A database for the thermophysical properties of hydrogen that supports a wide range of parameters including high pressures and high temperatures is being developed. The database performance requirements were studied and, in this paper, an application that combines a server-client database and a live CD is proposed. For this, an "All in One Live CD" application has been developed. Web interfaces provide excellent user interfaces for databases. However, there are some disadvantages for web interfaces related to server maintenance and access restrictions. This new application, the "All in One Live CD," is free of these disadvantages, and provides a database with a property estimation service independent of the computer environment. From a single boot via the "All in One Live CD," the database becomes accessible on multiple computers so that this feature makes the new application a unique solution as a distribution media.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Condensed Matter Physics