Topology Optimization of Monolithic Catalyst Support in Steam Methane Reformer Using Genetic Algorithm (2020)
CitationErfani N, Fee C, Watson M (2020). Topology Optimization of Monolithic Catalyst Support in Steam Methane Reformer Using Genetic Algorithm. Brisbane, Australia: Chemeca 2020. 27/09/2020-30/09/2020.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research40 - Engineering::4004 - Chemical engineering::400408 - Reaction engineering (excl. nuclear reactions)
34 - Chemical sciences::3406 - Physical chemistry::340601 - Catalysis and mechanisms of reactions
34 - Chemical sciences::3407 - Theoretical and computational chemistry::340701 - Computational chemistry
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