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RELEASE NOTE - OMERE 5.0

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FILE DESCRIPTION

> OMERE_Install_5_0.exe: OMERE installation package
> package_OMERE_5_0.zip: zipped OMERE package in case you encountered troubles downloading or executing the installation package
> OMERE_FR.zip & OMERE_US.zip: the executable files in French and English version.

What do you need?
- Download and execute the OMERE installation package,
Or in case you encountered troubles downloading or executing the installation package, download and unzip package_OMERE_5_0.zip,
Or download the executable files if you already are an OMERE 5.0 user.

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New Modules, Improvements, Modifications, Corrections

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18 April 2017: V5.0.1.3 new major release!

Major new modules
- OPAL ONERA trapped proton model for LEO (<800 km) orbits
- Peak flux calculations for SAA trapped protons
- Independent module for flux mapping
- Guided module for SEE rate calculation
- Possibility to include one or more (up to 4) layers in front of the sensitive zone for an equivalent LET calculation: SiO2, Al, Cu
- Mapping of the SAA with the possibility to plot in-flight data
- Displacement Damage calculations giving the non-ionizing dose in addition to an equivalent fluence

Major improvements
- Multithread option for trapped particle calculations (except for the models: OZONE & SLOT) and mapping
- Increase of the number of sensitive cells that can be defined in the SEE module
- Improvement of 2D, 3D displays, graph (color scales including the magnetic field mapping), dialog boxes and views by default
- Improvement of graph options
- Interface improvements and code optimization for modules: Mission, Trapped Particles, Solar Particles (average statistical and solar flares) and Cosmic Rays
- Solar cells, displacement and dose calculation: accuracy increase for mission duration definition in the input flux data file dialog box (from integer to double with 5 decimal precision)


Modifications
- Sector files: correction to manage sector files from the latest FASTRAD version
- SEE rate calculation module: modification of the flux selection for rate calculation when the option “from the current mission” is selected in the Environment dialog window
• Trapped protons: taken into account only for proton rate calculation
• Mean solar protons (ESP): taken into account only for proton rate calculation
• In-flare solar protons (proton models): taken into account only for proton rate calculation
• In-flare solar ions (Z=1 to 92): protons (Z=1) taken into account for proton rate calculation (except if user selects an in-flare solar proton model) and ions (Z=1 to 92) taken into account for the LET calculation
• Cosmic ions (Z=1 to 92): protons (Z=1) taken into account for proton rate calculation and ions (Z=1 to 92) taken into account for the LET calculation

Corrections
- Mission file with multiple orbits: correction when loading a multiple orbit mission, the date for each orbit depends on the end date of the previous orbit
- Trapped particles module: temporary removal of the COMBI model for electrons, a problem with the flux calculation needs to be corrected
- SEE: correction of periodic flux file reading when file contains calculation steps with no fluxes
- Displacement module: calculation using NEMO database when data files are missing now returns an error
- ONERA Cut-off: correction of the attenuation coefficient calculation
- SEE: Heavy ions or protons are not considered for SEE calculation when their data are missing from the component database

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06 June 2016: v4.2.2.0

- Environment Module: Correction of a bug during the flux calculation with ESP model. It only appeared in the latest version 4.2.1.0.

30 May 2016: v4.2.1.0

- Orbit calculation: Correction of a bug when loading orbit file with a large amount of data.
- Trapped particles: Improve precision for high energy AE8/AP8 flux.
- Magnetospheric cutoff: Using an orbit file will now work correctly with the cutoff.
- Optimization and uncertainty optimization: Correction of several bugs.
- Equivalent LET: correction of several bugs on the interface.
- SEE: Multiple bug correction when mixing models with different atomic numbers.
- SEE: Calculate a periodic SEE file with only trapped particles will now work correctly.
- SEE: During a SEE report the orbit was modified, possibly leading to calculation errors in other modules.
- SEE: correction of bug due to which the Excel file output inversed the “in-flare” and “out-of-flare” rate.
- Orbit 2D/3D display: Correction of flux mapping in some peculiar cases.
- Displacement: A progress bar has been added to indicate the progress of the omni-directional calculation.
- Sector files are now compatible with FASTRAD 3.6 sector file format.
- Multimission: correction of a bug during flux calculation.

