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Dynamic Model Development: Methods, Theory and Applications

1st Edition, Volume 16 - August 4, 2003

Editor: S. Macchietto

Language: English
Hardback ISBN:
9 7 8 - 0 - 4 4 4 - 5 1 4 6 5 - 3
eBook ISBN:
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Detailed mathematical models are increasingly being used by companies to gain competitive advantage through such applications as model-based process design, control and op… Read more

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Detailed mathematical models are increasingly being used by companies to gain competitive advantage through such applications as model-based process design, control and optimization. Thus, building various types of high quality models for processing systems has become a key activity in Process Engineering. This activity involves the use of several methods and techniques including model solution techniques, nonlinear systems identification, model verification and validation, and optimal design of experiments just to name a few. In turn, several issues and open-ended problems arise within these methods, including, for instance, use of higher-order information in establishing parameter estimates, establishing metrics for model credibility, and extending experiment design to the dynamic situation.

The material covered in this book is aimed at allowing easier development and full use of detailed and high fidelity models. Potential applications of these techniques in all engineering disciplines are abundant, including applications in chemical kinetics and reaction mechanism elucidation, polymer reaction engineering, and physical properties estimation. On the academic side, the book will serve to generate research ideas.