TL00032 1318 565
P24_ST00044 500 0.69 332
P24_TL00033 1532 566
P24_ST00045 514 0.83
P24_TL00034 1728 568
P24_ST00046 1560 0.71 0325
P24_TL00035 1960 569 62
P24_ST00047 60.9 0.64 4134
P24_TL00036 2184
P24_ST00048 60.8 6006
P24_TL00037 604 41
P24_ST00049 2C 0.89 20
P24_TL00038 606
P24_ST00050 890 0.42
P24_TL00039 607
P24_ST00051 740 0.50 742
P24_TL00040 71
P24_ST00052 1200 0003
P24_TL00041 1106
P24_ST00053 150 0.70 062
P24_TL00042 608
P24_ST00054 601
P24_TL00043 610
P24_ST00055 167
P24_TL00044 1746 611
P24_ST00056 376 0.37 477
P24_TL00045 1961 612 61
P24_ST00057 16.9 0.78 1403
P24_TL00046
P24_ST00058 18.3 4607
P24_TL00047 647
P24_ST00059 4C 0.72 50
P24_TL00048 649
P24_ST00060 240
P24_TL00049 650
P24_ST00061 533 175
P24_TL00050 874
P24_ST00062 1380 0661
P24_TL00051
P24_ST00063 357 0.25 867
P24_TL00052 651
P24_ST00064 300 355
P24_TL00053 1530 653
P24_ST00065 370 0.51 580
P24_TL00054 1724 654
P24_ST00066 1085 0263
P24_TL00055 1956
P24_ST00067 42.3 4016
P24_TL00056 2180 655
P24_ST00068 40.2 0.79 2103
P24_TB00003 724 1088 46
P24_TL00057 307 732 1063
P24_ST00069 *A1I 5031
P24_SP00013 372 758
P24_ST00070 387 734 238 concentrations 30550228503074
P24_SP00014 625 759
P24_ST00071 639
P24_SP00015 670
P24_ST00072 683 g'
P24_SP00016 703 765 12
P24_ST00073 715 735 170 molescm'' 0.59 7240505347
P24_SP00017 885 761
P24_ST00074 900 91 xlO".; 002700
P24_SP00018 991 764
P24_ST00075 1007 738 0.23
P24_SP00019 1019 751
P24_ST00076 1035 60 10.2 0.58 6324
P24_SP00020 1095
P24_ST00077 1109 ppm; 5360
P24_SP00021 1191
P24_ST00078 1207 ^ 0.00 10
P24_SP00022 1220 752
P24_ST00079 1233 44 4.0
P24_SP00023 1277 760
P24_ST00080 1291 79 ppm. 7560
P24_TB00004 802 1024 896
P24_TL00058 198 808 989
P24_ST00081 809 151 suitable 0.87 30103000
P24_SP00024 349 840
P24_ST00082 364 59 for 207
P24_SP00025 839
P24_ST00083 437 279 photochemical 7500106000050
P24_SP00026 716 847
P24_ST00084 731 158 reaction 60250052
P24_SP00027 889
P24_ST00085 912 155 (usually 00565075
P24_SP00028 1067 846
P24_ST00086 1082 105 2000- 03330
P24_TL00059 859
P24_ST00087 88 4000 0066
P24_SP00029 286
P24_ST00088 315 a)
P24_SP00030 359
P24_ST00089 883 6 4
P24_SP00031 378
P24_ST00090 407 This 0303
P24_SP00032 492
P24_ST00091 177 efficiency 0000010332
P24_SP00033 698 897
P24_ST00092 871 42 tjl 0.15 888
P24_SP00034 766
P24_ST00093 793 is 57
P24_SP00035
P24_ST00094 852 solely 600004
P24_SP00036 960
P24_ST00095 dependent 407045003
P24_TL00060 909 988
P24_ST00096 918 upon 4611
P24_SP00037 291 946
P24_ST00097 the 250
P24_SP00038 366 940
P24_ST00098 383 287 characteristics 075604507055207
P24_SP00039 941
P24_ST00099 688 910 of 06
P24_SP00040 726
P24_ST00100 741
P24_SP00041 801
P24_ST00101 818 104 lamp. 56230
P24_SP00042 922 948
P24_ST00102 942 144 Second, 5000170
P24_SP00043 1086 19
P24_ST00103 81 only 0251
P24_TL00061 197 987
P24_ST00104 969 21 a
P24_SP00044 218
P24_ST00105 236 part 1753
