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A must have calculator for personnel in hydrocarbon/chemical industry.
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Chemical Engineering decisions are based on data and calculations. Also quantification enhances understanding of a chemical process. For example to decide propane vessel design pressure, one needs to know propane vapor pressure.
This Calculator provides data and established models to users:
Following models/data are included-
-Vessel plate thickness
-Pipes for liquids
-Pipes for gases
-Gas control valve
-Liquid control valve
- Agitator power
-K value (y/x)
- 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)
- Bubble pressure
- Dew pressure
- Freezing point
-Heat transfer coefficient
-Volume rate to mass rate.
Each screen provides easy to use interface and instructions to calculate. Currently these calculations are in SI Units only.
Equations in this app are based on Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, Publisher: McGraw-Hill.
This solution is also available on the web at http://www.processglobe.com/Home.aspx
A must have calculator for personnel in chemical industry.
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by Ridwan Usman
Jul 11, 2013 | "Great"
by Vivekanandan Theagarajan
Apr 10, 2013 | "Awesome"
I have been using it extensively for last 2 months. I hardly found any error in the results in every parameter including mixture properties. Works based on Penng Robinson fluid package and Lee Kessler EOS. Many times I use this in place of Hysys as the values are so precise. Worth for the money that i paid. Credits to the developers.