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Is there any open source CAD like DWSIM necessary for a chemical engineer. Most preferably teaching a different skill from simulation. Want to get exposed to chemical engineering software as much as possible. Thank you.


DWSIM 03-12-16, 9:38 a.m. thubelihle

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You can have a look at OpenModelica. Its an open source equation oriented simulation environment. Its a general purpose simulator where you have to model your own unit operations. There is no built in library of unit operations in it. You can find OpenModelica tutorials on our spoken tutorials website. Apart from this there is an open source software named HINT for simulating heat exchanger network which involves concepts like pinch technology. Regards, Rahul Jain

03-12-16, 3:29 p.m. Rahul_Jain


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You can have a look at OpenModelica. Its an open source equation oriented simulation environment. Its a general purpose simulator where you have to model your own unit operations. There is no built in library of unit operations in it. You can find OpenModelica tutorials on our spoken tutorials website. Apart from this there is an open source software named HINT for simulating heat exchanger network which involves concepts like pinch technology. Regards, Rahul Jain

03-12-16, 3:29 p.m. Rahul_Jain


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You can have a look at OpenModelica. Its an open source equation oriented simulation environment. Its a general purpose simulator where you have to model your own unit operations. There is no built in library of unit operations in it. You can find OpenModelica tutorials on our spoken tutorials website. Apart from this there is an open source software named HINT for simulating heat exchanger network which involves concepts like pinch technology. Regards, Rahul Jain

03-12-16, 3:29 p.m. Rahul_Jain


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You can have a look at OpenModelica. Its an open source equation oriented simulation environment. Its a general purpose simulator where you have to model your own unit operations. There is no built in library of unit operations in it. You can find OpenModelica tutorials on our spoken tutorials website. Apart from this there is an open source software named HINT for simulating heat exchanger network which involves concepts like pinch technology. Regards, Rahul Jain

03-12-16, 3:30 p.m. Rahul_Jain


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Thank you so much

03-12-16, 11:58 p.m. thubelihle


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