Lifetime Predictions Based on Climate Temperature Profiles

Lifetime Predictions Based on Climate Temperature Profiles

The Kinetics Neo software by NETZSCH allows for advanced analytics. Learn how to predict the decomposition behavior of materials under different climatic conditions and how to estimate thermal risks and hazards.

The NETZSCH product portfolio includes a wide range of instruments that can determine properties of materials at given temperatures and heating rates.

But for some materials and areas of application, this does not paint the full picture. Thus, it is necessary to be able to predict material properties at any temperature and heating rate.

The Kinetics Neo software by NETZSCH allows for these advanced analytics.

New to Kinetics Neo?

Get an overview of the basic functionalities here!

In the video below, Dr. Elena Moukhina explains two key features of the software and provides real use cases.

Predictions for Different Climatic Profiles

With this feature, the Kinetics Neo software can predict the decomposition behavior of materials under different climatic conditions.

For instance, it is possible to determine the lifetime of coating in a hot or cold climate, or how paint will last until it degrades.

From an ecological point of view, it is interesting to analyze how different plastic materials degrade in different climates and under various weather conditions.

Simulation of TD24

The most dangerous industrial accidents in the chemical industry are exothermal reactions that go out of control (runaway reactions). One common criterion for the estimation of thermal risks and hazards is called Temperature for Adiabatic Conditions 24 Hours (also known as TD24 TMRad, TMR24), which is the temperature at which the time to maximum reaction rate is 24 hours.

The analysis ensures the thermal safety of chemical processes and determines the thermal stability of high-energetic materials.

Learn here how to use the Kinetics Neo software for predictions for different climatic profiles and determination of Temperature for Adiabatic Conditions 24 Hours.

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