12 September 2017

DAE Tools 1.7.2 update

New features:

  • DAE Tools Windows 64 bit available.
  • Updated FMI code generator.
  • Updated all data reporters.
  • Intel Pardiso solver available on win32, win64 and GNU/Linux x86_64


30 August 2017

DAE Tools 1.7.2 released

The new version is an update to 1.7.1 and brings updates to the Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) support.

  • FMI compliance tests.
  • Script to generate .fmu files from tutorials (generate_fmus.py).
  • daeActivity class to handle simulations/optimisations.
  • Few minor bug fixes.


17 August 2017

DAE Tools 1.7.1 released

The new version brings many important new features:

  • Equation residuals/derivatives can be calculated in parallel using the OpenMP interface
  • Assembly of Finite Element matrices can be performed in parallel using the OpenMP interface
  • Implemented high resolution upwind schemes with flux limiter
  • Added global Sensitivity Analysis capabilities
  • Added formal Code Verification tests


17 August 2017

Code Verification Tests

Not sure that DAE Tools can perform the job?
A new section Code Verification Tests has been added. The section contains problems that use formal code verification methods such as the Method of Exact Solutions (MES) and the Method of Manufactured Solutions (MMS).


17 August 2017

New section: Sensitivity Analysis Examples

A new section Sensitivity Analysis Examples has been added to the documentation. The local (derivative-based) and the global Sensitivity Analysis methods such as Morris Elementary Effect, and FAST/Sobol variance-based methods are available via the Python SAlib library.


1 December 2016

New section: Chemical Engineering Optimisation Examples

A new section Chemical Engineering Optimisation Examples has been added to the documentation with large-scale Constrained Optimization Problem Set (COPS) optimisation, parameter estimation and optimal control tests: 5, 6, 12, 13 and 14.


23 November 2016

New section: Chemical Engineering Examples

A new section Chemical Engineering has been added to the documentation with some very basic and some more advanced models such as Li-ion battery (porous electrode theory by J.Newman) and Porous membrane model (using Generalised Maxwell-Stefan equations).


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The software is available for download from the downloads section or from the Source Forge website.

More information on system requirements, installing and compiling DAE Tools software can be found in Getting DAE Tools.

Start using DAE Tools

The complete documentation can be found in the Documentation section.

Learn about the software in the Introduction, Programming Paradigms, and Architecture sections.

Learn how to start using the software in Getting Started with DAE Tools, or read the pyDAE User Guide and pyDAE API Reference.


See the software in action by exploring a large number of tutorials.

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About the author

The main developer and project leader is Dragan Nikolić View Dragan Nikolić's profile on ResearchGate .

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