Pour la documentation en FRANÇAIS, utilisez l’outil de traduction de votre navigateur Chrome, Edge ou Safari. Voir un exemple.

Model name

Brazil 138 kV and above power system

Minimum license required

HXG Max (6 cores)

Highlights

  • Largest available benchmark
  • Several computationally demanding components
    • 8 DC links
    • 85 nonlinear transformers

HYPERSIM automatically parallelizes the network into 497 tasks and distributes them on all available cores for maximum speed

Model diagram


Single-phase nodes

2542

Sources (3φ)

42

Transformers (3φ)

109 (24 linear, 85 nonlinear)

HVDC converters (12-pulse valve groups)

16

Single-circuit lines (3φ, Bergeron model)

374

Single-circuit lines (3φ, Frequency Dependent model)

6

Hardware

OP5707XG

  • Motherboard: SuperMicro X11DPL-i
  • Processor: Intel(R) Xeon(R) Gold 5222 CPU @ 3.80GHz; 8 cores
  • RAM: 32 GB

Software

  • Platform: HYPERSIM
  • Compiler: Intel 2019 (19.03.199)

Results

  • Number of core(s): 6
  • Minimum time-step: 45 us *
  • Total average execution time (sum on all cores): 210.6 us

* Performance under transient conditions varying considerably depending on the study type, this benchmark measures the minimum achievable time-step without overruns in steady-sate conditions. A rule of thumb is to consider 10 to 20 % buffer time for calculations under transient conditions.

Benchmark

Performance comparison between new (OP5707XG) and previous (OP5700) hardware generations



  • No labels