Real-time simulation for power systems based on parallel computing - an empirical study
Fung, Y.F., Ho, Tin Kin, & Cheung, W.L. (2001) Real-time simulation for power systems based on parallel computing - an empirical study. In APSCOM 2000 - 5th International Conference on Advances in Power System Control, Operation and Management, The Institution of Electrical Engineers, Hong Kong, pp. 517-521.
Abstract Computer simulation is a versatile and commonly used tool for the design and evaluation of systems with different degrees of complexity. Power distribution systems and electric railway network are areas for which computer simulations are being heavily applied. A dominant factor in evaluating the performance of a software simulator is its processing time, especially in the cases of real-time simulation. Parallel processing provides a viable mean to reduce the computing time and is therefore suitable for building real-time simulators. In this paper, we present different issues related to solving the power distribution system with parallel computing based on a multiple-CPU server and we will concentrate, in particular, on the speedup performance of such an approach.
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