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Excel CAPE-OPEN Thermo Import is an Excel extension that allows for using CAPE-OPEN version 1.1 compliant thermodynamic servers directly in Excel. Excel CAPE-OPEN Thermo Import supports accessing compounds, constant compound properties, temperature dependent compound properties, phases, mixture properties, two phase properties and phase equilibria.
To get started, insert a property package from the CAPE-OPEN ribbon:
For each of the available calculations, the Ribbon provides a wizard to create the formula. As an example, the flash calculation wizard allows to enter all specifications. The dialog itself shows a preview of the result:
The formula argument can reference cells in the spread sheet as calculation inputs, or can directly be numberic value, or a formula itself. Once inserted, the Excel Formula Wizard will allow editing the arguments if necessary:
Excel CAPE-OPEN Thermo does not provide the thermodynamic servers. It supports any third party CAPE-OPEN 1.1 compliant thermodynamic server, including the ones that come with COCO Simulator and a variety of commercially available thermodynamic servers. Excel 2010 or higher must be installed on your system. The x86 version of Excel will work with x86 thermodynamic severs, whereas the win64 version of Excel will work with win64 thermodynamic servers.
The Excel CAPE-OPEN Thermo Import installer is available from the Downloads Page.
Excel CAPE-OPEN Thermo Import is free of charge for personal and academic use.
For commercial use, a license fee must be paid. Licensing is on a per-person basis (and can be used on multiple computers). Commercial license fee is € 400,- (if you are outside the European union or inside Spain, VAT of 21% is applicable).
For other forms of licenses, please contact email@example.com.
Please see the Downloads page for downloading the Excel CAPE-OPEN Thermo Import.