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Macros  
#define  SQUARE(x) ((x) * (x)) 
#define  DSIGN(x) (( (x) == (0.0) ) ? (0.0) : ( ((x) > 0.0) ? 1.0 : 1.0 )) 
#define  VCS_SUCCESS 0 
#define  VCS_NOMEMORY 1 
#define  VCS_FAILED_CONVERGENCE 1 
#define  VCS_SHOULDNT_BE_HERE 2 
#define  VCS_PUB_BAD 3 
#define  VCS_THERMO_OUTOFRANGE 4 
#define  VCS_FAILED_LOOKUP 5 
#define  VCS_MP_FAIL 6 
Type of the underlying equilibrium solve  
#define  VCS_PROBTYPE_TP 0 
Current, it is always done holding T and P constant.  
Sizes of Phases and Cutoff Mole Numbers  
All size parameters are listed here  
#define  VCS_RELDELETE_SPECIES_CUTOFF 1.0e64 
Cutoff relative mole fraction value, below which species are deleted from the equilibrium problem.  
#define  VCS_DELETE_MINORSPECIES_CUTOFF 1.0e140 
Cutoff relative mole number value, below which species are deleted from the equilibrium problem.  
#define  VCS_SMALL_MULTIPHASE_SPECIES 1.0e25 
Relative value of multiphase species mole number for a multiphase species which is small.  
#define  VCS_DELETE_PHASE_CUTOFF 1.0e13 
Cutoff relative moles below which a phase is deleted from the equilibrium problem.  
#define  VCS_POP_PHASE_MOLENUM 1.0e11 
Relative mole number of species in a phase that is created We want this to be comfortably larger than the VCS_DELETE_PHASE_CUTOFF value so that the phase can have a chance to survive.  
#define  VCS_DELETE_ELEMENTABS_CUTOFF 1.0e280 
Cutoff moles below which a phase or species which comprises the bulk of an element's total concentration is deleted.  
#define  VCS_MAXSTEPS 50000 
Maximum steps in the inner loop.  
State of Dimensional Units for Gibbs free energies  
#define  VCS_NONDIMENSIONAL_G 1 
nondimensional  
#define  VCS_DIMENSIONAL_G 0 
dimensioned  
Species Categories used during the iteration  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_COMPONENT_STOICHZERO 3 
Species is a component which can never be nonzero because of a stoichiometric constraint.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_COMPONENT 2 
Species is a component which can be nonzero.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_MAJOR 1 
Species is a major species.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_MINOR 0 
Species is a major species.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_SMALLMS 1 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase, with a small phase concentration.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_ZEROEDMS 2 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase with concentration zero.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_ZEROEDSS 3 
Species is a SS phase, that is currently zeroed out.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_DELETED 4 
Species has such a small mole fraction it is deleted even though its phase may possibly exist.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_INTERFACIALVOLTAGE 5 
Species refers to an electron in the metal.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_ZEROEDPHASE 6 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase that is zeroed atm.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_ACTIVEBUTZERO 7 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase that is active, but species concentration is zero.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_STOICHZERO 8 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase that is active, but species concentration is zero due to stoich constraint.  
Phase Categories used during the iteration  
#define  VCS_PHASE_EXIST_ALWAYS 3 
Always exists because it contains inerts which can't exist in any other phase.  
#define  VCS_PHASE_EXIST_YES 2 
Phase is a normal phase that currently exists.  
#define  VCS_PHASE_EXIST_MINORCONC 1 
Phase is a normal phase that exists in a small concentration.  
#define  VCS_PHASE_EXIST_NO 0 
Phase doesn't currently exist in the mixture.  
#define  VCS_PHASE_EXIST_ZEROEDPHASE 6 
Phase currently is zeroed due to a programmatic issue.  
