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StandardThermoModelParamsHollandPowell Struct Reference

The parameters in the Holland-Powell model for calculating standard thermodynamic properties of fluid and mineral species. More...

#include <StandardThermoModelHollandPowell.hpp>

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Public Attributes

Param Gf
 The apparent standard molal Gibbs free energy of formation of the substance from its elements (in J/mol).
 
Param Hf
 The apparent standard molal enthalpy of formation of the substance from its elements (in J/mol).
 
Param Sr
 The standard molal entropy of the substance at reference temperature and pressure (in J/(mol·K)).
 
Param Vr
 The standard molal volume of the substance at reference temperature and pressure (in m³/mol).
 
Param a
 The coefficient a of the Holland and Powell (2011) thermodynamic model (in J/(mol·K)).
 
Param b
 The coefficient b of the Holland and Powell (2011) thermodynamic model (in J/(mol·K²)).
 
Param c
 The coefficient c of the Holland and Powell (2011) thermodynamic model (in (J·K)/mol).
 
Param d
 The coefficient d of the Holland and Powell (2011) thermodynamic model (in J/(mol·K½)).
 
Param alpha0
 The coefficient α0 of the Holland and Powell (2011) thermodynamic model (in 1/K).
 
Param kappa0
 The coefficient κ0 of the Holland and Powell (2011) thermodynamic model (in Pa).
 
Param kappa0p
 The coefficient ‘κ0’` of the Holland and Powell (2011) thermodynamic model (dimensionless).
 
Param kappa0pp
 The coefficient ‘κ0’'` of the Holland and Powell (2011) thermodynamic model (in 1/Pa).
 
real numatoms
 The number of atoms in the chemical formula of the mineral.
 
real Tmax
 The maximum temperature at which the Holland and Powell (2011) model can be applied for the substance (optional, in K).
 

Detailed Description

The parameters in the Holland-Powell model for calculating standard thermodynamic properties of fluid and mineral species.


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