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You are now visiting the interactive website for RMG, featuring web tools tohelp you visualize RMG-generated models, as well as tools to view and search the RMGdatabases for thermodynamics, transport, and kinetics data.

Note that mfold has been replaced by UNAFold, a software package that is much easier to install and run and that offers many more types of computations. Although UNAFold will install without mfold_util, the sir_graph and boxplot_ng programs from the mfold_util package are required in order to obtain structure plots and dot plots from UNAFold. Install mfold_util before installing UNAFold. Versions 3.4 and higher of mfold contains all of the non-interactive programs in mfold_util, so a separate download is not required. Download UNAFold here.

Version 3.6 (and earlier versions) of mfold for Unix, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems is available via a free license for academic and nonprofit use only; commercial use is available for a fee. Copyright is held by Washington University. Washington University seeks additional licensees for commercial development and marketing and invites all interested parties to submit proposals. Please direct all requests for licensing, information, and limited evaluation copies to Washington University's Office of Technology Management. Please send a copy of these requests to Daniel (Dianxiong) Zou Licensing Associate Office of Technology Management (OTM) Washington University in St. Louis 660 South Euclid Avenue, Campus Box 8013 Delivery (courier): 4240 Duncan Avenue - Suite 110 St. Louis, MO 63110 Office: 314.286.0629 Fax: 314.362.5872 OTM Website Email: Daniel Zou URL: Version 3.6 of mfold contains the non-interactive programs from mfold_util version 4.6. It is no longer necessary to download and install mfold_util separately. A separate installation is only required if you wish to run the interactive programs in mfold_util. Questions about the code should be addressed to Professor Zuker at

Abstract. It is argued, on the basis of detailed critique of published literature, that the existing thermodynamic theory of hurricanes, where it is assumed that the hurricane power is formed due to heat input from the ocean, is not physically consistent, as it comes in conflict with the first and second laws of thermodynamics. A quantitative perspective of describing hurricane energetics as that of an adiabatic atmospheric process occurring at the expense of condensation of water vapor that creates drop of local air pressure, is outlined.

The Sensory Skills Professional course builds on the concepts and skills introduced in the Sensory Skills Intermediate course and prepares the learner for managerial job functions in the sensory evaluation of coffee and related products. In this interactive course, learners gain alignment with industry coffee and sensory standards; learn about the implementation of sensory evaluation in a coffee business; acquire the skills required to start identifying and evaluating qualities in specialty green coffee; and demonstrate how to accurately measure and describe coffee beverage characteristics. Participants will learn how to generate repeatable and methodical sensory measurements of coffee, along with interpretation of those results. A written exam confirms professional course knowledge while a practical exam tests the skills described above based on different working activities carried out during the course.

The Geochemist's Workbench (GWB) is an integrated set of interactive software tools for solving a range of problems in aqueous chemistry. The graphical user interface simplifies the use of the geochemical code.

Abstract. Using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model (version 3.5.1), dynamical downscaling of the Community Climate System Model, version 4 (CCSM4), simulations of the last glacial maximum (LGM) and 20th century (ensemble member #6) run were conducted to simulate ten years of climate over the western North Pacific during the LGM and modern climates, respectively. This paper describes the downscaling procedures for the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model experiments and the quantitative and qualitative model validations comparing with the CCSM4 LGM and 20th century simulations results. Results of the dynamical downscaling of the CCSM4 LGM paleoclimate and twentieth century using the WRF model show not only that the WRF model is capable of long-term simulations in the paleoclimate state of LGM, but also that the WRF model can correct biases in the general circulation model (GCM), producing more realistic spatial distributions of the pressure-level variables. The downscaling of a GCM model using the WRF model (36 km) for the regional climate simulation is considered computationally cost-effective and reliable from the perspectives of model thermodynamics in general, although there are some model errors still existing with dynamic variables.

The minor in Molecular Engineering introduces the technical fundamentals of molecular engineering, including in quantum mechanics, molecular thermodynamics, transport phenomena, and the application of such concepts to advanced technologies. Primarily targeted to students majoring in the physical or biological sciences, this minor provides a strong preparation for careers or postgraduate studies in engineering fields.

GEM-Selektor(GEMS) is a research program package for interactive thermodynamicmodelling of aquatic (geo)chemical systems. GEMS includes a default(kernel) thermodynamicdatabase imported from Nagra/PSIchemical thermodynamic data base 01/01. The systems may involvemetastable minerals, solid solution - aqueous solution equilbria, gasmixtures, and multi-site-surface sorption on mineral-waterinterfaces. Processes of irreversible chemical mass transfer can besimulated from the principles of local and partial equilibrium.

Kintecusis a compiler tomodel the reactions of chemical, biological, nuclear and atmosphericprocesses using three input spreadsheet files: a reactionspreadsheet, a species description spreadsheet and a parameterdescription spreadsheet. For thermodynamics, an optionalthermodynamics description spreadsheet can be supplied.

Thermodynamic software isuseless without accurate and validated databases. With Thermo-Calc itis possible to use databases from many sources using different modelsfor each phase in a system. In particular there are the databasesfrom SGTE (Scientific Group ThermodataEurope), a solution database with about 200 assessed systems anda substance database with about 3000 compounds. For specialapplications there are the IRSID database for slags, the Fe-basedatabase for steels, the group III-V database for semiconductormaterials, the Saxena geochemical database etc. The Thermo-Calc grouphas initiated and participates in many international projects inorder to create a general and validated database. Any modern PC orworkstation can be used for running Thermo-Calc. It has aninteractive user interface and extensive documentation and on-linehelp facilities. Courses for students and industry are given three orfour times a year. Thermo-Calc has a reactor simulator for processsimulations and a documented programming interface for othersimulation applications which need thermodynamic calculations forlocal equilibria and driving force calculations. There is also amodule for assessment of experimental data within Thermo-Calc whichprovides the necessary means for extension of the databases. WithThermo-Calc one may simulate processes where the time-dependence canbe ignored, for example by stepwise calculation of a sequence ofequilibria with transfer of heat and matter between the equilibria.

Produce 2D ChemDoodle Web Components, which are high-quality, interactive, HTML5 components for websites and web apps that work in Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari and Opera, and even on Mobile Safari on iOS and Chrome for Android.


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