Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Predicting impacts of extreme events on grids
Homeland Security News Wire
A new, free, open-source software reliably predicts how damage from hurricanes, ice storms, earthquakes, and other extreme events will restrict power delivery from utility grids. The Severe Contingency Solver for Electric Power Transmission is the only software available—commercially or open-source—that reliably supports analysis of extreme events that cause widespread damage.

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