Tubular chemical reactor theory to an arrangement of algebraic equations

Authors

  • Ahmet Abdülhamit Metu Middle East Technical University, Çankaya/Ankara, Turkey

Keywords:

Arrangement of algebraic, Tubular chemical, Exothermic chemical, Nonlinear equation

Abstract

An operational framework of coordination is inferred and is utilized to decrease the model for an adiabatic tubular Chemical Reactor Theory to an arrangement of algebraic equations. Simple execution, basic activities, and precise arrangements are the basic highlights of the proposed wavelets technique. The numerical outcomes gotten by the present technique have been contrasted and compared with other strategy results. This paper exhibits an ancient numerical strategy of comprehending mathematical model for an adiabatic tubular chemical reactor which forms an irreversible exothermic chemical reaction. For enduring state solution for an adiabatic rounded concoction reactor, the model can be diminished to a conventional differential equation with a parameter in the limit conditions which changed over into a system of nonlinear equation that can be tackled numerically utilizing Taylor wavelets technique (TWM).

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Published

2024-05-12

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Abdülhamit, A. (2024). Tubular chemical reactor theory to an arrangement of algebraic equations. Tennessee Research International of Social Sciences, 6(1), 1-12. Retrieved from http://triss.org/index.php/journal/article/view/20

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