This GUI uses a constant relative volatility (alpha) to estimate the equilibrium curve. From there, the GUI uses the "McCabe and Thiele Graphical Method" to estimate the ideal number of plates in the column.
A reference is provided in the GUI: look in Help/About.
Comments, suggestions or bugs, please write to cgelmiREMOVE@gmail.com
I get an error with this; the window that opens is of a small size and I don't really see all the button except for one, because the rest are all cropped out. It seems like it's zoomed in too much in my case. Any way to fix it? Thanks
nice and easy
Parece que los señores anónimos que evaluaron la función negativamente, no saben ni usan MATLAB. Una pena el poco aporte constructivo. Para mí ha sido una excelente adición al FileExchange. Aparte de estar muy bien programada. Gracias por compartir.
Un programa muy bien hecho y util. Gracias por compartirlo.
Excelent for homework
Muy útil y buena herramienta. Gracias.
New error checks were incorporated in the GUI. Thanks for pointing that out.
it fail without error if compositions is grater than unity(1)
Excellent work. Not an easy work Claudio :)
Thanks! Excellent for mass transfer homeworks!!
Excellent tool. Very useful to the college teaching.
Excellent tool. Easy to use with a great visual interface.
Great tool for teaching distilation
- Help's information.
- A better way of detecting non-feasible distillations was incorporated. Thanks Jakub Kopáč.
- More precision was given to the equilibrium curve and theoretical stages.
- New error checks were incorporated (e.g., molar fraction and feed quality).
Inspired by: McCabe-Thiele Method for an Ideal Binary Mixture
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