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Chemical Reactors Catalyst bed and Analytical Solution of Complicated Partial Nonlinear Differential Equations by new Approach AKLM

MR Akbari1*, Sara Akbari2, Esmaeil Kalantari2

1Department of Civil Engineering and Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Chemical Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran.

1,2Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Iran.

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Received Date: November 19, 2020;  Published Date: December 10, 2020


In this paper, for the first time, we investigate and solve a complicated highly partial nonlinear differential equations of chemical reactions in the cylindrical and spherical coordinates on the catalyst bed for the design of chemical reactors. We challenge and prove the power of this method that it can easily analyze the most difficult nonlinear problems in a completely analytical way, which we named it AKLM (Akbari Kalantari Leila’s Method). Certainly we know that the chemical reaction process on the solid catalysts is very complex, and the governing differential equations governing them are nonlinearity complex. In this paper we present a new analytical solution which can easily analyze all such problems and make a great evolution in the nonlinear industries in the reactors design in chemical engineering. Finally, this scientific approach can create a great phenomenon in the analytical solution of nonlinear problems in engineering sciences, especially in the chemical and mechanical engineering.

Keywords: New method; Akbari-Kalantari-Leila’s Method (AKLM); Reactor Catalytic bed; Partial Nonlinear Differential Equation; Cylindrical, Spherical and Cartesian Coordinates

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