Ascend - ASCEND modelling environment

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ASCEND is an interactive environment for modeling, debugging, and solving large systems of nonlinear algebraic or differential equations. Oriented towards chemical engineering applications, it includes the largest open-source thermodynamic properties database. Its interactive design allows users to inspect and solve very difficult nonlinear systems. It includes plotting abilities and is scriptable.

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