Sunday, June 5, 2022

TS-CHEM Version 2022-1 Now Available!

We are pleased to announce the release of TS-CHEM version 2022-1!  Key updates in this new version include the following:

  • Easier data entry controls
  • The addition of a concentration cursor inspector tool to allow for examination of concentrations at points of interest within the modeled plume (which can be copied to a data pane and then and then be exported for analysis using other software (e.g., Microsoft Word or Excel))
  • Labeling of concentration contours on plume contour charts
  • Minor bug fixes
Figure 1: Labeling of Concentration Contours

Figure 2 – Concentration Cursor Inspector Tool Data Pane


Concentration contour labels can be displayed or hidden, and their font type, size, and color are user selectable.

New data controls were designed to prevent inadvertent entry of extraneous spaces or item separators that in some cases interfered with the proper calculation and display of model results.

In addition, the new Concentration Inspector tool provides the user with a way of analyzing calculated plume concentrations. Concentration values on any selected output plane can be mapped and inspected using the cursor to examine concentration trends in the plume. X, Y, Z, C data at selected locations can be saved to the inspector list, and then exported for cross-section plotting in Excel of other graphic software.

Visit the Transport Studio Website today to download the latest version of TS-CHEM!



Tuesday, October 19, 2021

A Quick Start to Exploring TS-CHEM

 

Quick Start Guide to TS-CHEM


Within minutes, you can run your own solute transport models using TS-CHEM! To start using and discovering what TS-CHEM can do, follow these simple instructions:

1. Navigate to the TS-CHEM website purchase page and click on the blue "Try TS-CHEM Demo" button.

2. Select your operating system and click "Checkout." (There is no charge for the demo, and no credit card information is required.) After entering some basic information, you will receive an email with a link to download TS-CHEM, a quick start guide, and a more detailed user manual.

3. Once you download and install the software, launch TS-CHEM to enter the demo version of the software. 

4. Download and open the Quick Start Guide PDF, which will take you through the process of  creating a single source model as well as a 2-source model that generates a commingled contaminant plume.

5. By the end of the Quick Start Guide (which should take about 10 minutes), you will be able to produce the two-source solute transport model shown below:


A 2-source Solute Transport Model of Trichloroethene (TCE) Solved using ATRANS1 



Friday, October 15, 2021

Introduction to TS-CHEM!

  

Introduction to TS-CHEM Features and Applications

TS-CHEM is a software studio for solute transport modeling within which the user can:
  • Select from one of 32 widely used ADE models now assembled in a single library
  • Specify a chemical for each Source Model (from the internal chemical database or as a user-specified custom chemical)
  • Add one or more source models, at selected locations; commingled plumes can be deconstructed to examine the contribution from each source
  • Analyze plume volume, mass and other attributes
  • Export plume data for plotting in other software


For brief introductions to the main TS-CHEM features, view these videos.

And check out these TS-CHEM example applications.