Changelog

Version 8.6

Changes Small bugfixes New way to calculate settlements You can set different transportation for each individual household in a house now Vastly improved Json-Based district definitions Parallel execution of the simulation of different houses Check out the description at https://www.loadprofilegenerator.de/calculatinglargenumbers/

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Web version End of Life

Changes Due to lack of interest the web version of the LPG is no longer available.

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Version 8.5

Changes Small bugfixes Implemented a new function to export and import all the household templates to and from JSON via the command line with the simulationengine.exe. Call the simulationengine.exe from the Windows command line with the option -h to see all the options. Started implementing a new way of running large simulations for entire districts or settlements that makes it possible to specify the entire settlement in JSON. You can see the current state if you call simulationengine -h again.

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Version 8.4

Changes Fixed bugs in the simulation engine defaults Small bugfixes Fixed a major bug that lead to the occasional export of the values from pre-calculation-period of three days before the start of the real simulation.

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Version 8.3

Changes Fixed bugs Introduced Charging Station Sets to make it easier to evalute different kinds and locations of charging stations

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Version 8.2

Changes Fixed bugs Changed some of the integrity checks to only apply if the option in the settings is enabled. Made sure that all predefined households work with all predefined travel route sets.

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Version 8.1

Changes Fixed bugs Made the energy storage log files work again

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Version 8.0

Electromobility This is the first version after major changes that includes mobility. It is still an alpha-version. Unless you really need the electric car charging profiles, I recommend using v7.2. for now. Additionally I made a ton of changes in the internals. For example most of result data gets written to a Sqlite database, mostly as JSON now instead of various CSV files. This makes parsing vastly easier, but requires a suitable database browser instead of just clicking on a CSV.

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Version 7.2

Changes Fixed a repetitive error messages when the update server is missing. Fixed a crash in the household plans Fixed a crash in the calculation of average energy consumption for the affordances Fixed a crash in the time limit view Fixed a crash in the result file processing module Fixed a crash in the household templates checker Fixed a crash when importing time profiles Fixed a crash when trying to import holidays from the current geographical location

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Version 7.1

Changes Fixed a crash when opening a time limit. Fixed a crash in the Household Template View

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