MOSAICmodeling is a free, web-based modeling, simulation, and optimization environment. Based on a LaTeX-style entry method for algebraic and differential equations, equation systems can be built and subsequently used for simulation and optimization.
Based on a steadily growing library of existing models of chemical engineering applications, large-scale flowsheets, optimization problems, etc. can be built. MOSAICmodeling provides automatic code generation for numerous simulation and optimization environments, such as AMPL, Aspen Custom Modeler, GAMS, gPROMS, MATLAB, Modelica, and for solvers interfaced via C++, FORTRAN, Python, etc.
Version 2.3.3 was released on March 28, 2018 by Technische Universität Berlin. MOSAICmodelling automatically creates the code of a Scilab Unit Operation.
MOSAICmodeling in its ability to use CAPE-OPEN technology has been presented at CAPE-OPEN Annual Meetings:
- CAPE-OPEN 2017 Annual Meeting: Gregor TOLKSDORF presented on “CAPE-OPEN Easy Access for Students and Academics: Using MOSAIC for Automatized Implementation of Unit Operations“, demonstrating how a Scilab Unit Operation can be automatically generated by MOSAICmodeling and subsequently used in a process simulator.
- CAPE-OPEN 2015 Annual Meeting: Gregor TOLKSDORF presented on “The MOSAIC Approach – Self-Made CO-UOs Without Programming Knowledge” and showed that MOSAICmodelling offers code generation for several predefined languages including Scilab Unit Operation.
- CAPE-OPEN 2013 Annual Meeting: Gregor TOLKSDORF presented on “MOSAIC – A modeling and code generation tool” and especially on how calls to a CAPE-OPEN Property Package can be included in models defined in MOSAICmodeling.