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algorithm for calculating multiphase chemical equilibrium

Francis E. Spencer

algorithm for calculating multiphase chemical equilibrium

by Francis E. Spencer

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Mines in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Phase rule and equilibrium.,
  • Chemical equilibrium.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 21.

    Statementby F.E. Spencer, Jr., and A.A. Orning.
    SeriesReport of investigations / United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines -- 7786, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 7786.
    ContributionsOrning, Arthur Alonzo, 1906-, United States. Bureau of Mines
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p. :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22419018M

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We present a method for calculating chemical equilibria of general multiphase systems. The method is based on a stoichiometric approach, which uses Newton's method to solve a system of mass.

The phase equilibrium computations cover vapor-liquid, liquid-liquid and solid-liquid equilibrium (electrolyte) systems as well as solid-liquid-vapor and solid-liquid-liquid systems. In sectionan algorithm for the creation of “problem specific” property model package is presented together with illustrative examples.

Highlights We develop a method for chemical equilibrium calculations in multiphase systems. We show that the method is capable of determining the stable phase assemblage. A general approach for specifying equilibrium constraints is developed. The method is applied to solve equilibrium problems relevant to carbon storage.

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The diagram in Fig. 5 shows the phases present at equilibrium in the Fe-Ni-O 2 system at oC as the equilibrium oxygen partial pressure (i.e. chemical potential) is varied. The x-axis of this diagram is the overall molar metal ratio in the system.

The phase diagram in Fig. AbstractWe present an overview of novel numerical methods for chemical equilibrium and kinetic calculations for complex non-ideal multiphase systems.

The methods we present for equilibrium calculations are based either on Gibbs energy minimization (GEM) calculations or on solving the system of extended law of mass-action (xLMA) equations.

In both methods, no a posteriori phase stability. One of the most important engineering problems encountered in modeling chemical and petroleum processes is the multiphase flash problem.

The present flash algorithm can be used to calculate phase equilibria for multicomponent systems with three coexisting phases (water, oil, and gas) at equilibrium with both simplicity and accuracy (Mokhatab.

Bubble Point and Dew Point with Raoult's Law [] Key concept []. When calculating either a bubble point or a dew point, one quantity is key, and this is the overall composition, denoted with the letter is to distinguish it from the single-phase composition in either the liquid or the gas phase.

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The first step in the development of a general EOS model is to determine the. "SAHA" codes [11, 3], which has been developed by the authors for many years, the latter being designed for calculating multiphase, multicomponent, non-ideal, chemically reacting plasma [GrIoFo00].

Co-conditions for chemical, ionization and phase equilibrium. An optimization algorithm based upon the method of simulated annealing is of utility in calculating equilibrium phase assemblages as functions of pressure, temperature, and chemical composition.

Operating by analogy to the statistical mechanics of the chemical system, it is applicable both to problems of strict chemical equilibrium and to. An equilibrium simulator for multiphase equilibria based on the extent of reaction and Newton-Raphson method with globally convergent strategy (SEQEx2) Robinson N.

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() The HELD algorithm for multicomponent, multiphase equilibrium calculations with generic equations of state. Computers & Chemical Engineer () Solving optimization problems on ranks and inertias of some constrained nonlinear matrix functions via.

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Phys. Rev. E,(source: Nielsen Book Data) Chemical reactions and the reactors are one of the key factors of consideration in chemical engineering. The introductory section of this book deals with chemical equilibrium and the rate of reaction.

Later chapters cover heat and mass transfer along flat plates, in circular tubes and in liquids and gases. Second edition. Denmark: Tie-Line Publications, p. ISBN With this book the authors provide a solid framework for developing efficient and robust algorithms for calculation of phase equilibrium of non-ideal mixtures as related to the design and operation of complex.

The thermodynamic equilibrium of chemical species at the interface is considered using Henry's law. The chemical species concentration equation is solved using primitive variables and local fluxes are locally directly calculated at the interface.Book Description.

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