BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.4 Improves Chemical Database Edit Capabilities



We are excited to ring in the new year with the release of BREEZE Incident Analyst Version 1.4. Over the past year our developers have been busy working on the next update as well as resolving big and small issues for our users. So what's new? The enhancements and fixes in this release will assist in accelerating the model setup process with new additions like the Data Tab and significant Chemical Database improvements!

Version 1.4 Updates

Use these new features to optimize the modeling process and increase efficiency:

  • Improved Chemical Database, including the ability to edit the database without having administrator privileges 
  • Implemented numerous bug fixes to the source term calculations and models to ensure a smooth modeling experience 
  • Added a new Table Objects Tab to speed up scenario setup and editing of sources 
  • Updated ComponentOne to the latest version to improve stability and pave the way for additional improvements in the future

 Incident Analyst - New Chemical Database Tab


Read the BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.4 release notes for a complete list of features and bug fixes.

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