MapleNet Application: New Applications
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C64K366 "Keyless" File Encryption
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<p>This maplet application fulfilling the role of the secret key uses base 64 encoding scheme non-linear transformations for encrypting or decrypting e-mailed files. The encrypted files with extension ".e64" contain only 64 characters belonging to the set of base 64 encoding scheme alphabet and 23 characters "()<>[]{}|-*^_!?@#$%&,:;". The application uses original encryption tool named C64K366. The number following the letter "C" means that any encrypted file contains only 64 characters with ASCII decimals belonging to the set {33, 35 .. 38, 40 .. 45, 47 .. 60, 62 .. 91, 93 .. 95, 97 .. 125}. K366 means that the secret key length equals to 366 bits. For proper functioning of the application, the c64k366.maplet must be saved in a location with no spaces in the path name. </p><img src="/applications/images/app_image_blank_lg.jpg" alt="C64K366 "Keyless" File Encryption" align="left"/><p>This maplet application fulfilling the role of the secret key uses base 64 encoding scheme non-linear transformations for encrypting or decrypting e-mailed files. The encrypted files with extension ".e64" contain only 64 characters belonging to the set of base 64 encoding scheme alphabet and 23 characters "()<>[]{}|-*^_!?@#$%&,:;". The application uses original encryption tool named C64K366. The number following the letter "C" means that any encrypted file contains only 64 characters with ASCII decimals belonging to the set {33, 35 .. 38, 40 .. 45, 47 .. 60, 62 .. 91, 93 .. 95, 97 .. 125}. K366 means that the secret key length equals to 366 bits. For proper functioning of the application, the c64k366.maplet must be saved in a location with no spaces in the path name. </p>147752Mon, 27 May 2013 04:00:00 ZCzeslaw KoscielnyCzeslaw KoscielnyFlow Between Two Tanks Assisted by a Pump
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A pump transfers from one tank to another, with check valves placed on either side of the pump and each tank is open to the atmosphere. This worksheet calculates the flowrate in the pipe by solving the Bernoulli equation for the system, taking into account the head added by the pump, and the head loss due to pipe friction and fittings. Friction factors are calculated using the standard equation for friction in laminar flow, or the Colebrook-White equation for friction in turbulent flow. A number of physical parameters can be specified, including the pipe roughness and the head loss coefficients for the valves.<img src="/view.aspx?si=1750/thumb.gif" alt="Flow Between Two Tanks Assisted by a Pump" align="left"/>A pump transfers from one tank to another, with check valves placed on either side of the pump and each tank is open to the atmosphere. This worksheet calculates the flowrate in the pipe by solving the Bernoulli equation for the system, taking into account the head added by the pump, and the head loss due to pipe friction and fittings. Friction factors are calculated using the standard equation for friction in laminar flow, or the Colebrook-White equation for friction in turbulent flow. A number of physical parameters can be specified, including the pipe roughness and the head loss coefficients for the valves.1750Tue, 13 Jun 2006 00:00:00 ZDr. Samir KhanDr. Samir KhanFinite Discrete Signal Manipulation Tutorial
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The application is a tutorial created using Maple 10 component. The tutorial is to be use by students and lecturers in Signals and Systems course usually offered by electrical engineering faculty.<img src="/view.aspx?si=1748/signalMan.JPG" alt="Finite Discrete Signal Manipulation Tutorial" align="left"/>The application is a tutorial created using Maple 10 component. The tutorial is to be use by students and lecturers in Signals and Systems course usually offered by electrical engineering faculty.1748Tue, 30 May 2006 00:00:00 ZRahidzab TalibRahidzab TalibA Double Pendulum Model using DynaFlexPro and Maple
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This model is an extension of the Simple Pendulum exercise in the DynaFlexPro manual (see Related Link above). It was a simple task to add another pendulum at the end of the first pendulum, and then generate a simulation using DynaFlexPro and Maple. You can see the DynaFlexPro model by following the related link above(note requires Java Runtime Engine, V1.5.0_04).
Try creating animations for different pendulum lengths and damping coefficients in the MapleNet application above.<img src="/view.aspx?si=1682/dblpendulum.JPG" alt="A Double Pendulum Model using DynaFlexPro and Maple" align="left"/>This model is an extension of the Simple Pendulum exercise in the DynaFlexPro manual (see Related Link above). It was a simple task to add another pendulum at the end of the first pendulum, and then generate a simulation using DynaFlexPro and Maple. You can see the DynaFlexPro model by following the related link above(note requires Java Runtime Engine, V1.5.0_04).
Try creating animations for different pendulum lengths and damping coefficients in the MapleNet application above.1682Tue, 08 Nov 2005 00:00:00 ZMaplesoftMaplesoftSpecial Functions
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<p>Maple incorporates a database with the properties of over 200 special functions, including the Hypergeometric, Bessel, Mathieu, Heun and Legendre families of functions. Select a special function from the list provided, and specify your exploration details. MapleNet will access Maple's library of Special Functions and display it.</p><img src="/view.aspx?si=1684/Special Functions.JPG" alt="Special Functions" align="left"/><p>Maple incorporates a database with the properties of over 200 special functions, including the Hypergeometric, Bessel, Mathieu, Heun and Legendre families of functions. Select a special function from the list provided, and specify your exploration details. MapleNet will access Maple's library of Special Functions and display it.</p>1684Mon, 07 Nov 2005 05:00:00 ZMaplesoftMaplesoftIntegrals with MapleNet
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<p>This application allows you to enter any function to be integrated. Simply enter any expression and MapleNet will calculate the integral and optionally display a plot. See the MapleNet application via the link above.</p><img src="/view.aspx?si=1683/Integral solver.JPG" alt="Integrals with MapleNet" align="left"/><p>This application allows you to enter any function to be integrated. Simply enter any expression and MapleNet will calculate the integral and optionally display a plot. See the MapleNet application via the link above.</p>1683Mon, 07 Nov 2005 05:00:00 ZMaplesoftMaplesoft3D Animation with Maple
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<p>This application allows you to enter any function to be plotted and animated. Simply fill out the specified fields and click on the update plot button. MapleNet will then return an animated plot of the expression.</p><img src="/view.aspx?si=1686/3DAnimation.JPG" alt="3D Animation with Maple" align="left"/><p>This application allows you to enter any function to be plotted and animated. Simply fill out the specified fields and click on the update plot button. MapleNet will then return an animated plot of the expression.</p>1686Mon, 07 Nov 2005 05:00:00 ZMaplesoftMaplesoftAlkylation Process Model
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In this example, we describe a model for the optimization of a typical process operation in the petrochemical industry. Our objective is to determine the optimal set of operating conditions for an alkylation process that combines olefin with isobutane, in the presence of a catalyst, to form alkylate.
