Reaktoro
A unified framework for modeling chemically reactive systems

Reaktoro::MineralSpeciesThermoParamsHKF Struct Reference
Detailed Description
A type for storing the parameters of the HKF equation of state for a mineral species.
#include <ThermoData.hpp>
Collaboration diagram for Reaktoro::MineralSpeciesThermoParamsHKF:
Public Attributes  
double  Gf 
The apparent standard molal Gibbs free energy of formation of the species from its elements (in units of cal/mol)  
double  Hf 
The apparent standard molal enthalpy of formation of the species from its elements (in units of cal/mol)  
double  Sr 
The standard molal entropy of the species at reference temperature and pressure (in units of cal/(mol�K))  
double  Vr 
The standard molal volume of the mineral species at reference temperature and pressure (in units of cm^3/mol)  
int  nptrans 
The number of phase transitions that the mineral may undergo.  
std::vector< double >  a 
The coefficients ai of the HKF equation of state of the mineral species for each phase region (in units of cal/(mol�K))  
std::vector< double >  b 
The coefficients bi of the HKF equation of state of the mineral species for each phase region (in units of cal/(mol�K^2))  
std::vector< double >  c 
The coefficients ci of the HKF equation of state of the mineral species for each phase region (in units of (cal�K)/mol)  
std::vector< double >  Ttr 
The temperatures at which the mineral experiences phase transition along the line of reference pressure (in units of K)  
std::vector< double >  Htr 
The change in the standard molal enthalpy of each mineral phase transition (in units of cal/mol)  
std::vector< double >  Vtr 
The change in the standard molal volume of each mineral phase transition (in units of cm^3/mol)  
std::vector< double >  dPdTtr 
The Clapeyron slote at each mineral phase transition (in units of bar/K)  
double  Tmax 
The maximum temperature at which the HKF equation of state can be applied for the mineral (in units of K)  
The documentation for this struct was generated from the following file:
 Reaktoro/Thermodynamics/Species/ThermoData.hpp