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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
Jun 1, 2014
#770
 
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Re: Perple_X

Alex, you can distinguish the NaN used to indicate the mode of an unstable phase from a NaN that indicates a bad calculation by tabulating any bulk volumetric
jadconnolly
May 6, 2014
#769
 
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Re: Perple_X

Hi Jamie Thanks again! Another thing: what if something did go wrong in the calculation, how then would you know if the NaN's in the tab file were actually as
perrin.alex
May 5, 2014
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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
May 1, 2014
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Re: Perple_X

alex, i'm sorry, i was wrong when i said that if a phase is listed then it's stable (i was thinking of mode 1 console output from werami). in tab file output,
jadconnolly
Apr 30, 2014
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Re: Perple_X

Hi Jamie Thanks for the response. See attached folder, discussion_group_question.tar.gz, for output files. I've also included the P-T data that I entered into
perrin.alex
Apr 30, 2014
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764

Re: Perple_X

Alex, if a phase is listed, then it is stable, NaNs mean something went wrong in the calculation of its physical properties. it's not possible for me to guess
jadconnolly
Apr 29, 2014
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NaN values

Hello all Just a question involving NaN values when using werami. I input a P-T profile in werami to find how the wt% of a phase e.g. phengite varies along
perrin.alex
Apr 29, 2014
#763
 
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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, 2014
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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, 2014
#761
 
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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, 2014
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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, 2014
#759
 
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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, 2014
#758
 
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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, 2014
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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,
DEBADITYA BANDYOPADHYAY
Apr 16, 2014
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