The DIPPR Information and Data Evaluation Manager for the Design Institute for Physical Properties (Version 9.
Physical properties and the corresponding DIPPR correlations that were used to calculate each .
TDS has developed easy-to-use software that makes it convenient to access the physical and thermodynamic properties in the DIPPR PC database:
DIPPR data can interface with several commercially-available programs and simulators including EQS Chemical Equilibrium Software, Polarprops, PPDS2, CHARM, and many others.
The new PC software was developed by TDS to meet DIPPR technical specifications and was reviewed by DIPPR members while in development.
Data Compilation of Pure Compound Properties, Design Institute for Physical Properties AIChE, New York, NY (2004).
To access the physical and thermodynamic properties in the DIPPR PC database, TDS has developed easy-to-use software that includes:
DIPPR can be used by many commercially-available programs and simulators
DIPPR 801, published by the Design Institute for Physical Properties (DIPPR) of American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), contains experimental data, estimated values, temperature-dependent correlation coefficients, references, notes, quality codes, and other information.
The Knovelized version of DIPPR 801 combines this renowned reference with a suite of Productivity Tools that enable users to incorporate the information directly into their workflow.
Professionals involved in the chemical and petrochemical industries, and in universities and government, will find the DIPPR data for 26 constant and 13 temperature dependent properties useful in a wide range of applications including: process design, process and energy control, and environmental engineering.
The interactive program was designed to make it easy for chemists, engineers and information scientists to use the DIPPR package with no training.