This is the Windows app named CoolingPower whose latest release can be downloaded as CoolingPower-0.0.4-win32.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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CoolingPower is NOT in a condition for use at this time. A couple of bugs have been discovered that severely affect the calculation accuracy. While I troubleshoot, use at your own risk.
Once completed, CoolingPower will have the capability to plot diagrams of thermodynamic properties, construct Steam Tables, and plot thermodynamic cycles. Initial fluid will be water/steam, but functionality will extend to include a variety of working fluids.
CoolingPower operates in GUI format and, for Unix-based machines, from the terminal. Fluid state properties and Steam Tables can be printed to the screen or to file. Compiling and execution utilizes the GNU Scientific Library derivative functions and the Boost.signals2 and Boost.bind libraries. Unix-based operating systems also require the Boost program options library.
The repository is structured as described in https://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/ .
- Steam Table printing
- Construction of P-v, T-s, Mollier, and other diagrams
- Multiple measurement systems
- Thermodynamic cycle calculation and plotting
- Multiple working fluids
Aerospace, Science/Research, Education, Manufacturing, Engineering
X Window System (X11), Win32 (MS Windows), Console/Terminal, Command-line, Qt, Allegro
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