Numerical Treatment of Polyreactions - Recent Developments.

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  • The mathematical modeling of macromolecular reactions leads to countable (possibly infinite) systems of ordinary differential equations (CODE's). This paper reviews two recent developments of the so-called discrete Galerkin method, which has been developed for the numerical treatment of countable systems, which arise e.g. in polymer chemistry. The first approach can be considered as a method of lines with moving basis functions and has been implemented recently in the program package MACRON. The second type of the Galerkin method is characterized by a so-called outer time discretization of the complete problem and an appropriate and efficient solution of the arising subproblems. This method is realized in the research code CODEX.

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Author:Michael Wulkow, Jörg Ackermann
Document Type:ZIB-Report
Date of first Publication:1990/11/26
Series (Serial Number):ZIB-Report (SC-90-15)