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Metso Outotec's chemical reaction and equilibrium software HSC Chemistry is the world's favorite thermochemical software with a versatile flowsheet simulation module. HSC is designed for various kinds of chemical reactions and equilibria calculations as well as process simulation.BenefitsHSC software makes conventional thermodynamic calculations fast and easy to carry out with personal computers. Therefore HSC has a wide range of applications in scientific education, industry and research. Thermochemical calculations are useful, for example, when developing new chemical processes and improving old ones. HSC Chemistry is also a useful tool for universities and schools in chemical practicals and studies.Traditionally, thermodynamic calculations based on experimental or assessed data have utilized stability functions in various thermodynamic data books and papers in scientific journals. The difficult searching stage and complicated calculations, as well as inconsistencies arising from different selections of standard and reference states, made this calculation procedure quite time-consuming.HSC Chemistry offers powerful calculation methods for studying the effects of different variables on the chemical system at equilibrium. For example, if the user gives the raw materials, amounts and other conditions of almost any chemical process, the program will give the amounts of the product as a result. HSC also makes heat and material balance calculations of different processes much more easily than any manual method. The Eh-pH -diagrams option also offers a very fast way of studying the dissolution and corrosion behavior of different materials.Of course, HSC cannot solve all chemical problems, because it does not take into account the kinetics (rates) of chemical reactions and the non-ideality of solutions. However, in many cases it is a very inexpensive and useful tool which helps to find the optimal reaction conditions and yields for experimental investigations without expensive trial-and-error chemistry.About the softwareThe name of the program is based on the feature that calculation modules automatically utilize the same extensive thermochemical database, which contains enthalpy (H) , entropy (S) and heat capacity (C) data, for more than 29 000 chemical compounds. This database is equivalent to more than twenty thick data books.The current HSC contains calculation modules:1. Sim - Process simulation2. Reaction Equations3. Heat and Material Balances4. Heat Loss Calculator5. Equilibrium Calculations6. Electrochemical Cell Equilibriums7. Eh-pH Diagrams - Pourbaix8. H, S, C and Ellingham Diagrams9. Tpp Diagrams - Stability diagrams10. Lpp Diagrams - Stability diagrams11. Water - Steam tables, etc.12. H, S, Cp Estimates13. Conversions - Species to elements14. PTr - Particle Tracking (Beta version)15. Periodic Chart - Elements16. Measure Units17. HSC AddIn Functions18. Data - Statistical analysis19. Geo - Mineralogical calculations20. Mat - Material Database21. Aqua22. Ben - Benson estimation23. Mod - Model Base24. Nav - Navigator25. Sam - Sampler26. Exe - Exergy BalanceHSC also contains:1. H, S and Cp Thermochemical Database 2. Water Steam/Fluid Database3. Heat Conduction Database4. Heat Convection Database5. Surface Radiation Database6. Gas Radiation Calculator7. Particle Radiation Calculator8. Elements Database9. Measure Units Database10. Minerals Database with 3581 minerals11. Aqueous Solution Density Database12. Pitzer parameter database NewsMerry Christmas and Happy New Year!The HSC Chemistry team would like to wish all of its users a merry Christmas and a happy new year.Stay safe and healthy!Sincerely,The HSC Chemistry teamRead more...New version: HSC Chemistry 10.2.2 has been releasedWe are happy to announce a new release of HSC Chemistry, HSC 10.2.2.HSC 10 users with a valid license can download the setup file from the Download...Read more...New version: HSC Chemistry 10.0.8 has been releasedWe are happy to announce a new release of HSC Chemistry, HSC 10.0.8.HSC 10 users with a valid license can download the setup file from the Download...Read more...New version: HSC Chemistry 10.0.7 has been releasedWe are happy to announce a new release of HSC Chemistry, HSC 10.0.7.HSC 10 users with a valid license can download the setup file from the Download...Read more...

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HSC Chemistry 7.0, from Outotec Research, is a software package for process flowsheet simulation, incorporating 22 other calculation modules and 12 databases, together with extensive thermochemical, heat transfer and mineralogical data.

