The OpenIPSL or Open-Instance Power System Library is a Modelica library, fork of of the iTesla Power System Library developed and maintained by the ALSETLab research group, collaborators and friends (contributions are welcome!). The library contains a set of power system component models and test power system networks adopting the phasor modeling approach. Time domain simulations can be carried out using a Modelica-compliant tool, which may also allow to do other computations on the model, such as linearization for eigen-analysis and other purposes.

If you are looking for an introduction to the library, have especially a look at:

Please check the library's Copyright disclaimer for information on license. See also the OpenIPSL organization website openipsl.org for additional information.


 CopyrightDISCLAIMER<html> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>OpenIPSL</strong>: Copyright &copy; 2016 - 2022 Prof. <a href="https://github.com/lvanfretti">Luigi Vanfretti</a>, <a href="https://alsetlab.github.io/">AlsetLab</a>, Troy, NY (Formerly SmarTS Lab, Stockholm, Sweden).</p> <p>The authors can be contacted by email: <a href="mailto:luigi.vanfretti@gmail.com">luigi.vanfretti@gmail.com</a>.</p> <p>This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the 3-Clause BSD license.</p> <p>A <a href="https://github.com/OpenIPSL/OpenIPSL/blob/master/LICENSE">copy of the license</a> is available in the library repository.</p> </html>
 UsersGuideUser's Guide
 ExamplesPackage with set of application examples
 ElectricalPackage for electrical models used in this library
 NonElectricalPackage for non-electrical models used in this library
 InterfacesPackage for interface models used in this library.
 IconsPlace for OpenIPSL specific icons
 TypesLibrary specific type definitions
 TestsPackage with set of basic systems designed for testing the various models from the library

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