OpSim is an open source Chemical Engineering Process Simulator with a user friendly drag-and-drop graphical user interface and an underlying high performance simulation engine.
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OpSim is an open source Chemical Engineering Process Simulator with a user friendly drag-and-drop graphical user interface and an underlying high performance simulation engine. OpSim is cross-platform and runs equally well on Linux, Windows and Macintosh computers.

Binaries

If you would like to start using OpSim immediately please check out our release page. There you will find a fully containing zipfile suited for your platform. Please report any issues or ideas that you have to improve OpSim.

Building and installation

The following is a basic outline for compiling and installing OpSim...

  • To build you'll first need to setup a build environment. The procedure for this can vary depending on your OS so I'll only cover the high points...
  • You'll need the Free Pascal Compiler, version 3.0.4
  • OpSim uses pmake to build the sources
  • Once you have a working build environment you can setup the build by creating a subfolder in the trunk (e.g. build) and running pmake .. for an out of source build
  • OpSim is designed to require a minimum set of dependencies. As of now only the readily available OpenGL is required.
  • You can now build OpSim by issuing ./make
  • To install OpSim, including all platform dependent libraries, scripts and other supporting files issue a ./make install
  • If all goes well OpSim will be compiled and installed on your machine