The Software for Emission Spectrochemical Analysis (below it will be called as abbreviation SESA) can be used as software of spectrometers compatible with ARL 3460 or spectrometers with measuring system S-525 or S 527, but it can be adapted to other spectrometers.
Necessity for calibration is appearing when previous calibration became not vary good or when is appearing necessity to analyze new alloys or after upgrading measuring system of spectrometer. The table of concentrations and spectrum intensity of standards is the source information to calibrate a spectrometer. Deep knowledge of mathematic, physics and spectral analysis must be studied to correctly calibrate spectrometer by this table. Furthermore, it takes very long time even for competent analyst.
The SESA has some enhancements that allow you to calibrate spectrometer accurately, easily and quickly:
The SESA has integrated help system and operates with database SQL of local network: creation and deleting of tables, reading, writing, deleting, and correction of records. The program has important abilities of original spectrometer software (it observes parameters of spectrometer, uses spectral lines of an element according to its concentration etc.) excluding internet connection.
The SESA is written by C# safe codes and is designed for work under Windows with Framework.NET v.2.0 or higher. This program does not require installation and just is run by executable file. The program is easy to learn and to use.
The free edition of SESA can process analytical files with and without connection to spectrometer. This program can operate ARL-3460 with software Win OE according to document “INSTRUMENT CONTROLLER PROTOCOL SPECIFICATION” that comes with spectrometer. Spectrometers with software OXSAS have other protocol, therefore this program can not operate such spectrometers.
If you want to download demonstration freeware, please click here: Download
The test analytical program can be downloaded with the demonstration file. It contains intensity and concentration of simulated standards with the mutual influence of elements. The SESA must find the influencing elements, types and coefficients of the mutual influence of the elements that are built into the test. The explaining document describes how the test was created.
If you have any questions, please ask me by e-mail. If you need, I can adjust the program to your alloys and train you to use it.
Shamil R. Musin