Thermo-Calc 2019b was released in June 2019 and introduces a new module for steel and slag processing, the Process Metallurgy Module, three new databases, a completely rewritten part of the calculation engine and more.Continue reading
Thermo-Calc 2019a was released in December 2018 and brings many new databases, improved tools for integrating Thermo-Calc into an ICME workflow and the first ever material-specific property model library.
Thermo-Calc 2018b is released in June 2018 and includes the addition of three key features to the TC-Python API and two new thermodynamic databases for metal oxide solutions (TCOX8) and Mg-based alloys (TCMG5).
Highlights of the Thermo-Calc 2018b release:
Thermo-Calc 2018a was released in March 2018 and includes an entirely new API, new databases for aluminium and high entropy alloys, major updates to the Precipitation module (TC-PRISMA) and more.
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We are excited to announce the release of Thermo-Calc 2017b, which includes several new databases, major upgrades to the Diffusion and Precipitation modules and more:
Thermo-Calc 2017b includes many exciting new features and updates: Continue reading
Thermo-Calc 2017b is scheduled for release late fall 2017. The release includes many exciting upgrades and new features, such as: Continue reading
The Diffusion module (DICTRA), the software program for accurate simulation of diffusion controlled reactions in multicomponent alloy systems, is now available in the graphical mode beginning with Thermo-Calc 2017a, making it easier than ever for users to begin making diffusion simulations. Continue reading
Thermo-Calc 2016a offers significant speed improvements when compared to previous versions of the software.
The speed improvements were achieved by optimizing global minimization and optimizing two of the largest databases.