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SoftPredict Announces the COSILAB_Lib Plug-In
Posted Wed September 21, 2005 @07:27AM
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News SoftPredict, a subdibision of Rotexo GmbH & Co. KG, the leader and visioneer in reaction modeling, has announced a new module COSILAB_Lib which is an off-spring of the industry standard COSILAB.

SoftPredict’s COSILAB_Lib is a ready-to-use plug-in for user-written one-, two- or three-dimensional CFD codes in either the Fortran, the C or the C++ programming language. It handles arbitrarily complex gas-phase chemistry in flow simulations including combustion, exhaust gas after-treatment, and pollutant formation. The new software benefits from an easy-to-use graphical user-interface that - as in COSILAB - handles preprocessing of thermodynamic and molecular databases, and of reaction mechanisms -- all in the most popular and internationlly accepted data formats.


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