Thermokinetics is a software for the kinetic analysis of thermal measurements, including model-free and model based kinetic analysis. The kinetic analysis allows to find the set of kinetic parameters e.g. number of steps, contribution of each step to the total effect of the process such as step enthalpy or step mass loss; reaction type, activation energy and reaction order for each step. Then this information will be used for predictions of reaction progress for given temperature conditions or optimization of temperatures to get the desired reaction rate and product concentrations. The predictions can be done for one or several isothermal measurements, for dynamic measurements like heating, for isothermal or dynamic segment with daily temperature oscillations and for any sequence from such temperature segments.
A program for simulation of the thermal behavior under conditions of both heat generation and heat conductivity. A finite element solution for simple geometries such as infinite plate, infinite cylinder and sphere is offered. The temperature dependence of cp, density and heat conductivity is taken into account.
The Program is a software module for kinetic evaluation of measurements with reactions in homogeneous mixtures. The total process is presented as the sum of elementary reactions. The software determines the pre-exponential factor and activation energy for each elementary reaction and makes the prediction and optimization of the reaction behaviour for any temperature conditions and for any initial concentration of reactants, including the presence of solvent.
If your experimental curve looks very complex with several maxima and seems to contain several overlapping peaks then our software helps to separate these peaks, presents experimental data as a sum of peaks, and analyzes each peak separately. The universal peak shape is used, which is the weighted mixture of Fraser-Suzuki and asymmetric Cauchy. The following peak types are the partial cases of the universal peak shape: Gaussian, Cauchy, Pseudo- Voigt (additive mixture of Gaussian and Cauchy), Fraser-Suzuki (asymmetric Gaussian), Laplace, asymmetric Laplace and asymmetric Cauchy.