Vahid Jalili-Marandi

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Graphics processing units (GPUs) have recently attracted a lot of interest in several fields struggling with massively large computation tasks. The application of a GPU for fast and accurate transient stability simulation of the large-scale power systems is presented in this paper. The computationally intensive parts of the simulation were offloaded to the(More)
This paper proposes large-scale transient stability simulation based on the massively parallel architecture of multiple graphics processing units (GPUs). A robust and efficient instantaneous relaxation (IR)-based parallel processing technique which features implicit integration, full Newton iteration, and sparse LU-based linear solver is used to run the(More)
In this paper, we review state-of-the-art solvers and techniques applicable to HIL simulation of power systems, power electronics and motor drives. These methods can be distinguished by the applications as well as the computational hardware engines used. Industrially speaking, there are two main types of hardware used today to make HIL: multi-core CPUs and(More)
This paper discusses recent developments of the high-performance computing techniques for the real-time simulation of power systems. Depending on the size of the network and the required resolution, different methods are used: phasor-based method for Transient Stability (TS) simulation, and ElectroMagnetic Transient (EMT) simulation. Modern, fast(More)
This paper presents the solutions of a real-time parallel-processing based simulator, eMEGAsim, to perform electromagnetic transient and transient stability simulations for distribution power networks. The electromagnetic transient simulation can be distributed into several processors without adding an artificial delay, and the transient stability(More)
ePHASORsim tool offers real-time dynamic simulations for transmission and distribution power systems. Applications such as contingency studies, testing control devices, operator training, and SCADA system tests are examples for employing this tool. This paper describes the hardware and software architecture of the ePHASORsim and its development. The(More)
The ePHASORsim tool offers real-time phasor domain simulations for large-scale power systems. Applications include contingency studies, testing control devices, operator training, and SCADA system tests. This paper describes a new application of this tool for Model-In-the-Loop simulations. Two test experiments are shown in this paper to demonstrate the(More)
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