kinetics: The Chemical Kinetics Model Builder

The team at CMCL is now proud to offer kinetics, directly to customers with full support from our experienced technical staff.
This tool simplifies the experience of building, designing, maintaining, and applying chemical kinetics reaction models to engineering
applications in the automotive/non-road, energy, and chemical processing industries. The kinetics tool enables you to design & develop
your own solutions in an efficient, intuitive & flexible environment offering the following benefits and features:

  • Design of Experiments – offers different Design of Experiment (DoE) strategies suitable for any model application (Linear Grid, Full Factorial, and Sobol)
  • Mechanism Reduction – enables the development of smaller mechanisms that may be used to reduce the CPU time for simulations of practical devices
  • Mechanism Viewer – efficient navigation of the chemistry & thermodynamic data allows high quality and robust mechanisms for your engineering applications
  • Sensitivity Analysis – run advanced sensitivity analysis on most parameters within the tool, i.e. reaction rates, initial temperature etc.

Recent Additions

  • Advanced mechanism viewer enabling full visualisation of mechanism parameters.
  • Accompanying training material examples accelerate the learning curve.
  • Serial & Parallel batch running & analysis of multiple cases.
  • A wide range of analysis tools including Sensitivity Analysis, Design of Experiments, and Particle Animations.
  • Construct & simulate parameter sweeps through the use of sub-cases.
  • A fully flexible API library compatible with FORTRAN and C++.
  • A library of reactors suitable for all your simulation requirements.

Hardware Compatibility

  • Full support for 64bit versions of Windows  7, 8, and 10.
  • A range of licencing options including node locked and floating seats.
  • Support for running multiple simulations on multiples cores, or one simulation across multiple cores.
  • Full support for multiple user configurations on a single machine.

Mechanism Viewer Reactions
Viewing reactions in a chemical kinetics mechanism
CV Adiabatic Results
Results of a Constant Volume Adiabatic Reactor