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In order to be able to share the component libraries in SHARK among multiple users, SQL SERVER is essential.
If the customer already has SQL Server Express, Unilab can configure the Shark database to work and connect with it (the activity is provided on demand), and the components’ archive will be shared within your office!
We are pleased to announce you that Build 191011 of COILS is available to download for users under regular tech support. We have modified the Coils DLL calculation engine to introduce ADP (Apparatus Dew Point temperature) and bypass factor formula based on the work of R V Simha and Australian airah (airah.org.au) – see sources for info.
Unilab is proud to announce its partnership with the MUAS – The University of Applied Sciences – Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften in München, which now uses our state of the art UNILAB COILS software, since October 2019.
Unilab is proud to announce the update of the Unisuite calculation DLL to include the latest refrigerants in the Refprop library. Our programs PHE, SHELL, TUBE IN TUBE, and COAX are now including our latest calculation DLL, and new refrigerants have been added, like R1234ze, R1234yf, R448A, R449A, R450A, R513A and many more.
We promised, it happened. From the build 190617 of Coils 8.0, already available for download for all customers under technical support, our renowned software for the calculation of Finned Pack Heat Exchangers is now available in Korean and Thai!
In the previous articles, we discussed about what differentiates a DLL from a Software. In this 3rd article, we will discuss about how our COILS DLL is natively integrated and at the core of our AHU selection software Smart-Air.
In this 2nd part of our DLL related article, we will add some insights on how a thermodynamic calculation DLL works. In the next article, we will see in particular how Unilab manages third party DLLs in its software Smart-Air, for the selection of Air Handling Units!
DLLs. In this article we want to clarify better what is a DLL, what is meant by DLL and why the DLL is not a software per se, but necessarily needs to be connected to a software, and called by it, to work and give output results.