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Re: werami and 1D path greetings philippe, the format is described at: http://www.perplex.ethz.ch/faq/WERAMI_GEOTHERM_FILE_FORMAT.txt
jadconnolly
Apr 18
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werami and 1D path Hi perplex users In werami, it is possible to compute properties along a 1D non-linear path. There are two options: (1) input manually the polynom constants or
Philippe Goncalves
Apr 18
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Re: immiscibility in melt model Dear Prof Connolly Thanks a lot for your response. Sincerely yours, *Debaditya Bandyopadhyay* Dept. of Geology. University of Calcutta. Kolkata, West Bengal.
DEBADITYA BANDYOPADHYAY
Apr 18
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Re: immiscibility in melt model Debaditya, re your questions: 1) the primary issue in perple_x is whether it correctly represents the immiscibility predicted by the thermodynamic data. this
jadconnolly
Apr 18
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Re: immiscibility in melt model Dear Prof Connolly, Thanks a lot for your quick response. I hope you would not mind if I ask you some more questions regarding this topic. 1. Thank you for
DEBADITYA BANDYOPADHYAY
Apr 17
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Re: immiscibility in melt model greetings debaditya, immiscibility is a common, real, phenomena in mineral solutions. it is therefore essential that you distinguish real from spurious solvi
jadconnolly
Apr 16
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immiscibility in melt model Dear Group Members, Hello, I am Debaditya, pursuing PhD from University of Calcutta. First I would like thank Perple_X group (specially Marcos García Arias,
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Apr 16
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Re: adding chlorite to assemblage minerals make immiscibility in pyr Elham, immiscibility is not a problem per se. it is only a problem if perple_x predicts it incorrectly. the predicted immiscibility in your calculation with
jadconnolly
Apr 8
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adding chlorite to assemblage minerals make immiscibility in pyroxen Hello in my pseudosecions without adding chlorite to my assemblage in dat file there is not any immiscibility in pyroxen bearing area in pseudosection but when
lhmsafarzadeh
Apr 8
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File - Rules of the list Rules of the List 1) There is no such thing as a stupid question--if you have encountered a problem, someone else may have too, ask away! 2) Partial answers
Perple_X@yahoogroups.com
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Re: XCO2 determination Debaditya, If I could just weigh-in on your original point no. 3 re: trying to model retrogression/amphibolitization in a metabasic rock, you must consider
Richard Palin
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Re: XCO2 determination [2 Attachments] Dear Yang Xiaoqiang, Thanks for your reply. I was amazed to know that, Perple_X doesn't ask for XCO2 for your calculation. In all my cases it asks for XCO2
DEBADITYA BANDYOPADHYAY
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Re: XCO2 determination [2 Attachments] Dear Debaditya for question 1. When I built the .dat file, I was not asked to set the XCO2 value. for question2. You need to redraw the pseudosection with
Yang Xiaoqiang
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Re: XCO2 determination Hi, Debaditya, Regarding XCO2, I think you should put 0. Adding CO2 to your starting material is only relevant if you know there is CO2 or carbon in the rocks
Garcia Arias, M, Dr <marcosgarias@sun.
Mar 28
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Re: XCO2 determination Dear Dr. Marcos García Arias, Thanks for your quick reply. My first question was to understand and put the value of XCO2 which Perple_X asks to create the
DEBADITYA BANDYOPADHYAY
Mar 28
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Re: XCO2 determination Dear Debaditya, 1) Whether you need CO2 or not in your calculations depends on how usual is to find CO2 in retrogressed metabasites. I'm more used with
Garcia Arias, M, Dr <marcosgarias@sun.
Mar 27
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XCO2 determination Dear Group Members, Hello, I am Debaditya, pursuing PhD from University of Calcutta. I have used Perple_X a bit in my masters' dissertation. But now I have
DEBADITYA BANDYOPADHYAY
Mar 27
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Re: immiscibility in Amphibole Dear professor Connolly Thank you very much for your quick response and your help. Best wishes Elham
lhmsafarzadeh
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Re: Duplication of phases in output alex, in general it is unwise to exclude all phases other than those that are "known" to be stable because then there are no phases left to limit the stability
jadconnolly
Mar 24
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Re: immiscibility in Amphibole greetings lhmsafarzadeh, in fact there is immiscibility shown in your phase diagram section, specifically, in all the phase fields where GlTrTsPg occurs twice.
jadconnolly
Mar 24
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Re: Duplication of phases in output Hi Jamie Thanks for the response! I've got a general follow up question... When deciding what phases to include/exclude for a particular composition, is it
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immiscibility in Amphibole Hello when I run the werami for making isopleth of Mg for amphiboles in my pseudo sections, the software ask this quastion: 2 immiscible phases of GlTrTsPg
lhmsafarzadeh
Mar 24
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Re: Duplication of phases in output greetings alex, re your questions: 1) the hp02ver data file contains massone & willner's (2008) data that was not used by hacker and that interferes with, and
jadconnolly
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Duplication of phases in output Hi everyone I've just started using perple_x, and I'm just trying to replicate some figures in papers to ensure that I'm using it correctly. I have several
perrin.alex
Mar 20
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Re: Werami: oxygen normalization with isopleths Hi, Sorry for the late reaction. I figured out that my question wasn't a good question. As was pointed out by Julien, werami can use the proportions (example
maarten_best
Mar 20
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Re: Choice of end-members in solution models with ordering Hah, thanks! I was indeed misunderstanding how Perple_X worked. I had thought that a positive linear correlation between defined endmembers was required both
bobmyhill
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Re: Choice of end-members in solution models with ordering bob, re your points: 1) i think you are confusing the site population space and the bulk composition space, something which is easily done because of the
jadconnolly
Mar 10
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Re: Choice of end-members in solution models with ordering Hi Jamie, Thanks for your quick response! I agree with you that the Powell et al., 1998 paper is exceptional - I needed to make a minimalist python clone of
bobmyhill
Mar 10
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Re: Werami: oxygen normalization with isopleths maarten and julien, sorry for not replying earlier but i have a hard time finding anything (and i still don't see maarten's message) on this site since yahoo
jadconnolly
Mar 10
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Re: Choice of end-members in solution models with ordering bob, in response to your first two questions (i have yet to read the last): 1) ordinarily perplex assumes that the composition space of a solution is the
jadconnolly
Mar 10
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