About ChemE Toolbox
ChemE Toolbox started as a personal project, and currently serves as a place to host my process heat integrator. I originally created the integrator program as an undergrad to help optimize the design of my team's chemical plant for my senior design project. It was written in horrifically bad MATLAB code, but I decided to rewrite it in significantly better Python so I could host it online. My hope is that many chemical engineering students will be able to design better, more sustainable processes using the integration tool, while also saving themselves from many hours of tedious hand calculations.
For more specific information regarding the integration program and how it works, see the help icon on the integrator page.
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Potential Future Projects
- Implement heat exchange network for process integrator
- Mass transfer demo using kinetic Monte Carlo
- Liquid-liquid extraction simulator
Howdy! I'm Nathan. I'm currently a software engineer at C3 AI.
I live in San Francisco with my wife, the brilliant and lovely Denise.
My current hobbies include hiking, reading, playing board games, studying Greek.
Soli Deo gloria!