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EES Example



Typing equations is just like typing into a word processor. The equations can go in in any order and EES will automatically find the best way to solve the equations. Thermodynamic and transport property data for many fluids, such as R-12 used here, are provided with built-in functions. If you wish to see the equations formatted in a mathematical manner look at the Formatted Equations window. These equations can be cut and pasted into your favorite word processor. The Solution window contains the results for the outlet pressure equal to 300kPa. In order to see how the outlet pressure changes the outlet velocity and outlet temperature, a Parametric Table has been created. You put the bold numbers into the table and use the solve table command to find the outlet temperature and velocity for each outlet pressure. The results have been plotted in the Plot window.


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