It has been some time since the RAPSim software had been presented at the IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Asia and also announced in this blog.
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- Select the correct abstract class and define general attributes. A structure of abstract models is provided to handle all the interaction with the objects and the other simulation parts. The user has to name, describe the model and add an appropriate icon for the model.
- Model parameters must be defined for being available in the GUI. The provided data type deals also with complex numbers. Dependent on the type of implemented model the user can define which variables are editable and visiable. This is also the place to set initial values.
- Define the update procedure. This is the main part of the model implementation, meaning the mathematical part is done here. This includes also the possible allignment of data from an external source, like a file, with the simulation time.
M. Pöchacker and W. Elmenreich. Model implementation for the extendable open source power system simulator RAPSim. In Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Intelligent Solutions in Embedded Systems (WISES'15), pages 103–108, Ancona, Italy, October 2015.
and the RAPSim introduction paper:
M. Pöchacker, T. Khatib, and W. Elmenreich. The microgrid simulation tool RAPSim: Description and case study. In Proceedings of the IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Asia (ISGT-ASIA'14), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2014. IEEE.