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  • New EcosimPro 5.10 released January 19, 2018 EcosimPro 5.10 has been released today with new capabilities that make it state of the art software for modeling and simulation. Many enhancements have been made, including new and faster solvers, new multi-instances editor that improve the capabilities of use of schematics, full co-simulation support using standard FMI 2.0, new classes for matrices arithmetic, an ...
  • New PROOSIS 3.10 released December 18, 2017 PROOSIS 3.10 has been released today with new capabilities that make it state of the art software for generating aeronautical simulation models. Many enhancements have been made, including new and faster solvers, new multi-instances editor that improve the capabilities of use of schematics, full co-simulation support using standard FMI 2.0, new classes for matrices arithmetic, ...
  • New version of LPRES educational space propulsion library available September 1, 2017 It has been released the version 1.3.5 of LPRES library with more components for modelling space propulsion systems. The LPRES library is built to emulate the elements of the professional ESPSS toolkit.
  • New 3-day introductory course on Modelling Space Propulsion Systems with EcosimPro in November 2017 May 24, 2017 A 3-day introductory course to modelling space propulsion systems with EcosimPro and its toolkits will be given in Madrid from November 14-16, 2017. EcosimPro has different toolkits for the modelling of launchers and satellite propulsion systems: ESPSS, FLUIDAPRO and LPRES. This course will show how to model typical propulsion systems in an efficient manner. These ...
  • New 3-day introductory course on Modelling Gas Turbines with PROOSIS in October 2017 May 24, 2017 A 3-day introductory course to modelling gas turbines with PROOSIS will be given in Madrid from October 24-26, 2017. The course will focus on the modelling and simulation of aeronautical propulsion systems and on acquainting users with the wide range of calculations that can be done with PROOSIS. PROOSIS is used to model 0D ...
  • Release of CRYOLIB 2.0 May 18, 2017 A new version of the CRYOLIB toolkit has been released today. This new version includes optimizations in the code and specific features to speed up the simulation. In addition, the new version solves bugs detected by the users in the last official version. If you are currently up-to-date with the maintenance contract you should receive ...
  • Release of EcosimPro 5.6.1 and PROOSIS 3.8.1 (service packs) May 9, 2017 Service Pack 1 for EcosimPro 5.6 and PROOSIS 3.8 simulation software has been released today. This Service Pack solves bugs detected by the users since the official release in December 2016. The Release Note document describes the bugs that have been solved in several parts of the tool. If you are currently up-to-date with the ...
  • Upcoming release of TPCS toolkit April 4, 2017 The EcosimPro TPCS toolkit (Two-Phase Capillary Systems), currently an internal Iberespacio’s tool, will shortly be available for its commercial distribution. This new toolkit is a state-of-the-art solution for the simulation of thermal control systems for spacecrafts: Loop Heat Pipes (LHP) and Capillary Pumped Loops (CPL). TPCS calculates the transient response of thermo-fluid networks with complex topologies ...
  • Newsletter number 13 has been issued February 14, 2017 Latest newsletter from the EcosimPro/PROOSIS working group is now available in English and Spanish. The topics covered are the following: * New project with ITER for implemented distributed simulations. * New academic library LPRES for modelling space rockets. * Smartgrid and renewables library in EcosimPro. * Presentation of different works with PROOSIS in ASME TURBO Conference (Seoul). * ESPSS toolkit in ...
  • Team Indus, using EcosimPro, has been pre-selected to compete for the Google Lunar XPRIZE January 27, 2017 Google’s Lunar XPRIZE competition seeks to develop efficient, economical access to the Moon by promoting technological innovation by entrepreneurs the world over. The goal of the competition is to land a vehicle on the Moon’s surface, move it at least 500 metres and transmit high-definition photos and video back to Earth. There is a lot ...