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## Prode Properties

In Prode Properties Cracked 2022 Latest Version you perform a traditional two-phase or multiphase separation that uses a fractionation column. This is done using a chromatographic column as a fractionator. You can operate the column with the same thermodynamic conditions that are used in a real industrial application. When you end the run, Prode Properties is doing the calculations for you and gives you all the information that you need about the system. The first phase of the separation consists of the adsorption of the species that you want to separate. Prode Properties performs the calculations in two steps: in the first one, all the concentrations of each of the components in the liquid and gas phases are calculated. In the second step, it gives you the concentration of each of the components in the product, and all the parameters that are needed to describe the liquid and gaseous products. At the end of the process, you can export the results to Excel, MATLAB, MS Office, or any spreadsheet application that has the necessary numerical tools. You can even use Prode Properties as an add-in to your existing spreadsheet application to be able to perform calculations that you want. General Features: • Support for fractionation columns • Support for different species • GUI interface for the design of the separation • Interface with Microsoft Excel or MATLAB for exporting the results to an external spreadsheet application. • Combining the liquid and the vapor fraction is possible, both for adsorption and desorption • Uses a set of thermodynamic constants for all the operations of the separation • Pressures and volumes are expressed in mbars and in m³/m² • Use an initial concentration profile • Use an initial profile that depends on pressure • Allows you to use different equations to estimate the isotherms and the osmotic pressures • Allows you to calculate the equilibrium constant, the Pfeiffer number and the ideal gas equation • Allows you to calculate the separation factor • Allows you to calculate the equilibrium, working, and product concentrations for a given species • Calculates the amount of the species that is in the liquid phase, the amount that is in the gas phase, and the amount in the solid phase • Use a given initial profile for the initial separation • If the mixture contains more than one species, it is possible to use several initial profiles, one for each component • Allows you to operate the column with the same thermodynamic conditions that are used in a real industrial application