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solution giving me imaginary answers.. Help me with this.

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Ahmed Saleem
Ahmed Saleem on 2 Jan 2021
Commented: Ahmed Saleem on 6 Jan 2021
syms x1 x2 A gamma1 gamma2 y1 y2 P P1sat P2sat T
eqn1= P1sat==exp(16.59158 -(3643.31/(T -33.424)));
eqn2= P2sat==exp(14.25326 -(2665.54/(T -53.424)));
eqn3= x1*gamma1*P1sat==y1*P;
eqn4= x2*gamma2*P2sat==y2*P;
eqn5= y1-0.6==0;
eqn6= y1+y2-1==0;
eqn7= x1+x2==1;
eqn8= T==318.15;
eqn9= A==2.771-(0.00523*T);
eqn10= log(gamma1)==A*(x2.^2);
eqn11= log(gamma2)==A*(x1.^2);
solution=solve(eqn1,eqn2,eqn3,eqn4,eqn5,eqn6,eqn7,eqn8,eqn9,eqn10,eqn11);
p1sat=vpa(solution.P1sat)
p2sat=vpa(solution.P2sat)
p=vpa(solution.P)
Gamma1=vpa(solution.gamma1)
Gamma2=vpa(solution.gamma2)
Y1=vpa(solution.y1)
Y2=vpa(solution.y2)
X1=vpa(solution.x1)
X2=vpa(solution.x2)

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John D'Errico
John D'Errico on 2 Jan 2021
You've asked this same question in subtly different forms how many times so far now? What leads you to conclude that only real solutions exist to any problem you might pose? Do you even know that the equations you wrote are consistent with real solutions?
I might add that at least 4 (actually 6) of the equations you wrote are trivial, equivalent to setting a variable to some constant.

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Answers (1)

John D'Errico
John D'Errico on 2 Jan 2021
To be more clear, equations 5,6,8,9 merely establish the value of y1,y2,T,A.
eqn5= y1-0.6==0;
eqn6= y1+y2-1==0;
eqn8= T==318.15;
eqn9= A==2.771-(0.00523*T);
I might as well have written:
y1 = 0.6;
y2 = 0.4;
T = 318.5;
A = 2.771-(0.00523*T);
And if you know T, then you also have P1sat and P2sat.
P1sat = exp(16.59158 -(3643.31/(T -33.424)));
P2sat = exp(14.25326 -(2665.54/(T -53.424)));
That leaves us with x1, x2, gamma1, gamma2 and P.
syms x1 x2 gamma1 gamma2 P
eqn3 = x1*gamma1*P1sat==y1*P;
eqn4 = x2*gamma2*P2sat==y2*P;
eqn7 = x1+x2 == 1;
eqn10 = log(gamma1)==A*(x2.^2);
eqn11 = log(gamma2)==A*(x1.^2);
sol = solve(eqn3,eqn4,eqn7,eqn10,eqn11,x1,x2,gamma1,gamma2,P)
Warning: Unable to solve symbolically. Returning a numeric solution using vpasolve.
> In sym/solve (line 304)
sol =
struct with fields:
x1: [1×1 sym]
x2: [1×1 sym]
gamma1: [1×1 sym]
gamma2: [1×1 sym]
P: [1×1 sym]
>> sol.x1
ans =
0.8161257046806368534733958569207
>> sol.x2
ans =
0.1838742953193631465266041430793
>> sol.gamma1
ans =
1.0380750288907764948708262904108
>> sol.gamma2
ans =
2.0879041697203424520424357591268
>> sol.P
ans =
63.844534426775701154639919217143
I fail to see the problem?

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Ahmed Saleem
Ahmed Saleem on 2 Jan 2021
Thnx for the info... but i managed to get my answer. Although My Questions are from same project but are unique comparetively.Since i am new to this software its not a childsplay for me... Hope u understand.
Alex Sha
Alex Sha on 6 Jan 2021
try to solve by 1stOpt:
code
Parameter x1 x2 A gamma1 gamma2 y1 y2 P P1sat P2sat T;
Function
P1sat=exp(16.59158 -(3643.31/(T -33.424)));
P2sat=exp(14.25326 -(2665.54/(T -53.424)));
x1*gamma1*P1sat=y1*P;
x2*gamma2*P2sat=y2*P;
y1-0.6=0;
y1+y2-1=0;
x1+x2=1;
T=318.15;
A=2.771-(0.00523*T);
ln(gamma1)=A*(x2^2);
ln(gamma2)=A*(x1^2);
result
x1: 0.816926526825341
x2: 0.183073473174603
a: 1.10707550000003
gamma1: 1.03780159822678
gamma2: 2.09348012814114
y1: 0.600000000000015
y2: 0.400000000000254
p: 62.8944737659463
p1sat: 44.5109029498676
p2sat: 65.6414574862544
t: 318.15

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