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WinSim's Link2WinSim Process Simulation Solution
- Component Physical Properties
- Any Stream or Unit Model Calculations and Results
What is Link2WinSim?
Link2WinSim allows anyone to embed the powerful capabilities of one of the most advanced process simulation companies in the world in their proprietary software. Link2WinSim can help you enhance the capabilities of your proprietary software package or quickly enable the decision making of your field personnel.
What are typical applications for Link2WinSim?
Examples of typical applications include upgrading Original Equipment Manufacturer’s (OEM) sizing and rating software packages with physical properties and thermo options. Automating calculations for non-engineering or field sales personnel with a MS Excel interface is another typical application. If you have a potential application you would like to discuss, please contact us to learn more.
How can you Link2WinSim?
You can access Link2WinSim by using Microsoft Excel’s Visual Basic (VB) interface. VB and Visual C++ are the programming languages most commonly used to access Link2WinSim, but you can also use any software package that can call a Dynamic Link Library (DLL).
What is included in Link2WinSim?
Component Physical Properties
Over 1,200 pure components included. Some of the properties included are: Cp, Cv, Enthalpy, Entropy, Bubble Pt, Dew Pt, Compressibility, etc.
Over 60 thermodynamic equations of state are available. You can Link2WinSim Thermo for K Values, Enthalpy, Viscosity, Thermal Conductivity, and Surface Tension. Bubble and Dew Points for mixtures and hydrate predictions are easily determined. Phase envelopes and maps are easy to generate.
Here are the different thermodynamic methods currently available:
Hydrocarbon K-value and Enthalpy Methods
API Soave, BWR (Benedict-Webb-Rubin), BWRS (Benedict-Webb-Rubin-Starling), DMPEGK, Esso (Maxwell-Bonnell), GERG 2004, GERG 2008, Grayson-Johnson (API), Kent-Eisenberg (Mixed Amines), LKP (Lee-Kesler-Ploecker), NIST RefProp, Peng-Robinson, Peng-Robinson-Stryjek, Predictive Peng-Robinson, RK (Redlich-Kwong), Soave (Soave-Redlich-Kwong), Steam Tables, SKD (Soave-Kabadi-Danner) and tabular k-values.
Chemical K-value and Enthalpy Methods
Sour Water API, Edwards, Edwards Sour, Henry’s Gas Law, Ideal Vapor, MEA or DEA, NRTL (Renon), Solids, UNIFAC, UNIQUAC, Vapor Pressure and Wilson.
AGA, API Soave, BWR, BWRS, Corresponding States, COSTALD, GERG 2004, GERG 2008, Ideal, Lee-Kesler-Ploeker, Mixed Amines, Modified Peng-Robinson, NIST RefProp, Peng-Robinson, Redlich-Kwong, Soave, Soave-Kabadi-Danner, Soave-Redlich-Kwong and Yen-Woods (Std).
API, Dean and Stiel, LN Average, NBS81, Twu, Mod API, Mixed Amines and NIST RefProp.
Thermal Conductivity Methods
Surface Tension Methods
API, C. C. Li, LN Average, NBS81, Mixed Amines, NIST RefProp, TEMA 68 and 78.
API, Molar Average, Mixed Amines and NIST RefProp.
Flash (two phase, three phase), towers, hydraulics, pressure changes, etc. All the important calculations you need are available with WinSim’s tried and true methodology.
How can you learn more about Link2WinSim?
WinSim has complete expert level technical support for both programming and engineering calculations. Please contact WinSim for more information at (281) 545-9200 x104 or firstname.lastname@example.org