Monthly update April, 2016

Hi all! This is the first of hopefully many monthly updates on the development of OpSim. The updates will be posted on the website and forwarded to the mailing lists and forum around the end/beginning of each month.
The first commit after more than 8 years was done again on march 23rd 2016. Since this commit a lot of work has been done and quite some plans have been made. Please note that we are always welcoming people that would like to join this project! Even if your contribution is small or limited to a specific area, feel free to join our team.
Here’s a recap of the work done over the previous month.
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A chemical formula library

As of SVN revision 371, OpSim is equipped with a chemical formula (CHF) library. This library makes it possible to evaluate chemical formulas and parse them into its constituting atoms. Currently only atom listing and a molecular massĀ calculatorĀ areĀ implemented. At a later stage the CHF library might also be used to manage an atom balance and calculate properties such as the theoretical chemical oxygen demand among other things.
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New unit converter library

In rev 360 a new unit converter (UNC for short) library has been added to OpSim trunk. This library already implements 41 unit quantities and in total 430 CAPE-OPEN compliant unit conversions. In ./branches/opsim_darius/unit_conv one can find a comprehensive list of units that still need to be checked and adjusted before they can be added to the OpSim UNC library.
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Hello World!

This is the first post on the new OpSim website. After a hiatus of more than 8 years, work on the OpSim project has again been taken on. Our first goal is to get a basic working simulator implemented. To achieve this will take a lot of work. If you are interested in joining the project then please contact any of the administrators.

Stay tuned for more news in the coming period.