No, the software does not require an Internet connection to run.
BREEZE Software requires you to run the software as an administrator when you unlock the software after it is installed. Once the software is unlocked, it can run without administrative rights.
If you are using your Customer ID and email address to unlock the software, then the software requires Internet access to connect to the BREEZE license server. If you are using a software unlock code provided by the BREEZE Team to unlock the software, Internet access is not needed. Note: In order to get the software unlock code, please email the software registration number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Intel or AMD processor, 32-bit or 64-bit. 500-megahertz (MHz) or higher||All BREEZE Software|
|256 megabytes (MB) RAM, 512 MB RAM recommended||All BREEZE Software|
|2 gigabyte (GB) available disk space||All BREEZE Software|
|1024 x 768 minimum display resolution||All BREEZE Software|
|Mouse or other pointing device||All BREEZE Software|
|3D features require a video card that supports DirectX 9||AERMOD, CALPUFF, 3D Analyst, Downwash Analyst, and ExDAM|
|Video card with 3D hardware acceleration required for 3D views||AERMOD, CALPUFF, 3D Analyst, Downwash Analyst, and ExDAM|
|32-bit or 64-bit versions of Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2008||All BREEZE Software (With the exception of ROADS and LFG Fire/Risk)|
|32-bit versions of Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008||ROADS, LFG Fire/Risk|
|32-bit version of Windows Vista||LFG Fire/Risk|
|Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 or later||AERMET, AERMOD, AERSCREEN, VASDIP, TankESP|
|Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or later||CALPUFF, 3D Analyst, MetView, Incident Analyst|
|Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86)||ExDAM|
|OpenGL 1.1 or greater|
|Esri ArcGIS for Desktop (sold separately, free version available)|
|Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 7.0 or 8.0 (ArcGIS requirement)|
The default installation directory of BREEZE Software is C:\Program Files\BREEZE\XXXX for 32-bit operating systems, and C:\Program Files (x86)\ BREEZE\XXXXX for 64-bit operating systems.
In addition to the online resources listed below, contact BREEZE to set up a live demo for a more customized evaluation:
To locate the version number of your BREEZE Software product, please follow these steps:
To locate the version number of your BREEZE ROADS and LFG Fire/Risk Software product, please follow these steps:
Yes. You can bulk transfer data into the TankESP software from a spreadsheet or from a text file.
The data grid in the data entry form allows you to perform a bulk transfer of data by copying a block of data from a spreadsheet, such as a MS Excel spreadsheet, and pasting the data into the data grid in the data entry form. When pasting data from a MS Excel source, you can have the cursor just in the upper left cell of the block in the data entry form to receive the data and paste in the entire block.
Data may also be bulk transferred from a multi-line text file into a column of a TankESP data entry form. Copied lines of the text file will be pasted into successive cells down a column of the form's data grid, beginning with the selected cell.
Yes, you can specify which stocks are available at which of your sites, and then only the assigned stocks can be selected for that site. In order to assign the existing stocks to the sites, you can click the Stocks button on the main menu, select Stock Site Applicability from the "Administrative Settings and Data for:" dropdown list, and enter "Y" to assign a stock to a site.
You can click the Manage Locations button on the main menu, then select the User Defined radio button, and click the New button to add a new location. Then the Edit Location window will automatically pop up, which you can use to edit the meteorological data for the newly added location.
You can click the Stocks button on the main menu, select Pure Chemicals from the "Administrative Settings and Data for" dropdown list, select the User Defined radio button, and then you can add the parameters of more pure chemicals.
In order to enter the speciation of pure chemicals for your stocks, you will need to first select your intended pure chemicals. You can click the Stocks button on the main menu, select Stocks and Composition from the "Administrative Settings and Data for" dropdown list, then click the Choose Components button. Then you can select your intended pure chemicals from the current Pure Chemicals list. After selecting all your intended pure chemicals, the chemicals would be to the right of other stock data in the Stock form, and then you can enter the weight percent of the pure chemicals for your stocks.
For TankESP PRO, your backend file from TankESP_d Version 4 will automatically update to a backend file for TankESP PRO. The updated backend file for TankESP PRO will be a copy of the original Version 4 backend file with the "_X.X" suffix, and will be saved in the same folder where the original Version 4 backend file is located.
For TankESP FX and TankESP LT, the backend file from TankESP_d Version 4 cannot be automatically updated to a backend file for TankESP PRO. You can update your TankESP Software Product to TankESP PRO if you would like the software to automatically update the backend file from TankESP_d Version 4 or you can contact the BREEZE Sales Team at email@example.com for more information, or if you would like our assistance with updating the backend file for TankESP FX or TankESP LT.
TankESP PRO Versions 5.0 and up are updated versions of TankESP_d (Database) Version 4.0. Therefore, effective January 15, 2019, the supported version of TankESP will be Versions 5.0 and up. If you choose to transition to TankESP PRO, it will be a seamless process and your current projects and existing data will transition as well. To update to PRO Versions 5.0 and up, simply create a My BREEZE account and download the latest version of the software. Please contact the BREEZE Team once your account is created and we will add the software to your account.
The data source for the "Pre-2019 AP-42" Pure Chemicals data and “Pre-2019 AP-42” meteorological data is from the AP-42 Chapter 7 published in November 2006. The data source for the "Post-2019 AP-42" Pure Chemicals data and “Post-2019 AP-42 Class I” meteorological data is from the AP-42 Chapter 7 published in November 2019. The data source for the “Post-2019 AP-42 Class II” meteorological data is from National Solar Radiation Data Base 1991-2010 Update, which is also the data source of the meteorological data in the AP-42 Chapter 7 published in November 2019.
You will find descriptions of the editions included in the TankESP Software Product Suite on the TankESP Buy Now webpage. If you have any questions about the products or how to determine which edition is right for you, please contact the BREEZE Sales Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.