CHEMCAD is Chemstations’ intuitive suite of chemical process simulation software that broadens an engineer’s capabilities and increases productivity. CHEMCAD supercharges an engineer’s efficiency when facing the toughest chemical process models or addressing day-to-day challenges.



Version 7.1 has even more features and enhancements to advance your engineering projects further.








Recent CHEMCAD Features

  • Updated user interface, with improvements to flowsheet drawing and a more professional look
  • Major improvements to the CHEMCAD reporting engine, with greater customization
  • CAPE-OPEN connectivity with HTRI Xchanger Suite (trademark of Heat Transfer Research, Inc.)
  • 180+ new chemicals added to the component database
  • Pure component data regression using the equation of your choice

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Chemical Engineering in Practice, Second Edition by John E. Edwards is a technical workbook on process design, simulation, and implementation, based on 50 years of practical experience in process engineering and simulation. This unique reference includes simulation cases—in many cases, based on actual designs or plan operations—all performed using CHEMCAD.

Are you an Amazon Kindle or Kindle for PC user? You can buy the download here.

More Great Reading

Novice and veteran engineers alike can learn something from the experiences of Ben Horwitz, whose book Portrait of a Chemical Engineer collects tales from his many years in the field. Be sure to check out our blog post on Ben, and see our training schedule for his excellent CHEMCAD workshops.


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