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BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015
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  1. 1. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com BREEZE Software +1 (972) 661-8881 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3
  2. 2. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com BREEZE Incident Analyst Version 1.3 Release Notes What’s New in 1.3 System Enhancements  Updated Tatuk control library to include the following improvements: o Increased maximum image size that can be imported to 100 MB o Improved map efficiency when processing a large number of model objects o Improved the projection system and projection conversion functions  Upgraded to Access Database Engine 2013  Updated the Component One library to support operating BREEZE Incident Analyst via VNC  Adopted the worst-case release scenario in the U.S. EPA Risk Management Program (RMP) guidance for offsite consequence analysis (OCA) as the default weather conditions in the Meteorological form
  3. 3. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com  Overhauled the BREEZE Incident Analyst start page with a new informative layout
  4. 4. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com  Added Energy measure unit options (such as Joules, Calories, Btu etc.) in the Option menu  Adopted the worst-case release scenario in the U.S. EPA Risk Management Program (RMP) guidance for offsite consequence analysis (OCA) as the default weather conditions in the Meteorological form
  5. 5. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com Dispersion Models  Incorporated the latest modeling algorithm of continuous buoyant plume/stack release type in the AFTOX model to align with U.S. EPA AFTOX  Added a feature to allow AFTOX to output maximum concentration at a specified height and time  Implemented a function to transfer the Source Term Wizard evaporation pool calculation output to AFTOX model  Fixed the U.S. EPA AFTOX bug regarding maximum concentration at given height and time  Increased the calculation resolution to improve the accuracy of maximum distance calculation for specific Level of Concern (LOC), which is a bug in the U.S. EPA AFTOX  Disabled incorrect grid and discrete receptor concentration in DEGADIS model  Updated DEGADIS summary results based on the output file to include maximum concentrations at centerline downwind distance  Enabled the capability for INPUFF model to execute properly on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1  Added maximum concentration contour and steady state concentration contour of SLAB results in BREEZE 3D Analyst
  6. 6. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com Fire Models  Updated the jet fire algorithm to include jet fire at any angle  Updated the time period for unconfined pool fire from Output form to Source form  Added realistic default failure temperature (instead of 0 K) for different materials for confined pool fire model
  7. 7. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com  Improved jet fire view factor calculation algorithm
  8. 8. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com Explosion Models  Replaced Baker-Strehlow model with the new Baker-Strehlow-Tang model
  9. 9. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com  Added ground effect on both flame speed and explosion energy to the Baker-Strehlow-Tang model  Removed the exposure time parameter for the BLEVE model since the parameter is inconsequential Source Term Wizard  Updated the dense gas determination method in the Source Term Wizard  Displayed calculated Richardson number in summary results  Added spill rate from vessels for evaporation pool in the results summary file  Removed the stack source type from the Source Term Wizard  Updated compressed gas release (choked flow and unchoked flow) calculation algorithms Standard Examples  Added examples of finite and instantaneous liquid spill and buoyant plume/stack release for the AFTOX model  Added examples that export Source Term Wizard output to dispersion models
  10. 10. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com Bug Fixes:  Fixed map User Interface error caused by map control register problem in the Tatuk control library  Fixed a bug that prevented AFTOX to run successfully when using observation met data  Fixed a bug that caused incorrect stability parameter calculation in the AFTOX model when using observation met data  Fixed a bug that displayed a different evaporation rate in the AFTOX summary file as compared to the User Interface evaporation rate  Fixed a bug that used an incorrect unit for vapor cloud explosion in the TNO Multi-Energy model  Fixed a bug that caused the loss of the distance message when using the ruler tool in the Map Tab  Fixed a bug that caused low image resolution when copying and saving an image in the Map Tab  Fixed a bug that caused the object label displaying function in the Base Map Tab to not work properly
  11. 11. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com  Fixed a bug that caused some functions (such as Add and Delete) in the Map Manager to not work properly  Fixed a bug that displayed incorrect sources created by the Source Term Wizard in the Map Tab  Fixed a bug in order to allow AFTOX to run when the averaging time is less than the liquid spill time  Fixed a bug that caused INPUFF runs to fail when only discrete receptors are used  Fixed a bug that transferred incorrect jet velocity and release temperature from Source Term Wizard output to dispersion models for compressed gas release
  12. 12. Release Notes BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 September 15, 2015 breeze@trinityconsultants.com breeze-software.com Known Issues:  Users have to manually input multiple meteorological datasets for the INPUFF model  Users have to currently input maximum surface emissive power for pool fire in the chemical database  Maximum emission rates calculated in the Source Term Wizard are conservative  The tank source in the Source Term Wizard does not consider leaks through pipes connected to a tank

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