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The use of novel and green solvents like ionic liquids (ILs) for the capture of air pollutant gases has gained extensive attention in recent years. However, getting reliable and fast predictions of gases solubility in ILs is complex.
Four soft computing methods including deep belief network (DBN), group method of data handling (GMDH), genetic programming (GP), and K-nearest neighbor (KNN) were used for estimating the solubility of sulfur dioxide (SO2) in ILs. A total of 374 experimental data points of SO2 solubility in 15 types of ILs were collected and used for model development. Moreover, Valderrama-Patel-Teja (VPT), Zudkevitch-Joffe (ZJ), Peng-Robinson (PR), Redlich-Kwong (RK), and Soave-Redlich-Kwong (SRK) equations of state (EOSs) were applied for the solubility predictions in the SO2 + ILs systems.
The results illustrated that DBN model is the most reliable predictive tool for the SO2 solubility in ILs by having an average absolute percent relative error (AAPRE) of 3.56percent. Furthermore, the proposed simple to use GMDH mathematical correlation also provides good estimations with an AAPRE of 8.05percent. Despite the weaker performance of the EOSs than the intelligent models, the PR EOS presented better estimations among other EOSs for the SO2 solubility in ILs.",
Genetic Programming entries for Mohammad-Reza Mohammadi Fahimeh Hadavimoghaddam Saeid Atashrouz Ali Abedi Abdolhossein Hemmati-Sarapardeh Ahmad Mohaddespour