P24_SP00045 320 998
P24_ST00106 338 0.53
P24_SP00046
P24_ST00107 394
P24_SP00047 454
P24_ST00108 473 radiation 750175267
P24_SP00048 992
P24_ST00109 672 206 emanating 006760007
P24_SP00049 878 997
P24_ST00110 96 from 0.66 4602
P24_SP00050
P24_ST00111 1011 050
P24_SP00051 1071
P24_ST00112 1091 lamp 7306
P24_TL00062 975
P24_ST00113 145 reaches 6040605
P24_SP00052 342 1042
P24_ST00114
P24_SP00053 425
P24_ST00115 448 1012 6040306
P24_SP00054 587
P24_ST00116 wall. 05202
P24_SP00055 701 1043
P24_ST00117 725 0365
P24_SP00056 810
P24_ST00118 833 fraction 0.49 66517607
P24_SP00057
P24_ST00119 1023 t^lre 0.12 810888
P24_SP00058 1099 1053
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P24_TL00063 1062
P24_ST00121 111 pends 61406 HypPart2
P24_SP00059 308 1100
P24_ST00122 334 1072 1607
P24_SP00060
P24_ST00123 160
P24_SP00061 513 1094
P24_ST00124 539 1064 183 geometry 80030075
P24_SP00062 722 1101
P24_ST00125 749
P24_SP00063 786
P24_ST00126 811
P24_SP00064
P24_ST00127 289 lamp-reflector- 0.73 030706044005070
P24_TL00064 990
P24_ST00128 141 7050507
P24_SP00065 337 1145
P24_ST00129 361 133 system 604002
P24_SP00066 494 1151
P24_ST00130 519 and 705
P24_SP00067 588
P24_ST00131 613 0.95
P24_SP00068 642
P24_ST00132 667 127 within 206501
P24_SP00069
P24_ST00133 1115 0.93 020
P24_SP00070 1146
P24_ST00134 904 control 0.82 0240400
P24_SP00071 1039
P24_ST00135 03
P24_SP00072 1102
P24_ST00136 1125
P24_TL00065 1164 974
P24_ST00137 174 designer. 007040045
P24_SP00073 371 1202
P24_ST00138 395 1165 For 005
P24_SP00074 465 1195
P24_ST00139 486 example, 00606001
P24_SP00075 656 1203
P24_ST00140 678 with 0144
P24_SP00076 1196
P24_ST00141 1175 0.34
P24_SP00077 806
P24_ST00142 827 tubular 2052243
P24_SP00078 972
P24_ST00143 993 1166 7216
P24_SP00079
P24_ST00144 sur 636 surrounded
P24_TL00066 1215
P24_ST00145 rounded 5630104
P24_SP00080 354 1246
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P24_SP00081 422 1252
P24_ST00147 444 1225 45 an
P24_SP00082 489
P24_ST00148 511 1216 152 annular 4505565
P24_SP00083 663
P24_ST00149 685 1217 reactor, 60203050
P24_SP00084 1251
P24_ST00150 all 0.94 010
P24_SP00085 905 1247
P24_ST00151 927
P24_SP00086
P24_ST00152 986 560
P24_SP00087 1046
P24_ST00153 1068 102 radia 74555
P24_TL00067 194 1265
P24_ST00154 tion 4203
P24_SP00088 271 1296
P24_ST00155 140 leaving 0021177
P24_SP00089 1302
P24_ST00156 446 1266
P24_SP00090 506
P24_ST00157 7060427
P24_SP00091 664 1297
P24_ST00158 682 115 would 05643
P24_SP00092 797
P24_ST00159 815 157 impinge 3076450
P24_SP00093 1304
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P24_SP00094
P24_ST00161 1052
P24_SP00095 1113
P24_ST00162 re
P24_TL00068 195 1315
P24_ST00163 99 actor 31308
P24_SP00096 294 1346
P24_ST00164 314 0.92 03000
P24_SP00097 405
P24_ST00165 Finally, 40050353
P24_SP00098 576 1353
P24_ST00166 598
P24_SP00099 1354
P24_ST00167 1325 3
P24_SP00100 718 1347
