Running a Pipeflow

If you want to run a pipeflow with pandapipes, it might be the easiest to just try running the code

>>> pp.pipeflow(net)

However, this might not always suit your purpose. In order to control what is calculated and which precise boundary conditions to use, some options exist that influence the internals. Changing the default options can not only influence the boundary conditions, but also the execution time, the convergence behavior or the output that is calculated.

It is recommended to know these options, which are explained more in detail in Pipeflow Options. If you want to learn more about how the pipeflow works internally, the section The Pipeflow Procedure might give you a valuable insight. Also the internals of different components in Datastructure and Components might be helpful.

The Pipeflow Function