EAI releases major version EcosimPro-PROOSIS 2022 6.4.0

Madrid (Spain). Empresarios Agrupados Internacional (EAI) is releasing a new version of the simulation tools EcosimPro and PROOSIS 2022 6.4.0. This new version includes many improvements in different areas for the modelling and simulation of systems based on algebraic-differential equations.
EcosimPro/PROOSIS are tools used by leading customers such as the European Space Agency, Airbus, Safran, ITER, CERN, etc. to model complex systems for propulsion, cryogenics, HVAC, power systems, turbomachinery, rockets, solar thermal plants, nuclear power plants, etc.
EcosimPro was born in the early 90s in a project with the European Space Agency for the design of environmental control system experiments on manned spacecraft (ECLSS) and PROOSIS was born in the European VIVACE project in 2007 for the creation of an aero engine performance simulation tool. Since then, many users have benefited from these powerful tools to design a multitude of systems for the International Space Station, satellites, aircraft engines, power plants, etc.
The new version includes improvements such as:

  • A new connection to Git to perform configuration control of the modelling libraries that facilitates teamwork. The user can now choose between using SVN or Git.
  • New capabilities in the Monitor:
    • Connect to Python and Javascript to draw any kind of 1D, 2D and 3D graph as a widget. With this improvement the user has an unlimited ability to graph simulation results.
    • New widget to display TIME in different formats.
    • New capabilities in plots to show maximum, minimum and average.
    • Grouping of variables in the simulation Watch.
  • New internal variables to trace the computation time of a Jacobian, a call to the residue function, integration step size, etc.
  • New graphical tools to transform simulation schematics using new types of replaceable components (Find-and-replace).
  • New capabilities for exporting models as web services. Now remote users can make simulations through a browser.
  • Implemented the ability to export models using the FMI Model-Exchange standard and improved the version of FMI for co-simulation.
  • New tool to export models for use from Python.
  • Save and restore simulation states including discrete events.
  • New graphical editors for 1D, 2D and 3D tables.
  • Partition settings are now defined also at library level.

For more information please contact info@ecosimpro.com