In the present paper the dynamic properties of nonisothermal-nonadiabatic calorimeters have been analysed. In these calorimeters the thermal effect produced is partly accumulated in the calorimetric vessel, and partly transmitted to the shield with constant temperature. The generalized equation of the heat balance and the equation of the dynamics have been given for this type of calorimeter. The dependence between the course of the thermal effectQ in timet as a function of the temperature changesν of the calorimeter has been presented. DependencesQ(t)=f[ν(t)] for a calorimeter with different domain configurations distinguished in it, and with different mutual locations of heat sources and temperature sensor have been given. Practical application of the considerations presented has been given.