COCO’s Thermodynamics for Engineering Applications (TEA), is based on the code of the thermodynamic library of ChemSep and includes a data bank of over 430 commonly used chemicals. The package exhibits more than 100 property calculation methods with their analytical or numerical derivatives.
Reported use of TEA in literature:
The University of Jordan: Attarakih, M., Al-Zyod, S., Abu-Khader, M., & Bart, H. J. (2012). PPBLAB: A new multivariate population balance environment for particulate system modelling and simulation. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 42, pp. 1445–1462). Elsevier Ltd and Attarakih, M., Alzyod, S., & Fricke, A. (2017). Population balance modelling of pulsed packed bed extraction columns using PPBLab software. In Computer Aided Chemical Engineering (Vol. 40, pp. 67–72). Elsevier B.V.