P24_ST00168 737 54300003
P24_SP00101 895
P24_ST00169 01
P24_SP00102 953
P24_ST00170
P24_SP00103 1032
P24_ST00171 1326 energy 000742
P24_TL00069 1366
P24_ST00172 striking 71750178
P24_SP00104 351
P24_ST00173 030
P24_SP00105 1397 33
P24_ST00174 476 wall 0755
P24_SP00106
P24_ST00175 590 07
P24_SP00107 619
P24_ST00176 absorbed 70605000
P24_SP00108 1398
P24_ST00177 1367
P24_SP00109 906 1404
P24_ST00178
P24_SP00110
P24_ST00179 1031 153 solution 72555400
P24_TL00070 1416
P24_ST00180 flowing 2210708
P24_SP00111 1454
P24_ST00181 through 4760381
P24_SP00112
P24_ST00182 550 1417
P24_SP00113 1450
P24_ST00183 1418 reactor. 60404070
P24_SP00114 789 1449
P24_ST00184 819 86 0406
P24_SP00115
P24_ST00185 0000560002
P24_SP00116 1112 1456
P24_ST00186 1140 1430 rjn 0.16
P24_TL00071 1467
P24_ST00187 5070875
P24_SP00117 1505
P24_ST00188 1476 1605
P24_SP00118
P24_ST00189 484
P24_SP00119 545 1498
P24_ST00190 1468 653143400
P24_SP00120 746 1499
P24_ST00191 path 7422
P24_SP00121 854 1507
P24_ST00192 876 1469 121 length 507726
P24_SP00122 1506
P24_ST00193 1027 (reactor 0.57 07324636
P24_TL00072 192 1518
P24_ST00194 geometry) 704302540
P24_SP00123 1556
P24_ST00195 276
P24_SP00124 1550
P24_ST00196 503 1519 540
P24_SP00125 1549
P24_ST00197 581 absorptivity 725067440034
P24_SP00126 820 1557
P24_ST00198 837 0.14
P24_SP00127 861
P24_ST00199 1545 ,
P24_SP00128 882
P24_ST00200 902 or
P24_SP00129 1551
P24_ST00201 958 1520 224 attenuation 64302365605
P24_TL00073 1587
P24_ST00202 factor 720506
P24_SP00130 1618
P24_ST00203 330 1603 jj. 777
P24_SP00131 1626
P24_ST00204 1612
P24_SP00132 1624
P24_ST00205
P24_SP00133 430
P24_ST00206 461
P24_SP00134 508 1619
P24_ST00207 526 1588 163 solution. 600165070
P24_SP00135 689
P24_ST00208 711 The 0.90
P24_SP00136 783 1620
P24_ST00209 804 1589 130 overall 2006730
P24_SP00137 934
P24_ST00210 955 0000000501
P24_SP00138 1132 1627
P24_ST00211 1152
P24_TL00074 1656 166
P24_ST00212 106 given 84004
P24_SP00139 298 1692
P24_ST00213 311
P24_TB00005 270 1720 416 56
P24_TL00075 1729
P24_ST00214 1742 V
P24_SP00140 1771
P24_ST00215
P24_SP00141 1756
P24_ST00216 381 43 171, 0.22 8877
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P24_ST00217 455 116 (¦>7lrr) 0.36 010887880
P24_SP00143 571
P24_ST00218 591 1730 78 (vr) 6877
P24_TB00006 1104 48
P24_TL00076 1119 1731 55
P24_ST00219 (7) 0.45 583
P24_TB00007 1798 1020 1118
P24_TL00077 1805
P24_ST00220 1806 007
P24_SP00144 1838
P24_ST00221 1816 our
P24_SP00145 1837
P24_ST00222 laboratory 0400752042
P24_SP00146 600 1844
P24_ST00223 632 reactors 70707074
P24_SP00147 790 1836
P24_ST00224 1817 tj^rr 881088
P24_SP00148 1846
P24_ST00225 931
P24_SP00149 1001
P24_ST00226 tjr
P24_SP00150 1847
P24_ST00227 have
P24_TL00078 1856
P24_ST00228 1857 124 varied 265406
P24_SP00151 316 1888
P24_ST00229 97 7500
P24_SP00152 435
P24_ST00230 1858 76 0.08 6153
P24_SP00153 535
P24_ST00231 558 to
P24_SP00154 595