30 October 2015: v4.2.0.2

- Dose calculation module: correction of the dose calculation using a sector file. Millimeters were considered instead of g/cm2 and vice versa. This problem appeared only in the 4.2 version.
- Calculation using sector file improvement: ability to use sector files produced by the latest Fastrad versions (new format) for Dose, LET, Transport and SEE modules.

13 October 2015: v4.2.0.1

- SEU Module improvement: ability to write component names with 30+ characters in the output file for multicomponent runs.

11 September 2015: V4.2.0.0 New major release!

* The major new features are:
- Environment Module: ONERA model for magnetospheric cut-off.
- Environment Module: October 89 worst week for solar flare.
- Environment Module: ONERA SLOT model for trapped electrons.
- Environment Module: Combined models for trapped electrons.
- SEE Module: Optimization and uncertainty calculation.
- SEE Module: Possibility to add an aluminum shielding layer for an equivalent LET calculation.
- Atomic Displacement Module: Displacement Damage Equivalent Fluence (DDEF) conversion

* The major improvements/corrections are:
- SEE Module: Output of PROFIT AND SIMPA curves and parameters in a text file.
- SEE Module: Simultaneous in-flare and out-of-flare SEE rate calculation.
- Atomic Displacement Module: isotropic particle transport through shielding available.
- Solar cells module: Degradation calculation along the orbit
- Environment module: correction of CRÈME86 flux calculation extension to Z greater than 29 for solar ion flare.

See the “Help” pages directly accessible via the OMERE interface (“?”button) and the Advanced User Manual (MAV.pdf) for more details.

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27 March 2014: V4.0.0.0 new major release!

* The major new features are:
- Mission Module: improvement of the orbit propagator to take into account the full J2 parameter effect (terrestrial gravitational potential). Along the orbit calculations are now more precise.
- Environment Module: integration of the new IGRF-11 parameters for the terrestrial magnetic filed definition.
- Environment Module: the ONERA electron outer belt model for L= 4-8 (OZONE model).
- SEE Module: possibility to define a heavy ion and proton cross section as a step function.
- SEE Module: possibility to perform a SEE rate calculation along the orbit using a sector analysis file for the shielding definition.
- SEE Module: possibility to create an “SEE Report” (bmp image output and text file output) for LEO orbits. This report includes all important information: component data, cross section fit parameters, average SEE rate for the mission and worst case SEE rate along the orbit (including graphs).

* The major improvements/corrections are:
- Ionising Dose Module: correction of Shieldose 2 tables for Bremsstrahlung.
- Mission module: correction of multi-segment mission calculations (flux, dose).

See the “Help” pages directly accessible via the OMERE interface (“?”button) and the Advanced User Manual (MAV.pdf) for more details.

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23 September 2013: V3.6.4.0
- Proton Transport module: correction of the calculation when using a sector file
with large shielding thickness values. In addition, a bug has been fixed that in
some cases gave false values of integral transported fluxes.

20 August 2013: V3.6.3.0
- Electron Transport module: correction of the values obtained during a flux
transport for the lowest energies when using a sector file.

11 March 2013: V3.6.2.0
- Electron Transport module: when flux=0 for all energies of the spectrum then the
transport function gave no output. This could become a problem for along the orbit
Displacement Damage and Solar Cell damage calculations taking into account both the
electron and proton environment contribution (the sum of the two contributions could
not be obtained). This has now been fixed.

27 November 2012: V3.6.1.0
- SEE module: a bug in the LET-cross section curve representation has been fixed. In
many cases a plateau appeared at low LET which didn�t correspond to the estimated
values. In addition, the part of the code where the LET threshold is calculated (based
on data entered by the user and on a least square method) has been improved giving now
a more reasonable result.

14 September 2012: V3.6.0.0 new major release!
The major improvements are:
- Definition of the Right Ascension of the Ascending Node (RAAN) parameter in the orbit
definition window.
- Use of the ECSS standard for interplanetary proton and ion flux attenuation as a function
of the distance from the Sun.
- Solar proton event �worst day� fluxes for the October 1989, the July 2000 and the
October 2003 events.
- Improvement of the TEAM model used for electron transport calculation.
- Total Ionising Dose rate along the orbit calculated behind a sector analysis geometry.
- SEE rate and LET calculation behind a sector analysis geometry.
- Particle transport behind sector analysis geometry.
- Particle transport based on a sum of fluxes each one defined in a different file (up to three).
- A button has been added in the SEE rate module to allow the re-initialisation of the
Weibull fit at the one proposed by OMERE.
- Multi-mission SEE rate calculation using the Weibull fit defined by the user and not
the one proposed by OMERE.
- The MUT document (User Manual) has been replaced by an interactive Help menu for all
OMERE modules accessible by a �?� button.
- The NIEL curves in Si and GaAs calculated with the NEMO code that are proposed by default
in OMERE in the Atomic Displacement Parameters window (�Defined materials� section) are
modified to match the results obtained when specifying another material (�Other material� option).

