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Distributed parameter systems (DPSs) are distinguished by the fact that the states, controls, and outputs may depend on spatial position. The certain class of dissipative DPSs includes many underlying chemical and mechanical spatiotemporal phenomena such as chemical reactions, convection and...
Catalytic reactors have widespread applications in chemical and petrochemical industries. The most well known type of catalytic reactors are fixed-bed or packed-bed reactors where the reaction takes place on the surface of the catalyst. One of the most important phenomena that takes place in a...
There are varieties of time-varying processes in chemical engineering industrial applications. These processes are abundant among lumped and distributed parameter systems and in batch systems they involve time-dependent change of parameters and/or geometry within lumped and/or distributed...
The dynamics of many chemical and mechanical processes are influenced by both temporal and spatial factors and these processes are called distributed parameter systems (DPS). Moreover, their mathematical models are given by partial differential equations (PDE) and they belong to...