InterPSS (Internet technology based Power System Simulator) is a free and open software development project. Simulation is key to enhancing power system design, analysis, diagnosis, and operation. InterPSS fills a need for a simple to use, yet powerful in functionality, modern software technology based software system. Power system simulation software currently in use are based on outdated technology. InterPSS is distinguished by its open and loosely coupled system architecture. This architecture enables components developed by others to be easily plugged into InterPSS to augment its functionality, and equally important, allows its components to be integrated into other software system. The project is currently under development by a team of developers living in the United States and China. InterPSS development is Cloud based. InterPSS project and its development experience have been summarized in a book chapter "Distributed Parallel Power System Simulation" in a book "High Performance Computing in Power and Energy Systems", published by Springer.
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InterPSS Development Guide - InterPSS development guide for the InterPSS developers.
InterPSS Development Release - The dev release has the latest features under development for new feature preview purpose. These features may not be fully tested yet. Please use it with care.
OpenCIM is an object-oriented approach to the CIM information model, defined by IEC. It is not a RDF/XML editor, rather a RDF/XML file processor. In addition, it provides a framework for building bridges or adapters for digesting information stored in an RDF/XML file and transferring relevant information into other applications. OpenCIM uses Java as the programming language.