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comment Nice scientific pictures show off
@PeterEbelsberger Is chat ok or would you prefer some more privacy?
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comment Nice scientific pictures show off
I'm not sure if the code should still work with up-to-date tex packages. It also call command-line tools (written in C++) that output the actual data, and those are definitely not included above.
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comment Nice scientific pictures show off
@matth CoolProp and the C++ example code compiled fine on linux. CoolProp uses the IAPWS-SF95 formulation as well so I'd recommend that over my own code. Also, the lib comes with tons of other fluids, which is great.
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comment Nice scientific pictures show off
@matth Thanks for that suggestion. I thought about using available libraries, but somehow failed to find one that was free and simple enough to compile/use. I'll have a look at CoolProp for my next extreme procrastination project!
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comment Milestone graphic in TikZ
It's certainly possible to do this, but you will end up asking several more questions here regarding specific difficulties. That's going to happen once you have tried to break the figure down into smaller drawing problems.