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  • THE BIFURCATION BEHAVIOR OF AN AUTOTHERMAL PACKED-BED TUBULAR REACTOR 

    Adomaitis, R. A.; Cinar, A. (PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 1988)
    The analysis of a chemical reactor by numerical bifurcation techniques can completely define the multiplicity and stability of its equilibrium states and can give insights into the reactor's parametric sensitivity and ...
  • NUMERICAL SINGULARITY ANALYSIS 

    Adomaitis, R. A.; Cinar, A. (PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 1991)
    A numerical scheme is presented for classifying the different static bifurcation behaviors exhibited by a nonlinear system in its remaining parameter space. This numerical technique differs from previously published schemes ...
  • A NUMERICAL-METHOD FOR DETERMINING OPTIMAL PARAMETER VALUES IN FORCED PERIODIC OPERATION 

    Ozgulsen, F.; Adomaitis, R. A.; Cinar, A. (PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 1992-02)
    A numerical approach for determining values of forcing parameters which maximize performance of a periodically forced system is described. Periodic solutions of the system equations plus a differential form of the time-average ...
  • STABILITY OF TUBULAR AND AUTOTHERMAL PACKED-BED REACTORS USING PHASE PLANE ANALYSIS 

    Chylla, R. W.; Adomaitis, R. A.; Cinar, A. (AMER CHEMICAL SOC, 1987-07)
    The regions of stability and parametric sensitivity of countercurrent reactor/heat exchangers are determined explicitly in the plane of inlet feed temperature-inlet coolant temperature. The concept of phase plane analysis ...