LTT is currently working on SorpLib 2.0. The structure of SorpLib 2.0 will be fundamentally changed to integrate new models and functionalities into the library as efficiently as possible. The main goals of SorpLib 2.0 are:
- Development of a flexible model architecture to be able to integrate alternative (media) models than TIL or TILMedia.
- Completion and further development of the documentation and test or validation models.
- Establishment of a workflow in a wiki.
With goal 1, a complete open-source version of SorpLib will be made available. Initially, a choice can be made between media models TILMedia or MSL.
With goal 2, the usability of SorpLib is increased. The documentation addresses Issues #2 (closed), #3 (closed), #4 (closed), #5 (closed), #6 (closed), #7 (closed), #8 (closed), #9 (closed), #10 (closed), #11 (closed), #12 (closed), and #13 (closed). The testing and validation models also address Issue #17.
With goal 3, a workflow is established to enable joint development of SorpLib in the future.
In addition, new application models will be added to SorpLib. For this purpose, models that have already been used or are being developed in publications (e.g., adsorption heat transformer) by the Sorption System Engineering group at LTT will be integrated and made freely available.
SorpLib 2.0 is scheduled to be completed in the course of 2021.