P24_ST00232 3538
P24_SP00155 695
P24_ST00233 719
P24_SP00156 788
P24_ST00234 6600
P24_SP00157 908 1887
P24_ST00235 932 5316
P24_SP00158 1009
P24_ST00236 1033
P24_SP00159 1069
P24_ST00237 1093 0.25, 60250
P24_TL00079 1907
P24_ST00238 1908 243 respectively. 7066004200050
P24_SP00160 1947
P24_ST00239 469 It 04
P24_SP00161 502 1939
P24_ST00240 1917 appears 6800667
P24_SP00162
P24_ST00241 717 that 6505
P24_SP00163
P24_ST00242 134 studies 6258307
P24_SP00164 962
P24_ST00243 996 0.29
P24_SP00165 1040
P24_ST00244 95 maxi 0504 maximizing
P24_TL00080
P24_ST00245 1959 mizing 005348
P24_SP00166 325 1997
P24_ST00246 260
P24_SP00167 402 1991
P24_ST00247 product 0600058
P24_SP00168 572 1998
P24_ST00248 592
P24_SP00169 630
P24_ST00249 these 54010
P24_SP00170
P24_ST00250 two
P24_SP00171 836
P24_ST00251 855 205 efficiencies 000026250005
P24_SP00172 1060 1990
P24_ST00252 1081 100 could 02022
P24_TL00081 2010
P24_ST00253 2011 lead 0027
P24_SP00173 269 2042
P24_ST00254 288
P24_SP00174
P24_ST00255 344 2020 5
P24_SP00175 2041
P24_ST00256 384 204 significant 70684000607
P24_SP00176 2047
P24_ST00257 159 increase 03060460
P24_SP00177 767
P24_ST00258
P24_SP00178
P24_ST00259 842 2022
P24_SP00179 864 2052
P24_ST00260 884 451
P24_SP00180 954
P24_ST00261 reduce 606010
P24_SP00181
P24_ST00262 1120
P24_TL00082 2060
P24_ST00263 2071 132 070770
P24_SP00182 324
P24_ST00264 2062 costs 00647
P24_SP00183 2092
P24_ST00265 2061 292 proportionally. 672508460010020
P24_SP00184 745
P24_ST00266 Since 50000
P24_SP00185
P24_ST00267 rate 7020
P24_SP00186 963
P24_ST00268 981 0.38
P24_SP00187
P24_ST00269 depend 604067
P24_TL00083
P24_ST00270 2112 ent 076
P24_SP00188 252 2142
P24_ST00271 2121 92 4713
P24_SP00189 363 2148
P24_ST00272 382
P24_SP00190 442 2143
P24_ST00273 172 intensity 015024364
P24_SP00191 633 2149
P24_ST00274 652 0.46
P24_SP00192 690
P24_ST00275 707
P24_SP00193 768
P24_ST00276 179 746616507
P24_SP00194
P24_ST00277 985 as
P24_SP00195
P24_ST00278 1044 well 0004
P24_SP00196 1121
P24_ST00279
P24_TL00084 2161
P24_ST00280 its 027
P24_SP00197 2192
P24_ST00281 261 217 magnitude, 1346253000
P24_SP00198 478 2198
P24_ST00282 2171
P24_SP00199
P24_ST00283 547 complicating 000751070068
P24_SP00200 2199
P24_ST00284 2162 540004
P24_SP00201 939
P24_ST00285
P24_SP00202
P24_ST00286 1017 2726
P24_SP00203 1097
P24_ST00287
P24_TL00085 190 2211
P24_ST00288 2212 40330334
P24_SP00204 373 2248
P24_ST00289
P24_SP00205 447 2242 35
P24_ST00290 482 570
P24_SP00206 541
P24_ST00291 578 lamp-reflector-reactor 0306060440237705040606
P24_SP00207 2250
P24_ST00292 1047 625700
P24_TL00086 2261
P24_ST00293 125 affects 4220247
P24_SP00208 2293
P24_ST00294 2262
P24_SP00209
P24_ST00295 2271 142 process 0630048
P24_SP00210 586 2300
P24_ST00296 622 2263 30736
P24_SP00211 714
P24_ST00297 0.41
P24_SP00212 787
P24_ST00298 other 04308
P24_SP00213 924
P24_ST00299 2272 98 ways 0154
