PowerDynamics.jl - Dynamic Power System Analysis in Julia
This package provides all the tools you need to create a dynamic power grid model and analyze it.
The source code is licensed under GPLv3 and published on github.
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The installation can be done via the new package manager. Either use
using Pkg; Pkg.add("PowerDynamics")
Please note that
PowerDynamics.jl is a fast developing library whose API is not settled yet. In order to ensure that your old code will still work in the future while using the latest version of
PowerDynamics.jl for your new code, we strongly recommend the usage of environments. Please check out this video from the introduction of Pkg3, where environments are introduced, too.
PowerDynamics.jl is written for Julia 1.0 and above. We will quickly switch to new Julia version as they come out, but support older versions and enable long transition periods for users. Julia versions 0.x are not supported.
Generally, we distinguish three types of user for
Your Goal is to use
PowerDynamics.jl to model your grid of preference. You don't want to implement new types of nodes.
We recommend you to choose your favorite example from
PowerDynamicsExamples, read Node Types and try to understand it. That should give you the kickstart you need. If you have any questions, contact us.
Grid Component Developer
Your Goal is to use
PowerDynamics.jl to develop types of nodes, e.g. new control schemes for inverters or new descriptions of synchronous machines.
After going through the introduction for a Grid Modeler, we recommend that you read through PowerGrid model and Custom Node Types and try to implement a new node type for an example grid. With that, you should have all the tools you need. If you have any questions, contact us.
Your Goal is to extend
PowerDynamics.jl with new fundamental functionalities.
After going throught the introduction for a Grid Modeler and a Grid Component Developer, read through the code where hopefully all of this documentation will helpful for you. Afterwards, it's probably best to open an issue explaining the idea you want to implement and we can discuss how you can transform your idea into a pull request.