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M. Kaganovich et al. importance. Here a specific formulation of constraint (32) seems to be even simpler than that of condition (10) since “kinetics” determines the rates of reactions that are already contained in the “prekinetic” system (29)–(31), (33), and (34) and requires a comparatively small amount of additional information for its description. Currently the flow MEISs are less developed and used than the MEISs with variable parameters. Some examples of their use were presented in the works by Gorban et al.
In the work by Kaganovich et al. (1989, 1993) and Kaganovich and Filippov (1995), the advantages of setting a list Equilibrium Thermodynamic Modeling of Dissipative Macroscopic Systems 25 of substances (components of a system) versus setting mechanisms as initial information have been discussed. Setting of substances appears to be immeasurably simpler, for example, in the analysis of coal combustion processes where the list of reactions includes thousands of units. However, in many cases, the use of the mechanism notion can be useful either for a quite complete elucidation of specific features of the studied process or for the choice of the analyzed mechanism which can be implemented by selecting catalysts or by specially arranging the course of reactions that constitute the process.
Figure 6a presents the same triangle of material balance as in Figure 5a, but with some additional details included. It shows the feasible trajectories of motion toward the points of extreme values of both x3 and x2. , regions, in each of which any two points can be connected by thermodynamically feasible trajectories. Figure 6b shows a thermody namic tree with the branches connected with the regions highlighted in Figure 6a by one-to-one correspondence. Each point on the tree represents a section of the curve G = const that belongs to a corresponding compo nent of connectedness (a set of thermodynamically equivalent states).