Development of TSorpMod extension of TSolMod class library for surface complexation and ion exchange models.
Development of more phase models of mixing for the TSolMod class library, incl. sublattice solid solutions.
Development of a UnSpace module for the model sensitivity analysis in "uncertainty space" (suspended).
Release of GEM-Selektor v 3.3.3 and GEMS3K v 3.3 with the extended Phase module and part of TKinMet functionality.
GEM-Selektor v.3.2.3 release candidate rev.2554.952 open for download. Bugfix release based on Qt 5.2.1.
GEM-Selektor v.3.2.2 release candidate rev.2530.930 open for download. Bugfix release based on Qt 5.2.0.
Standalone GEMS3K program for coupled simulation codes (foreseen to
be distributed open source). Already used in OGS-GEMS, CSMP++GEMS and
MCOTAC-GEM reactive mass transport codes.
Perfomance optimization of the GEM IPM-2 numerical kernel module for coupled models and uncertainty/sensitivity studies (2 to 30 times faster).
Preparation of the GEM-Selektor v.2.0.0-PSI release candidate on web site of LES PSI (done).
Construction of this web home page for the distribution of GEM-Selektor version 2-PSI geochemical modelling package (done).
Pilot study on geochemical modelling of aquatic systems under
uncertainty of input parameters using GEM IPM (collaborators:
K.V.Chudnenko, M.V.Artimenko, I.K.Karpov; Institute of Geochemistry,
Irkutsk, Russia); Done; report in preparation.
Adding the "stepwise" (debugging) mode for calculations of equilibria and process simulators (S. Dmitrieva; done).
Format script interpreter in GEMS code (done in February-April 2002) and library of print- and export format scripts and template math scripts in default database (version 0 prepared in August 2002).
Development of a high-precision IPM-2 non-linear minimization module of GEMS-PSI v2.x code (a collaborative project with I.K.Karpov and K.V.Chudnenko, Institute of Geochemistry, Irkutsk, Russia): PSI TM-44-02-06 (with appendix).
Improvement of GEMS version 2 GUI (graphical user interface), graphical presentation modules, and database file management tools to increase the efficiency of modelling work: done in spring - summer 2002.
Preparation of the GEMS-PSI version of Nagra-PSI Chemical Thermodynamic Data Base 01/01: PSI TM 44-03-04 (1 MB), replaces TM-44-02-09.
Short Course "Numerical Techniques in Geochemical Thermodynamics" (D. Kulik and M.Kersten), held on 24 - 28 September 2001 at the Geosciences Institute, Johannes Gutenberg-Universitšt, Mainz, Germany (17 participants).
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