EcosimPro/PROOSIS 2020 (6.2) released

EcosimPro/PROOSIS 2020 (6.2) mathematical simulation tools have just been released. Since mid-March the whole development team is working from home, this shows that great things can be done using teleworking. It has been 20 years since the first commercial version came out, mainly for the space sector at that time, now it is already used in many others like aeronautics, energy, cryogenics, fluids, etc.

This new version includes the following improvements:

– New experiment libraries that allow decoupling the partitions of the experiments. Now many users can create their own experiment library and create multiple experiments on some existing partitions in other libraries.
– Port array management tool in the graphical editor that allows dynamic sizing of ports and connection to multiple connections.
– New option to export schematics and all their experiments.
– Compatibility with SVN versions from 1.7 to 1.13.

– The new version allows to pass partition classes as function arguments.
– Creation of a parent class called EPartition for all partition classes that allows any partition to be used generically.
– Use of object pointers.
– New virtual methods for classes.
– Use of the “this” pointer as in C++.
– Methods for copying variables between partitions and identifying a partition.

– New versions of IDAS and CVODE improved to work with thousands of equations.
– New variables of IDAS and CVODE solvers. Now the user can tune for each Jacobian variable by changing maximum step, maximum order of calculation, threshold for parallel calculation, etc.

– Help the user to select variables by categories in the REPORT_TABLE and REPORT_LIST functions (for example to select all the algebraic at once)

– Improved 3D widget in Monitor with scene edition.
– A new variable tree widget in Monitor.
– Permitted moving widgets (eg. plotters) among tabs in Monitor.

– Improvements in the connection with the FMI standard allowing the use of enumerated, equivalent variables, etc.
– The Co-simulation Wizard has been updated with new features (eg. capability to add external OPC-UA servers in a co-simulation scenario, capability to simulate the master program in Linux, new option to use a bus mechanism to speed up deck OPC-UA server communication, asynchronous calls).
– Added the capability to produce HDF5 files in Linux.
– Export models to RT-LAB platform.

– New improved automatic testing tool.

This new version will be available to any user who is up to date on their maintenance contract.

If you would like any information about any of these new features please do not hesitate to contact us