This page is reserved for released Beta
versions of Kintecus.
CLICK HERE FOR Kintecus V6.8 BETA.
This version fully supports :
- The ultra-accurate standard error calculation of fits known as
bootstrapping now supports Global/local regression datasets for both
global and local variable regressions.
- A fix for thermodynamic databases that have coefficients with
positive exponents represented by a space such as "1.234E 32" (it should be
read in as 1.234E+32) or "9.874E 12" (9.874E+12) The older versions of
Kintecus would read them as "1.234" and "9.874". Note that exponents with
lower case "e" such as "1.234e 32" were always read in correctly
- The current package is missing the thermodynamic database for the butane
model. For now, you can get that here (click here).
Also a slightly updated Kintecus V6.8 manual
Kintecus 5.9b beta (download rar file here,
you'll need unrar to unrar the executable).
- This version should be able to handle all of LLNL combustion models
- This version can also apply any type of constraints in equation form
between any of variable or constants for use in regression/fitting.
Several dozen LLNL models have been converted over to Kintecus. Several Biodiesel model
surrogates, gasoline surrogate, diesel surrogates and their reduced models as
well as some pure models (isooctane, carbonates, etc). There are also some
organophosphate and TNT models from LLNL converted .
Also, the ck2kin (chemkin to Kintecus converter,
click here to download) has been updated and should
be able to handle most new chemkin models especially those at LLNL (where all
the models below originated) and those at Combustion Chemistry Centre at
National University of Ireland, Galway. The C3 lab has some useful models such
as ARAMCOMECH 2.0 (2016/17) models which Kintecus fully supports.
BIODIESEL Surrogate 2
DIESEL Surrogate 1
DIESEL Surrogate 2
AramcoMech2.0 (From Aramco and NUI
New type of fitting with constraints example:
equation constraint for multiple fitting of multiple datasets