OpenModelica is an open source modelling and simulation environment intended for industrial and academic usage. It is an object-oriented declarative multi-domain modelling language for complex systems. The OpenModelica environment allows most of the expression, algorithm, and function parts of Modelica to be executed interactively, as well as equation models and Modelica functions to be compiled into efficient C code. The generated C code is combined with a library of utility functions, a run-time library and a numerical DAE solver. OpenModelica Connection Editor is the new Graphical User Interface for graphical model editing in OpenModelica.
The OpenIPSL or Open-Instance Power System Library is a library of power system component models written in the Modelica language that can be used for power system dynamic analysis, such as phasor time-domain simulations.
The purposes of OpenIPSL are to be used for research and education with maximum compatibility with OpenModelica, to provide a free/libre and cost-free alternative for power system dynamic simulation and to provide as many as possible typical "test networks" for use in research and teaching. Read more
Foss : OpenModelica OpenIPSL - English
Outline: What is an OpenIPSL
Downloading OpenIPSL from GitHub
Including the OpenIPSL package in libraries browser
Understanding OpenIPSL library structure
Outline: what is a smib system
demonstration of smib system
simulation of a three phase balanced fault in smib system
use of "check all models" to validate the model solvability
Outline: *What is a controlled SMIB system
*How to model a controlled SMIB system
*What is an Automatic Voltage Regulator(AVR)
*What is a Power System Stabiliser(PSS)
Outline: *How to enter the parameter values of components
*How to enter the power flow data
*Initializing e1q start and e2q start as true value
*How to check the created model
*How to s..
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