TTS Shift Factors: General description

Purpose

Application handling time-temperature superposition factors and fit theories

Data Files

  • The first line of the file should contain the sample parameters separated by semi-colons (;). It may contain any number of parameters which will be read and saved as file-parameter in RepTate.

  • Then the data columns should appear, separated by spaces or tabs.

.ttsf extension

Text files with .ttsf extension should be organised as follows:

  • .ttsf files should contaion at least the parameter value for the:

    1. sample molar mass Mw,

  • 3 columns separated by spaces or tabs containing respectively:

    1. Temperature in degree Celcius

    2. Horizontal shift factor, aT

    3. Vertical shift factor, bT

Other columns will be ingnored. A correct .ttsf file looks like:

Mw=1131.0;chem=PI;origin=LeedsDA;label=PI1000k-02_FS_PP10;PDI=1.05;
T            aT           bT
[°C]         [-]          [-]
-40          1936.91      1.14298
-30          146.777      1.10282
-20          19.4248      1.06584
...          ...          ...

Views

Log(aT)

BaseApplicationTTSFactors.viewLogaT()[source]

Logarithm of the horizontal shift factor

aT

BaseApplicationTTSFactors.viewaT()[source]

Horizontal shift factor

Log(bT)

BaseApplicationTTSFactors.viewLogbT()[source]

Logarithm of the vertical shift factor

bT

BaseApplicationTTSFactors.viewbT()[source]

Vertical shift factor

Log(aT, bT)

BaseApplicationTTSFactors.viewLogaTbT()[source]

Logarithm of the vertical shift factor

Log(aT) vs 1/T (Kelvin)

BaseApplicationTTSFactors.viewLogaT_invT()[source]

Logarithm of the horizontal shift factor

Todo

Complete the views