TAITherm v13.0 contains several new features and upgrades that will boost your simulation capabilities and improve your workflow. Below is an overview of what we have included in the new release.
Improved application performance
Application performance has been updated in this release, with improved speed of opening large files up to 50%, autoscaling transient thermal results, animating results in the post-processor and adding or deleting of parts. These updates increase productivity and create efficient use of your hardware resources.
Python support for user routines
The addition of Python support enables users of this popular scripting language to create and execute scripts in TAITherm, including built-in math and physics modules. It requires less time to customize capabilities and automate processes.
Improved script editor
Improvements have been made to the script editor including syntax highlighting and parenthesis matching, allowing you to write scripts faster and with less programming errors.
Simultaneously view multiple results quantities
You can now view more than one physical quantity in the results tab at the same time. This allows you to customize the view of different heat rates for different applications and enables you to easily compare various heat rates for many layers.
Updated pre-processing layout
Enjoy a streamlined workflow by specifying design temperature limits in the Editor tab instead of in the Summary table.
Improved CFD data import
We have enhanced mesh mapping control by implementing tolerance limits, which allows you to receive a notification when the distance between thermal or CFD meshes exceed desired values. You can then choose whether to continue, stop the mapping, or use replacement values.
Advanced solution parameters & support of parallel processing
Write intermediate results while running the distributed parallel solver and specify a much greater amount of view factors, allowing you to model higher radiation accuracy.
Moisture Transport feature (beta test)
The new moisture transport feature enables you to track moisture transportation and accumulation. Understand how moisture moves through permeable layers, and how it accrues in layers and on surfaces. You will be able to create more accurate human models, understand latent heat in layers and model moisture storage in seat models.
*This feature is a beta test option in this release. If you would like to join the beta test group for this feature, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.