Process Calculator Demo App

Process Calculator Demo App

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+ By Kuldeep Varma and Goutam Gupta

This is a demo app, just to show the calculations available in the Full Version. Please buy the Full Version to do calculations.

A chemical process is best understood with quantification of the process parameters. For example to decide propane vessel design pressure, one needs to know propane vapor pressure.

We provide a Calculator that enables users to calculate:

Equipment sizing:
-Vessel sizing
-Vessel plate thickness
-Nozzle sizing
-Pipes for liquids
-Pipes for gases
-Gas control valve
-Liquid control valve
-Compressor power
-Pump power
-Fan power
- Agitator power

Component properties:
-Molecular weight
-Vapor pressure
-Latent heat
-K value (y/x)
-Boiling point
-Critical conditions
- Gibbs free energy
- Heat of formation
- Vapor specific heat
- Liquid specific heat
- Gas/vapor density
- Liquid density
- Liquid viscosity
- Vapor,liquid thermal conductivity
- K(Cp/Cv)

Mixture properties:
- K (cp/cv)
- Bubble pressure
- Dew pressure
- Freezing point

Unit converter:
- Length
- Area
- Temperature
- Pressure
- Mass
- Energy
-Specific heat
-Heat transfer coefficient
-Thermal conductivity
-Concentration units
-Volume rate to mass rate.

Each screen provides easy to use interface and instructions to calculate.

All calculations in this application are based on Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, Publisher: McGraw-Hill.

This solution is also available on the web at

A must have calculator for personnel in chemical industry.

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Comments and ratings for Process Calculator Demo App
  • (66 stars)

    by Konrad Miller on 09/01/2013

    Could be an excellent app. Needs to source therm data and cite design equations used. A bubble temperature calculator for a given solution/pressure would be nice too

  • (66 stars)

    by A Google User on 11/07/2012

    There seem to be some issues with the adequate representation of numbers. E.g., 0 Deg Celsius is converted to 273.00 K. (t should be 273.15K). The scientific notation of pressure conversions does not have enough significant figures to produce useful resul