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A simple problem has been formulated so that an analytical solution can c H APTER 1: The Nature and Organization of Optimization Problems 23 be obtained. Recall from calculus that if you differentiate the cost function with respect to D and equate the total derivative to zero you can obtain the optimal solution for D Equation (f) was obtained without knowing specific numerical values for the parameters. If K,,K2,or Q change for one reason or another, then the calculation of the new value of D"pt is straightforward.

All the rainfall becomes runoff. The basin must not overflow so that any amount of water that would cause the basin to overflow must be pumped out and treated. What is the minimum pumping rate P required? 22 Optimization of a distributed parameter system can be posed in various ways. An example is a packed, tubular reactor with radial diffusion. Assume a single reversible reaction takes place. To set up the problem as a nonlinear programming problem, write the appropriate balances (constraints) including initial and boundary conditions using the following notation: x = Extent of reaction T = Dimensions temperature t = Time r = Dimensionless radial coordinate Do the differential equations have to be expressed in the form of analytical solutions?

D) What are the inequality constraints? (e) What procedure would you recommend to solve the problem? 14 The computation of chemical equilibria can be posed as an optimization problem with linear side conditions. For any infinitesimal process in which the amounts of species present may be changed by either the transfer of species to or from a phase or by chemical reaction, the change in the Gibbs free energy is ' dG = S d T + Vdp + cFidni I Here G, S, T, and p are the Gibbs free energy, the entropy, the temperature, and the (total) pressure, respectively.

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