Numerical solution of an inverse problem in nonstationary mass transfer in a multicomponent mixture
Discrepancy-functional minimization is used to show that there is considerable interaction between adsorbed components during transport in a porous material.
KeywordsMass Transfer Statistical Physic Inverse Problem Porous Material Multicomponent Mixture
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