The Thermodynamic Software Family at GTT-Technologies

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At GTT-Technologies we are constantly engaged in the development of our software packages and the corresponding data for serving the thermochemical needs of industry and academia. This section provides background information on our software family.

The software ranges from the fully integrated thermodynamic databank system for interactive use to the programmers library for thermochemical applications. Therefore, we cover the whole range of thermodynamic modelling software to fit the needs of a materials scientist as well as those of a process engineer. The following list provides brief descriptions of all software products:

FactSage is the workhorse of our software family since it is one of the most powerful and versatile Integrated Thermodynamic Database System (ITDS) in the world. The thermodynamic databases integrated in FactSage are based on CalPhaD (Calculation of Phase Diagrams) assessments and span the entire chemical space from oxides to metallic alloys or aqueous solutions.

SimuSage is a tool for users who want to built process models according to the flowsheeting concept. It provides the capabilities of ChemApp in a set of graphical components which are integrated in the Delpi programming environment.

ChemApp provides the powerful thermodynamic calculation capabilities contained in FactSage in the form of a programmer's library. It consists of a rich set of subroutines which provides all the necessary tools for the calculation of complex multicomponent, multiphase chemical equilibria and the determination of the associated energy balances.

ChemSheet combines the flexibility and practicality of spreadsheet applications with the rigorous, multi-phase thermodynamic calculations of ChemApp. Each application is defined as an independent worksheet in an Excel® spreadsheet, in which the entire simulation can be done.