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capeOpen1PhaseProp

Calculate and get values for single-phase properties. A list of supported single phase properties can be obtained using capeOpen1PhasePropList.

Syntax

[values,...]=capeOpen1PhaseProp(handle,propNames,phase,T,P,X)

Arguments

handle: package handle, as obtained from capeOpenGetPackage

propNames: string. Multiple properties can be specified; separate the properties by a space.

phase: string. Phase name for the calculation. Valid phase names can be obtained with capeOpenPhases.

T: scalar or column vector of temperatures at which to calculate the values.

P: scalar or column vector of pressures at which to calculate the values.

X: composition matrix. Number of columns must match compound count. Can have a single row, or multiple rows for multiple compositions. X is in mole fraction or mass fraction, depending on the current basis.

For calculation at multiple conditions, T, P and X must have a consistent number of rows. Any of them can have a single row, meaning constant T, P or composition. The number of evaluations will depend on the maximum number of rows. For all T, P and X that have multiple rows, the number of rows must be equal. Evaluation at multiple conditions is not supported for properties for which the value is a matrix.

Returns

values: matrix of values. One matrix will be returned for each property. If the calculated property is a scalar (such as enthalpy), the returned matrix will be a column vector with the size of the number of evaluation conditions. If the calculated property is a vector (such as fugacityCoefficient), the number of rows will match the number of conditions, and the number of columns will match the number of compounds. For properties that are a matrix (such as fugacityCoefficient.DmolFraction), evaluation at multiple conditions is not supported, and the returned matrix will be square, with the number of rows and columns equal to the number of compounds.

Example


-->handle=capeOpenGetPackage("TEA (CAPE-OPEN 1.1)","C1_C2");
 
-->capeOpen1PhaseProp(handle,"enthalpy","vapor",300,1e5,[0.5 0.5])

 ans  =
 
    46.684364  
 
-->capeOpen1PhaseProp(handle,"enthalpy","vapor",[300:10:400]',1e5,[0.5 0.5])

 ans  =
 
    46.684364  
    495.61083  
    952.51195  
    1417.5585  
    1890.9062  
    2372.6962  
    2863.0557  
    3362.0984  
    3869.9252  
    4386.6241  
    4912.2714  
 
-->capeOpen1PhaseProp(handle,"enthalpy","vapor",[300:10:400]',[1e5:1e3:1.1e5]',[0.5 0.5])

 ans  =
 
    46.684364  
    495.27542  
    951.87325  
    1416.6454  
    1889.7446  
    2371.3097  
    2861.4656  
    3360.3242  
    3867.9844  
    4384.5329  
    4910.0446  
 
-->frac=0:0.1:1

 frac  =
 
    0.    0.1    0.2    0.3    0.4    0.5    0.6    0.7    0.8    0.9    1.  
 
-->X=[frac' 1-frac']

 X  =
 
    0.     1.   
    0.1    0.9  
    0.2    0.8  
    0.3    0.7  
    0.4    0.6  
    0.5    0.5  
    0.6    0.4  
    0.7    0.3  
    0.8    0.2  
    0.9    0.1  
    1.     0.   
 
-->[h dhdx]=capeOpen1PhaseProp(handle,"enthalpy enthalpy.DmolFraction","vapor",300,101325,X)

 dhdx  =
 
    59.323378    38.745096  
    57.163653    38.864248  
    55.239564    39.208789  
    53.548664    39.776832  
    52.088678    40.566654  
    50.8575      41.651078  
    49.785327    42.868954  
    49.012572    44.304464  
    48.463229    45.956491  
    48.135834    47.824064  
    48.029071    49.906359  

 h  =
 
    38.810411  
    40.742733  
    42.448599  
    43.928995  
    45.184853  
    46.217051  
    47.026413  
    47.613712  
    47.979669  
    48.124955  
    48.050192  
 
-->capeOpenPropUnit("enthalpy.DmolFraction")

 ans  =
 
 J / mol   
 
-->capeOpenSetBasis("mass")
 
-->capeOpenPropUnit("fraction")

 ans  =
 
 mass fraction   
 
-->capeOpenPropUnit("enthalpy")

 ans  =
 
 J / kg   
 
-->[h dhdx]=capeOpen1PhaseProp(handle,"enthalpy enthalpy.DmolFraction","vapor",300,101325,X)

 dhdx  =
 
    1972.8427    1288.4967  
    2016.0342    1413.6691  
    2080.6314    1559.3428  
    2161.9387    1721.0695  
    2253.3782    1898.6811  
    2358.8686    2083.3301  
    2473.217     2276.5546  
    2594.9376    2476.9289  
    2722.8619    2683.3294  
    2856.0576    2894.8579  
    2993.7713    3110.7873  

 h  =
 
    1290.6688  
    1518.854   
    1726.3878  
    1917.6628  
    2095.9031  
    2263.5301  
    2422.3987  
    2573.9539  
    2719.3387  
    2859.469   
    2995.0878  
 
-->capeOpen1PhaseProp(handle,"fugacityCoefficient.DmolFraction","vapor",300,101325,X)
 !--error 9999 
Property calculations cannot be performed at multiple conditions if any property has matrix dimensions
called by :  
capeOpen1PhaseProp(handle,"fugacityCoefficient.DmolFraction","vapor",300,101325,X)
 
-->//we can however calculate at a single composition:
-->capeOpen1PhaseProp(handle,"fugacityCoefficient.DmolFraction","vapor",300,101325,X(1,:))

 ans  =
 
   1.0D-09 *
 
    4991820.7    8570959.1  
  - 6.881D-09  - 3.441D-09  

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