Mixture Slide Show (pdf presentation - 19 pages) for
detailed information on the Mixture
Module to edit mixtures and streams
for input to the Equilib
mixture is a group of compounds that
normally would be entered as reactants in the Equilib
program. In the Mixture
program you can enter these same reactants then store
them in a mixture (Mixt*.dat) file. In Equilib
you can then import this mixture via the
example, in Fig. 2 four gaseous reactants are defined
and in Fig. 3 stored in a mixture file (Mixt1.dat) named
‘My Air’. In Fig. 4 this mixture
is imported into Equilib as a reactant.
stream is a list of equilibrated species
calculated by Equilib
and stored via the Equilib
Results Window. The stream can then be edited
by the Mixture
Module and imported into Equilib
via the Reactants Window.
example, Fig. 5 shows an equilibrated roasted gas phase
being stored in a stream. In Fig. 6 the
stream is then imported into Equilib
as a reactant.
mixture or stream can
have up to 48 reactants and 32 different elements –
for example a complex alloy composition or mineral ore
that is repeatedly entered as reactants in Equilib
could be easily stored as a single mixture.
Note, in Equilib
you can import up to 48 different mixtures into a given