Today we’re announcing the 2.0.0b2 release of the IDAES Integrated Platform.
- 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 to migrate is available: IDAES v2 resources
- Virtual Office hours are also available by reservation for individual support
- Improved support for defining new components for use in Helmholtz equations of state
- Standardized naming in heat exchanger models
- Documentation of process costing tools and examples
- Implementation of an IDAES Performance Testing Suite, which has been used to establish baseline performance metrics
- Improved metadata structure for defining Units of Measurement in property packages and updated all code to use the new format
Plans for Next Release
- Drop support for Python 3.7
- Add support for Python 3.11
Help and Support
You are invited to make a reservation for one of our monthly virtual/zoom office hours if you would like individual help with the migration or use of the platform. Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with details on your question, issue or situation. The email@example.com email list and github discussion forums are still available at our idaes-pse github repo.