Bifurcation analysis: a tool for determining model parameters of the considered process

  title={Bifurcation analysis: a tool for determining model parameters of the considered process},
  author={Stevan Ma{\'c}e{\vs}i{\'c} and Željko {\vC}upi{\'c} and Ana Ivanovi{\'c}-{\vS}a{\vs}i{\'c} and S. Anic and Mirjana B. Radenkovi{\'c} and Nata{\vs}a D. Peji{\'c} and Ljiljana Z. Kolar-Ani{\'c}},
  journal={Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis},
In this paper, we intend to show the importance of the bifurcation analysis in understanding of an oscillatory process. Hence, we use the bifurcation diagram of the Bray–Liebhafsky reaction performed in continuous well-stirred tank reactor under controlled temperature variations for the determination of the activation energies as well as rate constants of particular steps appearing in the kinetic model of oscillatory reaction mechanism. This approach has led us to the development of general… 
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