P24_SP00214 1056 2299
P24_ST00300 than 6647
P24_TL00087 189 2312 966
P24_ST00301 5561587
P24_SP00215 345 2349
P24_ST00302
P24_SP00216 2343
P24_ST00303 176 0222140605
P24_SP00217 2350
P24_ST00304 660 2313 05
P24_SP00218 2344
P24_ST00305 utilization 25003524004
P24_SP00219
P24_ST00306 949
P24_SP00220
P24_ST00307 1013 2322 energy. 0007740
P24_TL00088 258 2364
P24_ST00308 2365 Another 0005505
P24_SP00221 419 2396
P24_ST00309 202 possibility 63676231565
P24_SP00222 2403
P24_ST00310 747
P24_SP00223 744
P24_ST00311 203 improving 507510007
P24_SP00224 980 2402
P24_ST00312
P24_SP00225
P24_ST00313 2374 eco 0.98 economics
P24_TL00089 2415
P24_ST00314 2417 nomics 010054
P24_SP00226 322 2448
P24_ST00315 356
P24_SP00227 393 2447
P24_ST00316 2427
P24_SP00228
P24_ST00317 2416 278 4725035007350
P24_SP00229 756 2455
P24_ST00318 tertiary 50310673
P24_SP00230 2454
P24_ST00319 973 2424 0601056
P24_SP00231
P24_ST00320 1148 75
P24_TL00090 2466
P24_ST00321 2468 4566245
P24_SP00232 2505
P24_ST00322
P24_SP00233 421 2498
P24_ST00323 439 2477 use
P24_SP00234 499 2499
P24_ST00324
P24_SP00235 555
P24_ST00325
P24_SP00236
P24_ST00326 609 2467 sensitizer. 20576633170
P24_SP00237 805
P24_ST00327 824 103 61200
P24_SP00238
P24_ST00328 945 chlorine 15207400
P24_SP00239
P24_ST00329 ab absorbs
P24_TL00091 2517
P24_ST00330 2518 sorbs 62706
P24_SP00240 2549
P24_ST00331 760050001
P24_SP00241
P24_ST00332 509 08
P24_SP00242 2548
P24_ST00333
P24_SP00243
P24_ST00334 644 2527 proper 740606
P24_SP00244 774 2556
P24_ST00335 wave 1640
P24_SP00245 893
P24_ST00336 913 005615
P24_SP00246 2554
P24_ST00337 range, 666500
P24_TL00092 2567
P24_ST00338 2568 546
P24_SP00247 2599
P24_ST00339 since 74120
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P24_ST00340 386 73 this 0756
P24_SP00249
P24_ST00341 188 substance 622853610
P24_SP00250 665
P24_ST00342 114 00337
P24_SP00251
P24_ST00343 probably 77013445
P24_SP00252 2605
P24_ST00344 1004 be
P24_SP00253 2598
P24_ST00345 113 added 56603
P24_TL00093 2617
P24_ST00346 2619
P24_SP00254 2648
P24_ST00347 2618 treated 5705501
P24_SP00255 377
P24_ST00348 water 02625
P24_SP00256 504
P24_ST00349
P24_SP00257 579
P24_ST00350
P24_SP00258 2649
P24_ST00351 657 208 germicidal 6050014750
P24_SP00259 865 2654
P24_ST00352 881 117 action 103307
P24_SP00260
P24_ST00353 1015 2627 anyway, 7520451
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P24_ST00354 08008120
P24_SP00261 2699
P24_ST00355 367 2668
P24_SP00262 397 2698
P24_ST00356 2677
P24_SP00263
P24_ST00357 466 likely 000016
P24_SP00264 2704
P24_ST00358 candidate. 0562135100
P24_SP00265 792
P24_ST00359 040
P24_SP00266 891
P24_ST00360 effect 033007
P24_SP00267 1021
P24_ST00361
P24_SP00268 1079
P24_ST00362 1103 0555
P24_TL00095 2718
P24_ST00363 2727 case 0740
P24_SP00269 268 2748
P24_ST00364 285 00165
P24_SP00270 399 2749
P24_ST00365 417
P24_SP00271 458
P24_ST00366 2728
P24_SP00272
