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"Tips and Tricks" Webinar: Network Element Logic

Thermal Desktop (TD) is fully parametric: any input can be specified as a function of almost anything, including outputs. TD also accepts arbitrarily complex co-solved customizations. To accomplish these feats, TD contains both a spreadsheet-like expression system and a co-executed user logic system. 

NEL (network element logic) is in many ways a powerful hybrid of these two systems, allowing complex customizations to be defined as part of basic modeling elements such as Conductors and Pipes.

Webinar: Introducing OpenTD

Tuesday May 21, 2019, 2pm MT (1pm PT, 4pm ET)

If you are an advanced user with programming skills, or a third-party application developer, you'll want to learn about OpenTD. OpenTD allows you to automate many of the tasks currently performed interactively using Thermal Desktop's Graphical User Interface (GUI). OpenTD gives you the tools to programmatically create, query, edit, delete, and run models. You can use any .NET language to interact with OpenTD (C#, VB .NET, F#, etc.) or any system that can load .NET assemblies such as Matlab or Python.

Click here to register for the OpenTD webinar