Today we celebrate the anniversary release #100 of AnTherm.
It has been long run since 1984 when I’ve met Dr. Walter Heindl, one of the then fathers of the concept of thermal conductances – the concept being the foundation to many today’s ISO standards and fundamental to simulation software I’ve developed on top of it. It was also very tough decision during 2003 to start the project AnTherm – the “hymn” or monument to Walter and those who designed today’s building physics.
Today we are at AnTherm release #100 of which development has been strongly driven by great number of professionals actually using it. Thanks to all subscribers for showing their long term trust to the project.
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