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PowerDynamics.jl - An experimentally validated open-source package for the dynamical analysis of power grids

  title={PowerDynamics.jl - An experimentally validated open-source package for the dynamical analysis of power grids},
  author={Anton Plietzsch and Raphael Kogler and Sabine Auer and Julia Merino and Asier Gil-de-Muro and Jean Pierre Lisse and Christine Vogel and Frank Hellmann},
PowerDynamics.jl is a Julia package for time-domain modeling of power grids that is specifically designed for the stability analysis of systems with high shares of renewable energies. It makes use of Julia’s state-of-the-art differential equation solvers and is highly performant even for systems with a large number of components. Further, it is compatible with Julia’s machine learning libraries and allows for the utilization of these methods for dynamical optimization and parameter fitting. The… Expand
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