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Ta Universal Analysis Software

TA Instruments strives to deliver high quality software products. These products are continuously updated to add features, support new instruments, and repair software issues. In addition, your input regarding our software products is important to us.

Ta Universal Analysis Software

Note: This software supports TAM IV and TAM Air instruments in a single installer (not yet available for TAM III customers). This download is a full version of the software and documentation.

ElectroForce Dynamic Mechanical Anaylsis (DMA) software provides a flexible platform for advanced viscoelastic property measurement for a variety of materials, including engineered materials, such as elastomers, composites as well as biomaterials. WinTest DMA software provides improved test control and analysis, including online test status graphics and better test metrics, enhancing the capabilities of ElectroForce test instruments for dynamic mechanical analysis applications.

The Scarabaeus Software for instrument control and data analysis is a powerful and versatile system for programming experiments, providing quick feedback of results, and managing data from all rubber testing instruments. The Scarabaeus Software was developed with customers from the rubber industry and is designed to meet the specific need of production and research.

The Scarabaeus Software system for instrument control and analysis integrates and organizes data from multiple instruments and historical tests. Data from RPA, MDR, Mooney Viscometer, Hardness, and Density tests can be organized, compared, and analyzed by material type, inventory order, date, and more. Advanced integration with even greater capability is also available.

This download is a full version of Orchestrator, but you must have a valid software security key to run it. If you are a registered Orchestrator user and already have a software security key from a previous Orchestrator version, this key will continue to function with this new version. If you do not have an Orchestrator security key please call your TA Instruments Technical Sales Representative for assistance.

TA Instruments strives to deliver high quality software products and instruments. These products are continuously updated to add features, support new instruments, and repair software issues. In addition, your input regarding our software products is important to us.

Details of the analyses are recorded in the analysis log within the saved analysis, PDF, or BMP image generated from Universal Analysis. After opening a data record in Universal Analysis, all actions are recorded within the analysis log. Once your analysis is complete, you can save this record, along with the associated analysis log, back to the database by selecting File/Save Analysis and/or File/Export PDF File. If the data is not saved, the analysis log is not recorded. Saved analysis logs can be viewed through the Database Viewer window.

A single-column, portable solution for your texture analysis and materials property testing, measuring up to 50kg in force. With a speed range of 0.01 to 40mm/second this extremely precise model can be programmed to conduct almost any mechanical test imaginable, allowing the imitation of real-life situations, using any of our vast range of probes and fixtures. It is also available in both standard and extended heights offering testing apertures of 370 and 590mm, and is consequently the most popular choice for universal texture analysis.

The TA.XTplusC is commonly employed to measure and quantify fundamental, empirical and imitative tests in both compression and tension, covering those relating to texture analysis, materials properties as well as effects of rheology of solid, semi-solid, viscous liquid, powder and granulate materials.

In the context of these developments, other studies have also shown that polymers exhibit viscoelastic length transitions (VLTs) near the glass transition (Tg)11. These unique shape memory transitions are macroscopically manifested by directional extension and subsequent retraction in thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers during dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA). Viscous components of the network at the onset of the Tg are responsible for polymer extension, whereas retraction results from stored conformational entropy as a result of chemical/physical crosslinks and/or chain entanglements. This behavior is quantified in terms of both strain (εmax) and stress (σSF at εmax) aspects through stored (ΔSS) and released (ΔSR) entropic energy densities, enabling relative measurements of SMEs.

The experiments were designed by M.W.U. and C.C.H. Experimental work was conducted by C.C.H. Data analysis was performed by M.W.U. and C.C.H. M.W.U. and C.C.H. wrote and edited the manuscript under supervision of M.W.U.

Methods: Facial Assessment by Computer Evaluation (FACE) software was designed for facial analysis. Outputs report the static facial landmark positions and dynamic facial movements relevant in facial reanimation. Fifty individuals underwent facial movement analysis using Photoshop-based measurements and the new software; comparisons of agreement and efficiency were made. Comparisons were made between individuals with normal facial animation and patients with paralysis to gauge sensitivity to abnormal movements.

Results: Facial measurements were matched using FACE software and Photoshop-based measures at rest and during expressions. The automated assessments required significantly less time than Photoshop-based assessments.FACE measurements easily revealed differences between individuals with normal facial animation and patients with facial paralysis.

Conclusions: FACE software produces accurate measurements of facial landmarks and facial movements and is sensitive to paralysis. Given its efficiency, it serves as a useful tool in the clinical setting for zonal facial movement analysis in comprehensive facial nerve rehabilitation programs.

Our Linseis TA software is a powerful and easy-to-use software package that supports you in your daily work as well as in complex thermoanalytical investigations. This software for thermal analysis is specially designed for Linseis instruments and opens up a wide range of possibilities for efficient use of our powerful measuring instruments.

The Linseis TA software can be run on a modern computer under the Windows versions Windows 7, 8.1 and 10. The TA analysis software package consists of the evaluation program, the administrator program and the product-specific measurement program.

The Linseis TA Software is a modular software package that provides general management functions as well as specific measurement and evaluation tools for each measuring instrument. It is essentially divided into three functional areas, which are provided by different programs:

The Linseis TA software package offers a suitable measuring program for each type of measuring instrument, which enables the control of the measuring process as well as the acquisition of all the relevant data. For more complex applications, the measurement data is stored in a database that can be accessed by all Linseis programs. For simpler measurement procedures, the report is generated in PDF or text file format. 041b061a72

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