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A Power Systems Library documentation initiative

A Power Systems Library documentation initiative

It seems to me that the Power Systems Library is very powerful, but not well documented.

I would therefore like to create documentation and documented examples of some of its models, to create a subset of it to be used for teaching.

It is just a first idea, the success of which depends on many factors.
Naturally I would gladly share the outcome with anyone interested.

To do this, however, I need to share issues with other users.

My first attempts on analysing and discussing some Spot examples were successful.
The first attempts to analyse Generic examples were not. For instance trying the very basic PowerFlow.GenericComponentsTest.ImpedanceTest, I expected that switching the system refType from Synchronous to Inertial would have changed load.terminal_p.v[1] and  load.terminal_p.v[2] from constant to varying as sine waves, but this did not occur; they remain constantly equal to 10 kV.
I tried this on 0.5 dev version of the library.
Can anyone explain why, or what changes must me made to see the expected behaviour?

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Re: A Power Systems Library documentation initiative

I suggest going to https://github.com/modelica/PowerSystems/issues to discuss this. Rüdiger Franke is quite active on GitHub, but not on these forums.

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Re: A Power Systems Library documentation initiative

Thank you,
I did not know of that forum. I will certainly switch to that one.

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Re: A Power Systems Library documentation initiative

public your question in facebook modelcia group https://www.facebook.com/groups/9375876 … 1/?fref=ts

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