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Gibbs

By Thomas Cool1, R. Edwin García1, Alex Bartol1

1. Purdue University

Python-based libraries for the calculation of phase diagrams and thermodynamic properties

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Version 0.7 - published on 27 Apr 2015

doi:10.4231/D3V97ZS6F cite this

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World usage

Location of all "Gibbs" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

291

7 65 69 74 75 79 84 85 91 96 98 103 106 108 113 115 118 125 129 147 149 151 152 157 162 185 188 191 192 195 197 201 203 204 207 210 215 226 231 232 235 235 238 238 240 240 246 248 249 251 253 254 257 261 261 265 270 271 273 284 287 290 290 291 291

Users By Organization Type
Type Users
Educational - University 228 (78.35%)
Unidentified 42 (14.43%)
National Lab 8 (2.75%)
Industry 8 (2.75%)
Government Agency 3 (1.03%)
Military 1 (0.34%)
Unemployed 1 (0.34%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 176 (80.37%)
in INDIA 9 (4.11%)
de GERMANY 9 (4.11%)
br BRAZIL 5 (2.28%)
co COLOMBIA 5 (2.28%)
kr KOREA, REPUBLIC OF 4 (1.83%)
ru RUSSIAN FEDERATION 3 (1.37%)
cn CHINA 3 (1.37%)
fr FRANCE 3 (1.37%)
ar ARGENTINA 2 (0.91%)

Simulation Runs

1,645

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Overview
Average Total
Wall Clock Time 22.82 hours 306.17 days
CPU time 1.59 seconds 8.51 minutes
Interaction Time 3.7 hours 49.67 days

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