The thermofluids.net (or TEST) web portal created by Entropysoft is an educational platform for lifelong learning of thermodynamics.
Your name, email address, organization name, and country name are collected to identify you in the platform. Your are also required to select a category of user from the available options: (a) Student; (b) Educator; (c) Professional; or (d) Other.
Usage of various resources offered by this platform is recorded with your profile. This includes particular problems solved, animations viewed, and TESTapps used. Every data recorded in your profile is viewable to you from the Problems page.
You can use the information we collect to keep track of your progress in outcome based problems solving. The problems pages are customized based on your record (problem numbers of the problemsolved correctly are marked green, for example).
When you join a group created by another user (superviser), you agree to make your progress report visible to your superviser. Your superviser can use this information, for example, to monitor your progress, assign you a letter grade, etc.
The texbook 'Thermodynamics: An Interactive Approach' by Bhattacharjee was published by Pearson in 2014. If you are registered as an educator, your email address and university name maybe shared with Pearson. No other personal information is shared with Pearson.
Your progress report is not shared with any third party. Only your supervisor can access that report.
Comments you write on the Forum are viewable by other users. You can select to be anonymous to hide your identity while posting a comment.
While no organization can guarantee perfect security, we are continuously implementing and updating security measures to help protect your information against unlawful or unauthorized access, loss, destruction, or alteration.
Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any question, concern, or suggestion.