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I was searching for Mollier chart for Nitrogen and came across this tool which appears to be free: http://en.ipu.dk/Indhold/refrigeration-and-energy-... (scroll to the page bottom for download links)

According to the developers: "CoolPack is a collection of simulation models for refrigeration systems. The models each have a specific purpose e.g. cycle analysis, dimensioning of main components, energy analysis and optimization... It can perform:

Cycle analysis (process design)
System dimensioning
System simulation
Component calculations
Analysis of operating conditions
Transient simulation (cooling of an object/room)
Refrigerant calculations (property plots, thermodynamic & transport properties, comparison of refrigerants)
Life cycle cost (LCC)

It has generated the N2 Mollier chart in a matter of seconds (see attached). Double-click the icon "Refrigeration Utilities" in the vertical menu on the left side of the window and choose the fluid and data ranges. Very cool stuff.

Dejan IVANOVIC
Process Engineer, MSChE

RE: CoolPack

"Very cool stuff."

I see what you did there.

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