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I’m new to using Octave, and even newer to calling wrappers from it. I have installed CoolProp and tested it’s functionality. I came across a wrapper for CoolProp that uses Imperial (English) units. Because of the frequency of calculations that I need to do, I would prefer to adhere to a common unit system, so I’m trying to work with EngCoolProp
I was able to install EngCoolProp, but I have not been able to figure out how to call the function from within Octave. My understanding of python is VERY limited.
I ran some simple commands from the Examples section
ec = EC_Fluid(symbol=“N2”, T=530.0,P=100.0 )
Please give a good example.
- What did I expect to happen and what did happen?
- OS: Dell Precision M6800 Kubuntu 20.10
- Octave version: e.g. Version 5.2.0
- Installation method: e.g. *** Downloaded and installed via Octave for Debian systems - Octave ***