Simulating dynamic tanks in EMSO (Part 3) Email This Post Print This Post

This is the last post of series simulating dynamic tanks using EMSO simulator. The first one shows the direct implementation of the dynamic tanks case using the modeling language of EMSO that applies concepts of object-oriented languages (part 1). The second one used (part 2) resources of EMSO GUI to link models to figures and create a block diagram of the process from the connection among them.
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Simulating dynamic tanks in EMSO (Part 2) Email This Post Print This Post

This is the second part of our text “Simulating a dynamic tank in EMSO”. The first part shows the basic theory about EMSO modeling language applied to model a dynamic tank. The code to a single tank was implemented and expanded to a set of tanks in series.

Fig. 1. Dynamic tanks in series.

Fig. 1. Dynamic tanks in series.


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Sim42 Email This Post Print This Post

Simulator42 is an open source process simulator project with the goal of providing an affordable and accessible chemical process simulator to the chemical engineering community.

Some interesting features of the project:

  • It is being written in the Python language.
  • The simulator core has been designed to be independent of both user interfaces and thermo providers.
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ASCEND Email This Post Print This Post

ASCEND is an open source modelling environment and solver for large or small systems of non-linear equations, for use in engineering, thermodynamics, chemistry, physics, mathematics and biology. Solvers for both steady and dynamic (NLA & DAE) problems, are provided. It offers:

– An object-oriented model description language for describing your system,

– An interactive user interface that allows you to solve your model and explore the effect of changing the model parameters, and
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COCO Email This Post Print This Post

COCO

COCO (CAPE-OPEN to CAPE-OPEN) is a free-of-charge CAPE-OPEN compliant steady-state simulation environment consisting of the following components:

  • COFE – the CAPE-OPEN Flowsheet Environment is an intuitive graphical user interface to chemical flowsheeting. COFE has sequential solution algorithm using automatic tear streams. COFE displays properties of streams, deals with unit-conversion and provides plotting facilities.
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