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 mixtureaveraged 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 mixtureaveraged transport manager, for example:>> gas = GRI30('Mix');
See also:
MultiDiffCoeffs()
 Parameters
a – Instance of class
Transport()
(or another object derived from Transport) for which mixtureaveraged diffusion coefficients are desired. Returns
Vector of length nSpecies with the mixtureaveraged 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 mixtureaveraged 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
Vector of length nSpecies with the multicomponent diffusion coefficients. 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/(mK)

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/mK

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