The fast and efficient development and application of reliable models with appropriate degree of detail to predict the behavior of fragrance aerosols are challenging problems of high interest to the related industries. A generic modeling template for the systematic derivation of specific fragrance aerosol models is proposed. The main benefits of the fragrance spraying template are the speed‐up of the model development/derivation process, the increase in model quality, and the provision of structured domain knowledge where needed. The fragrance spraying template is integrated in a generic computer‐aided modeling framework, which is structured based on workflows for different general modeling tasks. The benefits of the fragrance spraying template are highlighted by a case study related to the derivation of a fragrance aerosol model that is able to reflect measured dynamic droplet size distribution profiles for limonene.
Heitzig, M., Rong, Y., Gregson, C., Sin, G., & Gani, R. (2012). Systematic Multi‐Scale Model Development Strategy for the Fragrance Spraying Process and Transport. Chemical Engineering and Technology, 35(8), 1381-1391. https://doi.org/10.1002/ceat.201100604