CO-LaN received an application for Associate Membership from the ChemSep consortium on October 14, 2003. By unanimous vote, the CO-LaN Management Board accepted today the application.
The ChemSep Consortium has been created to provide for the further development of the ChemSep nonequilibrium model. ChemSep is a suite of programs for performing multicomponent separation process calculations on PC’s. ChemSep solves equilibrium flashes and columns from within one user-interface. ChemSep was created specifically for use by students in university courses, but is also used by professionals in industry.
BP, a Full Member of CO-LaN since the beginning, is a member of the ChemSep consortium.
CO-LaN expects ChemSep software to be made soon CAPE-OPEN compliant and welcomes Professor Ross TAYLOR as ChemSep representative.