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Study on Preparation of Ethanol-coupled Olefins Based on Neural Network Algorithm

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DOI: 10.23977/jeis.2022.070118 | Downloads: 15 | Views: 462


Mengyi Feng 1, Liwei Yang 1, Xue Wang 1


1 School of Mathematical Sciences, Chongqing Normal University, Chongqing, 401331, China

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Mengyi Feng


To explore the process conditions for the preparation of C4 olefins by ethanol coupling is of great significance to better promote the production of pharmaceutical and chemical products, so this paper focuses on the problems under this background. Firstly, the radar diagrams of ethanol conversion and C4 olefin selectivity of various catalyst combinations at different temperatures are drawn by using Matlab software, and then based on the idea of backward propagation algorithm, neural network model I is established. The coefficients in the model were solved by Python, and the relationship between the temperature of each catalyst and ethanol conversion and C4 olefin selectivity was obtained. It is concluded that in order to achieve the highest selectivity of C4 olefins, the temperature should be controlled reasonably and the catalyst should be optimized.


Preparation of olefin, Matlab, Neural network, Thermal map


Mengyi Feng, Liwei Yang, Xue Wang, Study on Preparation of Ethanol-coupled Olefins Based on Neural Network Algorithm. Journal of Electronics and Information Science (2022) Vol. 7: 103-107. DOI:


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