Abstract

The study guide provides mathematical problems and tasks, frequently found in the practical activities of a chemist-technologist, theoretical background and physical and chemical foundations for them. For solving above problems numerical methods, basic formulas and explanations to them are presented. Some problems and tasks are offered with detailed solutions. A large number of problems and tasks are taken as examples to consider methods of chemical reactors practical calculation. The appendices contain topics for preparing term papers and examples of their performing in the discipline «Mathematical modeling of chemical-technological processes».
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The study guide contains 8 sections:
 
Section 1 provides calculations of the stoichiometric coefficients of chemical reactions; different technological parameters; material balance.
Section 2 shows the methods for determining the degree of conversion depending on technological indicators.
In Section 3, the definition of the unknown variables in systems of linear equations is demonstrated
Section 4 shows how to use the Least-Squares Method in calculating kinetic equations.
Section 5 describes how to solve chemical technology problems using numerical differentiation and integration methods.
In section 6, the results of solving differential equations systems, determining the reaction time, the degree of conversion, and changing the concentrations of components are demonstrated.
Section 7 shows the definition of optimal technological parameters.
Section 8 provides calculation examples for course work.
 
The study guide is intended for students of chemical specialties.