A method for the analysis of combustion processes in continuous stirred tank reactors is described. The method, based on the results of the bifurcation theory, appears to be efficient and fast and allows the ignition diagram in the plane temperature–pressure to be
Both tools use PCM and step size control algorithms for equilibrium branch computation and provide locators for the detection of limit points (LP) and …
Cite this paper as: Balakotaiah V., Khinast J. (2000) Numerical Bifurcation Techniques for Chemical Reactor Problems. In: Doedel E., Tuckerman L.S. (eds) Numerical Methods for Bifurcation Problems and Large-Scale Dynamical Systems. The IMA Volumes in ...
chemical kinetics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, mass transfer, and economics. Chemical reaction engineering is the synthesis of all these factors with the aim of properly designing a chemical reactor. To find what a reactor is able to do we need to know the
Reactor Design Since all chemical processes are centered around the chemical reactor, a most important factor in determining the over-al1 process economy is the reactor design . (moles/l.sec) 1.1.2 In this equation the proportionality constant A is termed the
A code has been developed which will automatically locate and analyze points of Hopf bifurcation in autonomous ordinary differential systems. The code first locates critical value(s) v"c of a user-... Home Browse by Title Periodicals Applied Mathematics and Computation Vol. 9, No. 2 Numerical Hopf bifurcation analysis in nonlinear ordinary and partial differential systems …
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Bifurcation Analysis of Continuous Biochemical Reactor Models Yongchun Zhang and Michael A. Henson* Department of Chemical Engineering, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-7303 The validity of a biochemical reactor model often is
· Objective The International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering covers the broad fields of theoretical and applied reactor engineering. The IJCRE covers topics drawn from the substantial areas of overlap between catalysis, reaction and reactor engineering. The journal is presently edited by Hugo de Lasa and Charles Xu, counting with an impressive list of …
· Bifurcations in chemical reactors via feedback system theory 1873 w frequency x state variables [see eqs (13), (22) and (30)] Greek letters O measure of amplitude of oscillations eigenvalues of GJ p main bifurcation parameter vector obtained using a second
reactor, the net rate of formation for a given species has to be estimated. Consider I- elementary reversible (or irreversible) chemical reactions [2] involving K chemical species that can be represented in the following general form K Ʀ i kƦ k 1 k 1 '' "= ∑γ χ γ χ ⇔ ∑
Perhaps the simplest chemical engineering model of a chemical reaction is the CSTR — the continuous flow stirred tank chemical reactor. In the CSTR we imagine that a reactant flows into a vessel and undergoes a single heat producing reaction to form inert products. The concentration of the reactant inside the vessel is denoted by
(1995). Bifurcation Behavior of Premixed Hydrogen/Air Mixtures in a Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor. Combustion Science and Technology: Vol. 109, No. 1-6, pp. 347-371.
Bifurcation analysis of chemical reaction mechanisms. II. Hopf bifurcation analysis Robert J. Olsen Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Armj High Performance Computing Research Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455-0132
Several decades ago, bifurcation analysis was applied to chemical processes. In the 70''s, Aris (1979) applied bifurcation theory to discuss some complex phenomena in chemical reactors andChang and ...
· Two chemical-reaction systems can form sustained stationary patterns (Turing patterns) in solution as the result of the movement of a diffusible species and the formation of negative feedback loops—the chlorite-iodide–malonic acid reaction and the ferrocyanide-iodate-sulfite reaction. Horváth et al. (p. 772) set out to find other examples ...
This paper presents a mathematical strategy for exploring the dynamical behavior of chemical reactors. Our intent is to stimulate further development of the mathematics with which we approach these problems as well as to illustrate how it can be usefully applied to models of chemical reactors. In the process of accomplishing this task, we extend and correct …
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· DOI: 10.1063/1.465049 Corpus ID: 15089923 Bifurcation analysis of chemical reaction mechanisms. II. Hopf bifurcation analysis @article{Olsen1993BifurcationAO, title={Bifurcation analysis of chemical reaction mechanisms. …
2.5 Multiplicity, Bifurcation Theory and Stability 12 3 MODEL DEVELOPMENT FOR A VINYL ACETATE REACTOR 18 3.1 Generalized Dynamic Model for a Fixed Bed Reactor 20 3.2 Steady State Vinyl Acetate Reactor Model 24 ...
