Users of BP Cassandra excel file have migrated to cloud solutions.
Cassandra was BP’s implementation of the DeWaard-Milliams CO2 corrosion model including BP
experience in using this model. BP Cassandra was internally distributed in BP and it includes a pH calculation considering CO2 content, temperature and full water chemistry.
“Cassandra 98” was BP’s implementation of the 1991, 1993 and 1995 CO2 corrosion prediction models published by De Waard et al. A version of Cassandra 98 was available as a spreadsheet for Microsoft Excel. The distribution file was an executable file that installed all excel macros and demo folders for corrosion calculations
Cassandra was a proprietary software fully owned by BP and no longer in development. Modified copies of the file “BPcassandra.xls” and “BPcassandra.xlm”circulate in the internet and provide incorrect results.
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