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Saskia Bublitz, M.Sc.

Lupe [1]

Research assistant (with teaching duties)

KWT-A 111

Tel.: +49 30 314 70448

Fax: +49 30 314 123 70448

saskia.bublitz@tu-berlin.de [2]

Researchgate [3]

Office hours: All in-person office hours are postponed for now. Separate arrangements can be made by email.

Focus of my research:

Lupe [4]

Analysis of how to efficiently solve large nonlinear algebraic equation systems by the use of:

  • Initialization methods (Interval arithmetic, Sampling, Multi-Start, see Figure above)
  • Preconditioning (Scaling, System decomposition, Equation reformulations)
  • Process parallelization
  • Debugging strategies

Further activities:

Lupe [5]
  • Support of the in-house modeling and simulation environment MOSAICmodeling [6]
  • Associated member in Sonderforschungsbereich SFB/ Transregio 63 [7] (Integrierte Prozesse in flüssigen Mehrphasensystemen)
  • Temporarily responsible for the PC Pool remote desktop connections at d|b|t|a

Lectures:

  • Thermische Grundoperationen der Verfahrenstechnik [8]
  • Computergestützte Anlagenplanung
    [9]
  • Praktikum zu Thermischen Grundoperationen der Verfahrenstechnik
    [10]

Publications & Talks:

Publications

Analysis and Decomposition for Improved Convergence of Nonlinear Process Models in Chemical Engineering
Zitatschlüssel Bublitz2017
Autor Saskia Bublitz and Erik Esche and Gregor Tolksdorf and Volker Mehrmann and Jens-Uwe Repke
Seiten 1503–1514
Jahr 2017
DOI 10.1002/cite.201700041
Journal Chemie Ingenieur Technik
Jahrgang 89
Nummer 11
Monat oct
Verlag Wiley
Zusammenfassung Abstract Solving nonlinear equation systems as they occur in process simulation simultaneously, often fails due to ill?conditioned models or bad initialization. To counteract these issues two methods have been implemented in the web?based platform MOSAICmodeling. The Dulmage?Mendelsohn algorithm forms a block diagonal Jacobian matrix. In addition, the bordered block transformation identifies variables that need to be carefully initialized due to their great influence on the system. Both methods are applied on two process models and their convergence and sensitivity towards initialization is analyzed.
Link zur Publikation [11] Download Bibtex Eintrag [12]
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