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EES (Engineering Equation Solver)


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Introduction

EES is a powerful tool forsolving engineering problems and is relatively easy to learn. It isparticularly useful in solving thermodynamic and heat transfer problems sinceit offers several built-in libraries comprising of thermodynamic andthermophysical properties, hence there is no need to look these values up intables. Moreover, algebraic mistakes are not a concern and the use of EES istime efficient in solving complicated engineering problems. One major advantageto EES is that it can solve a system of simultaneous equations, which is noteasy to do using Excel. This includes a system with a transcendental equation(i.e. one in which the dependent variable cannot be isolated).

This introduction is to help youget started with EES. If additional help is required, you can refer to the Help Window within the software or the PDF manual available on line. To aide inyour introduction of the software an example problem from your textbook (Moranand Shapiro) is solved using EES. The solution of the problem and descriptionof specific functions in EES are based on the PC version of EES, however thereis little difference in the Mac version. There are additional example problemslisted under the Examples menu in EES. When you are working on your homeworksets, it may be useful to search for similar problems in this menu.

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  • 2 weeks later...

whel! I have Instalation files and user manual!

If its intresting for you tell me to send 4 u!

I want to test this!

amrat.shreshtha@gmail.com

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