See the �Help� manual and the Advanced User Manual (MAV.pdf) for more details.


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8 February 2012: v3.5.2.1
- SEU database: a small bug didn�t allow the user to insert a component in the database
with the PROFIT or SIMPA models chosen. This has now been fixed.

1 February 2012: v3.5.2.0
- Multi-component SEE calculation: the environment was not defined for this kind of
calculation (message appearing on the screen) and the calculation would stop. This bug
has been fixed.
- Magnetospheric shielding calculation for a mission defined with an orbit file: in this
case the orbit boolean values were not updated and by consequence the cut-off
calculation was erroneous. This bug has now been fixed.
- Trapped Electron calculation: if the user unselected the AE8 model without selecting
another one (no electron flux calculation) and closed the dialog window, then when the
Trapped Particle window would open again and the user would choose to include the AE8
model no MIN or MAX was selected. If the user performed the calculation with this
configuration then the result was erroneous. This bug has been fixed.
- Read a mission file: character sizes have been increased so as to be able to read
longer file addresses in the mission file.

19 December 2011: V3.5.1.3
- Dose and Atomic Displacement parameters: the code has been changed so that when the
user wants to open a thickness table file, a filter of *.dat is used and OMERE asks to
open the file and not save it.
- Create a Multimission file: the code has been changed to allow the user to add
multiple mission files (>10) when clicking on the title of a column (for ex. �Flux�).

5 December 2011: V3.5.1.2
- Dose parameters: a message has been added to alert users using their own thickness
table file that only the first 71 thickness values will be taken into account for the
calculation. A note has been added in the help menu also.

23 November 2011: V3.5.1.1
- Open mission from recent file list (File menu): the mission�s orbit was not taken into
account in the environment and effects calculations. This bug has been fixed.

9 November 2011: V3.5.1.0
- IMPORTANT MODIFICATION! Dates for solar cycle 23 and cycles after that have been
modified in OMERE to agree with recent observations and predictions. The solar minimum
for cycle 23 has been fixed to 2009 and the solar maximum and minimum for cycle 24 have
been fixed to 2013.4 and 2020, respectively. This modification influences all models
that are solar cycle dependent: IGE2006 and MEOv2 for trapped electrons, average solar
particle fluxes (calculation of the solar active time) and galactic comic rays in the
case that fluxes are calculated for the mission. The new dates are written for reference
on the �Solar cycle years� dialog box, accessible via the �Mission� module.
- SEE module: bug on the display function of the energy-cross section curve in the case
of SIMPA and PROFIT models has been fixed.
- Dose depth curve: bug in the calculation when using CDF flux files has been fixed.

19 September 2011: V3.5.0.0 new major release!
The major improvements are:
- Multi-segment mission definition for radiation environment and effects calculations.
- Use of the PSYCHIC model for average solar ion flux and fluence calculations.
- Import of particle fluxes from files in CDF format.
- Total dose calculation behind a sector analysis geometry.
- Alert message when the LET threshold extrapolation has a significant impact on the single event rate result.
- Neutron equivalent fluence calculation for atomic displacement damage.
- HELP menu for the main modules directly accessible from the dialog windows by clicking on �?�.
- Graph from input files.
- Special file extensions depending on the type of calculation (Flux: *.flx, Fluence: *.fle, LET: *.let, Dose: *.dos, SEE: *.see).

See the updated user manuals for more details.


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1 March 2011: V3.4.6.1
- Multi-mission Atomic Displacement post-processing: a bug has been fixed in
the reading function for the case of excel compatible files.
- SEE environment module: a bug has been fixed in the reading function of LET
files that contain differential spectrum instead of integral.

16 December 2010: V3.4.6.0
- SEE module: a bug in the print command of the cross section � energy plot
for protons has now been fixed.
- SEE module: several modifications have been made to make the interface easier
to use and to guide the user in the single event rate calculation.
- Dose curve calculation along the orbit : a bug has been fixed that made
the calculation from the batch multi-mission module impossible.

