News - Development and distribution
Version 5.9 available
Version 5.9 available
The free version 5.9 of the TELEMAC system is available.
Version 6.0 - The first open source version, following a long history
The software suite TELEMAC, dedicated to free surface flows, has seen a growing success since 1993 and has been widely distributed throughout the world, with more than 200 licences and several hundreds of users.
TELEMAC is used at EDF for dimensioning and impact studies, where safety is prevailing and, for this reason, reliability, validation and a worldwide recognition of our tools are of utmost importance. To meet these goals, and to improve access to TELEMAC for our partners, consultants, and to the whole community of researchers, EDF R&D has decided to move to freeware and open source.
The new Telemac 6.1 version, including Telemac-3D, is available
Among many new interesting features, here is a list of novelties in version 6.1:
- Internal coupling between Telemac-2D or 3D and Tomawac
- Bed roughness prediction by Sisyphe for Telemac-2D
- A tidal model around France for boundary conditions in Telemac-2D
- Updated Finite Volume options in Telemac-2D
- Thompson boundary conditions now work in parallel in Telemac-2D
- New tidal flats version of advection schemes, now independent of numbering (for Sisyphe, Telemac-2D and 3D)
The summer will be hot
Several exiting developments will take place this summer on openTELEMAC.org.
Firstly, the underlying website software will be updated to a more modern version. This will allow us to propose many more functionalities in the future. It will also be the opportunity to modernise the website look and feel, and make key information more readily available. We will try to minimise the disruption to the website, but it is likely that the forum will be shutdown during a short period (plenty of warning will be given).
The summer will also be the time of the new release of TELEMAC: version 6.2. As usual this will come with new functionalities and validation cases, but also for the first time a 1D surface model will be included: MASCARET. The suite of solvers will therefore be called TELEMAC-MASCARET. You will be able to learn more about MASCARET during the user conference in October.
Even more developments are planned later in the year, this will be detailed in due course. Stay tuned.