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“Numerical recipes applied to thermodynamics This is a bunch of old C programs based on the good ol’ Numerical Recipes http://www.nr.com/. There are three computational physics problems proposed:”
Here in Pytherm we plan on including some examples similar to the ones presented there: van der Waals equation of state, the p-v diagram, the Binodal Curve, the Boyle temperature, and the Compressibility diagram. However in python with numpy/scipy/sympy and matplotlib, while they did in c with numerical recipes and independent plotting tools.
“We consider the use of a computer algebra system to carry out the symbolic computations needed in thermodynamics. A package for Maple is described and illustrated with several examples involving the creation and manipulation of thermodynamic derivatives.” http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0378-4754(97)00089-X
“A computer algebra system (Maple) is used for the construction, display, and analysis of residue curve maps. This problem from engineering thermodynamics presents an interesting array of computational problems ranging from symbolic (for deriving the equations), through numerical (solving systems of nonlinear algebraic equations, systems of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) and systems of differential algebraic equations (DAEs), to graphical (for displaying the results).” http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0378-4754(97)00090-6
“By Thomas Cool1, R. Edwin García1, Alex Bartol1
- Purdue University
Python-based libraries for the calculation of phase diagrams and thermodynamic properties” < tool on a live executable environment by nanohub > https://nanohub.org/tools/gibbs” < publication> http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.calphad.2010.07.005
A fortran+pýthon open source project for thermodynamic models and algorithms for phase equilibria - https://github.com/phasety/sur See also pyther - https://github.com/pysg/pyther
an open source chemical engineering process simulator - https://github.com/DanWBR/dwsim4 - and its Standalone thermodynamics library https://github.com/DanWBR/DTL
“Thermodynamics, phase equilibria, transport properties and chemical database component of Chemical Engineering Design Library (ChEDL) - https://github.com/CalebBell/thermo
(in python:) http://tbc-python.fossee.in/
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