The Pressure Series Dialog is used by the Phase Equilibria Temperature Estimates Dialog to generate a series of state variables consisting of fixed compositions and pressures varying between specified limits.
The Pressure Series dialog provides controls for specifying fixed compositions and a range of pressure values.
|Number of Rows Control: displays the number of table rows into which the series values will be pasted. This number is initially equal to number of table rows selected in the estimates dialog.
|Increment/Decrement Control: enables you to increment or decrement the number of rows into which the series values will be pasted.
|Tie Line Control: enables you to enter any short text string for the estimate's tie line. Typically, tie lines are entered as TL001, TL002, TL003, etc.
|Components Controls: displays the names of the components in the current mixture.
|Composition Control: enables you to specify the fixed compositions of each component.
|Starting Pressure Control: enables you to enter the lower limit of the generated pressures.
|Limit Type Control: enables you to select if pressure values will be generated between a starting and ending limit or will be incremented by a specified amount. See below for details.
|Limit Amount Control: enables you to enter either the upper pressure limit or the increment used to generate pressure values. See below for details.
|X Default Button: activates the Default Compositions Dialog which enables to select a default composition which will be entered into the composition controls. See below for documentation.
Pressure values can be generated between two limits, the starting Pressure and the ending pressure, or by repeatedly incrementing the starting pressure by a specified amount. The dialog's Limit Type control specifies which type of series to generate.
Assuming the number of rows equals 6, the entries to the right would generate pressures of: 50, 70, 90, 110, 130, and 150 kPa.
Assuming the number of rows equals 6, the entries to the right would generate pressures of: 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, and 100 kPa.
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