Downloading and Installation
The demo is a full-up working
version of TAK 2000 v5 with a few key limit/restrictions imposed. Such as:
You can build your own models or play with a few models provided in the \Samples directory.
- 16 node limit
- 32 conductor limit
- Cannot create hard copies from the X/Y plotter
The Demo may be used for 30 days or 30 uses whichever comes first. The program will automatically
time out after one of these limits is reached.
- TAK 2000 is installed on a hard drive via a CD-ROM. At least 30 Mb of free disk space is required. The procedure is quick and simple:
- Shut down ALL other applications. Failure to do so may preclude some modules from being installed.
- From the START/RUN, browse to the folder where you downloaded
the program and select TAK2KDemo520.exe. Click on the OK button.
- Follow the installation prompts that appear.
- If you did not override the installation default location, the installation folder will be C:\Program Files\KK Associates\TAK 2000 Demo. Directly under "TAK 2000 Demo", there are two folder to take special note of:
After the installation is accomplished, there will be a TAK 2000 icon under the start menu (probably at the end of the menu). It will be the red K&K Associates, crossed K logo along with the words TAK 2000. Click on the icon to run TAK 2000.
Periodically, click the NEWS button on the WorkBench toolbar for Downloads, bug-reports, and work-a-rounds.
- Samples contains several sample models so you can observe the format and experiment with the tools.These models are ready to run.
- Documentation contains a file called infolist.txt which has the latest technical notes. It also contains a copy of the TAK 2000 Manual in PDF format. (Note: Clicking on the Table of Content entries will take you directly to the selected section.)
Click HERE to download TAK 2000 Demo.
It may take a few moments to connect to the FTP server. Please be patient.
- Download the "Getting Started" instructions in PDF format. It will explain how to install the TAK 2000 Demo and get you started building and running models.
- Thermal Network Modeling Handbook This is a brief introduction to the rudimentary techniques of thermal modeling coupled with a simple understanding of the various basic heat transfer mechanisms. This handbook was originally prepared for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
- If you need a copy of the Adobe Acrobat Reader, click HERE
If you want to uninstall
the TAK 2000 Demo, be sure to do it using the Control Panel's ADD/REMOVE
K&K Associates, 1995-2019