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README.txt 2010-06-09 4.1 kB 11 weekly downloads
README ================================= About "Power System Toolbox for Octave" : ========================================== This Power system toolbox contains programmes to form Ybus, Loadflow Analysis(NRLF, GSLF, FDLF), Economic Load Dispatch Swing equation, power angle diagram and Transmission line parameters(A,B,C,D) for long, medium and short transmission lines. These programmes can be run either in Octave or Matlab. Many other new features like Contengency analysis are under development. System Requirement : ==================== Operating System : Linux Distro ( Ubuntu, Zenwalk, Slackware, uMint etc). Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7. Software Requirement : Octave 3.0 or higher (or Matlab). Processor : Any AMD or Intel family x86 or higher processors. Disk Space : 1 GB for Matlab installation if needed. 200 MB(max) for Octave and toolbox installation. RAM : 512 MB of higher Editors : for Linux : gedit / geany / mousepad / medit / kedit. for Windows : notepad / wordpad. General Instructions to Enter Input Data : ========================================== 1) The input files are created by the dedicated code written, which will be opened in any of the editor present in the system. In case of linux it will be usually mousepad or gedit. User are given the option to choose the editor of their liking. 2) Enter the input data for the calculation following the instructions below. i) Do not change any variable names. ii) Each element in the tables must be seperated either by a blank space or a tab. iii) If there is any element that is not necessary for the calculation process, leave that matrix blank. iv) Input data must be entered with atleast 3 decimal precission. v) Make sure to save the reslts before entering a new calculation as the old will be over written in case if not saved. 3) DO NOT CHANGE ANY VARIABLE NAMES IN THE PROGRAM as it might cause trouble in execution or Wrong output. 4) Data can either be copy pasted into the input file or can be entered manually. 5) To interrupt any calculation in process <Ctrl+C> key can be used. Dependencies : ============== Octave along with its dependencies can be downloaded from the following source. http://www.gnu.org/software/octave/download.html Toolbox can be downloaded from the following Source. This source code can be edited and redistributed under GPL with origional developers name. Any kind of Editing is to me mentioned in the README file for the user help purpose. Installation ============ in Linux: ========= % tar -xvf powertool.tar.gz % cp -r /usr/share/octave/<version>/m <version> must be the version of octave installed in your system. may be 3.0.5 or 3.2.2 etc in Windows: ========== * extract the tar ball or zip file. * copy and paste the folder into the executable directory. How to report Bugs: =================== * Bugs can be reported in the download repository or can be mailed to the developer @ harsha2k4@gmail.com. * Bugs fixed by the user can be reported in the reposiroty so that the other users can implement it. * An updated toolbox with bugs fixed can be uploaded in the repository. Developers(the powertool team): ============================== Harsha Narayana Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore email : harsha2k4@gmail.com Sandeep Srivatsa V Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore email : srivatsasandeep@gmail.com Under the guidance of : ======================= Sri. R. S. Anandamurthy Head of the Department Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore email : rsamurti@gmail.com Dr. K. T. Veeramanju Professor Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore email : veeramanju.kalyan@gmail.com
Source: README.txt, updated 2010-06-09

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