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Some news in ModeliScale around multi-physics modelling for energy systems and others

News: "Simulating a Path to Grid Modernization" in Digital Engineering journal

Digital Engineering 247

“As natural disasters, the push for renewables and electrification mount pressure, simulation plays a key role in the U.S. power grid’s redesign and optimization“

ModeliScale was interviewed to contribute to a study article in Digital Engineering journal : in the context of US need to modernize the energy grid, ModeliScale presents an original approach for ModSim of such systems.
US Energy Department support, industry needs (ABB, Siemens) and several tooling offers are also highlighted.

Read here the full article

Event: 2021 Modelica Conference

ModeliScale partners will participate the 14th Modelica Conference (Sep 2021). We will be proud to show ModeliScale related work with five presentations accepted by the Organization Board:

  • EDF / DS scientific paper for the approach for model initialization : ‘New Equation-based Method for Parameter and State Estimation’
  • Inria scientific papers around the multi modes challenge:  
    • A Reduced Index Mode-Independant Structure Model Transformation for Multimode Modelica Models
    • Handling Multimode Models and Mode Changes in Modelica
    • Compile Time Impulse Analysis in Modelica
  • Phimeca industrial paper  on model simplification : ‘Analysis and reduction of models using Persalys

Event: ModeliScale at Pole Systematic ‘Welcome Event’

ModeliScale was presented at the Systematic Welcome event that took place at  Paris 11 June 2021. Hereafter the presentation made.

News: ModeliScale in Dassault Systemes Corporate Report ‘Cities take shape’

We are proud to announce our ModeliScale collaborative project is mentioned in the ‘Cities take shape’ chapter of our 2020 Corporate Report ; see Infrastructure & Cities challenges.

The Corporate Report also gives you additional information about Dassault Systemes.

Infrastructure & Cities challenges

Two thirds of humanity will be living in cities in 2050, so urban settings will be the focal point for most creation, both imaginative and practical.

Article: “Mathematical Foundations of Physical Systems Modeling Languages”

The article “Mathematical Foundations of Physical Systems Modeling Languages”, co-authored by Albert Benveniste, Benoît Caillaud and Mathias Malandain from the Hycomes team at INRIA Rennes, has been accepted by the IFAC journal Annual Reviews in Control. The author version was made available in August 2020.

A comprehensive mathematical approach supporting compilation and code generation for DAE-based modeling languages is proposed. In particular, sound criteria for accepting or rejecting multimode models are given as byproducts of this analysis. The mathematical development relies on nonstandard analysis, providing a uniform framework for handling both continuous dynamics and mode change events.

Article: Robust Calibration of Complex ThermoSysPro Models using Data Assimilation Techniques : Application on the Secondary Loop of a Pressurized Water Reactor

L.Corona Mesa-Moles, J.P.Argaud, A.Jardin, A.Benssy, Y.Dong - EDF

Modelica Conference 2019 proceedings Linköping University Electronic Press

User Presentation "Modeling and simulating hybrid distribution networks with EPSL"

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