New solution of stiff problems by automatic transformation of the structural model

K. Varga, B. Csukás

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Abstract

Structure-based modelling is an alternative knowledge representation technique, where the problem is formulated as the structure of connected but autonomous elements instead of a mathematical construction (e.g. differential equation). Taking the opportunity that the structural elements can directly be accessed, a new method for the solution of large scale stiff problems is presented. The example is the oxidativc coupling of methane in gas phase with a kinetic model of 164 elementary reactions and 27 components. The method is based on a runtime model reduction carried out simultaneously with the dynamic simulation considering the actual rate of reactions and the actual concentrations of components. Coarse and fine, as well as irreversible and reversible transformation strategies are introduced and compared.

Original languageEnglish
JournalComputers and Chemical Engineering
Volume20
Issue numberSUPPL.1
Publication statusPublished - 1996

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Methane
Knowledge representation
Differential equations
Gases
Kinetics
Computer simulation

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  • Control and Systems Engineering

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