Combustion in an ideal-mixing reactor containing an inert internal body
Possible operation regimes of an ideal-mixing reactor with an inert filler are examined. Six regions of various possible regimes of operation of the reactor are identified in the parametric space, including regions of non-uniqueness. Numerical integration of the initial problem confirmed the results of analytical treatment.
Keywordsideal-mixing reactor heat transfer exothermic chemical reaction stable and unstable steady states of the system
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