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ThermoAnalytics is pleased to announce the release of RadTherm, RadThermIR, MuSES, and PowerTHERM version 11.3 Below is a list of some of the major new features that are available in this version. 

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In our latest blog post we sat down with Kristian Haehndel, manager of business development and thermal modeling at ThermoAnalytics Gmbh, to discuss how TAI methodologies and virtual simulation can revolutionize the design process for many OEMs.

 

Take a look at our newest addition to the blog, Heavy Duty: The Unique Thermodynamics of Heavy Vehicles, to discover the challenges associated with the design of heavy vehicle systems and the solutions that ThermoAnalytics can provide. Learn how transient simulation in CAE makes a significant impact in product development.

August 12th, 2014 -   Governor Rick Snyder stopped by ThermoAnalytics' Calumet headquarters to get an in depth look into high tech software design in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

ThermoAnalytics recently opened a new location in Munich, Germany. The first event to take place in the new location will be RadTherm/RadThermIR training in September. For more information on the training sessions or to register, please click here

Ambience14 and 10i3m will take place September 7-9, 2014 in Tampere, Finland. ThermoAnalytics will present two technical modeling and research papers on human thermal at the event. Titles will be announced at a later date.

Click here for more information on 10i3m.

ThermoAnalytics is pleased to announce the release of RadTherm, RadThermIR, MuSES, and WinTherm version 11.2. Below is a list of some of the major new features that are available in this version. 

ThermoAnalytics (TAI) is a proud sponsor of the 6th Annual ECPC Conference which will be held May 14-16, 2014, in Bruges, Belgium. TAI is also co-author of a paper along with EMPA and Measurement Technology Northwest. The paper will be presented at the conference and is titled, "Development of A Public Tool and Database for Validation of Physiological Models and Adaptive Manikins." 
 

ThermoAnalytics is pleased to announce the release of RadTherm, RadThermIR, MuSES, and WinTherm version 11.1. Below is a list of some of the major new features that are available in this version. 

ThermoAnalytics is pleased to announce the release of RadTherm, RadThermIR, MuSES, and WinTherm version 11.0. Below is a list of some of the new features and enhancements that are available in this version.

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ThermoAnalytics, Inc. of Calumet, Mich., has released version 10.5 of its MuSES, RadTherm, and RadThermIR thermal analysis software. Key features in version 10.5 include user defined part, element, and vertex IDs, the addition of a specular surface condition type, enhancements to the summary table and an upgrade to MODTRAN 5.

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ThermoAnalytics is pleased to announce the release of RadTherm, RadThermIR, MuSES, and WinTherm version 10.5. Below is a list of some of the new features and enhancements that are available in this version.

The 2013 RadTherm User Group Meeting (UGM) is fast approaching! The UGM will take place February 19-20, 2013 in Munich, Germany. Days 1 and 2 (February 19-20) will include TAI and RadTherm user presentations and Day 3 (February 21) will consist of software training and technical focus group sessions.

New to the agenda this year is the technical modeling session which will take place on Monday, February 18. This session will include a 1 on 1 meeting with a ThermoAnalytics engineer to get your model and/or technical questions answered.

Click here for more information regarding the 2013 UGM.

Click here to register for the UGM.

ThermoAnalytics will be presenting at the 2013 SAE World Congress which will take place April 16-18 in Detroit, Michigan. Mark Hepokoski will be presenting a paper titled, “A Comparison of Physiology-Based Metrics to Environment-Based Metrics for Evaluating Thermal Comfort.”

Click here for more information regarding SAE World Congress.

ThermoAnalytics will present at the upcoming International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics (ICEE) which will be held in Queenstown, New Zealand on February 11-15, 2013. The following papers will be presented at the conference:

  • “A Survey of Human Thermal Comfort Metrics” – Tony Schwenn
  • “The Effect of Surface Condensation on Mine Shelter Occupant Heat Stress” – Mark Hepokoski
  • “Adapting Segmental Models of Human Thermoregulation for use with High-Resolution Anatomical Datasets” – Al Curran

Click here for more information on the ICEE Conference.

ThermoAnalytics will be presenting and exhibiting at the upcoming Military Sensing Symposium (MSS) on March 11-15, 2013 in Pasadena, California. Stop by and visit us at Booth 19!

Click here for more information regarding MSS.
 

ThermoAnalytics will offer the following training sessions in January of 2013 at our Novi, Michigan office: 

  • Heat Transfer with RadTherm (two-day session)
    Tuesday & Wednesday, January 22-23, 2013

    Click here to register for this training session. 
     

  • Human Thermal Module (one day session)
    Thursday, January 24, 2013

    Click here to register for this training session.
     

  • Infrared Analysis with MuSES (two-day session)
    Tuesday & Wednesday, January 29-30, 2013

    Click here to register for this training session.

Mark Hepokoski and Tony Schwenn will be attending the upcoming 9I3M conference on August 21-24, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan. They will be presenting a paper titled "Evaluation of a Personal Cooling System using a Physiologically Controlled Sweating Thermal Manikin."

For more information about 9I3M click here.

Mark Hepokoski and Tony Schwenn recently presented at the European Conference on Protective Clothing in Valencia, Spain. The poster was titled, "A Methodology for the Design and Evaluation of PPE Using a Human Thermoregulation Modeling Paradigm."

For more information about the conference click here.

Exa has announced the release of the PowerFLOW 4.4 Suite, which improves the simulation-driven design process with reduced turn-around time and extended thermal analysis capabilities through the latest features of PowerTHERM (RadTherm). 