13 October 2010: V3.4.5.0
- Use of the configuration file �OMEREConfig.txt�: previous OMERE versions
didn�t take into account the configurations defined by the user in the file.
This has now been fixed.--> CAUTION! OMERE will look for the "datac" directory
address in this file. You can define the correct address by opening and
modifying the text file.
- Electron NIEL curve for AsGa: the value for 10 MeV electrons was incorrect.
The correct value is now in place. Please download the whole package to
retrieve the new file �nielasgaele.dat� or replace the 9th value of the 2nd
column with the value 9.30E-05.
- Upload a mission file: 1) if the file was created with a previous version
of OMERE the M value for the Creme86 model was not uploaded correctly, and
2) the AP8 options for trapped protons were not uploaded correctly.
- Dose curve: the chosen geometry is now saved in the mission file. Also, in
the previous version, if the user chose �Standard� in the main dialog box after
having modified the parameters for the calculation, OMERE performed the
calculation with the �Specific� parameters. This has now been fixed.
- Default directory: a directory with a name containing a dot (�.�) can now be used.
- Interplanetary: an EXCEL compatible output file (*.xls) can now be created.

19 July 2010: V3.4.4.0
- Mission file (.cen): the type of Creme96 solar flare model chosen by the
user was not saved in the mission file. This has now been fixed. Three new
lines have been added in the *.cen file that indicate if �worst 5 min�,
�worst day� or �worst week� was chosen.
- External flux import module: a bug in the atomic displacement calculation
has now been fixed.
- Thickness table definition module (Dose, Atom. Displ.): when the user chose
to change the default thickness values, changes for fields 61 to 70 were not
taken into account. This has now been fixed.
- LET module: a bug in the calculation of the mission average LET for cosmic rays
when the magnetospheric shielding was considered has been fixed. The bug only
affected elliptic orbits.

7 May 2010: V3.4.3.3
- Solar Particle module/Creme 96 model: a bug in the progress bar definition
(bar that appears during calculation) caused OMERE to crash. This has now
been fixed.

29 April 2010: V3.4.3.2
- Solar Particle module: when Creme96 was used and the magnetospheric cut-off
was not selected, integral fluxes were not calculated. This has now been fixed.

14 Avril 2010: V3.4.3.1
- Dose, Displacement Damage and Solar Cell calculations using the environment
flux �from mission data� when IGE2006 or MEOV2 models were chosen gave a null
result. This has now been fixed.

13 Avril 2010: V3.4.3.0
- IMPORTANT CORRECTION in the Solar Particle and Cosmic Ray modules: in the
case the Creme96 model was used to calculate heavy ion fluxes, the
magnetospheric cutoff was not correctly applied. This affects only lower than
geosynchronous altitude orbits.

30 March 2010: V3.4.2.1
- Cosmic Ray/Creme96 module: a bug has been fixed that didn�t allow SEE
multi-component calculations using the mission�s environment (with Creme96
chosen in the Cosmic Ray module) to be performed.

26 March 2010: V3.4.2.0
- Multimission module: batch calculations can now be performed for solar
flare heavy ions using the Creme96 model.
- Multimission Post-Processing: post-processing can now be performed for
interplanetary proton batch calculations.
- SEE module: the axis for the proton cross section graph in the case PROFIT
or SIMPA are used are now adjusted for each component so that the data can be
clearly seen on the graph.
- Write and Read Mission File: the atomic number of elements chosen for the
Creme96 model were not saved in the mission file. This has now been corrected.
- Read Mission File: some mission files created with V3.3 or previous versions
could not be well read by the new V3.4 OMERE version. This has now been corrected.

21 January 2010: V3.4.1.0
- IMPORTANT CORRECTION in the Solar Particle module: in the case the Creme96
model was used to calculate differential and integral fluxes, the magnetospheric
cutoff was applied only to differential fluxes.
- SEE module: the user is now allowed to enter the number of sensitive cells
using a scientific notation, like for example 1E5. However, the size of this
number cannot be higher than the size of an integer (~2e9).

