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Compartmental modelling in chemical engineering : a critical review

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Compartmental modelling is a hybrid way to model complex systems in Chemical Engineering. This modelling approach offers numerous advantages because it aggregates information from both local and system scale models. Compartmental models allow multi-scale modelling with low computational time compared to a full coupled model (e.g. reactive numerical simulations). Thanks to these main characteristics, compartmental models are able to model complex full-size industrial systems. For the last decades, various approaches of compartmental models were developed for different applications. In this article, a critical review and analyses are carried out to classify these different approaches. A unified definition is proposed, and important guidelines are pointed out to assist with constructing a Compartmental Model. Finally, some perspectives for the future of Compartmental Modelling are identified and discussed: compartmental modelling for larger and more complex systems, the inclusion of new phenomena modelling and automation of compartmental models with the improvement of numerical methods. (C) 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Applied Mathematics, General Chemistry, General Chemical Engineering, BIOMATH, RESIDENCE TIME DISTRIBUTION, PARTICLE-SIZE DISTRIBUTION, HYBRID MULTIZONAL/CFD MODELS, PREDICTING NOX EMISSIONS, FLUID-DYNAMICS, MASS-TRANSFER, GENERAL METHODOLOGY, FUTURE CHALLENGES, NETWORK MODEL, MIXING MODEL, Compartmental Modelling, Hydrodynamics, Multi-scale, CFD, Systemic model

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Jourdan, Nicolas, et al. “Compartmental Modelling in Chemical Engineering : A Critical Review.” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, vol. 210, 2019.
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Jourdan, N., Neveux, T., Potier, O., Kanniche, M., Wicks, J., Nopens, I., … Le Moullec, Y. (2019). Compartmental modelling in chemical engineering : a critical review. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, 210.
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Jourdan, Nicolas, Thibaut Neveux, Olivier Potier, Mohamed Kanniche, Jim Wicks, Ingmar Nopens, Usman Rehman, and Yann Le Moullec. 2019. “Compartmental Modelling in Chemical Engineering : A Critical Review.” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE 210.
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Jourdan, Nicolas, Thibaut Neveux, Olivier Potier, Mohamed Kanniche, Jim Wicks, Ingmar Nopens, Usman Rehman, and Yann Le Moullec. 2019. “Compartmental Modelling in Chemical Engineering : A Critical Review.” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE 210.
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Jourdan N, Neveux T, Potier O, Kanniche M, Wicks J, Nopens I, et al. Compartmental modelling in chemical engineering : a critical review. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE. 2019;210.
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N. Jourdan et al., “Compartmental modelling in chemical engineering : a critical review,” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, vol. 210, 2019.
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For the last decades, various approaches of compartmental models were developed for different applications. In this article, a critical review and analyses are carried out to classify these different approaches. A unified definition is proposed, and important guidelines are pointed out to assist with constructing a Compartmental Model.
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