Efficient Solution Methods for N-component Condensation

@inproceedings{Putten2011EfficientSM,
  title={Efficient Solution Methods for N-component Condensation},
  author={Dennis S. van Putten},
  year={2011}
}
This thesis describes efficient solution methods developed for N-component condensation processes. These methods are aimed at either the reduction of the numerical effort required for solving the equations describing the condensation process or the simplification of the physical description. The models and corresponding algorithms differ in their ability to describe the condensation phenomenon and the required computing times. The equilibrium thermodynamics of real gases is presented and… CONTINUE READING

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