TRNSYS

Simulates transient systems and contains modular structures

4.3 on 12 votes

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License: Demo
Total downloads:2,496 (4 last week)
Operating system:Windows XP/7/8/10
Latest version:18.0
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Description

Creates transient simulation programs based on modular structures with elements from a database with electrical and thermal components, as well as components routines to handle input of weather data or other time-dependent functions. Generates detailed analysis for any system dependent on the passage of time.

You can download TRNSYS 18.0 from our software library for free. This program was originally produced by Solar Energy Lab, UW-Madison. This PC program was developed to work on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 and can function on 32-bit systems.

The most popular versions among the program users are 17.0 and 16.0. The latest installation package occupies 151.5 MB on disk. The software lies within Education Tools, more precisely Science Tools. Our antivirus check shows that this download is malware free. Commonly, this program's installer has the following filenames: Iisibat.exe, TRNOPT16.exe, Trnsys.exe, TRNSYS32.EXE and TrnsysStudio.exe etc.

From the developer:

TRNSYS is a transient systems simulation program with a modular structure. It recognizes a system description language in which the user specifies the components that constitute the system and the manner in which they are connected. The TRNSYS library includes many of the components commonly found in thermal and electrical energy systems, as well as component routines to handle input of weather data or other time-dependent forcing functions and output of simulation results. The modular nature of TRNSYS gives the program tremendous flexibility, and facilitates the addition to the program of mathematical models not included in the standard TRNSYS library.

You may want to check out more software, such as TESS Component Libraries, which might be related to TRNSYS.


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