2 edition of **Metal-slag-gas thermodynamics equilibria by computer simulation.** found in the catalog.

Metal-slag-gas thermodynamics equilibria by computer simulation.

Antonio Pinho

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Published
**1982**
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Written in English

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Pagination | 206 leaves |

Number of Pages | 206 |

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Open Library | OL14743735M |

Statistical thermodynamics. The primary goal of statistical thermodynamics (also known as equilibrium statistical mechanics) is to derive the classical thermodynamics of materials in terms of the properties of their constituent particles and the interactions between them. In other words, statistical thermodynamics provides a connection between the macroscopic properties of materials in. thermodynamics and its application in process simulation. This book explains the thermodynamics behind simula-tions by applying thermodynamics to real-world process engineering problems. Concepts are illustrated through a variety of solved examples, and the book simplifies the understanding of the often-complex mathematical calcula-.

Computational thermodynamics is the use of computers to simulate thermodynamic problems specific to materials science, particularly used in the construction of phase diagrams. Several open and commercial programs exist to perform these operations. The concept of the technique is minimization of Gibbs free energy of the system; the success of this method is due not only to properly measuring. This course covers the foundation of classical thermodynamics in the form of postulates, and later their applications to open and close systems, criteria of stability and equilibria, the equation of states, properties of pure fluids and mixtures, theories and model of phase equilibrium, and chemical reaction equilibrium.

Thermodynamic Equilibrium and States Equilibrium and LTE (Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium) The State Postulate Differential Thermodynamic Relations Material Models State TESTcalcs and TEST-Codes The SL (Solid/Liquid) Model SL Model Assumptions Equations of State A Belousov–Zhabotinsky reaction, or BZ reaction, is one of a class of reactions that serve as a classical example of non-equilibrium thermodynamics, resulting in the establishment of a nonlinear chemical only common element in these oscillators is the inclusion of bromine and an acid. The reactions are important to theoretical chemistry in that they show that chemical.

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Shishin D., Hidayat T., Decterov S., Jak E. () Thermodynamic modelling of liquid slag-matte-metal equilibria applied to the simulation of the Peirce-Smith converter.

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