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Title: Numerical Analysis of Chemical Reactions by Monte Carlo Simulation
Other Titles: Числено изследване на химически реакции чрез Monte Carlo симулация
Authors: Dankov, Dobri
Roussinov, Vladimir
Velinova, Maria
Petrova, Jasmina
Keywords: Fluid Dynamics
Kinetic theory
Rarefied Gas
DSMC
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Union of Bulgarian Mathematicians
Citation: Union of Bulgarian Mathematicians, Vol. 40, No 1, (2011), 264p-269p
Abstract: This paper presents numerical results for chemical reaction simulation with Direct Simulation Monte Carlo method using two different reaction probability models. The order of differences in the temperatures and the concentrations are studied by these ways. When the chemical reaction activity decreases, then the differences between the concentrations and the temperatures obtained by the two ways decrease. *2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: 65C20.
Description: Добри Данков, Владимир Русинов, Мария Велинова, Жасмина Петрова - Изследвана е химическа реакция чрез два начина за моделиране на вероятността за химическа реакция използвайки Direct Simulation Monte Carlo метод. Изследван е порядъка на разликите при температурите и концентрациите чрез тези начини. Когато активността на химическата реакция намалява, намаляват и разликите между концентрациите и температурите получени по двата начина. Ключови думи: Механика на флуидите, Кинетична теория, Разреден газ, DSMC
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1912
ISBN: 1313-3330
Appears in Collections:Union of Bulgarian Mathematicians 2011

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