The thermodynamic model in CANARY can make a difference on your project.
CANARY uses the Peng-Robinson equation of state to calculate the thermodynamic properties of fluids. Given the storage conditions (temperature and pressure) and fluid composition (up to 10 components), CANARY calculates the compositions of the gas, aerosol, and/or liquid phases of the released fluid.
Quest uses the properties of fluids following a release as input to a number of vapor dispersion and fire models (also integrated into the CANARY software) which define hazard zones (i.e., toxic downwind travel distances, downwind distance to LFL, distance to thermal radiation levels from a fire, etc.).
Sample calculations are no longer available through the website. A full demonstration of the software and thermodynamic capabilities can be requested through the contact form at the bottom of every page.