Unlike the two dimensional systems, in three dimensional examples a number of complex solutions can be obtained. These will be illustrated by abstract models. [Pg.42]

Significance of these models is that the complicated solutions are shown to exist even for simple nonlinear dynamic systems. Recently some of these models have been applied to explain the oscillations in experimental systems, e.g. Olsen and Degn (1977). [Pg.42]

The dotted arrows indicate catalytic rate controls. The rate equations are given as follows [Pg.42]

In this 3-dimensional system a stable limit cycle is obtained as an oscillating solution. [Pg.43]

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