· The steady states of the dynamical Endex CSTR problem are analysed in terms of degenerate bifurcation (singularity) theory. Steady–state analysis is used in two ways: (1) as a device to assist in understanding and predicting complex dynamical behaviour; and (2) as a practical design and operational tool, by applying the concept of quasi–static parameter variation.
The Chemical Reaction Engineering Module is tailor-made for the modeling of chemical systems primarily affected by chemical composition, reaction kinetics, fluid flow, and temperature as functions of space, time, and each other. It has a number of
M.I. Nelson . Bifurcation phenomena for an oxidation reaction in a continuously stirred tank reactor. III The inhibiting effect of an inert species . The ANZIAM Journal, 46 (3), 399-416, March 2005 . H.S. Sidhu and M.I. Nelson . Behaviour of an elementary oxidation reaction in a semi-batch reactor . Chemical Engineering Journal, 110 (1-3), 31 ...
The Batch Reactor Since the batch reactor has no ow streams Equation 6.5 reduces to d dt (U + K + ) = Q_ + W _s + W _ b (6.6) In chemical reactors, we normally assume the internal energyis the dominant contribution and neglect the kinetic and potential
· DOI: 10.1063/1.465049 Corpus ID: 15089923 Bifurcation analysis of chemical reaction mechanisms. II. Hopf bifurcation analysis @article{Olsen1993BifurcationAO, title={Bifurcation analysis of chemical reaction mechanisms. This …
· Département de Génie Chimique, C.P. 6079, Polytechnique Montréal, Montréal H3C 3A7, Canada Canada Research Chair in Intensified Mechanochemical Processes for Sustainable Biomass Conversion, Department of Chemical Engineering, Polytechnique Montréal, C.P. 6079, Succ. CV, H3C 3A7 Montréal ...
· A ubiquitous tool in mathematical biology and chemical engineering, the chemostat often produces instabilities that pose safety hazards and adversely affect the optimization of bioreactive systems. Singularity theory and bifurcation diagrams together offer a useful framework for addressing these issues. Based on the authors'' extensive work in this field, …
Thermal stabilization of chemical reactors II. Bifurcation analysis of the Endex CSTR BY R. BALLlt AND B. F. GRAY2: 1School of Chemistry, Macquarie University, NSW 2109, Australia 2School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sydney, NSW 2006
18.10.11 I am only updating the published papers section of this web-page. I don''t have time to update the content! Chemical Reactor Engineering (2001-present) Work in this area is concentrating on the following areas Membrane reactors (2001-present) [on another page] ...
In this work we review the local bifurcation techniques for analyzing and classifying the steady-state and dynamic behavior of chemical reactor models described by partial differential equations (PDEs). First, we summarize the formulas for determining the derivatives of the branching equation and the coefficients in the amplitude equations for the most common …
3.2.1 Introduction. Chemical reactors vary widely in shape and in the mode of operation. Consequently, there are various ways of classifying them. The first classification is based on the number of the involved reacting phases —. homogeneous reactors, where one phase such as liquid or gas exists in the reactor.
· This corresponds to a situation where there are no cells left in the reactor, a phenomena called wash out. The nontrivial solution is obtained if and . This Demonstration finds the nontrivial steady states and shows the bifurcation diagram (versus the bifurcation). .
Stenstrom, M.K. & Rosso, D. (2003) Fundamentals of Chemical Reactor Theory 3 Fig. 1.Batch reactor Given its volume V, and the initial internal concentration c0, the total mass will be M = V·c0 the unit time, the concentration will be able to change only in
· Correspondence with Gerhard Dangelmayr was very useful in the analysis reported in section 4. Finally, Geoffrey Ludford suggested that I undertake writing a paper about the applications of bifurcation theory to chemical reactor problems. Note added in proof. M.
ABSTRACT Bifurcations in Huang''s chaotic chemical reactor system leading from simple dynamics into chaotic regimes are considered. Following the linear stability analysis, the periodic orbit resulting from a Hopf bifurcation of any of the six xed points is
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