Clapeyron.jl: An Extensible, Open-Source Fluid Thermodynamics Toolkit

@article{Walker2022ClapeyronjlAE,
  title={Clapeyron.jl: An Extensible, Open-Source Fluid Thermodynamics Toolkit},
  author={Pierre J. Walker and Hon Wa Yew and Andr'es Riedemann},
  journal={Industrial \& Engineering Chemistry Research},
  year={2022}
}
Thermodynamic models are often vital when characterising complex systems, particularly natural gas, electrolyte, polymer, pharmaceutical and biological systems. However, their implementations have historically been abstruse and cumbersome, and as such, the only options available were black-box commercial tools. In this article, we present Clapeyron.jl: a pioneering attempt at an open-source fluid-thermodynamics toolkit to build and make use of thermodynamic models. This toolkit is built in… 
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