This blog is about Python Power Electronics - a free and open source software for power electronics and power systems professionals. Aimed at providing education about power electronics application specifically to renewable energy and smart grids, the software will be accompanied by simulation examples, short reports and presentations. The software can found on the website http://www.pythonpowerelectronics.com/.
I have been out of action for the past two months. Traveling, immigration and then taxes. Now free from all of these I am back to my circuit simulator. I hope I can devote more time to this project as things are more or less working and I need to keep working on cases. Unfortunately it gets hard when I am neck deep in paperwork.
Anyway, here is the next version 1.2.1.
The only change is that I realized as the number of meters and plotted variables increases, it gets tough to count the variable column position in the output data file. So this version prints out the meter or plotted variable and the column number so that you could enter the column number directly into Gnuplot.
I am working on a three level three phase inverter case next. Hope that will be done in a week.