PyroSim 2007.1.1012 RC4

Faster FDS modeling with professional results

Version: 2007.1.1012 RC4

October 12, 2007

What's New

PyroSim 2007.1.1012 RC4 Release Notes.

Changes since 2007.1.1005 RC3:

  • Fixed the PSM file bug that caused us to remove the RC3 download link.
  • Fixed a bug that allowed solid phase devices to output gas phase quantities.
  • Added support for import of FDS4 THCP integrated quantities: VOLUME FLOW, MASS FLOW, HEAT FLOW, and HRR.
  • Removed POV-RAY options from the preferences dialog and added FDS and FDS+MPI executable locations.
  • Removed the Translate button from the toolbar (this option is still accessible via the Model menu).
  • Fixed a bug that was causing the incorrect path to be displayed when running parallel simulations.
  • Improved visual layout of the surface manager panels.
  • Fixed a bug that was causing multi-object editing to force objects to be unexpectedly merged.
  • Improved error logging.
  • Added simulation resume support via menu items.
  • Added license file to simulation folder.
  • In the Kill License dialog, changed instances of "Kill" to "Remove."
  • Updated users manual sections: getting started, PyroSim basics, grids, particles, running the simulation, and geometry (basic concepts).
  • Added an appendix to the users manual: converting files designed to work with FDS4.
  • Changed the naming convention of blower and intake surfaces to "supply" and "exhaust."
  • Fixed a bug that caused vents with the MB property set to be ignored when pasted.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the unit description text to become corrupted after importing a PyroSim 2006 PSM file.
  • Improved unit description text for the sprinkler model parameter C_FACTOR.
  • Reduced the size of the Material panel.

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