F/P-Cal Reports - Analyze curves and create reports
F/P-Cal Reports is used to retrieve curves from past experiments, zoom in on parts of the curve for more detailed analysis, create comprehensive reports or save graphs as images. You can also export data into a format compatible with spreadsheet applications such as Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice.
F/P-Cal Logger - Operate your instrument
F/P-Cal Logger operates your calorimetry equipment. You can start/stop logging capture relevant data for your experiment that will be stored along with the heat curve. You can also create interim reports while logging data.
CalCommander is designed to operate the following semi-adiabatic calorimeters:
• Calmetrix F-Cal 4000 and F-Cal 8000
• Calmetrix P-Cal 1000
• Grace Adiacal 4 & 8-cell
The CalCommander software application is divided in several modules. These different modules appear as tabs on the upper part of the screen. Each tab corresponds to a specific functionality of the software, as follows:
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CalCommander - Software applications for semi-adiabatic calorimeters
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CALCOMMANDER FOR SEMI-ADIABATIC CALORIMETERS
F/P-Cal Set - Infer Setting times
F/P-Cal Set's functionality is to infer setting times directly from calorimetry curves. Based on the proven "fractions" method, It is quick to set up and easy to use. Users can create correlation files for given mix designs to fine tune results.The dosftware also providees a graphic represnetation of your window of finishability for each mix.
P-Cal Strength - Infer compressive strength
This module for strength prediction or estimation requires the use of P-Cal units, and would typically not work with F-Cal or Grace Adiacal units.
P-Cal Strength can be used in two ways:
a. establish a correlation between a yoiur standard mixes' calorimetry curve and compressive strength values. This correlation can later be used to predict compressive strength.for this particular mix, or
b. make physical compressive strength testing for a few curing ages and use the calorimetry curve to estimate strength at other curing ages (this can be done with nay mix, without prior correlation)