Andre Bardow, Wolfgang Marquardt:
Identification methods for reaction kinetics and transport
In: C.A. Floudas, P.M. Pardalos (Eds.): Encyclopedia of optimization, 2nd ed., Springer, 2009, 1549-1556
Kinetic phenomena drive the mascrocopic behavior of biological, chemical and physical systems. The lack of mechanistic understanding of these kinetic phenomena ist still the major bottleneck for a more widespread application of model-basedtechnic in process design, optimization, and control. In recent years kinetic phenomena have become of increasing importance given the rapidly developing capabilities for the numerical treatment of more complex models on the one hand treatment of more complex models on the one hand and the need for predictive models on the other.