Case Studies
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Case Study: Pharmacokinetics
The content for this example was provided by Professor Prasad Dhurjati of the University of Delaware. It is used there in the class Applied Mathematics for Chemical Engineers (MATH 305). Professor Dhurjati uses this as the semester laboratory project.
Case Study: Random Numbers and Simulation
To develop an understanding of the set of possible outcomes for a particular scenario, we can set up and observe the actual events of interest or we can use a computer to model or simulate the events. Simulation has several advantages.
Case Study: Selection
Math models created for product selection or sizing frequently require the creation of families of performance functions.
Case Study: Simplifying
Case Study: Summary Tables
The TK Solver variable sheet provides a concise summary of the inputs and outputs of a mathematical model. However, if several different scenarios are run, the variable sheet can only store one at a time.
Case Study: Table Solutions in Excel
TK Solver’s versatile List Solver lets you generate tables and plots of variables within systems of equations.
Case Study: Time Step Problem
This example is taken from an excellent book by Johannes Gessler of Colorado State University, TK Solver -- A Tutorial, published by McGraw-Hill.
Case Study: TK Many Solvers In One

TK Solver is a “Tool Kit” full of many solvers.

Direct Solver
Iterative Solver
Procedure Processor
Differential Equations Integrator
List Solver
Optimizer
TK Library of Root-Finders
Excel Tool Kit
Case Study: Uncertainty
Uncertainty analysis is a technique for determining an estimate for the interval about a reported result within which the true result is expected to lie with a certain degree of confidence.
Case Study: Uncertainty Analysis
Uncertainty analysis is a technique for determining an estimate for the interval about a reported result within which the true result is expected to lie with a certain degree of confidence.
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