Units for the chemical potential data and pressure variables  
Chem_Pot Pres vol moles  VCS_UNITS_KCALMOL = kcal/mol Pa m**3 kmol VCS_UNITS_UNITLESS = MU / RT > no units Pa m**3 kmol VCS_UNITS_KJMOL = kJ / mol Pa m**3 kmol VCS_UNITS_KELVIN = KELVIN > MU / R Pa m**3 kmol VCS_UNITS_MKS = Joules / Kmol (Cantera) Pa m**3 kmol Energy: VCS_UNITS_KCALMOL = kcal/mol VCS_UNITS_UNITLESS = MU / RT > no units VCS_UNITS_KJMOL = kJ / mol VCS_UNITS_KELVIN = KELVIN > MU / R VCS_UNITS_MKS = J / kmol Pressure: (Pref and Pres) VCS_UNITS_KCALMOL = Pa VCS_UNITS_UNITLESS = Pa VCS_UNITS_KJMOL = Pa VCS_UNITS_KELVIN = Pa VCS_UNITS_MKS = Pa = kg / m s2  
#define  VCS_UNITS_KCALMOL 1 
#define  VCS_UNITS_UNITLESS 0 
#define  VCS_UNITS_KJMOL 1 
#define  VCS_UNITS_KELVIN 2 
#define  VCS_UNITS_MKS 3 
Types of Element Constraint Equations  
There may be several different types of element constraints handled by the equilibrium program. These defines are used to assign each constraint to one category.  
#define  VCS_ELEM_TYPE_TURNEDOFF 1 
An element constraint that is current turned off.  
#define  VCS_ELEM_TYPE_ABSPOS 0 
Normal element constraint consisting of positive coefficients for the formula matrix.  
#define  VCS_ELEM_TYPE_ELECTRONCHARGE 1 
This refers to conservation of electrons.  
#define  VCS_ELEM_TYPE_CHARGENEUTRALITY 2 
This refers to a charge neutrality of a single phase.  
#define  VCS_ELEM_TYPE_LATTICERATIO 3 
Constraint associated with maintaining a fixed lattice stoichiometry in the solids.  
#define  VCS_ELEM_TYPE_KINETICFROZEN 4 
Constraint associated with maintaining frozen kinetic equilibria in some functional groups within molecules.  
#define  VCS_ELEM_TYPE_SURFACECONSTRAINT 5 
Constraint associated with the maintenance of a surface phase.  
#define  VCS_ELEM_TYPE_OTHERCONSTRAINT 6 
Other constraint equations.  
Types of Species Unknowns in the problem  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_TYPE_MOLNUM 0 
Unknown refers to mole number of a single species.  
#define  VCS_SPECIES_TYPE_INTERFACIALVOLTAGE 5 
Unknown refers to the voltage level of a phase.  
Types of State Calculations within VCS  
These values determine where the results are stored within the VCS_SOLVE object.  
#define  VCS_STATECALC_UNKNOWN 1 
State Calculation is currently in an unknown state.  
#define  VCS_STATECALC_OLD 0 
State Calculation based on the old or base mole numbers.  
#define  VCS_STATECALC_NEW 1 
State Calculation based on the new or tentative mole numbers.  
#define  VCS_STATECALC_PHASESTABILITY 2 
State Calculation based on tentative mole numbers for a phase which is currently zeroed, but is being evaluated for whether it should pop back into existence.  
#define  VCS_STATECALC_TMP 3 
State Calculation based on a temporary set of mole numbers.  
Defines and definitions within the vcs package.
Definition in file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_SUCCESS 0 
ERROR CODES
Definition at line 37 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_basopt(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_elem_rearrange(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prep(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prep_oneTime(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_specify(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_specifyFully(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_update(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_report(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_TP().
#define VCS_PROBTYPE_TP 0 
Current, it is always done holding T and P constant.
Definition at line 54 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_RELDELETE_SPECIES_CUTOFF 1.0e64 
Cutoff relative mole fraction value, below which species are deleted from the equilibrium problem.
Definition at line 67 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_recheck_deleted(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP().
