Development Status :: 3 - Alpha
The python package pyphs is dedicated to the treatment of passive multiphy- sical systems in the Port-Hamiltonian Systems (PHS) formalism. This formalism structures physical systems into — energy conserving parts, — power dissipating parts and — source parts. This guarantees a power balance is fulfilled, including for numerical simulations based on an adapted numerical method.
- Systems are described by directed multi-graphs (networkx.MultiDiGraph).
- The time-continuous port-Hamiltonian structure is build from an automated graph analysis.
- The discrete-time port-Hamiltonian structure is derived from a structure preserving numerical method.
- LaTeX description code and C++ simulation code are automatically generated.
It is recommanded to install pyphs using pip. In terminal: pip install pyphs An installation for Anaconda users on Mac OSX is also available (can be temporarily outdated, prefer pip install): conda install -c afalaize pyphs
Documentation and tutorials are hosted at the Python Package Index https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyphs
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