This page provides resources for the FREZCHEM (FREeZing CHEMistry) computer model, which simulates and predicts the behavior of substances at extremely cold temperatures. This FORTRAN model allows researchers to look at and predict geochemical processes at sub-zero temperatures. The potential applications are numerous, including examining the possibility of life on other planets, mine reclamation in cold regions, gas hydrate stability in oceans, and commercial refrigeration processes.
The authors of this work are: Giles Marion, Mikhail V. Mironenko and Morien W. Roberts.
Right-click on the links below to download the FORTRAN source code, release notes for new features in each version, and support files. You are encouraged to use an earlier version if you do not require the features added in later versions. Earlier versions tend to be faster and more robust.
|Version||Source Code||Release Notes (PDF)||Support Files|
|17.1||source code||notes||input | solidmass | solidphase | nuances|
|16.1||source code||notes||input | solidmass | solidphase | nuances|
|15.1||source code||notes||input | solidmass | solidphase | nuances|
|14.2||source code||notes||input | solidmass | solidphase | nuances|
|13.3||source code||notes||input | solidmass | solidphase | nuances|