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README.md

TaSMET

Thermoacoustic System Modeling Environment Twente

Welcome to the ThermoAcoustic System Modeling Environment Twente, or TASMET. TASMET is a computer code to model thermoacoustic (TA) engines, refrigerators and combined systems by providing nonlinear models for laminar/turbulent oscillating flow in ducts, heat exchangers and stacks/regenerators. A coupling to the mechanical and electrical domain is provided with a piston model.

  • For a quick glance on the possibilities of TaSMET, please look into the User's guide provided with the code.
  • For the installation guide, please look into the Wiki
  • Examples of working models will be provided. We are currently working on that. Once a regenerator model is implemented, we will provide examples of Stirling models.

Example models

Example models for TaSMET will be provided in the tasmet_examples repository.

Release notes version 0.1

  • Stacks cannot yet be connected to ConnectorVolumes
  • Stacks cannot yet be connected to Pistons
  • VelocityBc probably still has a bug