HSC Chemistry, HSC Chemistry 7, Software for Process simulation, Reactions Equations, Heat and Material Balances, Equilibrium Calculations, Electrochemical Cell Equilibriums, Eh-pH Diagrams – Pourbaix diagram
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All modules included as standard

 Sim Process Simulation
 Reaction Equations
 Heat and Material Balances
 Heat Loss Calculator
 Equilibrium Calculations
 Electrochemical Cell Equilibriums
 Eh-pH Diagrams – Pourbaix
 H, S, C and Ellingham Diagrams
 Tpp Diagrams – Stability diagrams
 Lpp Diagrams – Stability diagrams
 Water – Steam tables, etc.
 H, S, Cp Estimates
 Conversions – Species to elements
 Mineralogy Iterations
 Periodic Chart – Elements
 Measure Units
 HSC Add-In Functions
 Data – Statistical Analysis
 Geo Mineralogical Calculations
 Map GPS material Stock
 Fit – Numerical Data Fit
 Aqueous Solution Property Estimator
All included as standard

HSC Thermochemical Database
Water Steam/Fluid Database
Heat Conduction Database
Heat Convection Database
Surface Radiation Database
Gas Radiation Calculator
Particle Radiation Calculator
Elements Database
Measure Units Database
Minerals Database
Aqueous Solution Density Database
The Pitzer parameter Database

The world's favorite Thermochemical Calculation software just got better!

HSC 7.0 contains 22 calculation modules and 12 databases. The name of the program is based on the fact that calculation modules automatically utilize the same extensive thermochemical database which contains enthalpy (H), entropy (S) and heat capacity (Cp) data for more than 25 000 chemical compounds.

Computations are completely menu-driven, with on-line help immediately available by pressing the Help button. The help dialog provides brief instructions, examples, and theoretical considerations to aid in the interpretation of results, which are presented as tables, pictures and diagrams.

As an HSC user, you can test an idea easily on the computer, before getting involved in any expensive and time consuming laboratory or industrial-scale experiment. The results of HSC will show, for example, the effect of temperature or raw material amount on the compositions of products and by-products.

HSC Chemistry helps to avoid expensive trial-and-error chemistry, allowing the chemist or engineer to set up optimal reaction conditions for his experimental investigations. The payback time for HSC is extremely short, as even one needless laboratory experiment can cost more than a whole HSC package.

With HSC Chemistry it is possible to calculate chemical equilibria between pure substances and the ideal and also, to some extent, non-ideal solutions. For these calculations only enthalpy (H), entropy (S) and heat capacity (Cp) data for all prevailing compounds or pure substances is needed. In many cases these calculation results may simulate the real chemical reactions and processes with sufficient accuracy for practical applications.

What's New in HSC 7

New HSC Chemistry® 7.0 Outotec’s innovative process calculation software contains a updated flowsheet simulation module and a thermochemical database expanded to over 25,000 species.
With 22 calculation modules and 12 databases at your fingertips, HSC 7 is an invaluable tool for any process engineer or scientist because one laboratory experiment may cost much more than a single HSC license. All the modules and databases are included as standard.

Read about the changes in more detail here (pdf 3mb)

Summary of the new Features

1. Flowsheet Module
- Four different modes (Particles, Reaction, Distribution and Experimental), new Table object, new Page and Layer properties, more robust controls, new Excel Wizards, Mass Balancing and Data Reconciliation routine

2. New Unit Icon Library with 515 Icons
- The unit process icon database was made in cooperation with industrial designers and process engineers. These may be used to visualize process flowsheets.

3. New Add-In Functions
- StreamSM, StreamGM, StreamEQA, StreamXArray, RecoveryXArray, ProgenyStream, ComminutionProductPSD, CubicSpline, ERF.

4. Updated Balance Module
- Automatic entropy (T * S) and Gibbs energy (G) balance calculations were added.

5. Updated Equilibrium Module
- A more robust Gibbs Energy Minimization routine.

6. Updated MW Module with new H, S and Cp Estimates
- Even the original H, S and Cp data sources may contain errors and typos, so the new estimation routine may be used to identify these errors.

7. New Aqueous Solution Property Estimator
- This module estimates non-ideal electrolyte solution properties like activity coefficients and enthalpies. These may be used in Equilibrium module or in process models.

8. Updated H, S and Cp Database
- More than 4000 new species were added and data of 4700 species were updated. The total number of species is now more than 25000.

9. Updated Mineralogical Database
- The number of minerals has been increased from 3581 to 13346 minerals.

10. Updated Help Module
- The new Help module is more robust and has access to unit model help files.

11. Windows Vista, Vista 64 and Windows 7 Support


Read about the changes in more detail here (pdf 3mb)