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For everyone who needs equilibrium calculation

For everyone who needs equilibrium calculation

For everyone who needs equilibrium calculation

If you are chemical engineer or scientific researcher, you know that calculation of chemical equilibrium is a very complex math task and as a rule the software is commercial and expensive enought.
But you can find such software absolutely free on thå site:
Web-oriented program INFRA is based on original algorithm (A.Maikov) for calculate chemical equlibrium that allow superfast and reliable solution.There is no necessary to give the system of chemical reactions for calculating, but only to list of components which take part in process and to note inert components. Program includes bank of based physical constants for pure components which now consists of 480 components.
The case of nonconvergence of this method is unknown.
If somebody is interested to use this powerful math engine in process simulation systems please send email to:

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