Practical Grid Modeling
This book explains grid modeling from a practical perspective, providing state-of-the-art models, algorithms, implementation notes and examples. The aim is to provide a reference document for researchers and computer engineers in the field of electric systems modeling, so that the task of building your own simulator or extending the open-source ones already available ones becomes feasible. The book assumes that the reader has a basic understanding of matrices, vectors and complex numbers. The notation used in the book is intended to be clear and accessible as much as it is practically possible.
This work has been produced to reflect the models, algorithms and design choices made in the development of real-world software (GridCal and Newton), which have been extensively tested and used in consulting, real-time operation and planning environments, as have been the formulations presented.