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Circulation Time Distribution over reactor height with uncertainty.
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Dimensionless mixing time n*t vs. stirrer Reynolds number
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This function calculates circulation time and related statistics based on provided data. It iterates through each LSP's height data to determine circulation time per plane. It then calculates weighted averages and errors for both individual planes and overall circulation time.
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This function helps clearing selected variables from the workspace and is utilized in the code. Version: 16.09.2009, (c) Roland Pfister
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The function calculates the edges of compartments in a system based on the provided circulation and residence time data. It utilizes the ischange function to detect changes in the data indicating compartment boundaries. The function handles data preprocessing, smoothing, and chan...
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This function calculates the normalized sum-product average of the PDF over height, its associated error, and provides data for creating a shaded area in a plot to represent the uncertainty in the PDF over height. The function first normalizes the height data and bin spaces, and...
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The f_PDF_v_ax function calculates the probability density function (PDF) for the axial velocity distribution with a weighted average. Here's a detailed overall description of the function: The function takes a matrix dh_dt as input, where each column represents axial velocity da...
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This function navigates directory structures to read raw data and metadata from XML files, processes the data for different reactor speeds (RPM), and provides raw and smoothed interpolated data arrays for further analysis. For this purpose it utilizes two local functions.
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