#define VCS_DELETE_MINORSPECIES_CUTOFF 1.0e140 
Cutoff relative mole number value, below which species are deleted from the equilibrium problem.
Definition at line 73 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_add_all_deleted(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_basopt(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_birthGuess(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_chemPotPhase(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_deltag(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_dfe(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_minor_alt_calc(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_phaseStabilityTest(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_printSpeciesChemPot(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_report(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_SMALL_MULTIPHASE_SPECIES 1.0e25 
Relative value of multiphase species mole number for a multiphase species which is small.
Definition at line 79 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_RxnStepSizes().
#define VCS_DELETE_PHASE_CUTOFF 1.0e13 
Cutoff relative moles below which a phase is deleted from the equilibrium problem.
Definition at line 85 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_popPhaseRxnStepSizes(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_RxnStepSizes(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP().
#define VCS_POP_PHASE_MOLENUM 1.0e11 
Relative mole number of species in a phase that is created We want this to be comfortably larger than the VCS_DELETE_PHASE_CUTOFF value so that the phase can have a chance to survive.
Definition at line 92 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_DELETE_ELEMENTABS_CUTOFF 1.0e280 
Cutoff moles below which a phase or species which comprises the bulk of an element's total concentration is deleted.
Definition at line 100 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_popPhasePossible().
#define VCS_MAXSTEPS 50000 
Maximum steps in the inner loop.
Definition at line 105 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_NONDIMENSIONAL_G 1 
#define VCS_DIMENSIONAL_G 0 
dimensioned
Definition at line 118 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_dfe(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_nondim_TP(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_redim_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_report().
#define VCS_SPECIES_COMPONENT_STOICHZERO 3 
Species is a component which can never be nonzero because of a stoichiometric constraint.
These defines are valid values for spStatus()
An example of this would be a species that contains Ni. But, the amount of Ni elements is exactly zero.
Definition at line 134 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_SPECIES_COMPONENT 2 
Species is a component which can be nonzero.
Definition at line 137 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_popPhaseRxnStepSizes().
#define VCS_SPECIES_MAJOR 1 
Species is a major species.
A major species is either a species in a multicomponent phase with significant concentration or it's a Stoich Phase
Definition at line 144 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::l2normdg(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_delete_species(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_popPhaseRxnStepSizes(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_specifyFully(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_rxn_adj_cg(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_RxnStepSizes(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_SPECIES_MINOR 0 
Species is a major species.
A major species is either a species in a multicomponent phase with significant concentration or it's a Stoich Phase
Definition at line 151 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::l2normdg(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_deltag(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_dfe(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_popPhaseRxnStepSizes(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_rxn_adj_cg(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_SPECIES_SMALLMS 1 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase, with a small phase concentration.
The species lies in a multicomponent phase that exists. It concentration is currently very low, necessitating a different method of calculation.
Definition at line 159 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_SPECIES_ZEROEDMS 2 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase with concentration zero.
The species lies in a multicomponent phase which currently doesn't exist. It concentration is currently zero.
Definition at line 166 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::l2normdg(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_delete_multiphase(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_dfe(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_printSpeciesChemPot(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_SPECIES_ZEROEDSS 3 
Species is a SS phase, that is currently zeroed out.
The species lies in a singlespecies phase which is currently zereod out.
Definition at line 173 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_printSpeciesChemPot(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_SPECIES_DELETED 4 
Species has such a small mole fraction it is deleted even though its phase may possibly exist.
The species is believed to have such a small mole fraction that it best to throw the calculation of it out. It will be added back in at the end of the calculation.
Definition at line 182 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_chemPotPhase(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_delete_species().
#define VCS_SPECIES_INTERFACIALVOLTAGE 5 
Species refers to an electron in the metal.
The unknown is equal to the interfacial voltage drop across the interface on the SHE (standard hyrdogen electrode) scale (volts).
Definition at line 190 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_SPECIES_ZEROEDPHASE 6 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase that is zeroed atm.
