By L. A. Tavadyan, G. A. Martoyan
English model of: Analiz kineticheskikh modelei khimicheskikh reak'tsionnykh sistem.
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Yi k j Further the data array entered into the matrix S is processed. The main point of this approach is to apply the method of eigenvalues and eigenvectors analysis to obtain the kinetic pattern through the sensitivity parameters. Information extracted in such a manner for different reaction times enables to identify effectively the unimportant steps in the reaction kinetic model. Let us again refer to the problem of “zero” sensitivity for an important reaction. To overcome this problem often it is nessecary to take recource to additional methods, among which is the above-mentioned analysis of reaction rates [46-49].
Serve as such parameters (see Chapters 1 and 5). Kinetic Significance of Steps in Complex Chemical Transformation 21 At the same time it is necessary to overcome temptation to describe the behavior of a reaction system by means of characteristic parameters, in all cases. Moreover, instinctively it seems to be apparent that for rather complicated reaction systems the number of such parameters will be too large, even though they were identifiable. Nevertheless, the approaches [12,13] are worthy of notice, as in some cases they enable successfully to overcome the challenges arising at choosing a complicated primary kinetic model of a chemical reaction.
A. Martoyan “global” sensitivity analysis. To get detailed information about the numerical methods of the “global” sensitivity analysis one can refer to [7,53-58]. In conclusion it should be noted that by focusing attention on the mentioned problems, we had the objective of gaining not only a more fundamental understanding of the capabilities of the sensitivity analysis method, but also of attracting attention to approaches that may complete undoubtedly this very promising method. REFERENCES                     Polack, LS; Goldenberg, MYa; Levitskii, AA.
Analysis of Kinetic Models of Chemical Reaction Systems: Value Approach by L. A. Tavadyan, G. A. Martoyan