Jan 22, 2014 Thread starter #1 C ChemEng New member Jan 22, 2014 1 I'm trying to solve this equation analytically, but I can't even find the auxiliary equation or general solution! Km = 0.5 C*e = 0 K2 = 0.03 K1 = 0.05 x* = 49

I'm trying to solve this equation analytically, but I can't even find the auxiliary equation or general solution! Km = 0.5 C*e = 0 K2 = 0.03 K1 = 0.05 x* = 49

Jan 22, 2014 Admin #2 Ackbach Indicium Physicus Staff member Jan 26, 2012 4,191 What is $\tau$ and what is $\zeta$? If they do not depend on $t$, then this equation is fairly straight-forward (just assume $C_{m}=e^{kt}$, plug in, and solve for $k$, followed by finding a particular solution of the form $C_{m}=A$.)

What is $\tau$ and what is $\zeta$? If they do not depend on $t$, then this equation is fairly straight-forward (just assume $C_{m}=e^{kt}$, plug in, and solve for $k$, followed by finding a particular solution of the form $C_{m}=A$.)

Jan 22, 2014 #3 P Prove It Well-known member MHB Math Helper Jan 26, 2012 1,403 I'd also advise substituting the values for your parameters, the equation will be much easier to read at least...

I'd also advise substituting the values for your parameters, the equation will be much easier to read at least...