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Global Controllability of Chemical Reactions

Drexler, Dániel András; Tóth, János;
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  • Published: 13 Aug 2015
Abstract
Controllability of chemical reactions is an important problem in chemical engineering science. In control theory, analysis of the controllability of linear systems is well-founded, however the dynamics of chemical reactions is usually nonlinear. Global controllability properties of chemical reactions are analyzed here based on the Lie-algebra of the vector fields associated to elementary reactions. A chemical reaction is controllable almost everywhere if all the reaction rate coefficients can be used as control inputs. The problem where one can not control all the reaction rate coefficients is also analyzed. The reaction steps whose reaction rate coefficients ne...
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arXiv: Nuclear Experiment
free text keywords: Mathematics - Optimization and Control, 93B05
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