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ThermoAnalytics recently attended the 2012 Military Sensing Symposium in Pasadena, CA. During the conference, Corey Packard presented a paper titled "MuSES Ship Signature and Validation Assessment". Pete Rynes and Mark Klein presented a paper titled "Validation of a MWIR and LWIR MuSES Signature Model of a Camouflage Net". ThermoAnalytics also highlighted their EO-IR software products and services during the exhibit event.

Mark Hepokoski, along with Shaya Brosch from SAIC, will be presenting at the upcoming Chemistry & Biological Defense Science & Technology (CBD S&T) conference, which will take place November 14-18, 2011 in Las Vegas, NV. The session is titled Human Performance in CBRN Environment and the paper is titled "Comprehensive Quantitative CB Ensemble Design Process."

Click here for more information about the conference.

ThermoAnalytics will be presenting at the upcoming Mobile Air Conditioning & Vehicle Thermal Systems workshop on December 1-2, 2011 in Turin, Italy. The paper being presented is titled: "Cabin warm-up and cool-down transient analysis: Coupled CFD-thermal analyses human thermal modeling and comfort predictions".

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ThermoAnalytics will present two papers at the upcoming International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics (ICEE), which will be held in Nafplio, Greece on July 10-15, 2011.  Mark Hepokoski, Research Engineer, will present a paper titled "Improving the Accuracy of Physiological Response in Segmental Models of Human Thermoregulation". Tony Schwenn, Technical Sales Representative, will present "The Process and Challenges of Simulating Human Thermoregulation Within a 3D Software Tool."

ThermoAnalytics is proud to announce the release of RadTherm, RadThermIR, MuSES, and WinTherm version 10.1. Below is a list of some of the new features that are available in this version.

Research Engineer Mark Hepokoski and VP Allen Curran presented a paper titled, "Characterization of the Thermal and Evaporative Resistance of Clothing for use in Segmental Models of Human Thermoregulation," at the International Meeting on Manikins and Modeling in Victoria, British Columbia.

Read about new features and capabilities in RadTherm, RadThermIR, MuSES, and WinTherm.

The Cathedral of Christ the Light is located in Oakland, California. Built from wood and glass, the cathedral houses 1,400 people. ThermoAnalytics used RadTherm software to determine the need for transmissive or non transmissive glass and predicted internal temperatures of the Cathedral.

ThermoAnalytics' Dr. Allen Curran presented a paper at the FISITA 2010 conference in Budapest, Hungary. It was titled "Improving Passenger Compartment Thermal Comfort by Measuring and Controlling Equivalent Temperature."

ThermoAnalytics has presented an SAE Technical Publication with General Motors at the SAE 2010 World Congress. The paper was titled, "Assessment of Various Environmental Thermal Loads on Passenger Thermal Comfort " and was co-authored by a team of Engineers at GM and ThermoAnalytics.

ThermoAnalytics has recently been mentioned in Popular Mechanics and The New York Times for our involvement with Dr. Ed Adams at Montana State University in the development of software that is used to increase the accuracy of avalanche forecasts.

Read about how our software Version 9.2 will increase both analysis power and useability.

Read about New Features, including multiple human comfort manikins, thermal image mapping, and multiple BRDF batch rendering.

Read about Important New Features in Version 9.0, such as Boundary Element Solid Conduction, Face to Face conduction, and Batch CFD data import.

ThermoAnalytics, Inc. (TAI) has once again been featured among the most innovative and successful companies in the nation: the US Army has awarded TAI an SBIR Commercialization Success Award.

Version 8.1 features new temperature dependent properties, complex multilayer parts, and a Model Summary Table.

ThermoAnalytics, Inc. is a proud sponsor of the 2006 Cross-Country Skiing Junior Olympics taking place on the Michigan Tech Nordic Ski Trails in Houghton, Michigan.

Version 8.0 features new shared memory parallel processing, automatic 1-D fluid stream setup for duct and exhaust system modeling, and two-sided CFD results import.

ThermoAnalytics, Inc. of Houghton County, MI was awarded "Smartzone Company of the Year" by Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm at the 2005 Business Success Celebration.

ThermoAnalytics, Inc. of Calumet, Michigan has been recognized as one of the “50 Companies to Watch in Michigan,” a new awards program sponsored by the Edward Lowe Foundation.

ThermoAnalytics, Inc. of Calumet, MI has recently been awarded a $730,000 contract to continue the development of a specialized software program for the U.S. Department of Defense as part of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program.

Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm presented ThermoAnalytics Vice President Al Curran, Ph.D. with the "Coolest Workplace" award for businesses located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

ThermoAnalytics is underway to develop another important advancement in the field of thermal modeling.

Read about Version 7.1 and the many new features that will increase the productivity of advanced users.

ThermoAnalytics, Inc. of Calumet, Michigan, announces that construction has begun on its new office building.

ThermoAnalytics, Inc. of Calumet, Michigan, announces the opening of our new office in Novi, Michigan.

Read about version 7.0 and the advancements made as a result of user feedback from the automotive, aerospace, military, and electronics industries.

ThermoAnalytics has recently been awarded a $730,000 contract to develop a specialized software program for the U.S. Army.

Keith Johnson and Al Curran, co-owners of ThermoAnalytics, Inc. in Calumet, will receive the Small Business Administration's Tibbetts Award for their accomplishments in the area of high technology innovation.

ThermoAnalytics, Inc. was recently selected by the Small Business Administration as the Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year winner for Y2K record.

ThermoAnalytics Receives 2000 Army SBIR Phase II Quality Award.

Technology that helps the Army hide its tanks from enemy planes is also helping the auto companies improve their research and development.


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