Share DIPPR 801 Database – Sponsor Version The DIPPR 801 Database is an extensive database of rigorously evaluated pure component data on industrially important chemical compounds. The Database contains: 2332 Compounds Values for 49 Thermo-physical Properties for each compound in the database Raw data and expert recommended values for 34 Constant Properties Raw literature data and expert recommended equation coefficients for 15 Temperature Dependent Properties Predicted values when experimental chemical data is not available References, notes, and quality codes for all data points Sponsor Advantages A sponsor of the DIPPR® Database Project (801) has all of the typical advantages of a member of a jointly-funded consortium and has unlimited internal use of the DIPPR® 801 Database which has become the industry standard for pure component physical properties. Sponsor representatives participate in the Project 801 steering committee which selects the chemicals, properties, and correlations that are included in the Database and determine the direction of the project. Sponsors have special access to the data about five years before the data is released to the public through the Project s public dissemination activities; in addition, the sponsor data retrieval software is much more comprehensive than the public version enabling sponsors to obtain accurate engineering data conveniently and rapidly. Licensing income generated from public dissemination is used to support the project, thus leveraging sponsor support. Sponsor representatives to Project 801 have contact with more than 20 physical property data experts from other leading international companies as well as the Project Investigators and other members of the project staff. Sponsor representatives develop an in-depth understanding of the science of data collection and evaluation that only comes from participating in the entire process. The annual cost for sponsorship is about the same as the annual license fee for the public version while providing the benefits enumerated above. DIPPR 801 Database – Public Version The Public Version of the DIPPR 801 Database is an extensive database of rigorously evaluated pure component data on industrially important chemical compounds. The Database contains: 2130 Compounds Values for 49 Thermo-physical Properties for each compound in the database Raw data and expert recommended values for 34 Constant Properties Raw literature data and expert recommended equation coefficients for 15 Temperature Dependent Properties Predicted values when experimental chemical data is not available References, notes, and quality codes for all data points DIPPR® 801 Database Public Version Licensing Possibilities DIPPR 801 Database/DIADEM Software Interface DIPPR 801 Database, Web Version Secondary Distribution Order Public Version DIPPR 801 Sample Public Version DIPPR 801 Database, Web Version DIADEM Front-End Interface for the DIPPR 801 Database DIADEM, a proprietary BYU developed front-end for the DIPPR 801 Database, is a convenient interface to the DIPPR 801 Database that enhances one's ability to view, calculate, plot and compare the thermo-physical properties in the database. .DIADEM can be used with both Sponsor and Public Versions of the 801 Database. DIADEM Highlights: Predict properties using the automated prediction package Search and compare multiple components Compare user database with DIPPR 801 Database View multiple components at a time Graph and plot thermo-physical data points Convert values Calculate and compare properties at different temperatures Set default units/add user units Create and manage a user database View 2-D and 3-D models of database compounds View a more detailed slide show with screen shots Chime Plugin Watch the DIADEM video tutorial DIPPR® 801 Database Access Possibilities DIPPR 801 Database/DIADEM Software Interface DIPPR 801 Database, Web Version Secondary Distribution Order DIPPR 801 Sample DIPPR 801 Database, Web Version DIPPR 801® Database/DIADEM Software Interface The database management system implemented by this project is Microsoft Access®. A free 'runtime' version of Microsoft Access® included with the database allows users to view the data tables and chemical information using a simple graphical user interface designed by the BYU DIPPR® 801 staff. The interface enables users to search for chemicals by name, number of carbon atoms, molecular formula, etc. The recommended system requirements for the database are: • Windows 95® or Windows NT® 4.0 (or later) • Pentium® Class CPU • 32 MB RAM • 800 x 600 Resolution Display • 150 MB Free Hard Disk Space • CD-ROM Drive DIPPR 801® Database, Web Version The WWW interface to the database provides the following enhancements and capabilities over those available in the stand-alone and network version: • Search for a chemical by name, chemical formula, or CAS® number (the option is given to search based on an exact or partial match) • Enter a range for any of the constant DIPPR® properties and find all compounds whose value for the property in question are inside the specified range (can be done for ranges on multiple properties) • View the accepted DIPPR® values and the raw literature data • Instantly calculate values for the temperature dependent properties at a specified temperature • Display and graph both the fitted equation and raw data for the temperature dependent properties across a user defined temperature range • Select from standard units (i.e. CGS, English, etc.) or build a custom set of units in which to display the values in the database • Print out the information for a given chemical This version is optimized for the latest versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer®, but may work fine with other browsers.