Posted on 2020-08-25
Based on two example arrangements it is described how buried systems in backfills are modelled and simulated in Cableizer. Some uncertainties of this new analytical method for buried systems are also discussed. Compared to the previous method and the IEC method (however, it is unclear if the IEC method is at all as generally applicable as the proposed method which allows for different backfills and multiple differently loaded cable systems and heat sources), this new analytical method changes how the number of loaded objects in the backfill is interpreted and how the calculation of the temperature rise of a system due to other sources is calculated. If you previously have been simulating multiple systems in backfills (which probably did not even converge), we strongly advise you to simulate them again.
Posted on 2020-07-04
Today's major update brings the server, the database, and all programs to the cutting edge, eliminating several minor errors and incorporating many improvements, the most visible being the choice of font in the report.
Posted on 2020-05-17
Comparison between the calculations done by Cableizer and CYMCAP for a few basic arrangements.
Posted on 2020-03-13
With the upcoming release of Cableizer, we are glad to finally introduce a feature that has been in demand for quite some time: The possibility to add a planner and client logo in your reports and datasheets.
Posted on 2020-01-27
Update of the results from our automatic test suite that validates our simulation engine.
Posted on 2019-11-27
In addition to solving your systems for a given maximum conductor temperature or conductor current, it is now also possible to directly calculate a cable system for a given maximum outer temperature.
Posted on 2019-10-17
In order to assist the user, we are limiting some cable configurations that do not conform to the standards or common practice.