Video Review of Chemical Workbench-Tool for Modeling Reactive Flows and Developing Chemical MechanismsPosted on March 26th, 2010 by Masha Petrova
Hi MVP Readers,
This is a review/tutorial/intro video of KINTECH software tools: Chemical Workbench - for modeling reactive flow processes, KinteckDB- database for storing species and reaction and chemical mechanism info, and KHIMERA – tool for calculating reaction rate parameters.
The video is in 4 parts. It gives a good overview of what you might expect from KINTECH tools. You can request a free trial version of the software by visiting: http://www.kintechlab.com, creating a login name and clicking on the “downloads” link.
DISCLAIMER: I am using the free trial version of this software. This is my personal, unbiased opinion. I am not paid, or in anyway compensated by to do a review of this software.
(I realize you can’t fast forward on these videos, sorry about that! I am using screentoaster.com, guess the fast forward capability is not available)
Part1: Chemical Workbench Overview
(Sorry about the lame background screen during the first 5 mins – my webcam is lagging behind the screen video just in this first video! Bear with me – the other 3 videos uploaded just fine.)
Part2: Running an example
Part3: KintechDB (database tool) Overview (LOOOOOOOOOOOVE this tool!)
Part4: KHIMERA (Cool tool for creating your own rxn rate constants)
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