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Interfacing Issues in Multi-Domain Simulation Tools

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10 Author(s)
M. O. Faruque ; IEEE PES Task Force on Interfacing Techniques for Simulation Tools, Working Group on Modeling and Analysis of System Transients Using Digital Programs, IEEE Power and Energy Society, T&D Committee ; V. Dinavahi ; M. Steurer ; A. Monti
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This task force paper presents multi-domain tools and their interfacing issues to perform simulations that require expertise in multiple areas of physics, such as electrothermal, electromechanical, electrochemical, and electromagnetic simulations, etc. Features of single multi-domain simulation tools, which are capable of simulating more than one system such as electrical chemical, mechanical, etc., are discussed. In addition, programs that are not capable of performing multi-domain simulation independently but can be interfaced with other programs to perform multi-domain simulation are also covered. Two case studies are reported where multi-domain simulations are performed in offline and real-time environments through the interfacing of more than one simulation tool.

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IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 1 )