Stand-alone unit cell viewer for PCs
A new standalone viewer is available so that you can view PoreXpert void network structures (‘unit cells’) in 3D virtual reality. However, because it is new, Windows Defender and virus checkers do not know about it, and may regard it with suspicion. Please be assured that it is virus free, and signed as being validated software from PoreXpert Ltd. So you will need to confirm to continue download anyway rather than quit at any stage. It also uses MS Visual Studio and other MS dynamic link libraries, so you will have to agree Microsoft Terms and Conditions as well as our own.
To look at various different void network structure types, download this demonstration file containing the 7 different structure types listed below. Or you can view your own .pxt or .porexpert files, or look at the demo.porexpert file supplied with the download.
- (1) Horizontal: Small to large. Size 30x30x30. Cluster ratio: 6
- (2) Vertically banded. Size 30x30x30. Cluster ratio: 3
- (3) Horizontal: Large surface throats. Size 10x10x10. Cluster ratio not assigned.
- (4) Horizontal: Large surface throats. Size 30x30x30. Cluster ratio: 3
- (5) Large centre zone. Size 25x25x25. Cluster ratio: 2.5
- (6) Small centre zone.Size 30x30x30. Cluster ratio: 2
- (7) Random. Size 30x30x30. Cluster ratio: 2
First please read the simple instructions. Then click the Download button below.
Soil under slight tension, characterised by water retention, 98.3% water saturated: soil_98p3pc_water_saturated.pXt
Granite, characterised by mercury intrusion, 2% porous, 59% intruded by non-wetting fluid: granite_2pc_porous_30x_59pcHg.pXt
Cellulose nitrate membrane, characterised with porometry, water wetted at zero applied pressure for 20 nanoseconds from its top surface: Cellulose_nitrate_membrane
Gilsocarbon graphite trepanned from the core of a UK nuclear reactor showing negligible change of permeability between 400 and 640C at 40 bar pressure with clusters shown rendered and maximum permeability routes shown in non-red shades: http://www.porexpert.com/Downloads/Gilsocarbon_graphite_2perms_CR.pXt
PoreXpert version 2.0 download
We are currently testing PoreXpert version 2.0 locally. It will be available for free 14 day trials later in July 2020. Please contact us now, and we will alert you when the software becomes available.
Thank you for your interest in this world-leading software.
Edition 2.1 for PoreXpert version 2.0 (192 page pdf) : PoreXpert v2 User Manual .
Annual Symposium of the Society of Core Analysts in Pau, France on 26-29th August 2019.
Many examples of experimental input files are included on the …\Documents\PoreXpert\Example Files\Experimental Data directory created on your computer when you download and install the PoreXpert software.
Specific datafiles related to the tutorials are available by downloading tutorial files and extracting them.