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iTesla Power System Tools

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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.
The core of the project is composed of the iIDM (iTesla Internal Data Model) which allows to import, export and edit power system models. The computation modules are plugged onto this core. The core also includes computation distribution functionalities based on MPI (Message Passing Interface).The core functionalities are available in the PowSyBl repository. It targets industrial-grade quality. Prototypes are found in the iPST repository. The 2018-2019 development roadmap is available here.

May 2018 iPST/PowSyBl day

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The 2018 iPST/PowSyBl day took place on May, 25th.

The presentations are accessible below:

Functional session

IT session

One-file archive of all presentations.

Invitation.

Partners

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 Logo AIA Gladys Eliana Leon
Artelys Logo Artelys Adrien Saint-Pierre
Imperial College Logo Imperial College Ioannis Konstantelos
INESCTEC Logo INESCTEC Helena Vasconcelos
Pepite Logo Pepite Philippe Mack
RSE Logo RSE Diego Cirio
RTE Logo RTE Nicolas Omont
TechRain Logo TechRain Christian Biasuzzi
Tractebel Engie Logo Tractebel Engie Christian Merckx

The board secretary is ensured by Nicolas Omont. You can contact him for any question on the project. The project continues the development done during the iTesla research project.

Documentation

Depending on you need, different documentation is available:

June 2017 iPST day

The 2017 iPST day took place on June, 1st. The associated presentations are downloadable below.

One-file archive of all presentations.

Invitation.

Archives

Support or Contact

Contact: info@itesla-pst.org

Support: github