The species lies in a multicomponent phase that is currently deleted and will stay deleted due to a choice from a higher level. These species will formally always have zero mole numbers in the solution vector.
Definition at line 199 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_dfe(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_printSpeciesChemPot(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_RxnStepSizes(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_SPECIES_ACTIVEBUTZERO 7 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase that is active, but species concentration is zero.
The species lies in a multicomponent phase which currently does exist. It concentration is currently identically zero, though the phase exists. Note, this is a temporary condition that exists at the start of an equilibrium problem. The species is soon "birthed" or "deleted".
Definition at line 208 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_SPECIES_STOICHZERO 8 
Species lies in a multicomponent phase that is active, but species concentration is zero due to stoich constraint.
The species lies in a multicomponent phase which currently does exist. Its concentration is currently identically zero, though the phase exists. This is a permanent condition due to stoich constraints.
An example of this would be a species that contains Ni. But, the amount of Ni elements in the current problem statement is exactly zero.
Definition at line 219 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_RxnStepSizes(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_PHASE_EXIST_ALWAYS 3 
Always exists because it contains inerts which can't exist in any other phase.
These defines are valid values for the phase existence flag
Definition at line 229 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by vcs_VolPhase::setMolesFromVCS(), vcs_VolPhase::setTotalMoles(), vcs_VolPhase::setTotalMolesInert(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_delete_species().
#define VCS_PHASE_EXIST_YES 2 
Phase is a normal phase that currently exists.
Definition at line 232 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by vcs_VolPhase::setMoleFractionsState(), vcs_VolPhase::setMolesFromVCS(), vcs_VolPhase::setTotalMoles(), vcs_VolPhase::setTotalMolesInert(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_PHASE_EXIST_MINORCONC 1 
Phase is a normal phase that exists in a small concentration.
Concentration is so small that it must be calculated using an alternate method
Definition at line 239 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_PHASE_EXIST_NO 0 
Phase doesn't currently exist in the mixture.
Definition at line 242 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::recheck_deleted_phase(), vcs_VolPhase::setExistence(), vcs_VolPhase::setMoleFractionsState(), vcs_VolPhase::setMolesFromVCS(), vcs_VolPhase::setTotalMoles(), vcs_VolPhase::setTotalMolesInert(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP().
#define VCS_PHASE_EXIST_ZEROEDPHASE 6 
Phase currently is zeroed due to a programmatic issue.
We zero phases because we want to follow phase stability boundaries.
Definition at line 248 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::recheck_deleted_phase(), vcs_VolPhase::setExistence(), vcs_VolPhase::setMoleFractionsState(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_ELEM_TYPE_TURNEDOFF 1 
An element constraint that is current turned off.
Definition at line 298 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_ELEM_TYPE_ABSPOS 0 
Normal element constraint consisting of positive coefficients for the formula matrix.
All species have positive coefficients within the formula matrix. With this constraint, we may employ various strategies to handle small values of the element number successfully.
Definition at line 307 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_PROB::resizeElements(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_basopt(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_initSizes(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_nondim_TP(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_phasePopDeterminePossibleList(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_popPhasePossible(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_popPhaseRxnStepSizes(), VCS_PROB::VCS_PROB(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_specifyFully(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type().
#define VCS_ELEM_TYPE_ELECTRONCHARGE 1 
This refers to conservation of electrons.
Electrons may have positive or negative values in the Formula matrix.
Definition at line 313 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by vcs_VolPhase::transferElementsFM().
#define VCS_ELEM_TYPE_CHARGENEUTRALITY 2 
This refers to a charge neutrality of a single phase.
Charge neutrality may have positive or negative values in the Formula matrix.
Definition at line 319 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by vcs_VolPhase::transferElementsFM(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_specifyFully().
#define VCS_ELEM_TYPE_LATTICERATIO 3 
Constraint associated with maintaining a fixed lattice stoichiometry in the solids.
The constraint may have positive or negative values. The lattice 0 species will have negative values while higher lattices will have positive values
Definition at line 327 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_specifyFully().