Many chemical processes are characterized by nonlinear equilibrium (material and energy balance) constraints. In addition, the processes are typically constrained by restrictions on the operating ranges of the decision variables such as amounts and rates of the components used, temperature, pressure, and so on.
This worksheet requires that the Global Optimization Toolbox has been added to Maple.<img src="/view.aspx?si=1675/alkyl.JPG" alt="Alkylation Process Model" align="left"/>In this example, we describe a model for the optimization of a typical process operation in the petrochemical industry. Our objective is to determine the optimal set of operating conditions for an alkylation process that combines olefin with isobutane, in the presence of a catalyst, to form alkylate.
Many chemical processes are characterized by nonlinear equilibrium (material and energy balance) constraints. In addition, the processes are typically constrained by restrictions on the operating ranges of the decision variables such as amounts and rates of the components used, temperature, pressure, and so on.
This worksheet requires that the Global Optimization Toolbox has been added to Maple.1675Tue, 11 Oct 2005 00:00:00 ZDr. Janos PinterDr. Janos PinterChemical Equilibrium Model
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Modeling chemical equilibrium of target compounds is of interest when controlling the pH, alkalinity or corrosivity of drinking water.
As part of this approach, one must determine the contribution rates of various components to mixtures which have given (known or prescribed) chemical characteristics.
In the example presented, we want to determine the concentrations of several components of phosphoric acid such that the resulting pH value is equal to 8, and the total phosphate concentration is 0.1 mols.
This worksheet requires that the Global Optimization Toolbox has been added to Maple.<img src="/view.aspx?si=1674/eqm.JPG" alt="Chemical Equilibrium Model" align="left"/>Modeling chemical equilibrium of target compounds is of interest when controlling the pH, alkalinity or corrosivity of drinking water.
As part of this approach, one must determine the contribution rates of various components to mixtures which have given (known or prescribed) chemical characteristics.
In the example presented, we want to determine the concentrations of several components of phosphoric acid such that the resulting pH value is equal to 8, and the total phosphate concentration is 0.1 mols.
This worksheet requires that the Global Optimization Toolbox has been added to Maple.1674Tue, 11 Oct 2005 00:00:00 ZDr. Janos PinterDr. Janos PinterMapleNet 10
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In this Tips and Techniques, you will learn how to make an interactive application that can be run in a standard web browser. A worksheet can be published simply by saving it in a directory on your MapleNet 10 web server. We will explore what is different between using Maple on the desktop and using MapleNet in a web browser. Publishing worksheets with MapleNet 10 is probably the easiest method of creating technical web content, but it isn't the only one. This document will also talk about when it is appropriate to use Maplets, Java Applets, and Java Server Pages (.jsp) for authoring content.<img src="/view.aspx?si=1643/thumb.jpg" alt="MapleNet 10" align="left"/>In this Tips and Techniques, you will learn how to make an interactive application that can be run in a standard web browser. A worksheet can be published simply by saving it in a directory on your MapleNet 10 web server. We will explore what is different between using Maple on the desktop and using MapleNet in a web browser. Publishing worksheets with MapleNet 10 is probably the easiest method of creating technical web content, but it isn't the only one. This document will also talk about when it is appropriate to use Maplets, Java Applets, and Java Server Pages (.jsp) for authoring content.1643Wed, 27 Jul 2005 00:00:00 ZMaplesoftMaplesoftSignal Generation
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This example demonstrates how to efficiently generate signals. Using the embedded GUI components you can generate a signal composed of fundamental frequency and the first three harmonics. You can also investigate different ways to invoke the signal generation function and compare the execution time. The procedure can be invoked either through the evalhf() function or by compiling the function and invoking the compiled version.<img src="/view.aspx?si=1461/SignalGeneration_2.gif" alt="Signal Generation" align="left"/>This example demonstrates how to efficiently generate signals. Using the embedded GUI components you can generate a signal composed of fundamental frequency and the first three harmonics. You can also investigate different ways to invoke the signal generation function and compare the execution time. The procedure can be invoked either through the evalhf() function or by compiling the function and invoking the compiled version.1461Mon, 16 May 2005 09:47:30 ZMaplesoftMaplesoftHeating an Oil Stream Through Three Steam-Heated Tanks
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Cold oil is being heated by steam through a series of three tanks connected in series. The transient change in temperature is modeled by three coupled ordinary differential equations.<img src="/view.aspx?si=1400/1405.jpg" alt="Heating an Oil Stream Through Three Steam-Heated Tanks" align="left"/>Cold oil is being heated by steam through a series of three tanks connected in series. The transient change in temperature is modeled by three coupled ordinary differential equations.1400Mon, 01 Nov 2004 00:00:00 ZMaplesoftMaplesoft