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Re: Thermodynamic Cycles Program
« Reply #15 on: January 18, 2017, 11:33:09 am »
If you are using C/C++, yes, you can create a file containing the data, rename it to give it the ".tns" extension, transfer it to your calculator as well as the program. Then, the program can look for this file by its name and open it.

Actually the program containing all the data exists, it's called AssThermoD for tns. If there is some way to use those results/calculations on other program i will have like 60% done because the parameters that have to be calculated need that data of AssThermo

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Re: Thermodynamic Cycles Program
« Reply #16 on: January 23, 2017, 08:14:59 am »
Ok,good news, after a lot of research I found the steam tables in excel which is a huge advance.

The next step, is multiple interpolation and equations... actually this lost me a lot because there's a lot of data trust me...

After this:

Steam tables spreadsheet
Interpolation program
Assumptions calculation program
Find best language (C, C++,Python,LUA...)
Nspire coding

Hope someone help me with all of that.
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Re: Thermodynamic Cycles Program
« Reply #17 on: January 25, 2017, 07:03:51 pm »
Better news, i'm an idiot...

Basically i "discover" that you can add a page in the assthermo and use all the data for calculations... :banghead:

So I have to think the way of implement all that data on a program for "simulate" thermocycles and the assumptions, any ideas?