Thermal Bridge Heat Transfer & Vapour Diffusion Simulation Program AnTherm Version 6.115 - 8.133 

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Usage Hints Introductory Tutorial

Following pages collect important introductory instructions about the use of the application in the form of a cookbook.

Use examples included in the installation to become acquainted with the software. As soon as you get comfortable with the handling of the software you shall start easily with your own examples of course. You can also enter model data from scratch or transfer other projects (e.g. WAEBRU file) into AnTherm (by using the import).

Starting the application - main windows
Loading a component, primary  windows
Calculation and Results
Evaluation of results
Further instructions
Modelling by dynamic overlapping of elements
Various types of elements
The order of elements - overlapping effects

Continue reading on Starting the Program and its Windows...

Hint: The application help window will always display on top (in front of) all other application windows when invoked directly from the application (via F1 key or the Help menu) and eventually overlap them. To have help window be freely switchable via desktop manager (which will allow you to bring the application windows to front) you shall start the application help from the windows start menu instead (Start-All Programs-AnTherm-Help) and browse the contents manually to the chapter of your choice.
With the application setting "Help Window shown TopMost" the user can decide if the Help window will be shown topmost to all application windows and automatically minimize with the application (which is the windows default behaviour) or it can be set behind the application window via typical desktop window manager (default application setting).

See also: Editing (input) windows, Evaluations and Results, Modelling and Evaluation Tutorial


 Model, Calculate, Simulate and Analyse Thermal Heat Bridges in 2D and 3D with AnTherm®  

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