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26-12-2018, 14:49

Free Download ProSim Simulis Thermodynamics with Component Plus

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ProSim Simulis Thermodynamics with Component Plus
ProSim Simulis Thermodynamics with Component Plus | 471.9 mb

ProSim has launched Simulis Thermodynamics 2.0.25, is a calculation server for thermophysical properties and phase equilibria calculations on pure components and mixtures.
What's new in Simulis Thermodynamics 2.0.25:

- New management of databases of binary interaction parameters: the user can now create his own private databases of binary interaction parameters in Simulis Thermodynamics. It also gives the possibility to choose among the databases at its disposal, the binary interaction parameters to be imported into its calculator.
- Possibility to define all of the electrolytes models as "True species" ones: speciation reactions used in reactive models are equilibrium reactions by default. If the user wants to describe a speciation reaction controlled by kinetics, it can't be described in the thermodynamic calculation server. So, all reactions must be computed inside the unit operation using, for instance, a reactor or a reactive flash or a distillation column in ProSimPlus, or by describing the model in Matlab or Excel.
- The calculation of the critical point of a mixture is now possible for most of the models which are based on a homogeneous approach (equations of state).
- SRK-KD model: the binary interaction parameters can now be entered directly in the calculator interface so that the default values are not used, which offers more flexibility and the possibility of fitting these parameters.
- PPR78 model: improved calculation performances.
- Update of reactive model databases.

ProSim Simulis Thermodynamics with Component Plus

About Simulis Thermodynamics. Simulis Thermodynamics provides engineering and research professionals with high-quality thermophysical properties calculations that can be plugged into any software of wider application range (i.e., equipment sizing, system modeling, etc.) using COM/DCOM technology. It is also available as an Excel add-in or a toolbox in MATLAB. The software provides access to over 300 functions, in particular for calculation of any type of transport properties (e.g., specific heat, viscosity), thermodynamic properties (e.g., enthalpy, compressibility factor) or phase equilibria (e.g., VLE, LLE, VLLE, salt formation) on multi-component mixtures. Simulis Thermodynamics offers an extensive set of services (e.g., flash, data regression, phase envelope), as well as comprehensive pure-component and binary-interaction databases.

About ProSim. During the entire decade of the 1970's, Professors Bernard Koehret and Xavier Joulia and their team from the renowned INPT-ENSIGC's chemical engineering research center created and developed a flowsheeting software based on a new approach. In 1989, to respond to the interest shown by industrial groups, they decided to enhance the value of their work in process modeling and optimization by creating ProSim.

ProSim remains an independent company, which is headquartered in Labège (Toulouse - France) and has an office in Philadelphia, PA in the United States.

ProSim provides worldwide process industries with state of the art simulation and optimization software to improve process design, increase plant efficiency or reduce impact on the environment. The success of the company comes not only from the efficiency, the robustness or the openness of the proposed software, but also from the quality of the associated services provided.

Product: ProSim Simulis Thermodynamics
Version: with Component Plus
Supported Architectures: x86
Website Home Page : www.prosim.net
Language: french, english, russian
System Requirements: PC
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7even or newer
Size: 471.9 mb
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