# Example uses of ThermoΒΆ

The following Jupyter notebooks show some of the many calculations that can be done with Thermo.

These problems often make use of fluids, ht, chemicals, and pint so make sure you have them installed! More details on the unit handling library can be found at fluids.units.

- Working with Heat Transfer Fluids - Therminol LT
- Validating Flash Calculations
- High Molecular Weight Petroleum Pseudocomponents
- Performing Large Numbers of Calculations with Thermo in Parallel
- Creating Nitrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen ternary air system phase envelope
- Creating Txy, Pxy, and xy diagrams for the binary water ethanol system with Modified UNIFAC (Dortmund)
- Example 14.2 Joule-Thomson Effect
- Example 14.3 Adiabatic Compression and Expansion
- Problem 14.01 Joule-Thomson Coefficient of Nitrogen Using the Virial Equation and the SRK EOS
- Problem 14.02 Work and Temperature Change Upon Isentropic Compression of Oxygen
- Problem 14.03 Reversible and Isothermal Compression of Liquid Water
- Problem 14.04 Heat Effect Upon Mixing of Methane and Dodecane at Elevated Temperature and Pressure Using SRK
- Problem 14.05 Required Power for R134a Compression Using a High Precision Equation of State
- Problem 14.06 Required Volume for a Gas Storage Tank for Ammonia
- Problem 14.07 Liquid Nitrogen Production Via Volume Expansion of the Compressed Gas
- Problem 14.08 Required Compressor Power for Isothermal and Adiabatic Compression of a Gas Mixture (CO2, O2) Using the Ideal Gas Law
- Problem 14.09 Temperature Change Upon Ethylene Expansion in Throttle Valves Using a High Precision EOS
- Problem 14.10 Leakage Rate Change in Vacuum Distillation When Lowering the Column Pressure
- Problem 14.11 Pressure Rise In a Storage Tank Upon Heating
- Problem 14.12 Work and Temperature Change Upon Adiabatic Compression of Oxygen
- Problem 14.13 Thermodynamic Cycle Calculation Using a High-Precision EOS
- Problem 14.14 Refrigeration Cycle Calculation Using the Peng-Robinson EOS
- Problem 14.15 Joule-Thomson Coefficient for Methane Using the Peng-Robinson EOS
- Problem 14.16 Compressor Duty and State Properties after Ammonia Compression