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On washing, detergents and washing machines: E. Smulders Laundry Detergents, Wiley VCH 2002. Appendix 4-1 Detergent Requirements6 In this file we estimate the amount of detergent required for a single wash in a washing machine. Starting point is the structure of textile in Figure 4-7. The solid part ‘4’ of the textile consists of fibres with a diameter of ten micrometres: d4 := 10 · 10−6 · m m4 := 5 · kg The mass of textile for a full wash is: If we consider than to be cylinders, they have a surface area ρ4 := 1400 · kg · m−3 m4 V4 := ρ4 4 A4 := V4 · d4 The diameter of the surfactant ‘5’ is (Figure 1-5 in ‘Colloids’).

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A. Wesselingh, Lesson 5: Find Needs Figure 5-2 A twenty-year old Attica window However, you may expect other comments from your customers, and must try to take these into account. The window consists of two layers of glass, separated by a layer of stagnant argon (Figure 5-3). The glass layers are separated by an aluminium strip and glued to this strip by a polymer sealant. To improve the product, you will have to know your customers and what they need. When you have found the needs, they have to be translated into the product, via product specifications.

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