Welcome to the AIOMFAC website
This website is designed to provide access to the thermodynamic model AIOMFAC in the form of an interactive web application and to provide supporting information.
News and latest changes
This section lists important events and changes related to AIOMFAC-web in reverse chronological order.
Learn about the AIOMFAC model
Use the navigation bar on top or the following link to learn more about AIOMFAC, its concept, development, and range of applications.
How to use AIOMFAC-web
The model version made available online, termed AIOMFAC-web, allows the calculation of activity coefficients in organic-inorganic mixtures – from simple binary solutions to complex multicomponent systems.
The Hints & Examples page offers a step-by-step guide on how to use AIOMFAC-web, as well as useful information referring to the mode of calculation. Different examples of AIOMFAC-web calculations and related output analysis are described. In addition, you will find helpful information regarding model error and warning messages, browser compatibility, and technical problems.
Run the model
Go directly to the model input form, enter the data for your system of interest and run the model.
The Fortran source code of the AIOMFAC-web model (version 2.20 or newer) as well as supporting information are availabe publicly under a GNU GPL license v3.0 via https://github.com/andizuend/AIOMFAC.
Citation and references
If you use results from AIOMFAC-web calculations for scientific publications or other forms of reports, please cite this website and the scientific articles describing the model as detailed here.
Check the list of references given at the end of About AIOMFAC and the information in the text on that page to find a number of sources describing the AIOMFAC model and its various applications reported in the scientific literature.
Starting as the PhD thesis project of Andreas Zuend at ETH Zurich back in 2004, the AIOMFAC model has been under development for several years by now, involving a number of project partners. This website is one of the more recent products of that development process, with the goal of making the model available to the wider community. We are grateful for the financial support received from the following funding agencies, enabling the research and development of the AIOMFAC model and this website:
– AIOMFAC model
– Website & Server Hardware
US National Science Foundation (NSF), Grant AGS-1057183.
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Grant RGPIN/04315-2014).
Future development and improvement of the AIOMFAC model and this website, as well as the maintenance of the technical infrastructure and services, will depend on funds available. If you would like to support our future projects financially or as a project partner, please contact us.
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