Repository Choices


Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Re-usable data:

Though CHEMCONNECT is not a prerequisite for the development of a data management plan with Blurock Consulting AB, it does provide FAIR concept support. If another, repository option is chosen, CHEMCONNECT can still be expanded with domain knowledge to work as a supplementary option.

CHEMCONNECT, a cloud-based service, is a database that support satisfying FAIR, that data be findable, accessible, interoperable and re-usable data. The extensive data connectivity offered by CHEMCONNECT allows efficient search through the data objects and with reference keys associated with the data sets connections to external repositories are made. The interface of CHEMCONNECT will also provide visualization of data and conversion and access interfaces to other repositories.

Combustion Related repository

offers a sustainable repository designed and used within the combustion community. The repository consists of datasets, with an assigned DOI identification, with supplementary information. The data format is XML based and is considered one of the standards for combustion information. The data is made publicly available and downloadable with searching techniques based on the meta-data of the dataset.

PrIMe, which stands for Process Informatics Model (, is a data-centric approach that relies on three major activities: collection and organization of scientific data; availability of scientific tools for effective data analysis and processing; and engagement of the entire scientific community in the data collection, curation, and analysis.

FlameCloud is a cloud-based cyber-infrastructure for managing combustion research and enabling collaborations. The infrastructure includes both software and hardware components and is used by industry professional and academics. This website provides a front-end for data search tools, web-based numerical simulations, and discussion forums.

General Repository Options

Conpendium of database repositories:

Some concrete examples of general repository options