Models and simulations are widely being used for design, optimization, fault detection and diagnosis, and various other decision-making purposes. Increasingly, models are developed at different scales and levels, all the way from molecular level to the large-scale process systems scale.
Modelling of Chemical Process Systems gives readers a feel for the multiscale modelling. As models have been developed for various applications, a general systematic method for building model has emerged. This book starts with the history of modelling and its usefulness, describing modelling steps in detail. Examples have been chosen carefully from both conventional chemical process systems to contemporary systems, including fuel cell and bioprocesses. Modelling theories are complemented with case studies that explain step-by-step modelling methodologies. This book also introduces the application of machine learning techniques to model chemical process systems. This makes the book an indispensable reference for academics and professionals working in modelling and simulation.
- Includes case studies that explain step-by-step modelling methodologies
- Covers detailed multiscale modelling of chemical processes, providing examples from traditional and novel areas
- Provides modelling insight at micro and macro-scale levels, including machine learning techniques