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IES OverviewIES Overview
​This presentation is a high-level overview of the US DOE Integrated Energy Systems (IES) program.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/WUiFPzrMj6M
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%201%20-02-%20FORCE%20Overview.pdf
​This presentation is a high-level overview of the FORCE tool suite developed by the IES program.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Vi23L_5tTC8
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%201%20-03-%20HERON%20Overview.pdf
​A high-level overview of the HERON software that is part of the IES’ FORCE tool suite, including motivations, purpose, a brief look at inputs and outputs, some previous examples of work done using HERON, and some current work underway to improve the tool. These are expanded on in the HERON-specific workshop material.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/TQjjouHjXo0
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A high-level overview of the HYBRID collection of models that is part of the IES’ FORCE tool suite, including motivations, purpose, a brief look at inputs and outputs, as well as different models and their interconnectability.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/jkvbfCUen9w
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%201%20-05-%20Introduction%20to%20Electric%20Markets.pdf
​This presentation provides a brief, high-level overview of the US Wholesale Electricity Markets. It points out the importance of generator cost structure as it relates to a competitive position in the market and how this relates to the generator's bid to participate in markets. Then the presentation introduces the relationship between the day-ahead market, the real-time market, and the ancillary services market.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/A7-AiDoGd2E
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​Tool for Economic AnaLysis, or TEAL, is a RAVEN plugin that calculates the characteristics of cash flows. This workshop gives an introduction to creating components and cashflows in TEAL with a few simple examples.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/-cbotogyj1s
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%202%20-%2001-%20TEAL%20Training.pdf
​Tool for Economic AnaLysis, or TEAL, is a RAVEN plugin that calculates the characteristics of cash flows. This workshop gives an introduction to creating components and cashflows in TEAL with a few simple examples.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Ztx1WpKt4yM
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%202%20-02-%20FARM%20Training.pdf
​Feasible Actuator Range Modifier (FARM) is a RAVEN (https://github.com/idaholab/raven) plugin designed to solve the supervisory control problem in Integrated Energy System (IES) project. FARM utilizes the linear state-space representation (A ,B, C matrices) of a model to predict the system state and output in the future time steps, and adjust the actuation variable to avoid the violation of implicit thermal-mechanical constraints.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/yhr6sLw8kCs
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https://www.youtube.com/embed/VN9c9r69KAY
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%202%20-04-%20IES%20Demonstration%20Cases.pdf
This presentation provides an in-depth review of the previously accomplished IES industrial use cases. This includes a look at the current FY2022 use cases and the coming industrial cases in FY2023 and beyond.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/tSMeXVTTd_g
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%202%20-05-%20IES%20Experimental%20Systems%20Overview.pdf
​The following provides an overview of IES Experimental Systems.  Basic system design, detailed engineering development, and construction are covered.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/27equZH-Uu8
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https://www.youtube.com/embed/U97a4MznF3I
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%203%20-01-%20HERON%20Purpose%20and%20IO.pdf
​A more in-depth overview of HERON, including similar information as the overview but with more depth. In particular, significant time is spent on the inputs and outputs to HERON, including where each can be obtained and how results can be understood.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/saPU02JZiAA
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%203%20-02-%20HERON%20Synthetic%20History%20Training.pdf
​A workshop on building synthetic history generators for application in IES toolsets, particularly HERON. This includes some methodology overviews, as well as suggestions and guides on training synthetic history generators for various IES analyses.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/QOiEmToR2Mw
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%203%20-03-%20HERON%20Example%20Cases.pdf
​A step-by-step guide to a simple HERON problem, where we discuss the scope of the problem, questions to be answered, components within the problem, setting up inputs, running the code, and viewing outputs from the run. By the end of this guide, a HERON user should be ready to run their own simple cases.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Wn52rJXYhqQ
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https://www.youtube.com/embed/JTFT6T0yQ8Y
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%204%20-01-%20HYBRID%20Training%20Introduction.pdf
​Introduction to the basics of Modelica, why Modelica, what is Dymola, and an introduction to the features of the language. This is followed by a simple overview of the basic model in Modelica and then an introduction to the purpose and models contained in the HYBRID repository.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/KySgDWp2-G0
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%204%20-02-%20HYBRID%20Training%20Model%20Development.pdf
​An in-depth talk on how to develop a model using the Modelica language ranging from defining variables with units to implementing function calls to GUI figure design. This is followed by a discussion on introducing enhancements and control schemes into existing models. All of this is wrapped up with a short discussion on how to access simulation data and scripting of runs.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/RCWXwEsPJsY
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%204%20-03-%20HYBRID%20Training%20Analyst%20Presentation.pdf
​Introduction to the plug-and-play nature of Modelica via the HYBRID repository, introduction to initial conditions and interoperability with RAVEN, followed by a discussion of the FMI/FMU capabilities in Dymola.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/tEnxCp3YCZ4
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https://ies.inl.gov/Training%20Documents/Day%204%20-04-%20HighLow%20Fidelity%20Model%20Coupling%20using%20FMI.pdf
​This work demonstrates new functionality and applications stemming from the development of high-fidelity to low-fidelity (high-low) coupling for system simulations and to further explore the capabilities of the Risk Analysis Virtual Environment (RAVEN) in the performance of uncertainty quantification in this kind of high-low coupled system models. The workflows for both steady-state and transient coupled simulations are described. A steady-state parameter sweep and uncertainty analysis of the primary flow rates and reactor power is demonstrated. Likewise, transient pump trip and power ramp sensitivity studies are also demonstrated. This work elucidates some of the potential benefits and future needs of using RAVEN for high/low system coupling analysis of energy systems. It also shows some of the difficulties that can be encountered in coupling system simulations.​
https://www.youtube.com/embed/K1xpF49Ps0Q
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