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Base simulation and optimization modules for J40 tool

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# J40 Tool model

## Prerequisites You need to run python 3.8 or higher. You can install the required packages with

pip install -r requirements.txt next you should install any pyomo-compatible linear optimization solver for example, you can install glpk along with pyomo using conda: conda install -c conda-forge glpk

## Input Files

  • The community files and geo files are published separately

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