The iTesla Power System Library is a Modelica library developed as part of the iTesla project. The library contains a set of power system component models for phasor time domain simulations.
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iPSL: iTesla Power System Library:

The iTesla Power System Library is a Modelica library developed as part of the iTesla project. The library contains a set of power system component models for phasor time domain simulations.

Notice to Users:

This project encompasses the development of a Modelica library for Power System simulation. As such, there are no solver tools provided in this repository (no Power Flow Solvers, no Time-Domain solvers, etc.). You can find more information on the Wiki - Page.

Models in the library are tagged with a level of development following the categories described below:

4 - Validated with very accurate results with regard to the reference software (4 - Green tag)

3 - Validated with Acceptable behavior against the reference software (3 - blue tag)

2 - Model usable for simulation but not validated (2 - yellow tag)

1 - Model available but errors in the syntax to be corrected for use in simulation (1 - orange tag)

0 - Data not available or incomplete model (0 - red tag)

Documentation:

Currently, we are developing an 'application guide' with examples how to use the library and documentation on many of the test networks developed by different project partners, however, because the iTesla project is still on-going, we are not sure when this material will be ready.

You can follow the following issues to know about our progress: Application Guide and Test Networks.

Contributing:

Contributions to the library are welcome and can be submitted in the form of pull requests to this repository. Contributions can be of different nature, such as addition of a new component model, re-organisation of the structure of the library, change in the development practices, etc.

Please consult the contribution guidelines.

Citing iPSL in Publications:

If you use iPSL in your work or research, all we ask you in exchange is that you cite the reference publications, according to your use.

Please consult our Publication list, for browsing the reference publications

You are also welcome to submit your contributions as stated above.

Copyright assignment:

Each contributor should send an email to info@itesla-ipsl.org with the following sentence:

"I hereby assign copyright of my contributions to the iPSL, to be licensed under the same terms as the rest of the iPSL."

License Information:

Copyright 2015-2016 RTE (France), SmarTS Lab (Sweden), AIA (Spain) and DTU (Denmark)

The authors can be contacted by email: info@itesla-ipsl.org

This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0.