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Author: Massimo Morbidelli,Hua Wu,Arvind Varma
ISBN: 0521621712
Subcategory: Engineering
Pages 358 pages
Publisher Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (March 13, 1999)
Language English
Category: Engineering
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eBook Parametric Sensitivity in Chemical Systems (Cambridge Series in Chemical Engineering) download

by Massimo Morbidelli,Hua Wu,Arvind Varma


Chemical Engineering Journal, Vol. 82, Issue. Thus, it would be of great value to predict sensitivity behavior in chemical systems

Chemical Engineering Journal, Vol. 1-3, p. 189. CrossRef. The behavior of a chemical system is affected by many physicochemical parameters. The sensitivity of the system's behavior to changes in parameters is known as parametric sensitivity. Thus, it would be of great value to predict sensitivity behavior in chemical systems. This book is the first to provide a thorough treatment of the concept of parametric sensitivity and the mathematical tool it generated, sensitivity analysis. The emphasis is on applications to real situations.

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Current Engineering Practice Feb-Mar 2001. The sensitivity of the system to changes in parameters is known as parametric sensitivity. When a system operates in a parametrically sensitive region, its performance becomes unreliable and changes sharply with small variations in parameters.

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Miloš Marek Department of Chemical Engineering Institute of Chemical Technology Technická, 5 166 28 Prague 6, Czech Republic Tel. 420-2-2435-3104/+420-2-2431-0370; fa. +420-2-311-7335 E-mail address: marekt. In such cases the reactor is said to exhibit parametric sensitivity. It is shown analytically that this sensitivity may be predicted by analyzing the frequency response or transient response of the reactor approximated by a local linearization. This linearization requires complete solutions of the steady state problem.

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Parametric Sensitivity In Chemical Systems

Parametric Sensitivity In Chemical Systems. 3. Parametric Sensitivity in Chemical Systems (Paperback). Published by CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, United Kingdom (2005). ISBN 10: 0521019842 ISBN 13: 9780521019842.

small changes in one or more of the reactor input parameters lead to much larger changes in the output variables

small changes in one or more of the reactor input parameters lead to much larger changes in the output variables. Since such behaviour leads to deleterious performance, it is of practical interest to identify regions of parametric sensitivity in the reactor parameter space. Until recently, this could be done only to describe thermal runaway, and only for those systems where a temperature profile could be defined.

The behavior of a chemical system is affected by many physicochemical parameters. The sensitivity of the system's behavior to changes in parameters is known as parametric sensitivity. When a system operates in a parametrically sensitive region, its performance becomes unreliable and changes sharply with small variations in parameters. Thus, it is of great value to those who design and operate chemical systems to be able to analyze and predict their sensitivity behavior. This book is the first to provide a thorough treatment of the concept of parametric sensitivity and the mathematical tool it generated, sensitivity analysis. The emphasis is on applications to real situations. The book begins with definitions of various sensitivity indices and describes the numerical techniques most commonly used for their evaluation. Extensively illustrated chapters discuss sensitivity analysis in a variety of chemical reactors--batch, tubular, continuous-flow, fixed-bed--and in combustion systems, mechanistic studies, air pollution, and metabolic processes. Seniors and graduate students in various fields of science and engineering, researchers, and practicing engineers will welcome this valuable resource.