The goal of this module is to teach students how to incorporate component balances into their mathematical models, such as for a prey-predator model. The significance of studying dynamics is highlighted before proceeding towards analyzing how it affects process behavior.
At the end of this module, students should be able to develop mathematical models for component balances, analyze these models and implement them into numerical software. They should also be able to model system dynamics and study their behavior.
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|Hands-on exercise - Disturbances||DOCX|
|Home assignment - Prey-predator||DOCX|
|Home assignment - Prey-predator|
|Hands-on exercise - Disturbances|
|Template - Disturbances||GPJ-PB|
|Solutions - Hands-on exercise - Disturbances||GPJ-PB|
|Solutions - Home assignment - Prey-predator||GPJ-PB|
|Slides - Multicomponent modelling||PPTX|
|Slide handout - Multicomponent modelling|