ESABASE2 10.0 Release Notes
These release notes include all features, updates, extensions and bug-fixes
included in ESABASE2 since release 7.0.
- Trial/demo version of ESABASE2 is available now.
- Includes all applications/analysis modules.
- Expires after (usually) three months.
- Linux version of ESABASE2/Debris is available now.
- Includes all features of the Windows version.
- Tested on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 32bit, will most probably run under all common 32bit Linux distributions.
- All capabilities of the ESABASE2/Framework are also available under Linux, except NETGEN mesher.
Licensing and Distribution:
- A license management tool is used now.
- A two-stage user registration process is applied.
- Dedicated licenses for each distributed package are provided.
- Each license applies machine binding.
- Each license has an explicit expiration date.
- Distribution of the package via dedicated download link.
- The STEP (AP 203/214) import of large geometrical models is improved.
- The GDML interface is improved.
- STEP-SPE hierarchy handling is improved.
- The Software User Manuals, available via the “Help” button, are updated.
- NASA’s most current Meteoroid environment model MEMR2 is now integrated and can be used for analysis.
- Batch/scripting mode is introduced for ESABASE2/Debris.
- Result post-processor is introduced for ESABASE2/Debris.
- New Atmosphere file SOLAR201512.DAT is included for ATOMOX.
- Fixed the unit type error in the STEP-SPE export.
- Fixed a bug leading sometimes to incorrect rotation interpretation for STEP-SPE import.
- Fixed several minor bugs concerning STEP-SPE import/export.
- Fixed the density ratio equation choice for the Christiansen cratersize equation.
- Fixed miner bugs concerning failure message handling.
- Several bugs have been fixed concerning the GDML sphere and materials.
- Several minor bugs have been fixed.
- A new version (1.16) of the Framework User Manual was established.
- A new version (1.14.0) of the ESABASE2/Debris User Manual was established.
- A new version (1.7) of the ESABASE2/Debris Technical Description was established.
- Running ESABASE2/Debris Linux version on some 64bit distributions is not possible, since some required 32bit libraries are not available for these 64bit distributions.