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Today we’re announcing the 2.0.0b2 release of the IDAES Integrated Platform. Highlights This is the second of two pre-releases in preparation for the full 2.0.0 release expected March of 2023 Use this release to migrate your models to the 2.0 API, with an optional backward compatibility mechanism to aid the migration Detailed documentation on how […]

Today we’re announcing the 2.0.0a2 release of the IDAES Integrated Platform. This is the first of two public alpha releases before the full 2.0 release of the IDAES IP coming late November / early December. Please see the details below on the changes in this release and how the goal of this release (and the […]

Two pieces of news: We have a new 1.13.0 release of the IDAES Integrated Platform We are planning a major new 2.0 release in November ADVANCE CHANGE NOTICE: Upcoming IDAES v2.0 First we want to announce that development is now underway for IDAES 2.0 introducing significant improvements and API changes with respect to the current (v1) […]

Highlights for this release are: Improved workflow and interface for developing surrogate models and incorporating these into flowsheets Improved wrapper for ALAMO using new surrogate interface New Unit models: Condenser and Reboiler for packed column applications 0-D Heat Exchanger using the NTU method Ability to use external variable for length in 1-D control volumes Thermophysical […]

Highlights for this release are: New component: SkeletonUnitModel – a generic unit model object for surrogate and custom unit models Improving access to time domain: All Flowsheets now have a ‘time’ property which will return the local time domain Support for additional properties in Generic Property Framework: Ideal solids, Henry’s Law, molar volume, osmotic pressure, […]

For detailed instructions on how to get started using the Framework, as well as examples, tutorials and references, take a look at our online documentation. Highlights for this release are: Updates to be compliant with Pyomo 6 New get_solver tool for creating solver objects which supports definition of default solvers and options Improved handling of solver […]

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