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Lambda Research Corporation Announces the Release of TracePro 7.3

Published: Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, November 05, 2012
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Lambda’s award-winning illumination and optical analysis software with new solar utility.

TracePro 7.3 is the latest release of Lambda’s award-winning illumination and optical analysis software.

This release features a fully automated interactive solar analysis utility and the addition of two geometric modelers to the LC edition.

The solar utility enables users to analyze solar collector systems by defining the geographical location, period of sun travel, and solar power emission to simulate cloudy to clear day calculations.

Complete diagnostic output is available including irradiance and candela maps on target surfaces, total flux on the target per time period, and tabular output detailing efficiency over time.

This new utility drastically reduces analysis time by automating the solar analysis process through easy to use dialogs to setup sun position, using Google Earth for location verification, trajectory verification using 3D earth modeling and user output analysis qualification using dialogs.

The 7.3 release also features two new RepTile® feature types, floating blocks and chiseled logs.

These two features are perfect to simulate media in paints and to simulate new backlight scattering particles for displays.

The TracePro LC edition now includes two new geometry modeler utilities.

The two modelers include a quick 2D sketch utility that includes interactive ray tracing for geometry verification and a full 3D modeler to create non-symmetric freeform optics using both conic and spline surfaces.


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