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c28420-lecture4-tutorial-lle-diagrams-2009

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Unformatted text preview: Tutorial document for generating phase diagrams with ICAS. The starting point is that a ternary mixture has been defined, the stream values have been given and a GE-model has been selected. The mixture to be analyzed is water-ethanol-benzene. The UNIFAC-LLE model is chosen and the LLE-phase diagram option is called from the ICAS-utility toolbox, as shown below. • From the “property” menu, click on “organic LLE” to enter the LLE tool-box: • From the “LLE organic” window, click on “Calculate & Plot” to enter the “Plot Ternary LLE Curves” • Click in OK in order to calculate a ternary LLE phase diagram: • The calculated LLE phase diagram is shown: ...
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