The third major version of TESPy – Mayer’s Merit – has been released together with a paper in the Journal of Open Source Software, available at the Open Journals website. The new version carries many new features, improved calculation stability for fluid mixtures and back end changes.
The main new features are:
- A parabolic trough and droplet separation in pure fluids.
- Direct efficiency specification and calculation for both motors and generators on busses.
- Fluid property back end selection.
- Introduction of connection lables for easier access in imported networks or subsystems.
- For the full list of changes introduced see the “What’s New” section of the documentation.
Due to changes in the API, version 0.3.0 may not be compatible with older versions of TESPy in some cases . We have listed the modifications necessary for you to update to the new version at the online documentation. Please send suggestions, questions and bugs via our github site.