Numerical determination of the sorption isotherm for nonisothermal sorption
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Two mathematical models of sorption dynamics are considered, one allowing for external diffusion kinetics and the other for internal diffusion kinetics with heat balance. Two inverse problems are investigated for these models and numerical solutions are proposed. The efficiency of the numerical methods is studied in a computer experiment.
KeywordsInverse Problem Gradient Method Sorption Isotherm Heat Balance Kinetic Coefficient
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