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#1 Qasem215

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Posted 27 June 2020 - 02:16 AM

Hello everyone,
I've stumbled upon this website during one of my searches for fluid properties and they offer a good range of fluids for free.
http://www.asimptote...tware/fluidprop

Also if anyone is interested in another one, Coolprop is very good and reliable.

https://sourceforge....jects/coolprop/

Once you learn how to install them and use them, (which is pretty easy) you'll be good to go.

They can both be used on Excel, and many other programs.

Good luck to everyone

#2 breizh

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Posted 27 June 2020 - 02:26 AM

Hi,

A good data base I'm using quite often: KDB (korean data base) 

 

https://www.cheric.o...rop.php?cmpid=1

 

Breizh 



#3 Alpe

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Posted 27 June 2020 - 11:10 AM

for fluid properties I utilize frequently the Dortmund Data Bank which has some free data

 

http://www.ddbst.com/free-data.html

 

another good resource is the free version of Prode Properties which works with Excel, LibreOffice, Python, Mathcad etc. there is a limit on number of chemicals  80 vs.1600 in regular versions, 

 

https://www.prode.co.../properties.htm

 

also there are several free simulators as DWSIM to mention one

 

https://sourceforge....projects/dwsim/



#4 jayari

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Posted 29 June 2020 - 07:42 PM

I often use the NIST Webbook

https://webbook.nist...hemistry/fluid/






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