Experimental Viscosities in cP of 65 wt% Sucrose and 30 wt% Sucrose Solutions at Tested Temperatures in ˚C Compared to Literature Values of Viscosity in cP with Percent Error Concentration of Sucrose (% weight) Temperature of Solution (˚C) Average Viscosity of Sucrose Solutions Calculated (cP) Literature Value of Viscosity of Sucrose Solutions (cP) % error 65 20.7 138.67 147.2 5.79 65 40 42.88 44.36 3.34 65 60 18.31 17.9 2.29 30 20.7 2.9376 3.187 7.83 30 40 1.999 1.833 9.06 30 60 1.239 1.2 3.25 The graph of the viscosities at the tested temperatures for the 30 wt% sucrose solution can be seen in Figure 1. The graph of the viscosities at the tested temperatures for the 65 wt% sucrose solution can be seen in Figure 2. In both graphs error bars are included, but due to scale an the small amount of error, they cannot be seen. The viscosities collected by the class at each temperature versus concentration are graphed in Figure 3. The complete set of data from the class can be found in Appendix B.
FEA Treatment of Thermal Modeling The basis for thermal analysis in ANSYS is a heat balance equation obtained from the principle of conservation of energy. The finite element solution performed via Mechanical APDL calculates nodal temperatures, and then uses the nodal temperatures to obtain other thermal quantities. The ANSYS program handles all three primary modes of heat transfer: conduction, convection, and radiation. Mesh was created in Ansys. The mesh had 144005 elements.
The experimental Ksp at 291.15 K was found to be 7.10 x 10-4 + 5 x 10-6 and compared to the literature value of 3.8 x 10-4. Since ΔH° reaction and ΔS° reaction was assumed to be nearly independent of temperature, the change in enthalpy and entropy of the reaction was found using the gradient and intercept respectively of the linear plot of lnKsp versus the reciprocal of temperature. Using van’t Hoff equation, ΔH° reaction and ΔS° reaction was found to be 44 ± 1.3 kJ K-1 mol-1 and 89 ± 4 J K-1 mol-1
Calculations • Calculate the velocity (m/s) and the Reynolds’ number for each flow rate. • Hence, find the value of friction factor from the calculated head loss for both Laminar and Turbulent flow rates. • If the flow is Laminar (i.e. Re4000), use Blasius smooth pipes. • Using the calculated values plot a graph between log (Re) and log (f).
In the given problem, the instructions were given to find the partial pressure of the reactant and the product using different equations. The equations used the formulas of (PNO2)^2/PN2O4=0.60 and PN2O4+PNO2=.050. To find the unknown values, it is necessary to rearrange to solve. After rearranging, continue by putting the values into the quadratic formula to calculate the partial pressure. The quadratic formula was found to be (-0.60±√(〖0.60〗^2-4(1)(-0.30)))/(2(1)), using PNO2 as “x”.
The Binding interaction of complex pyridoxine 5 phosphate oxidase – Nitroimidazooxaine conformations including hydrogen bond and the bond length are analyse by chimera software. 3. Result and Disscussion Docking AnalysisResult : Pyridoxine 5 Phosphate oxidase ,, the macromolecule and the ligand molecule were subject to docking analysis by using Autodock 4.2 .Molecular docking simulations were conducted with this software 10 docking runs were performed. Gird parameter were set as mentioned earlier and the grid spacing point was 0.375 angstoms . After the simulations were complete ,the docked structures were analyzed and the interactions were seen.
 proposed a new expression for the prediction of the continuum intensity (Ik) to take into account the self absorption of Bremsstrahlung for the accurate description of the Bremsstrahlung process ------ (1) Here, ---------- (2) In the present work, it has been evaluated Zmod using Markowicz’s equation (2). The estimated Zmod for BaCl2, BaCO3, BaTiO3, Ba(NO3)2 and BaSO4 are 41.267, 39.116, 37.373, 36.447and 35.077 respectively. The EB cross section for these compounds is evaluated using Lagrange’s interpolation technique, Seltzer-Berger’s  theoretical EB cross section data given for elements and the evaluated results of Zmod using the following expression ------- (3) Where lower case z is the atomic number of the element of known EB cross section z adjacent to the modified atomic number (Zmod) of the compound whose EB cross section is desired and upper case Z are atomic numbers of other elements of known EB cross section adjacent to Zmod. Seltzer-Berger’s  theoretical EB cross section data is based on Tseng-Pratt theory. The number of EB photons of energy k when all of the incident electron energy T completely absorbed in thick target is given by Bethe and Heitler 
In half-duplex networks, the node transmitting must make sure that the network is quiet prior to transmitting, and in addition there is usually some mechanism for transmitting nodes to detect overlapping transmissions. 10BASE5 coaxial cable is the transmission technology used in the classic Ethernet protocol which was a stiff enough cable which was hard to install in buildings etc. as it was hard to bend. As it was hard to install along with other issues, 10BASE2 cable was made which was a skinnier coaxial cable which had obvious improvements in terms of installation. 4.
10.3.3 The Influence of etching parameter on Etch Factor: In order to obtain the effect of etching parameter on etching performance for each different level, the average response of each fixed parameter & level for each etching performance are summed up. Table no. 10.8 shows the total average response & the level of three parameter on Etch factor . The result shows that the optimum etching performance for the Etch factor is obtain at temp. of 600c, Conc.