Lists the interface specifications which have been deprecated by CO-LaN over the years.

Version 0.9.3

This version of the CAPE-OPEN standard was developed during the Global CAPE-OPEN European project.It was publicly released in August 2001 and subsequently deprecated by CO-LaN in 2009. It was replaced by version 1.0 which was the first stable version of the CAPE-OPEN standard.

Thermodynamic and Physical Properties interface specification (version 1.0)

This version of the thermodynamic interfaces has been the workhorse of CAPE-OPEN for many years. However it had a number of design flaws that prompted the development of a better structured and more versatile new version. Since the new version (1.1) has been progressively adopted by software developers, CO-LaN has initiated its deprecation as of December 2017.

Petroleum Fractions (version 1.0)

This version of the Petroleum Fractions interface specification is closely linked to version 1.0 of the Thermodynamic and Physical Properties interface specification. A new version, consistent with version 1.1 of the Thermodynamic and Physical Properties interface specification is targeted for release by CO-LaN in 2019.

Chemical Reactions (version 1.0)

This version of the Chemical Reactions interface specification is closely linked to version 1.0 of the Thermodynamic and Physical Properties interface specification. A new version, consistent with version 1.1 of the Thermodynamic and Physical Properties interface specification is targeted for release by CO-LaN in 2019.