This page describes an example thermodynamic server developed by AmsterCHEM under contract from CO-LaN. The intent is to demonstrate how CAPE-OPEN thermodynamics function, rather than to describe how to write a high-end thermodynamic server. As such, the thermodynamic calculations are minimal. The following sections describe the thermodynamic calculations.
In addition to this documentation, documentation of the C++ components (thermodynamic module, property package configuration editor, C++ Thermo System, C++ Property Package Manager) are provided using the Doxygen documentation system.
The Visual Basic code is documented only by means of in-line comments.
An installer is provided that installs one or more of the following components:
- Basic binaries (thermodynamic module, compound data, initial set of Property Package configurations, Property Package configuration editor)
- C++ Thermo System binaries
- C++ Property Package Manager binaries
- Visual Basic 6.0 Thermo System binaries
- Visual Basic 6.0 Property Package Manager binaries
- Source code