In the pipeline ... 
We are currently working on finalizing the following projects, which are expected to be available shortly.
Stay tuned and check the TRANSP webpage for these new, upcoming capabilities.

Hager model for the bootstrap current
This implementation is based on the work done by R. Hager [Phys. Plasmas  23, 042503 (2016)]. The Sauter formulation is being modified to include higher collisionality regimes, based on calculations run with XGCA.  

Updated cross-sections for Tritium reactions
The formulation in TRANSP based on the work done by D. Mikkelsen is being updated based on the recent expression provided by D. Coster at IPP. The same is currently being implemented in other transport solvers within EUROFusion, in preparation of the Tritium and DT2 campaigns on JET.

An updated pedestal module
The new pedestal module in TRANSP will include a neural network based on EPED1 calculations [O. Meneghini et al, Nucl. Fusion 57 086034 (2017)], analytic formulations for the ITER operation space and an option to represent the pedestal region with a tanh function and options to set a pedestal density value for predictive simulations.

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