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Software for chemical and extractive metallurgy.
Morris-AE; Stephenson-JB; Wadsley-MW
J Met 1990 Apr; 42(4):35-37
A dramatic software migration has occurred from mainframe to microcomputer since the first conference in this biennial series was held in 1985, and this migration will continue. Two major observations may be made--there is a lack of critically evaluated thermodynamic data, especially for solution models, and there is a continuing need for accurate thermodynamic property measurements to be utilized by the current and next generation of increasingly powerful and unique thermodynamic packages. The authors encourage researchers working on the development of solution phase models and solution databases to consider the format of this data so it can readily be incorporated into thermodynamics software.
Metallurgy; Thermodynamics; Computers; Computer software; Computer applications; Computer models; Models; Analytical models
OP; Journal Article
Issue of Publication
Journal of Metals
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