Work at SourceForge, help us to make it a better place! We have an immediate need for a Support Technician in our San Francisco or Denver office.

Close

HOT: Thermodynamic tools for Matlab / News: Recent posts

Release 2.6

Release 2.6 is now available. It corrects a serious error in Release 2.5! Unfortunately, the corrections have made the file parsing very slow. We are working to correct the problem.

There will either be a 2.7 release soon, or the problem will be corrected in version 3.0. Thanks for your continuing feedback!

Posted by Chris Martin 2010-01-27

Release 2.5

Release 2.5 is now available. This release corrects a bug in entorpy.m that caused problems with explicit pressure calculations.

Posted by Chris Martin 2010-01-08

New Documentation

Jonathan Lister of University of Tennessee Space Institute has submitted beautifully formatted and fully bookmarked .pdf and .docx files that are available for download in the documentation section. Thanks, Jonathan!

Posted by Chris Martin 2009-06-24

Release 2.4

Release 2.4 is out! It fixes a rather significant bug in varargparam that kept it from working properly in Matlab.

Posted by Chris Martin 2009-06-04

Release 2.4

Release 2.4 is out! It fixes a rather significant bug in varargparam that kept it from working properly in Matlab.

Posted by Chris Martin 2009-06-04

Release 2.3

We have just released Release 2.3. This newest release includes a number of new property functions, support for thermodynamic state data structures, and inversion routines to compute states in processes.

Posted by Chris Martin 2009-05-28

R2.2 Released

Release 2.2 is out. The reported problems from R2.1 have been dealt with. Thanks for the help!

Posted by Chris Martin 2009-05-07

bugs

We are aware of the following bugs:
- enthalpy.m returns an error when working on stanjan.tab. This is due to an outdated error checking method.
- mixture.m returns an error. Its algorithm was not updated properly when the data format was updated.
We are working diligently to upload R2.2.

Posted by Chris Martin 2009-05-07

Thermodynamic Database

A comprehensive Matlab / Octave thermodynamic property calculator is finally available for download! Download the first public release, R2.1, now.

Posted by Chris Martin 2009-05-07