Abstract

With the advent of computers, it’s become increasingly possible to find mathematical solutions to “real world” problems. What’s more, not only can these mathematical solutions help scientists and engineers design systems for experimentation or other uses, they can also help you simulate existing systems. Clearly, the ability to accurately create such models has changed the face of research and allows you to explore regions and situations that you otherwise might not have been able to. Mathematical models can also help you develop more accurate theoretical bases for experimentally derived results. Finally, such models are often great predictive tools that allow scientists and engineers to forecast the outcomes of certain events.

Keywords

Methane Carboxyl Compressibility 

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© Christopher Frenz 2002

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  • Christopher Frenz

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