IDAES Tutorials and Examples¶
The IDAES integrated platform (IDAES-IP) ships with a number of examples cotained in Jupyter notebooks which can be run on the user’s own computer. This page provides links to pre-generated forms of these examples. For instructions on downloading and running them on your own computer, see the IDAES-IP main documentation page.
Although all the files are examples in the broad sense, the distinction here between “Examples” and “Tutorials” is the amount of didactic content. In particular, Jupyter notebooks in the “Tutorials” section contain explicit exercise and solution cells (a cell is a section of code or text in a Jupyter notebook), whereas the “Examples” notebooks do not. When you download these examples to your own computer, for the tutorial notebooks you can choose to run the version that has only the exercises and no solutions.
- Hda Flowsheet With Distillation Solution
- Hda Flowsheet With Costing
- Methanol Synthesis
- Power Generation Flowsheets
- Surrogate modeling
- Unit models
- Feed Flash
- Heat Exchanger 0D
- Heat Exchanger 1D
- Heat Exchanger lc
- Heat Exchanger NTU
- Unit models
- IDAES Tutorials
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