Chemical WorkBench

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Chemical WorkBench is a proprietary simulation software tool aimed at the reactor scale kinetic modeling of homogeneous gas-phase and heterogeneous processes and kinetic mechanism development. It can be effectively used for the modeling, optimization, and design of a wide range of industrially and environmentally important chemistry-loaded processes. Chemical WorkBench is a modeling environment based on advanced scientific approaches, complementary databases, and accurate solution methods. Chemical WorkBench is developed and distributed by Kintech Lab.

Chemical WorkBench models[edit]

Chemical WorkBench has an extensive library of physicochemical models:

  • Thermodynamic Models
  • Gas-Phase Kinetic Models
  • Flame model
  • Heterogeneous Kinetic Models
  • Non-Equilibrium Plasma Models
  • Detonation and Aerodynamic Models
  • Membrane Separation Models
  • Mechanism Analysis and Reduction

Fields of application[edit]

Chemical WorkBench can be used by researchers and engineers working in the following fields:

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