Release 7.0 of ESABASE2 Available!
These release notes include all features, updates, extensions, and bug fixes
included in ESABASE2 since release 6.1.
The Sun-Earth libration points L1 and L2 are now available in the mission file for analysis.
Updated the Software User Manuals available via the “Help” button.
The Eclipse version is updated to Juno.
The used Java version is updated to Java7.
Updated the Software User Manuals available via the “Help” button with several modifications of GDML files handling/ import/ export (e.g. definition of the GDML file name by the user during the export, GDML-Cube side definition, handling of multiple Boolean operations during import/ export, etc.)
NASA’s most current debris environment model ORDEM 3.0 is now integrated and can be used for analysis.
IMPORTANT: To make use of ORDEM 3.0 NASA requires to close a Software Usage Agreement. After reception of the signed document, we will provide an ORDEM 3.0 installation package.
MASTER 2009/Divine-Staubach implementation was revised for better performance. Now MASTER 2009 application is performed once (debris) or six times (meteoroids) before the orbital points handling, instead of a run for each orbital point. This change applies to the conventional runs, the implementation for analyses with trajectory files was kept.
Shift of the reference values of velocity bins in the case of MASTER 2009. Due to this handling modification better result compliance with the stand-alone MASTER 2009 application could be achieved, especially for GEO.
Now it is possible to use the same BLE with varying parameters for different walls in an analysis.
Fixed the bug in the mission editor that concerns the use of perigee and apogee altitudes as input.
Fixed the orbit visualization for the case of the use of perigee and apogee altitudes as input.
Fixed the erroneous scaling of the debris editor after some working time.
Modified the ESA Triple equation and McHugh Richardson glass equation (reference parameters) to comply with the IADC Protection Manual.
Fixed the automatic RAAN calculation for SSO orbits.
To avoid the non-display of the resulting graph in the Ground test due to a minimum velocity of zero, the minimum velocity is internally adjusted to 0.5 km/s if 0 km/s is entered as the minimum velocity.
Several bugs have been fixed concerning the GDML import/ export.
The default stream location was updated.
Several minor bugs have been fixed.
A new version (1.11) of the Framework User Manual was established.
A new version (1.7.1) of the ESABASE2/Debris User Manual was established.
A new version (1.5) of the ESABASE2/Debris Technical Description was established.
Due to the introduction of the element normal features the 3D result presentation of some result files
generated with previous releases cannot be rendered (Listings and 2D results can be used).