Introduction: HeatSuite contains educational materials and software demonstration related to thermodynamics. The Simulations section includes several simulations that can be run directly in your web browser. The Programs section includes links to simulation code at GitHub. The name HeatSuite initially referred to a desktop application that contained a literal suite of thermal conduction analysis tools.

Journal: The HeatSuite Journal contains papers related to simple explorations in thermodynamics and related topics, as well as computer programs and simulations of such. This journal is not peer-reviewed; however, if you are interested in reviewing (and have at least a B.A./B.S. in physics) please contact HeatSuite.

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Terms of Use: neither this site nor its owners are responsible for any damages or issues resulting from the use of this websites or programs discussed. Use at your own risk!

Author: Most of the contents in this site have been prepared by Mark Ciotola. He holds a B.A. in Physics and a Graduate Certificate in Applied Science.

Company: This site is operated by the Pavilion of Research and Commerce.

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