Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern

According to our database1, Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern authored at least 14 papers between 2006 and 2017.

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2017
Accelerating optimization and uncertainty quantification of nonlinear SMB chromatography using reduced-order models.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2017

2016
Numerical approximation of nonlinear and non-equilibrium two-dimensional model of chromatography.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2016

2015
Nonlinear model reduction of a continuous fluidized bed crystallizer.
J. Comput. Appl. Math., 2015

2014
Using surrogate models for efficient optimization of simulated moving bed chromatography.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2014

2013
Optimal cut-times finding strategies for collecting a target component from overloaded elution chromatograms.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2013

Model selection and parameter estimation for chemical reactions using global model structure.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2013

2011
Numerical solution of a multi-dimensional batch crystallization model with fines dissolution.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2011

Efficient and accurate numerical simulation of nonlinear chromatographic processes.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2011

2010
A theoretical study of continuous counter-current chromatography for adsorption isotherms with inflection points.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2010

2009
An efficient numerical technique for solving multi-dimensional batch crystallization models with size independent growth rates.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2009

2007
Adaptive high-resolution schemes for multidimensional population balances in crystallization processes.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2007

Numerical method for accelerated calculation of cyclic steady state of ModiCon-SMB-processes.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2007

A method to evaluate the feasibility of TMB chromatography for reduced efficiency and purity requirements based on discrete optimization.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2007

2006
A comparative study of high resolution schemes for solving population balances in crystallization.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2006


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