4 January 2010: V3.4.0.0 new major release!
The major improvements are:
- MEO v2 solar cycle dependent trapped electron model.
- Worst date calculation for IGE 2006 trapped electron model.
- CREME 96 fluxes for solar and cosmic ray ions.
- Use of a personalised energy grid for trapped particle and solar proton fluxes.
- Solar flare worst 5 minute proton fluxes.
- Definition of a new material with NEMO.
- Cartography minimum and maximum values.
- Input files can include numbers expressed with a �,� instead of a �.�

See the updated user manuals for more details.


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23 November 2009: V3.3.3.0
- IMPORTANT CORRECTION in the LET and SEE environment modules: in the case the user
chose to use input proton flux files and the energy and flux included in those files
where not in MeV and MeV-1.cm-2.s-1 or cm-2.s-1, respectively, then the unit
transformation was not done correctly. This error has now been corrected.
- Solar Cell module: in the case the English version of OMERE was used, the calculation
could not be performed. This bug has been corrected and the solar cell calculation is
equally accessed from the French and English executables.
- SEE data base module: in the case the user defined the cross section data of a
component in the data base from a file, the values included in the file are saved in
the data base and when the component is chosen these values appear in the corresponding
field in the cross section data dialog window.
- SEE module: the visualisation of the LET-cross section curve has been modified. The
y axis is now adjusted based on the minimum and maximum data values.
- SEE module: a modification has been done so that if the user changes the number of
sensitive cells the cross section visualisation button for ions only becomes invalid,
alerting the user that the cross section calculation has to repeated. In the same way,
if the user changes the cell depth, the cross section visualisation button for ions
(and protons when the Simpa and Profit methods are used) becomes invalid, alerting
the user that the cross section calculation has to repeated.
- Multi-mission execution module: a bug in the SEE multimission calculation has been
corrected. Calculations are correctly done and written in the case that the Simpa or
Profit methods are selected for protons.
- Multi-mission post-processing module: a bug in the SEE multimission post-processing
calculation has been corrected. Error rates were not written correctly in the output file.
- Transport module: the output file in excel format is now written correctly.
- Solar Particle ESP module: the output file in excel format is now written correctly.

19 October 2009: V3.3.2.3
- Atomic Displacement: the choice of NIEL electrons or protons in the window that
appears when the user presses the button �Options�, for a periodic calculation + graph,
has been cancelled. OMERE performs the calculation (and plots equivalent fluences on
the orbit) based on the choices made in the Parameters window.
- Multi-mission Post Processing: a bug in the atomic displacement calculations is fixed.
The files are now correctly read and written.

25 August 2009: V3.3.2.2
- SEE module: a modification has been made so that if the user changes the number of
sensitive cells the cross section visualisation button for ions and protons becomes
invalid, alerting the user that the cross section calculation has to repeated.
- SEE module: a modification has been made so that if the user modifies the ion cross
section input- and at the same time has chosen to do the proton calculation with SIMPA
or PROFIT- the cross section visualisation button for protons becomes invalid,
alerting the user that the calculation has to repeated.

21 July 2009: V3.3.2.1
- SEE module: a modification has been made so that if the user chooses to use the
Weibull fit parameters and then closes the dialog box, the choice is saved by OMERE.
- SEE module: : a modification has been made so that the name of input files for the
environment are shown in the main window only if the user has chosen this option.

8 July 2009: V3.3.2.0
- IMPORTANT CORRECTION in the SEE Environment module: bug concerning the value of the
shielding thickness, in the case when the environment is defined by the models selected
in the current mission, has been fixed. OMERE considered thickness values in g/cm2
independently of the units chosen by the user.
- SEE module: when fitting the cross section data for ions and protons, if the user
changes one or more of the calculation parameters: LET threshold, limit cross section,
W or S, then if he needs to go back to check the data by pressing for example the
�Heavy ion cross section data� for the ions, the new parameter values are not lost.
Just remember to press �cancel� and not �done� when on the cross section data dialog
box!
- Multi-Mission Post Processing module for LET spectrum: bug concerning the choice of
differential or integral flux has been fixed. When the user asked for differential
fluxes OMERE recovered integral ones and vice versa.
- Multi-Mission Post Processing module for Solar Cells: dialog box and output file
have been changed to fit the user�s needs. Now one can choose the output type (which
kind of equivalent fluence) and the units for the shielding thickness values to be
included in the output file. The latter has two columns: one for the thickness values
and one for the equivalent fluences.
- Multi-Mission execution module: now the user can use files as input to the various
modules of each mission and run the batch mode. The only module for which this is not
valid is the LET spectrum module.
- Mission module: eccentricity can now take the value of zero.
- Values of semi-major axis and eccentricity are now written in the mission file (in
the case that they are defined by the user) and can be changed by hand directly at the
.cen text file.

