## Notebook Examples

This is a list of currently available example notebooks for `Clapeyron.jl`

:

Ideal Equations of State: Examples of how one can use ideal equations of state within

`Clapeyron.jl`

, whether it be supplementing a residual equation of state or independently.Cubic equations of state: Examples of how one can use cubic equations of state, along with customizing those with different α-functions, Volume translation or mixing rules.

SAFT equations of state: Examples of how one can use SAFT-type equations.

Activity models: Examples on how to use activity models, standalone or as a mixing rule in a cubic equation of state.

User defined equations of state: Example of how to implement a new equation of state within

`Clapeyron.jl`

. In this case will be the SAFT-VR Mie+AT model developed by*Walker et al*. which is simply a modification of the regular SAFT-VR Mie equation of state.Miscellaneous pure vapour-liquid equilibrium properties: Examples of pure component vapour-liquid equilibrium properties

Mixing functions: Examples of calculation of mixing and excess properties

Multi-component equilibrium and critical points: Examples of the various equilibrium and critical properties. focused on the uncommon, more-complex types of diagrams.

Differential Evolution Flash Algorithm in

`Clapeyron.jl`

: demonstration of a multicomponent flash algorithm for use with`Clapeyron.jl`

, which utilizes the excellent differential evolution black box optimization algorithms in`BlackBoxOptim.jl`

.Parameter Estimation Framework: demonstration of how the parameter estimation framework works, using

`BlackBoxOptim.jl`

as optimizer.