iPST: the open-source project for power grid simulations
The iPST project aims at developing of an open-source toolkit dedicated to large power grid security analysis. It is dedicated to :
- Power system simulations, be they static through Power Flows and Optimal Power Flows or dynamic through dynamic power system simulators.
- Power system data-mining thanks to big-data databases that allow storing time-series of power system related data.
May 2018 iPST/PowSyBl day
The 2018 iPST/PowSyBl day took place on May, 25th.
The presentations are accessible below:
- The open-source strategy of RTE followed by LF Energy Foundation
- ENTSO-E and open-source
- Open-source implementation of a CIM-CGMES compliant power flow
- Open-source steady state validation
- Open-source modelica simulation suite
- Open-sourcing of Antares, RTE’s adequacy study application
- 2018-2019 iPST/PowSyBl roadmap presentation
- The future industrial tool for security analysis at RTE
- Progresses on the Monte-Carlo approaches for security analysis
- Progresses on the application of robust approaches to security analysis
- A new roadmap towards fast contingency filtering with security rules
- How to install a developer environment of PowSyBl and iPST
- Fundamentals of PowSyBl: iIDM format, extensions and topologies
- How to implement the load-flow API
- Business data management
- Interfacing third-party tools
The project is open-source and anybody is welcomed to contribute. The governance of the project whose goal is to set up the roadmap and decide the content of the official version is ensured by a board composed of the following members:
|AIA||Gladys Eliana Leon|
|Imperial College||Ioannis Konstantelos|
|Tractebel Engie||Christian Merckx|
Depending on you need, different documentation is available:
- The javadoc (powsybl and ipst) for developers.
- The validation handbook for final users.
- The iTesla FP7 project web site, as an archive of the work achieved between 2012 and 2016.
The 2017 iPST day took place on June, 1st. The associated presentations are downloadable below. June 2017 iPST day
- Short-term grid operation
- Garpur - Insights into a future risk doctrine
- iPST - The open-source project for power grid simulations
- Introduction to research results
- iAL - the iTesla Action Language
- Robust security analysis
- 3D diagrams of Eurostag generator models for improved dynamic simulations
- Forecast Error Analysis model of injection uncertainties
- Modelica library and dynamic simulators
- iPST 2017-2018 roadmap
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