Beyond the Basics: Effective Use of the Property Generator in Xchanger Suite Webinar
May 20, 2021 | 9:00 AM CDT (UTC -05:00)
The selection of a suitable thermodynamic model to generate accurate fluid properties in Xchanger Suite® can be a challenge for novice and experienced users alike, yet the importance of this decision cannot be overstated. Selection of an appropriate thermodynamic model is crucial to the generation of valid physical properties, which are absolutely necessary for accurate heat transfer and pressure drop prediction. This webinar reviews the general concepts that underpin the methods employed by most property generation packages and provides guidance on appropriate model selection for a given fluid composition.
Registration deadline: May 18, 2021 (11:59 PM CDT)
Facilitated by Patrick Redmill
Senior Engineer, Software Development, graduated with a BS in Chemical Engineering from Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, USA, and then earned his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. While at Vanderbilt, he worked as a lab instructor and lecturer in the summer Pre-Engineering Program. His fields of specialization include large-scale scientific computation and molecular dynamics simulation. Redmill joined HTRI after working as a Software Developer on ProMax® at Bryan Research & Engineering, Bryan, Texas, USA. At HTRI, he has worked on updating the Xchanger Suite 7 online help and on maintaining Xist and Xace calculation engines. Redmill is currently evaluating heat transfer and pressure drop correlations for the next version of Xchanger Suite.