DWSIM Mono Edition 2.1 Build 4534
Chemical process simulation made easy
This special build of DWSIM is targeted for the Mono Platform (2.8 and 2.10 tested, 2.6.7 *might* work). Mono is an open source, cross-platform implementation of the Common Language Runtime (CLR) that is binary compatible with Microsoft.NET.
Although Mono can be installed on a multitude of host operating systems, DWSIM requires support for the Windows Forms Graphical User Interface (GUI), which is present only in Windows, Linux and Mac OS X versions of the Mono Runtime. Since this edition is targeted for Linux and OS X and somewhat less feature-packed than the regular 'native' .NET edition, there is no point on running it on Windows (either using Mono or the .NET Framework), but nothing stops you from doing so.
- Thermodynamic Models: Peng-Robinson, Peng-Robinson with Volume Translation, Soave-Redlich-Kwong, Lee-Kesler, UNIFAC, Modified UNIFAC (Dortmund), UNIQUAC, NRTL, Chao-Seader, Grayson-Streed and Ideal Gas.
- Unit Operations: Mixer, Splitter, Separator, Pump, Compressor, Expander, Heater, Cooler, Valve, Pipe Segment, Shortcut Column, Heat Exchanger, Conversion Reactor, Equilibrium Reactor, PFR, CSTR, Distillation Column, Simple, Refluxed and Reboiled Absorbers.
- DWSIM also provides special information about the simulation and different means of inputting user data through Utilities and Tools:
- Utilities: Phase Envelope, Hydrate Calculations, Pure Component Properties, True Critical Point, PSV Sizing, Vessel Sizing, Spreadsheet and Petroleum Cold Flow Properties
- Tools: Hypothetical Component Generator, Bulk C7+/Distillation Curves Petroleum Characterization, Reactions Manager and User Component Creator
- Process Analysis and Optimization: Sensitivity Analysis Utility, Multivariate Optimizer with bound constraints.
DWSIM Mono Edition
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What's New in This Release:
- [FIX] More fixes and enhancements to the flash algorithms
- [FIX] Fixed MODFAC Property Package configuration window
- [FIX] Fixed Zc/Vc calculation for pseudocomponents