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Bridging principal component analysis and method of moments based parameter estimation for grafting of polybutadiene with styrene

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A challenge for the design of nonlinear polymerization is the full appreciation of the impact of side reactions, demanding the development of modeling techniques to determine the associated kinetic parameters while using the most important experimental responses. Here the combination of computationally inexpensive method of moments (MoM) kinetic simulations and dedicated principal component analysis (PCA) is put forward as a promising strategy to be successful in this respect. Focus is on (radical) vinyl grafting of chains containing unsaturations, selecting styrene (St) as monomer and polybutadiene (PB) as backbone, and low St conversions accounting for diffusional limitations on termination. It is highlighted that the less studied macropropagation cannot be directly ignored and a combined set of experimental responses related to free polystyrene and grafted copolymer (GC) average product properties is recommended for kinetic parameter estimation. This is supported by regression analysis considering in silico generated experimental data compensated for random noise and considering a validated end-chain approximation.
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Kinetic modeling, Method of moments, Vinyl graft polymerization, Principal component analysis, Parameter estimation, FREE-RADICAL COPOLYMERIZATION, MODEL-BASED DESIGN, POLYMERIZATION, ACRYLATE, BATCH, MICROSTRUCTURE, METHACRYLATE, ESTIMABILITY, SIMULATION, SEMIBATCH

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Wu, Yi-Yang, et al. “Bridging Principal Component Analysis and Method of Moments Based Parameter Estimation for Grafting of Polybutadiene with Styrene.” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, vol. 425, 2021, doi:10.1016/j.cej.2021.130463.
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Wu, Y.-Y., Figueira De Barros, F., Van Steenberge, P., D’hooge, D., Zhou, Y.-N., & Luo, Z.-H. (2021). Bridging principal component analysis and method of moments based parameter estimation for grafting of polybutadiene with styrene. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 425. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cej.2021.130463
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Wu, Yi-Yang, Freddy Figueira De Barros, Paul Van Steenberge, Dagmar D’hooge, Yin-Ning Zhou, and Zheng-Hong Luo. 2021. “Bridging Principal Component Analysis and Method of Moments Based Parameter Estimation for Grafting of Polybutadiene with Styrene.” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL 425. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cej.2021.130463.
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Wu, Yi-Yang, Freddy Figueira De Barros, Paul Van Steenberge, Dagmar D’hooge, Yin-Ning Zhou, and Zheng-Hong Luo. 2021. “Bridging Principal Component Analysis and Method of Moments Based Parameter Estimation for Grafting of Polybutadiene with Styrene.” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL 425. doi:10.1016/j.cej.2021.130463.
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Wu Y-Y, Figueira De Barros F, Van Steenberge P, D’hooge D, Zhou Y-N, Luo Z-H. Bridging principal component analysis and method of moments based parameter estimation for grafting of polybutadiene with styrene. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL. 2021;425.
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Y.-Y. Wu, F. Figueira De Barros, P. Van Steenberge, D. D’hooge, Y.-N. Zhou, and Z.-H. Luo, “Bridging principal component analysis and method of moments based parameter estimation for grafting of polybutadiene with styrene,” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, vol. 425, 2021.
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