InterPSS 2.0 User Guide
Please Note: Google fixed the issue that some times caused 2.0 (beta) malfunction. See the release note:
Issue 2559: A sporadic issue in which Spreadsheet.getSheetByName() returned null for a valid sheet name no longer occurs.
InterPSS 2.0 is the next generation of InterPSS software development. It is totally Cloud based. The goal is to make the Could-based power system simulation practical. Currently, AC Loadflow, DC Loadflow and Sensitivity Analysis have ported from InterPSS Version-1. More InterPSS functionality will be ported in the near future.
If you are using InterPSS 2.0 the first time, you can start from the InterPSS 2.0 Application Template. You need to have a Google email account before you can use InterPSS 2.0. Login to your Google account and make a copy of the InterPSS Application template to your Google account.
After you copy and save the InterPSS Application Template to your Google acount, you will see the InterPSS menu appear. You are now ready to use InterPSS 2.0 to perform power system simulation. The copied Spreadsheet is located under your Google Drive.
Input Study Case
To input a study case, select InterPSS|Input Case Data ... menuitem. When you run InterPSS 2.0 Application the first time, you will see a Google Authorization Requested popup dialog box. You need to grant the Google access to run the application.
Click the Choose File button to select an input file. Make sure select the correct data format, which matches your input file format. Click the Load button to load the input file.
Your input file will be loaded, transformed and save into the Google Spreadsheet. The saved Google spreadsheet is private to your Google account. You can share the spreadsheet with your college or publish to the Web to share with everyone in the world, using the Share button.
Some times, when the network is slow, you might see the following blank screen with a Working ... message. You can refresh the browser to force refresh the screen. The first sheet Log is for display application log messages.