This page shortly describes each repository of the PowSyBl organization, their versions and their maintainers.
This repository provides the core feature of the PowSyBl framework such as the grid modelling, the support of several data exchange format (CGMES, UCTE…), computation APIs (power flow, security analysis, sensitivity analysis, dynamic simulation…).
This repository provides a standardized way to organize the data for a power system study, called AFS (Application File System). It supports several storage system such as MapDB or Apache Cassandra. It is designed to be extensible using custom plugins to manage new types of data.
This repository provides a functional module to reach target net positions across networks, through an iterative process based on power flow computations and injections scaling.
This repository provides modules to generate single line diagrams.
This repository provides a web service for network cases management.
This repository provides modules to manage geographical data such as substation or lines location as well as a web service.
This repository provides a web service that exposes conversion functions.
This repository provides a web service to generate single line diagrams.
This repository provides a web service for the generation of geographical data in order to draw a network on a map.
This repository provides a C++ implementation of the IIDM grid model.
This repository provides a C++ implementation of sparse matrix, based on the SuiteSparse project. This 64-bits libraries for Linux, Windows and MacOS are packaged as a Jar file and published on maven central.
This repository provides an integration of the PowSyBl framework for Python developers.
This repository provides incubating modules that are not mature enough to be released.
Reviewers: all the committers
This repository provides the build configuration shared as maven pom files, shared by all our Java repositories.
This repository contains documents to explain how the PowSyBl organization works (code of conduct, maintainers, contributing) It also provides the templates for the issues, the pull requests. These documents are shared by all the repositories.
This repository contains the source code of the PowSyBl’s website.
Committers: all the committers