10 June 2009: V3.3.1.0
- SEE module: it is now possible to insert in the data base a component for which only
ion calculations are performed.
- SEE module: the bug concerning the insertion or modification of a component- for
which calculations have been performed with PROFIT or SIMPA- in the data base has been
fixed.
- SEE module: a bug has been fixed, it concerns the proper visualisation of the
LET-cross section curve in the case that it is determined by the Weibull fit parameters.

29 April 2009: V3.3.0.2
- SEE module: the bug allowing to choose two options at the same time in the ion cross
section window has been fixed.
- SEE module: the values of proton cross sections estimated via the SIMPA method are
now written in the output file.

24 March 2009: V3.3.0.1
- A new batch multimission module is available in OMERE. This module permits to launch
a multiple mission calculation. It can be found in the �Options� menu.

12 March 2009: V3.3.0.0 new major release!
The major improvements are:
- Cosmic Ray fluxes can now be plotted in the OMERE interface.
- Interplanetary solar proton and ion fluxes can be calculated by applying a weighting
factor which depends on the distance from the Sun.
- All OMERE output files can now be created in EXCEL format.
- An expert/standard module has been created.

See the user manual for more details.

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22nd August 2008 : V3.2.1.0
- LET : A bug has been fixed for the calculation of the LET spectrum for GTO mission
considering the magnetospheric cutoff. Only the LET spectrum was wrong, the energy
spectrum of cosmic rays calculated on the cosmic ray window was OK.

8th March 2008 : V3.2.0.1
- NIEL (NEMO): The NIEL run was stopped and the soft crashed when elements with no
inelastic data was selected (Mercury Hg) for example. The run is now possible with only
the elastic data. A warning is displayed concerning the domain of validity of such NIEL
values.

30th January 2008 : V3.2.0.0 new major release
The major improvements are :
- Use of SRIM2006 data for LET and transport module. A switch button between CREME and
SRIM data is available in the new [Options : Parameters] menu.
- new [SEE : Effective LET] menu. It allows to estimate the effective LET of an
incident particle in a chosen sensitive region in the component die.
- The environment LET spectrum can now be calculated from proton and ions flux files
and not only from OMERE environment module parameters.
- SEE rate can be calculated directly for the current mission.
- The user can set up its own mission data base in the mission list box of the [Mission
: Parameters] dialog box.

Be careful that now OMERE opens by default a geostationnary orbit at 160�W (worst case
position).

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6th November 2007 : V3.1.3.0
- NIEL (NEMO) minor changes of NIEL values calculated by NEMO for compound materials.
- SIMPA (SEE) : the proton cross section button was not automatically validated when
SIMPA option is chosen. This has been corrected now.
- SHIELDOSE : numerical noise appeared in the calculated doses when the solar proton
flux is null (solar active period=0). Now the corresponding dose = 0.
- a temporary file was created and not deleted when the mapping function is used. It is
deleted now at the end of the calculation process.

29th may 2007 : V3.1.2.0
- JPL91 : Some calculations errors occurred when the active period is 4 or 6 years. It
calculation routine has been modified and completely re-validated.

18th April 2007 : V3.1.1.7
- minor bug in the title of the "save as" window.
- The creation of the bmp file corresponding to the cross section curve was sometimes
disabled. It is OK now.
- the M index (CREME index) was written in the result file even if GCR ISO is used. Corrected.

12th january 2007 : V3.1.1.5
- Bug fixed in the calculation of solar active period for a launch date after 2009 and
a lifetime greater than 15 years.
- The choice of "JPL1 extended" option is now saved in the mission file (menu File:
Save).
- NEMO : the atomic mass of Germanium (Ge) is now 73 (previous value 74) in order to
deal with the NEMO data base.
- JPL91 : Smoother spectrum is calculated for proton flux with a JPL91 confidence level
higher than 95%.

5th December 2006 : V3.1.1.3
- ESP is now linked to the DOSE, DDEF and solar cell module

8th November 2006 : V3.1.1.2
- Modification of the AE8 AP8 modules to avoid wrong values when the L (Mc ilwain)
parameter is too high.
- bug fixed in the Dose module when only "other electrons" flux file is used for the
calculation.


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