P24_ST00367 538
P24_SP00273 597
P24_ST00368 615 kinetics 01005506
P24_SP00274
P24_ST00369 784
P24_SP00275 821
P24_ST00370 838
P24_SP00276 898
P24_ST00371 917 187 reactions, 6072570770
P24_SP00277 2755
P24_ST00372 1124 54 increasing
P24_TL00096 2768
P24_ST00373 162 creasing 07066257
P24_SP00278 2805
P24_ST00374 164
P24_SP00279 2799
P24_ST00375 440 2769 171 quantum 0750650
P24_SP00280 2806
P24_ST00376 626 yield 66050
P24_SP00281 2807
P24_ST00377 733 K 2
P24_SP00282 2800
P24_ST00378 779
P24_SP00283
P24_ST00379 830
P24_SP00284
P24_ST00380 2770 7630
P24_SP00285
P24_ST00381 equation. 063665470
P24_TL00097 2819
P24_ST00382 184 However, 60010070
P24_SP00286 2857
P24_ST00383 390 340
P24_SP00287 2851
P24_ST00384 468 2820 193 chemistry 061017273
P24_SP00288 661 2858
P24_ST00385 679
P24_SP00289
P24_ST00386
P24_SP00290 2852
P24_ST00387 chlorine-pollutant- 0250555005043346720
P24_TL00098 186 2871
P24_ST00388 00106
P24_SP00291 299 2902
P24_ST00389 321 mixture 0401460
P24_SP00292
P24_ST00390 0.26
P24_SP00293 529
P24_ST00391 553 169 complex, 02264001
P24_SP00294 2909
P24_ST00392 2872 234 particularly 665053637755
P24_SP00295 2911
P24_ST00393 1002 when
P24_SP00296 2904
P24_ST00394 1128 ir 67
P24_TB00008 1272 800
P24_TL00099 1293
P24_ST00395 173 radiated. 645550030
P24_SP00297 1466 841
P24_ST00396 1493 Hence, 203300
P24_SP00298 1623 849
P24_ST00397 1650 813
P24_SP00299 1710 843
P24_ST00398 1736 814 form 7040
P24_SP00300 1832 844
P24_ST00399 1860
P24_SP00301 1897
P24_ST00400 1923 0.84
P24_SP00302 1983
P24_ST00401 3540
P24_SP00303 2088 845
P24_ST00402 2116 165 equation 06064002
P24_TL00100 1294 947
P24_ST00403 00157
P24_SP00304 1408
P24_ST00404 1426 74046546
P24_SP00305 1598 899
P24_ST00405 1614 862
P24_SP00306 1655
P24_ST00406 1674 863 different 704404010
P24_SP00307 1843 894
P24_ST00407 0660
P24_SP00308 1946
P24_ST00408 1965 Equation 05640001
P24_SP00309 901
P24_ST00409 2169 (6)
P24_SP00310 2222
P24_ST00410 2235
P24_TL00101 1292 926
P24_ST00411 TN
P24_SP00311 1363
P24_ST00412 1389 SUMMARY, 51355810
P24_SP00312 1638
P24_ST00413 1664 929
P24_SP00313 961
P24_ST00414 1750 930 274 attractiveness 74476234323035
P24_SP00314 2024
P24_ST00415 2051
P24_SP00315 2089
P24_ST00416 2114
P24_SP00316 2134
P24_ST00417 2160 photo- 270230
P24_TL00102
P24_ST00418 ¦*- 1070
P24_SP00317 1323
P24_ST00419 1330 977 chemical 15000553
P24_SP00318 1497
P24_ST00420 1515 6710077
P24_SP00319 1657
P24_ST00421 1675
P24_SP00320 1734
P24_ST00422 1751 00744445
P24_SP00321 1906
P24_ST00423 1921 982 treatment 060510056
P24_SP00322 2117
P24_ST00424 will 1601
P24_SP00323 2206
P24_ST00425 2225
P24_TL00103 1028
P24_ST00426 pend 7064
P24_SP00324 1384 1066
P24_ST00427 1412 1029
P24_SP00325
P24_ST00428 1477
P24_SP00326 1061
P24_ST00429 1526 1030 20874332403
P24_SP00327
P24_ST00430 1759 extent 005047
P24_SP00328 1880
P24_ST00431
P24_SP00329 1952
P24_ST00432 1980 how 0.91 200
P24_S