PowerWorld's wide range of products provide the tools needed by transmission planners, power marketers, system operators and trainers, educators, and anyone else desiring access to power system information and analysis in a user-friendly format.
Our interactive power systems simulation package for high voltage power systems operation on a time frame ranging from several minutes to several days.
PowerWorld’s system visualization tools combined with real-time data.
A new flexible multi-user operations training platform.
Utilizes the new time-step simulation feature of Simulator on a simplified PowerWorld platform.
A tool designed to compute characteristic line parameters given the type of conductor and the tower configuration of a three-phase overhead transmission line.
A freeware program designed to make it easy to exchange power flow cases. You can view a solved power flow case graphically using animated one-lines.
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June 21, 2016
The Illinois Center for a Smarter Electric Grid (ICSEG), part of the Information Trust Institute (ITI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is developing synthetic power system models based entirely on publicly available information. These can be used for research and testing without violating confidentiality agreements or Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII) regulations. Models […]
June 6, 2016
PowerWorld is developing tools for incorporating HEMP into power flow and transient stability analysis. Professor Tom Overbye of the University of Illinois and PowerWorld co-founder, recently delivered this presentation to the PSERC Industry Advisory Board. Interested customers are encouraged to contact us about beta-testing these tools. (Contact information is listed below.) Visualization The following contour graphics […]
February 23, 2016
PowerWorld is pleased to announce that Tom Overbye, the original developer of the PowerWorld software and a co-founder of the company, has accepted a position at Texas A&M University as a TEES Distinguished Research Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. This appointment is anticipated to start on or before January of 2017. Dr. […]
January 25, 2016
Link Abstract The installation of vast quantities of additional new sensing and communication equipment, in conjunction with building the computing infrastructure to store and manage data gathered by this equipment, has been the first step in the creation of what is generically referred to as the “smart grid” for the electric transmission system. With this […]
December 29, 2015
We have another sample Transient Stability animation created using Simulator 19: it plays out an artificial scenario in real time on a 2000 bus equivalent system that creates sustained oscillations in a couple of generators. (Note that this scenario is meant only to demonstrate Simulator’s toolset, not to model the actual behavior of an existing power system) […]