Category:WindPRO 3.4 Service Pack 1
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Below you will find a list of all issues fixed in Service Pack 1:
This Service Pack contains corrections to bugs reported by users. Thanks to all for submitting feedback.
- Fixed issue with loading an old map file
- Fixed issue in Google Earth where symbols would have a white background
- Fixed annoyance where dragging a calculation to the "+" tab would not create a new tab.
- Fixed issue with WMS maps from Niedersachsen
- Fixed issue in Diagnose tool not completely emptying cache data
- Fixed issue where the Map Composer would output a map with a wrong height when using Dynamic maps
- Fixed compatibility issues with some WMS servers
- Fixed issue with status bar hiding when updating the WTG catalogue
- Reduced ambiguity of legend definitions
- Changed wording in save dialogue when exporting road object to Shape file
- Changed wording of checkbox in Site Data Object (Purpose:WAsP) about automatic updates of weights and distances
- Removed "[64-bit]" tag from windPRO title bar
- Fixed error in Dutch 2011 noise code, where shutdown during night would yield a wrong result. Dutch Decibel calculations made between version 3.4.387 and 3.4.401 should be recalculated.
- Fixed issue when changing noise map settings would cause an exception
- Fixed issue where the user would be prompted for handling missing noise data, even if no data was missing.
- Selected number of shown decimals for noise results now also applies to LWA [dB(A)]
LOSS & UNCERTAINTY
- Fixed error in shadow flicker loss calculation. Losses reported in previous 3.4 versions were too high. If you think that this could have a significant impact on your project, make sure to recalculate shadow flicker losses in Loss & Uncertainty.
- Fixed issue with slow shadow loss calculation
- Turbine models specified as ed. 3 turbines can now be used in ed. 4
- Fixed issue where Class S was not allowed when using Zip & Encrypt
- Fixed issue where a wind speed dependent definition of Class S would not work for IEC ed. 4 in the effective turbulence check
- Added check to ensure all components have sensors when zip&encrypting a load response file.
- Fixed issue when response models include ControlClimateParameters in sector-wise calculations where the damage matrix (but not actual result) was overwritten with omnidirectional results for the first turbine
- Fixed issue where editing WAsP parameters would not color the "Edit WAsP parameters" button yellow
- Fixed issue in Profile tab where the profile graph with WAsP-CFD would not update when changing the heat flux parameter
- Fixed issue where using a cloned, but not yet calculated, PARK calculation would fail the wake cleaning
- Fixed issue where the Filter would ignore the "=" operator
- Fixed issue where entering a symbol character in the filter would cause an exception
- High resolution data is now exported including seconds time-stamp
- Changed default description naming of Meteo object with EMD-WRF data
- Fixed issue with diverging coordinates for graphic representation, optimized and realized layouts of Park Design Object
- Fixed error where linking multiple wind statistics to a wtg only the nearest wind statistic would be used. If you think that this could have a significant impact on your project, make sure to recalculate.
- Fixed error where loading a Geo-tiff file into an Elevation Grid object would not be used in PARK. If you think that this could have a significant impact on your project, make sure to recalculate.
- Fixed error where recalculating an old PARK calculation, created before version 3.2 with manual air density settings, could lead to wrong results when the air density settings were not checked/updated again before starting the calculation.
- Fixed error where using bat curtailment would cause the total park power to defer from the sum of all turbines' power
- Fixed issue where the input field for hub height would be reset when reopening the "Input of wake parameters and/or ambient turbulence" window.
- Fixed issue where the input field for hub height would not match the TI height column header in the "Input of wake parameters and/or ambient turbulence" window.
- Fixed issue where the c-factor would default to 0.4 instead of 0.48 when selecting "Advanced" Park2 wake model
- Fixed issue where activating curtailment would generate redundant columns in result to file.
- Fixed annoyance in PARK result to file where a curtailment with sunrise/sunset conditions would generate redundant time steps
- Selecting the output option "Individual results for selected WTGS", is now respected in the Result to file "Park time variation - one file for each WTG". windPRO will only generate individual files for the selected turbines. Useful for large parks.
- Added an asterisk to the "Curtailment assumptions" report if a curtailment is skipped.
- Fixed drawing issue with graphs based on linear regression with one or more turbines having no enabled data
- Fixed issue where calculating WCP with linear regression method combined with minimum WCP could cause inconsistent WCP values
- Fixed annoyance where radio button selection on "Concept Choice" tab would disappear
- Fixed issue in WCP report setup, where settings were not remembered
- Added info-button to the Power Curve graph in the Analysis tab
- Changed default description naming of Meteo objects created from Performance Check
- Changed description in wind speed correction (Simplified PARK calculation)
- Settings are now remembered when re-opening wind speed correction (Simplified PARK calculation)
- Fixed issue where DAE models would always be photorealistic, even if rendering by symbol color was selected.
- Fixed issue where the rendering process would start unprompted
- Improved stitching of cylindrical panoramas with skewed rotation plane
- Fixed issue where a calculation of a flicker map of a very specific dimension would fail.
- Fixed issue with area objects being selectable even if ZVI is disabled
- Fixed issue where re-visiting a SHADOW calculation with ZVI enabled would include all new Area objects, even if these were not present in the original calculation
- Fixed error in terrain check visualization
- Fixed issue with sector management graphic displaying angles with an offset
- Fixed issue where running a ed.4 calculation and then changing to ed.3 would leave results from ed.4 in the report
- Enabled the use of changing a regedit key, so the sector count will be taken from a frequency table instead of being hardcoded to 12
- Fixed formatting issue with Main report when using scaling, but no calibration of time series.
- Fixed issue where the duration time for completing a calculation was not correctly written in the Calculations list
- Changed text in Output Interval in "Meteo Solar Data" tab
TR10 Quality Factor
- Fixed issue where it was possible to scroll to a month outside the data period
- Fixed issue where re-loading status codes after import of consistent wind speed time series would write comments to other non-comment columns
- Added ability to handle "T" or "Z" inside status code timestamps
- Changed starting tab when opening existing TR10 calculation
- Fixed issue where the legend for the graph "Area with specific vertical subtended angle" would not display the upper threshold of the last class.
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