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##### 9-002-GroundWaterFlow-ModelingScenario
The goals of this project are to compare a conceptual one-dimensional groundwater flow model to observations made in a laboratory setting, and to discuss the differences.
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##### 2017-Bruce_Emerson-Wonderful World of Differential Equations
This is a terrific set of noted with models and applications woven into the material at every opportunity and data as well. This is introductory differential equations with attention to detail and motivation.
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##### 2017-Andras_Domokos-Differential Equations - Theory and Applications â€“ Notes
This is a terrific set of notes with models and applications woven into the material at every opportunity and data as well. This is introductory differential equations with attention to detail and motivation.
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##### 2015-Goodnow-EtAl-Mathematical Models of Water Clocks
This is a historical tour of water clocks, known as clepsydra a Greek word meaning water thief. These devices were for telling time.
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##### 1-144-HeatCool-ModelingScenario
We offer an opportunity to build a mathematical model using Newton's Law of Cooling for a closed plastic baggie of liquid inside a liquid container.
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##### 2018-Chris McCarthy-Newtons Law of Cooling
You have hot water (initial temperature ) in a container, say a cup or glass. The temperature in the room is cooler, say a constant degrees Celsius. Come up with a differential equation that models the water's temperature.
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##### 1-058-WaterClocks-ModelingScenario
We apply Torricelli's Law to the task of building a water clock in which the height of the water in a container falls at a constant rate when the container has a hole in the bottom to let the water flow out.
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##### 1-064-TorricelliBox-ModelingScenario
The time it takes a column of water to empty and the time it takes the same volume of column of water with a box (various sizes) submerged in the column of water are compared through modeling with Torricelli's Law.
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##### 1-079-HomeHeating-ModelingScenario
This project concerns using Newton's Law of Cooling to model the heating of a house. In particular, if one is going away for awhile, is it more economical to leave a house at a desired temperature or reheat it upon return?
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##### 1992-Jude_Sommerfeld-More Applied Math Problems on Vessel Draining
From a chemical engineering point of view emptying processing and storage tanks is important and this article considers many issues and shapes of containers. The main interest is in the total time it takes to empty the tank for a collection of...
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##### 2017-Zhang-Wang-Study on public opinion propagation in self media age based on time delay differential model
We establish the Logistic equation, introduce the operator time delay differential equation, and finally establish the improved delay differential equation, which can describe the propagation trend of network news from the self media.
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##### 1-074-BottleWaterFlow-ModelingScenario
We offer an experiment in which data is collected to ascertain a parameter in the differential equation formulation of Torricelli's Law for water flow.
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##### 1-015-Torricelli-ModelingScenario
We help students develop a model (Torricelli's Law) for the height of a falling column of water with a small hole in the container at the bottom of the column of water through which water exits the column.
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##### 2012-Lensyl-Urbano-The Draining of a Plastic Bottle-Integrating a Physics Experiment into Calculus
I punched a small hole (about 1mm radius) in a one gallon plastic bottle and had my students measure the rate at which water drained.
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