SINC Sites (Students In Need of Computers) are public computer labs that allow users to access both Windows & Mac computers. SINC Sites provide printing services, tech support, laptop loaner program, BYOD spaces, and access to numerous academic software titles.

Did you know that SINC is an acronym for Students In Need of Computers? The name SINC Site was coined years ago when the first lab opened and historically stood for Stony Brook Instructional Network Computers. There are a total of 5 public SINC Sites . Plus, DoIT has PCs, printer/scanner/copiers located in the Main Library SINC Site, Melville Library Reading Rooms and HSC Commons. Also, remote printers can be found all over campus. Review location resource map below. SINC Sites also offer BYOD areas, group & individual study areas.More computer labs on campus can be found in the Residential Computing Centers, to include software availability 24/7 on your personal device using the Virtual SINC Site. Print from Anywhere services are supported by every DoIT printer.The LAPTOP LOAN PROGRAM for students, and Tech Center services are now available to all students in the Main Library SINC Site.

The Virtual SINC Site provides a way for students, faculty, and staff members to access site-licensed, academic software titles directly from their personal computers from either on or off campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students can also use the Virtual SINC Site to access the Print From Anywhere service using any device or operating system.

In order to use an all in one printer/scanner/copier, send print jobs to the print queue from a SINC Site computer, or from a personal computer using the Print From Anywhere software, web browser, or email. Students need their Stony Brook University ID card to release their print jobs.

The Print From Anywhere service allows students to send print jobs to the SINC Site Print Queue from their own computers. Members of the campus community with an active Pharos account can send their print jobs to the Print From Anywhere Queue from mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) as well as computers via web browser, and email. When on campus, students can print to the Pharos Printer from their own machine once they install the Print From Anywhere client (software).

HSC is one of the first software packages to combine versatile chemical, thermodynamic, and mineral-processing features. Thermochemical calculations are useful, for example, when developing new chemical processes and improving existing ones. Because the software enables you to make quick and easy calculations using a standard computer, it has a wide range of educational, industrial, and research applications.

Five different types of HSC Licenses are available. The HSC 10 license is based on subscription and all the end users of HSC 10 will receive new software versions as they are released. HSC 10 will stop working after each subscription period ends. Activation is done using an Internet connection, but an offline option is also available under certain circumstances.

HSC is one of the first scientific software packages with versatile chemical, thermodynamic and mineral processing features. Timo Talonen created the first HSC module in 1974 to calculate equilibrium compositions in the Outokumpu Oyj sulfur plant gas line. Dr. Antti Roine started HSC digital database development at the Helsinki University of Technology in 1979. Since then, he has managed the HSC development. Development of HSC mineral processing modules was started by prof. Pertti Lamberg in 1990.

The HSC software development was started because there was not such software packages available in 1970s and 1980s. Originally, HSC was developed as an internal tool for Outokumpu Oyj to improve chemical process R&D efficiency. Later on, in 1987, delivery to other companies began.

The development of software and databases has been done in co-operation with several universities including the Helsinki University of Technology (Aalto), Åbo Akademi, Petrozavodsk State University, Luleå University of Technology, University of Kentucky, Montana Tech, the University of Missouri-Rolla, the University of Turku, the University of Jyväskylä, Tallinn Technical University, the Technical University of Lappeenranta, the University of Oulu and the University of Joensuu.

The documentation set for this product strives to use bias-free language. For the purposes of this documentation set, bias-free is defined as language that does not imply discrimination based on age, disability, gender, racial identity, ethnic identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and intersectionality. Exceptions may be present in the documentation due to language that is hardcoded in the user interfaces of the product software, language used based on RFP documentation, or language that is used by a referenced third-party product. Learn more about how Cisco is using Inclusive Language.

In the scope of its subject, chemistry occupies an intermediate position between physics and biology.[6] It is sometimes called the central science because it provides a foundation for understanding both basic and applied scientific disciplines at a fundamental level.[7] For example, chemistry explains aspects of plant growth (botany), the formation of igneous rocks (geology), how atmospheric ozone is formed and how environmental pollutants are degraded (ecology), the properties of the soil on the moon (cosmochemistry), how medications work (pharmacology), and how to collect DNA evidence at a crime scene (forensics). 350c69d7ab


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