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. Continue reading “TESPy v0.3.0 – Mayer’s Merit”
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We just published the second release of the oemof.thermal repository.
A brand-new feature are the facade classes that simplify instantiating the components. Facades for these three components are now ready to be used: SolarThermalCollector, ParabolicTroughCollector and StratifiedThermalStorage.
The documentation has been revised and extended. The repository now has function tests, and the facades are tested with constraints test.
See the What’s new section for further details of the second release.
There will be a tutorial about the oemof.thermal repository at the upcoming virtual oemof developer and user meeting.
The oemof developer and user meeting, which was planned for May 13th-15th, will take place within the same time frame as a slimmed version in the virtual world.
The real life meeting in Bremen will be shifted to the second half of the year.
The agenda which is continuously developed can be found here: https://github.com/oemof/organisation/wiki/Meeting-May-2020-%28online%29
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The second major version (Clausius’ Circus) of TESPy has been released in January 2020 and version 0.2.1 – Fourier’s Fable just three weeks after. The release contains many back end improvements to facilitate future development as well as some new features. Continue reading “TESPy v0.2.x – Clausius’ Circus and Fourier’s Fable”
We are happy to announce the first release of the oemof.thermal package (v0.0.1) to model thermal energy systems: https://github.com/oemof/oemof-thermal
The package includes the following four components: stratified thermal storage, compression heat pumps and chillers, solar thermal collectors and concentrating solar power.
Please find the documentation of the components and examples here: https://oemof-thermal.readthedocs.io/en/stable/
If you find bugs or have suggestions for improvement we would be happy if you write an issue here: https://github.com/oemof/oemof-thermal/issues