> I´d need employ the EQ3/6 code for modeling the interaction groundwater-rock in a christaline masif. I am the author of PHREEQC, which can be used for many of the same calculations as EQ3/6, but I do not maintain or distribute EQ3/6 or its database. > What termodinamic data base should be good for modelling, due to the one used up to now DATA0-V7-COM-R22 dispose of a little amount of data for aqueous complex formation, not enought for my pretensions. At times, EQ3/6 databases are available from LLNL over the internet. Recently, the old web addresses are not accessible, so I don't know where you can get EQ3/6 databases. The latest version of PHREEQC and PHREEQCI (version 2.3, with 2.4 to be released within the week) has a database named llnl.dat that is derived from thermo.com.V8.R6+.dat. This should be a more recent version than the one you mention. llnl.dat should be very similar, except it does not include the data for most of the organic ligands. > This data base should have to be compliance with SUPCRT (SPRONS98). I don't know about compliance with SUPCRT. > Do you know any one accessible from internet? PHREEQC and the interactive version PHREEQCI is available from http://water.usgs.gov/software, or https://wwwbrr.cr.usgs.gov/projects/GWC_coupled. For EQ3/6 you should try to contact Tom Wolery. David David Parkhurst (dlpark@xxxxxxxx) U.S. Geological Survey Box 25046, MS 413 Denver Federal Center Denver, CO 80225 efe@xxxxxxxxxxxx To: h2osoft@xxxxxxxx 05/28/01 04:11 cc: In-Reply-To: <OF81EEC0F0.123BDE7A-ON85256A5B.00412821@xxxxxxxx> PM Subject: just a question Hello. I have a question. May be you could help me and I´d be very pleased for that. I´d need employ the EQ3/6 code for modeling the interaction groundwater-rock in a christaline masif. What termodinamic data base should be good for modelling, due to the one used up to now DATA0-V7-COM-R22 dispose of a little amount of data for aqueous complex formation, not enought for my pretensions. This data base should have to be compliance with SUPCRT (SPRONS98). Do you know any one accessible from internet? Thank you very much and best regards.
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