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Power system modelling and scripting is a quite general and ambitious title. DRM-free; Included format: PDF; ebooks can be used on all reading devices. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Power System Modelling and Scripting | Power system modelling and scripting is a quite general and ambitious title. Of course. Springer-Verlag London Limited p. The book focuses on a subset of power system models based on the following assumptions: i.

Front Matter Pages Power System Modelling. Pages Power System Architecture.

Power System Scripting. Power Flow Analysis. Continuation Power Flow Analysis. Optimal Power Flow Analysis. Eigenvalue Analysis. Time Domain Analysis. Device Generalities. Power Flow Devices. Transmission Devices.

OPF Devices. Faults and Protections.

Alternate-Current Machines. Synchronous Machine Regulators. Direct-Current Devices.

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Thus, the objectives of this book are twofold. This selection includes classical devices e. The second objective is to provide a guide for organizing and translating mathematical models into computer programming code.

The purpose is that the reader understands that there is always a gap between printed equations and software applications running on computers.

Choice of the Programming Language When dealing with programming issues, one has to face and answer a tricky question: which is the most adequate computer language for tackling power system analysis?

Then, after deciding on the language, one already knows that in a decade that language will be inevitably obsolete and a newer, easier, classier language will be available. To avoid a quick obsolescence, the goal of the book is not to provide code, but rather to teach how to design, organize and eventually write it. Programming issues will be always the same, at least as far as power systems will be the way they are.

Thus, the adopted language is not so important. Last but not least, the Python interpreter is free and open source. These characteristics do not guarantee that Python will last forever, but make it very appropriate for educational purposes. Organization of the Book The material included in this book is organized in a somewhat unorthodox way.

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Since the purpose is to concentrate on modelling, main power system analysis tools and basic programming concepts are introduced before describing the devices. Preface XI Part I contains introductory concepts. Chapter 2 introduces the structure and the features of a software package for power system analysis while Chapter 3 discusses on the concept of scripting applied to power system analysis. The latter chapter also attempts to provide general guidelines for thinking power systems analysis in terms of computer programming.

I hope that the results can be useful for Ph.

Part II introduces basic tools for power system analysis. The viewpoint used for describing these tools is as general as possible. Each topic is huge and, thus, only a very reduced selection of methods and algorithms is presented.

The object is to provide a starting point for further investigations as well as a basement on top of which the following part dedicated to device modelling can be built. Part III is the barycentric and most extended part of the book.

It embraces the most important families of power system devices in an as systematic and exhaustive way as possible. Chapter 9 provides an introduction to the basic mathematical aspects of a generic electrical device. Part IV discusses spare topics that are relevant for power system analysis but are seldom included in power system books.

Chapter 21 introduces the variegated world of data formats and discusses the challenges for creating a common model for exchanging power system data. Chapter 22 discusses the advantages of the Unix-style command line approach versus graphical user interfaces. Chapter 22 also describes plotting utilities aimed to power system visualization ranging from conventional plots to advanced 2D and 3D temperature maps.

Chapter 23 describes some relevant educational aspects of free and open source power system software packages.

Finally Part V contains supporting material in form of appendices. The aim of Appendix A is to make the book as self-contained as possible. Appendix C discusses control diagrams and hard limit models. Finally, Appendix D provides the power system data used in the example of previous chapters whereas Appendix E describes XII Preface the software requirements for working with the book as well as some useful links related to power system analysis.

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Style of the Book The style used in the book is somewhat unconventional with respect to traditional references about power system analysis. The will of merging together two worlds, namely power system modelling and computer programming for computational science, leads to the necessity of using a hybrid style that is unusual for both worlds.

The major risk is perhaps to end up writing a software manual. To avoid that, I have tried to be as rigorous as possible and to make the examples based on computer code a supporting material rather than an essential part of the book, so that readers that despise computer code can skip it.

The material is organized in several parts, each part in several chapters and each chapter in several sections and subsections.

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Python 2. Matplotlib 0. This word is maestro. I have been lucky enough to have good ones: my grandfather Cesare, my father Guido and my mother Silvana, Profs. Concluding Remark While completing this preface, I realize that much material has been left out of the book. However, I hope that what is included will be enough to transmit Preface XIII to the reader my passion for power system modelling and scripting. Wind Turbine Initialization. Turbine Model. Dynamic Shaft.This decomposition has been developed similarly in many array languages.

Electric power systems are experiencing significant changes at the worldwide scale in order to become cleaner, smarter, and more reliable. Related Interests. There are various open source tools available which along with Python could be used to solve complex power system problems.

Turbine Model.