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A microcomputer software package for simulation of non-ideal aqueous electrolyte systems at equilibrium

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Graduation date: 1992The non-ideal aqueous electrolyte simulator (NAELS) is composed of\ud three major parts: a Newton-Raphson non-linear optimization program written\ud by Weare, et al (1987); an activity coefficient subroutine for non-ideal\ud electrolyte systems based on Pitzer's model; and an extensive, user expandable\ud database. It is robust, stable, and requires neither thermodynamic data nor\ud initial guesses as input. NAELS provides very good estimates of equilibrium\ud speciation and solubility in concentrated electrolyte systems. NAELS was\ud assembled as a technical utility package for use on IBM-compatable\ud microcomputers

Year: 1991
OAI identifier: oai:ir.library.oregonstate.edu:1957/36556
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