Version 11.039 2021-02-19The color and font style of string constants used in the Equation window syntax highlighting can be specified on the Syntax page of the Preferences dialog.The width of the New Plot and Overlay Plot windows can be increased so that long table names can be fully displayed.Version 11.037 2021-02-18Thermodynamic and transport property data are provided for R512A.
Version 9.717 08/13/14Contour plots can be displayed in three different ways; full spectrum, red to blue, and gray scale. The display choice can be made by right-clicking on the plot to bring up the Modify Contour/Gradient plot dialog.
Version 8.554 04/22/10Thermodynamic property data for mixtures of lithium chloride and water have been implemented using the information in the following publication:Patek, J. and Klomfar, J., Int. J. of Refrigeration, Vol 29, pp. 566-578, (2006)"A computationally effective formulation of the thermodynamic properties of LiCl-H2O from 273 to 400 K over full composition range"Information on the use of this property library is available from the Function Info menu command in the Options menu. Click the EES library routines radio button and the scroll to LiClH2O.lib and press the Function Info button.
Version 8.033 01/03/08Animations generated in the Diagram window (Professional version) can be saved in a sequence of .EMF files that can be assembled into a stand-alone movie with Microsoft Movie Maker or other software. This capability is enabled by clicking the Save Movie button on the animation control bar.
Version 7.645 05/14/06Contour and surface plots now provide the option to show a full spectrum of colors in addition to the red to blue colors that was provided in earlier versions.
Version 7.019 01/15/04If Warnings are enabled and if there are fewer than 80 simultaneous equations in the block being solved, EES will attempt to calculate the condition number of the Jacobian matrix used to determine the solution to the equations. The condition number is the ratio of the largest to the smallest eigenvalue in this matrix. A large value of the condition number indicates that the equations may be singular and if so, a warning will be issued if the warnings are enabled with the $Warnings ON directive or the Warnings checkbox in the Preferences menu. The default value for the maximum condition number is 1E7. If EES displays a singularity warning, you should carefully check the equations in the block identified in the warning message. This is most easily done by examining the Residuals window. If there is no problem, you should increase the size of the condition number test value in the Stop Criteria menu (Options menu) so that the warning does not occur. Note that calculating the condition number necessarily slows the solution process. If speed is an issue, turn warnings off.
Version 4.946 3/24/99To maintain consistency with other Windows software, it is now necessary to hold the Shift key down when selecting multiple items in the Plot and Diagram Windows. Up to this version, pressing the Shift key displayed crosshairs on the Plot windows. Now this capability is enabled with the Ctrl key.
There is a change in the arrangement between McGraw-Hill and F-Chart. EES problems are still included in the text, and EES problem files (the files relate to specific end-of-chapter problems) are still available online (or on the DVD). The EES software license is no longer provided for free to adopters of the book. They will have to purchase the software license directly from F-Chart.
We also find that explaining why the software works the way that it does (which is part of our training) gives people a much better understanding and a lot more confidence in the accuracy of the final results. The way we see it, anything we can do to make you more comfortable using our software is time well spent.
For maximum compatibility, the software itself is designed to run on Windows 10, the latest and most widely-used Microsoft operating system. The majority of business users have Windows 10 on their machines and can run the software on their machine without any issues. This is a great solution for many users; however, we do have an alternative, which is our cloud service.
Running EES Data as cloud-based estimating software offers several benefits. Most notably, you can access the software from anywhere you like, using any compatible device. All you need is a compatible app to access our virtual server which is hosted and managed by our dedicated cloud experts at EES Data.
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In general the MAC16 is a quite cool device. It does 16Bit conversion, which makes it really usable for V/Hz or spread tuning synths, like EMS. The only lacks are: (*)I never managed to create a polyphonic setup (I mean: several voices on the same MIDI-Channel, like for an OB Fourvoice; multitimbral setups work fine); maybe I am doing something very wrong or it really does not work in the software version I have. If you turn the dials too fast; it may happen that the device hangs. Then only switching off and on again helps.Unfortunately there will never be any update of the firmware as H. Harms lost the complete code including backup.I could test the Harms Mac16 in comparison to the EES MIDI CV-7 and the Kenton Pro 2000 and I have to say that it was better than the Kenton and quite equal to the EES.
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