Scale-up Suite Help
What is Reference?

This menu item allows you to access broad and deep model building resources directly from the Dynochem ribbon.

How can I use it?
Click the items in the menu to download:

- the Process Scheme drawing workbook, which helps you to consider the phases and rates that you should include in your model

- the Dynochem model-building help manual in PDF format

- the statements workbook, illustrating many of the model-building elements and from which you can copy and paste syntax into your own model.

We also recommend that you experiment with the Process item in the Dynochem ribbon.  The Example Model feature generates a basic model as a new workbook.  You can learn how to add features on your process worksheet using the other items in the Process menu.

New model-building features in Dynochem 5

For full details of new model-building features introduced with Dynochem 5, access the Manual using the Reference menu.  You can search inside the manual for the string "New in Dynochem 5" to see them all.  Take a look in Statements too; there's a tab dedicated to features that are new in Dynochem 5.

The following new feature will prevent parsing of old models until the model is edited:

The following new features will generate hints/ warnings in old models on parsing:      

The following are new features that will exist only in new models:             

The following features are still supported in the current release of Dynochem 5 for backwards compatibility of user models, although they do not represent best practices when building models:

The following features have been deprecated in Dynochem 5:

To convert model files in the old XLs format (including very old models containing macros) to files in the more compact xlsx format that are also easier to use with Dynochem:





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