DPsim is a Python module / C++ library for complex power system simulation. As a Python module, the easiest way to get to know DPsim is via Jupyter Notebooks.
First, you need to install Docker. Then, you could either build a docker image by yourself as described in the build instructions or download a prepared image from Docker Hub as described in the following.
To start a Jupyter session, run a DPsim Docker container
$ docker run -p 8888:8888 sogno/dpsim
And access the session by opening the following link: http://localhost:8888/lab?token=3adaa57df44cea75e60c0169e1b2a98ae8f7de130481b5bc
Currently, the pypi packages are not maintained. Until we have updated the packages, please use the docker installation.
First, you need to make sure that Python is installed and your version is compatible. An easy way to install Python and all required packages is the Anaconda distribution. To get started, install the latest installer for Python 3.x from the downloads section. Then, run the Anaconda Prompt and create a new conda environment:
$ conda create -n dpsim python=3.6
After creating the environment you need to make sure that it is activated. The current environment is displayed at the beginning of the command line in brackets. It should read "(dpsim)…". In case it is not activated, run:
$ activate dpsim
Pip Package Installation
Then, DPsim can be installed as a Python module:
$ pip install dpsim
To build and install DPsim from the source files, please refer to the build section.