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Re: using a stochastic matrix to simulate weather conditions

by rizzo (Deacon)
on Apr 23, 2020 at 22:19 UTC ( #11115990=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to using a stochastic matrix to simulate weather conditions

Hi Aldebaran,

a far less sophisticated and elegant, but probably more reliable approach could be the use of the water cooling system for disinfection, given it can be accessed more or less easily. The temperature is not only predictable, it is measurable and will be around 90C at normal operation.
As I've learned lately, 70C for 30 minutes "kills" covid19 reliably. So if the outer parts of the water cooling system are above that, it could probably work.

Drawback:
  • presumably tortous to implement
  • no Perl ;-)
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