{"DOI":"10.26434/chemrxiv.7284932.v1","abstract":"No numerical data. <p><b><br>\n</b>Dynamic model reduction techniques based on the\ndecomposition of the stoichiometric matrix to find the chemical invariant, break\ndown if axial diffusion is present in a tubular reactor.</p>\n\n<p>Straightforward discretization of the partial\ndifferential operator does indeed show that the resulting discrete dynamic\nmodel cannot generally be partioned to obtain the reaction variant vector and\nthe reaction invariant (asymptotic) vector. However, the paper demonstrate\nthat, if the diffusional tubular reactor is discretely and approximatively represented\nby tanks-in-series, then matrix approaches to successfully find the chemical variant\nand invariant vectors of the resulting chemical process model is possible. </p>","author":[{"family":"Fjeld","given":"Magne"}],"id":"unknown","issued":{"date-parts":[[2018,11,2]]},"publisher":"American Chemical Society (ACS)","title":"Model Reduction in Large Chemical Systems- an Alternative Method Applying Discrete Approximation","type":"post"}