Global Controllability of Chemical Reactions

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Drexler, Dániel András; Tóth, János;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Optimization and Control | 93B05
    arxiv: Nuclear Experiment

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 p... View more
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