Transport Properties¶
Transport¶
- class Transport(th, model, loglevel)¶
Transport class constructor.
Create a new instance of class
Transport()
. One to three arguments may be supplied. The first must be an instance of classThermoPhase()
. The second (optional) argument is the type of model desired, specified by the string'default'
,'Mix'
or'Multi'
.'default'
uses the default transport specified in theXML_Node()
. The third argument is the logging level desired.- Parameters
th – Instance of class
ThermoPhase()
model – String indicating the transport model to use. Possible values are
'default'
,'None'
,'Mix'
, and'Multi'
. Optional.loglevel – Level of diagnostic logging. Default if not specified is 4.
- Returns
Instance of class
Transport()
- binDiffCoeffs(a)¶
Get the binary diffusion coefficents.
- Parameters
a – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport) for which binary diffusion coefficients are desired.- Returns
A matrix of binary diffusion coefficients. The matrix is symmetric: d(i,j) = d(j,i). Units: m**2/s
- electricalConductivity(a)¶
Get the electrical conductivity.
- Parameters
a – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport) for which the electrical conductivity is desired.- Returns
Electrical conductivity in S/m
- mixDiffCoeffs(a)¶
Get the mixture-averaged diffusion coefficients.
Object
a
must belong to a class derived from Transport, and that was constructed by specifying the'Mix'
option. If'Mix'
was not specified, you will get the error message**** Method getMixDiffCoeffs not implemented. ****
In this case, try method
multiDiffCoeffs()
, or create a new gas mixture model that uses a mixture-averaged transport manager, for example:>> gas = GRI30('Mix');
See also:
MultiDiffCoeffs()
- Parameters
a – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport) for which mixture-averaged diffusion coefficients are desired.- Returns
Vector of length nSpecies with the mixture-averaged diffusion coefficients. Units: m**2/s
- multiDiffCoeffs(a)¶
Get the multicomponent diffusion coefficients.
Object
a
must belong to a class derived from Transport, and that was constructed by specifying the'Multi'
option. If'Multi'
was not specified, you will get the error message**** Method getMultiDiffCoeffs not implemented. ****
In this case, try method
mixDiffCoeffs()
, or create a new gas mixture model that uses a mixture-averaged transport manager, for example:>> gas = GRI30('Multi');
- Parameters
a – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport) for which multicomponent diffusion coefficients are desired.- Returns
Matrix of size [nSpecies, nSpecies] with the multicomponent diffusion coefficients D(i,j), the diffusion coefficient for species i due to concentration gradients in species j. Units: m^2/s
- setParameters(tr, type, k, p)¶
Set the parameters.
Set parameters of the
Transport()
instance. Not defined for all transport types.- Parameters
tr – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport)type –
k –
p –
- setThermalConductivity(tr, lam)¶
Set the thermal conductivity.
This method can only be used with transport models that support directly setting the value of the thermal conductivity.
- Parameters
tr – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport)lam – Thermal conductivity in W/(m-K)
- thermalConductivity(a)¶
Get the thermal conductivity.
- Parameters
a – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport) for which the thermal conductivity is desired.- Returns
Thermal conductivity. Units: W/m-K
- thermalDiffCoeffs(a)¶
Get the thermal diffusion coefficients.
Object
a
must belong to a class derived from Transport, and that was constructed by specifying the'Multi'
option. If'Multi'
was not specified, the returned values will all be zero.- Parameters
a – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport) for which the thermal diffusion coefficients are desired.- Returns
Vector of thermal diffusion coefficients of length nSpecies
- viscosity(a)¶
Get the dynamic viscosity.
- Parameters
a – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport) for which the viscosity is desired.- Returns
Dynamic viscosity. Units: Pa*s