DNA - A Thermal Energy System Simulator

Brian Elmegaard (Author), Niels Houbak (Author)

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Abstract

DNA is a general energy system simulator for both steady-state and dynamic simulation. The program includes a * component model library * thermodynamic state models for fluids and solid fuels and * standard numerical solvers for differential and algebraic equation systems and is free and portable (open source, open use, standard FORTRAN77). DNA is text-based using whichever editor, you like best. It has been integerated with the emacs editor. This is usually available on unix-like systems. for windows we recommend the Installation instructions for windows: First install emacs and then run the DNA installer
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2009
Place of PublicationKgs. Lyngby
Edition070720
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Elmegaard, B. (Author), & Houbak, N. (Author). (2009). DNA - A Thermal Energy System Simulator. Computer programme, Technical University of Denmark.