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Consider a single CSTR (continuous stirred-tank reactor) with a residence time equal to three hours. A square pulse input of width ... is defined by ... , if ... and ... if ... , where ... is the Dirac delta function and ... is the unit step function. This Demonstration plots both the CSTR's residence time distribution (RTD) curve and the square pulse input for user-set values of the width parameter ... . If ... , one recovers the usual RTD for an impulse input.

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