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WinSim's Design II for Windows Process Simulation Solution
WinSim's Design II for Windows Process Simulation SolutionSteam Table Calculation Programs (freeware)
Please note that these are the personal property of Michael Lynn McGuire
STEAM67 is a Win32 DLL for calling the 1967 ASME steam tables from a Win32 program. The calling protocol is documented in STEAM67.H.
Source code for STEAM67.DLL
Please note that these are DOS programs and must be run from DOS or a DOS window. After running one of the programs you may experience an "empty" screen afterwards. If so, just type "cls" and that will restore your screen defaults.
Please send comments to me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
There is an Microsoft (R) Excel add-in version of my steam tables at KORF Software .
There is an open source steam tables IAPWS-IF97 project at FreeSteam (SourceForge) target="new" class="link"> FreeSteam (project leader).
There is an another free Excel plugin available at http://www.cheresources.com/iapwsif97.shtml.
You can get information on the newer steam tables at The International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam (IAPWS).
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