Simplifying Chemical Kinetics : Intrinsic Low-Dimensional Manifolds in Composition Space

  title={Simplifying Chemical Kinetics : Intrinsic Low-Dimensional Manifolds in Composition Space},
  author={Ulrich Maas},
A general procedure for simplifying chemical kinetics is developed, based on the dynamical systems approach. In contrast to conventional reduced mechanisms no information is required concerning which reactions are to be assumed to be in partial equilibrium nor which species are assumed to be in steady state. The only "inputs" to the procedure are the detailed kinetics mechanism and the number of degrees of freedom required in the simplified scheme. (Four degrees of freedom corresponds to a four… CONTINUE READING
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