Chemstations is a leading international supplier of process simulation in chemical engineering.
The CHEMCAD software enables the interactive creation of flow charts, the simulation of all essential processes including control processes and the graphical representation of the results. It is characterized by an extensive property database, numerous thermodynamic models and open interfaces to MS-Excel, VBA, C++ and .NET.
|2016||CHEMCAD 7.0 is released|
|2014||CC-API, the interface to CHEMCAD flowsheets is released for selected users (closed beta).||2012||Chemstations Europe GmbH, Berlin, becomes the new European head office and Prof. Dr. Armin Fricke is appointed as managing director.|
|2007||CHEMCAD 6.0 is released with a new design that incorporates feedback from our customers and users. Over 1,000 companies worldwide use CHEMCAD, CC-BATCH, CC-THERM and CC-DYNAMICS.|
|2000||CHEMCAD IV is put on the market, as a Windows-compatible version.|
|1997||CHEMCAD IV is put on the market, as a Windows-compatible version.|
|1993||Chemstations Deutschland GmbH is founded and Wolfgang Schmidt is appointed as managing director. Chemstations is represented at the GVC-VDI annual meeting in Nuremberg.|
|1992||CC-THERM and CC-BATCH are released.|
|1988||The first CHEMCAD seminars are held in Germany and Switzerland. CHEMCAD is presented at Achema. Chemstations Inc. is founded.|
|1985||MicroCHESS changes its name to CHEMCAD.|
|1983||CHESS is made PC-compatible and is renamed as MicroCHESS.|
|1968||The origin concept behind CHEMCAD was CHESS (Chemical Engineering Simulation System), developed by Dr Rudy Motard and Dr Ernest Henley at the University of Houston with a grant from the US Navy.|