% Copyright (C) 2001, James B. Rawlings and John G. Ekerdt
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% This script file solves the multimedia example STR_CSTR
% that illustrates how a STR approaches the steady state and
% becomes a CSTR at sufficiently long time.
% It was developed February 1999, last edited February 8, 1999.
%
% This program is modified here for an example to be inserted into the text
% Last edited by Ekerdt on June 15, 2001
global k theta caf
caf = 2; %gmoles/liter
%cao = input('Enter the initial concentration of A in gmole/liter. ');
%k = input('Enter the rate constant in min^{-1}. ');
%theta = input('Enter the reactor residence time in min. ');
%tf = input('Enter the integration time in min. ');
%set the default values at cao = 0, k = 0.1, theta = 100, tf = 120
%disp('The steady state reactor concentration of A in gmole/liter is ')
cao = 0;
k = 0.1;
theta = 100;
tf=120;
c_ss = caf/(1 + k*theta);
t = [0:.1:tf]';
c_o = [cao];
tff = (10*tf)+1;
opts = odeset ('AbsTol', sqrt (eps), 'RelTol', sqrt (eps));
[tsolver, solution] = ode15s (@mat_bal, t, c_o, opts);
answer=[t solution c_ss*ones(tff,1)];
cao = 2.0;
c_o = [cao];
opts = odeset ('AbsTol', sqrt (eps), 'RelTol', sqrt (eps));
[tsolver, solution1] = ode15s (@mat_bal, t, c_o, opts);
answer1=[t solution1 c_ss*ones(tff,1)];
answer = [answer solution1];
save -ascii strcstr.dat answer;
if (~ strcmp (getenv ('OMIT_PLOTS'), 'true')) % PLOTTING
plot (answer(:,1), answer(:,[2,4,3]));
% TITLE
end % PLOTTING