#define VCS_ELEM_TYPE_KINETICFROZEN 4 
Constraint associated with maintaining frozen kinetic equilibria in some functional groups within molecules.
We seek here to say that some functional groups or ionic states should be treated as if they are separate elements given the time scale of the problem. This will be abs positive constraint. We have not implemented any examples yet. A requirement will be that we must be able to add and subtract these constraints.
Definition at line 337 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_ELEM_TYPE_SURFACECONSTRAINT 5 
Constraint associated with the maintenance of a surface phase.
We don't have any examples of this yet either. However, surfaces only exist because they are interfaces between bulk layers. If we want to treat surfaces within thermodynamic systems we must come up with a way to constrain their total number.
Definition at line 346 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_ELEM_TYPE_OTHERCONSTRAINT 6 
#define VCS_SPECIES_TYPE_MOLNUM 0 
Unknown refers to mole number of a single species.
Definition at line 360 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_PROB::prob_report(), vcs_VolPhase::resize(), VCS_PROB::resizeSpecies(), vcs_VolPhase::transferElementsFM(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_inest(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_initSizes(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prep_oneTime(), VCS_PROB::VCS_PROB(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_report(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_tmoles().
#define VCS_SPECIES_TYPE_INTERFACIALVOLTAGE 5 
Unknown refers to the voltage level of a phase.
Typically, these species are electrons in metals. There is an infinite supply of them. However, their electrical potential is ddefined by the interface voltage.
Definition at line 368 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::delta_species(), vcs_MultiPhaseEquil::determine_PhaseStability(), vcs_MultiPhaseEquil::equilibrate_TP(), VCS_PROB::prob_report(), vcs_VolPhase::setMolesFromVCS(), vcs_VolPhase::transferElementsFM(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_basopt(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_birthGuess(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_chemPotPhase(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_delete_multiphase(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_delete_species(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_deltag(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_deltag_Phase(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_dfe(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_elab(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_GibbsPhase(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_globStepDamp(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_inest(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_minor_alt_calc(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_nondim_TP(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_printSpeciesChemPot(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_specifyFully(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_update(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_redim_TP(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_report(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_RxnStepSizes(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_species_type(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_zero_species().
#define VCS_STATECALC_UNKNOWN 1 
State Calculation is currently in an unknown state.
Definition at line 379 of file vcs_defs.h.
#define VCS_STATECALC_OLD 0 
State Calculation based on the old or base mole numbers.
Definition at line 381 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::delta_species(), vcs_VolPhase::resize(), vcs_VolPhase::setMolesFromVCS(), vcs_VolPhase::updateFromVCS_MoleNumbers(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_add_all_deleted(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_delete_species(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_deltag(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_deltag_Phase(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_dfe(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_inest(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_phaseStabilityTest(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_report(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_updateVP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_VolTotal().
#define VCS_STATECALC_NEW 1 
State Calculation based on the new or tentative mole numbers.
Definition at line 384 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by vcs_VolPhase::setMolesFromVCS(), vcs_VolPhase::updateFromVCS_MoleNumbers(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_add_all_deleted(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_deltag(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_deltag_Phase(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_dfe(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_globStepDamp(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_inest(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_printSpeciesChemPot(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_recheck_deleted(), VCS_SOLVE::vcs_solve_TP(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_updateVP().
#define VCS_STATECALC_PHASESTABILITY 2 
State Calculation based on tentative mole numbers for a phase which is currently zeroed, but is being evaluated for whether it should pop back into existence.
Definition at line 389 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by VCS_SOLVE::vcs_phaseStabilityTest().
#define VCS_STATECALC_TMP 3 
State Calculation based on a temporary set of mole numbers.
Definition at line 392 of file vcs_defs.h.
Referenced by vcs_VolPhase::setMoleFractions(), vcs_VolPhase::setMoleFractionsState(), and VCS_SOLVE::vcs_prob_update().