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1. Lines:• Losses = P(terminal i) + P(terminal j)• Losses (no load) = U(terminal i)2* B1/2 + U(terminal j)2* B1/2 ,(B1 line susceptance C1,G1 . . . )• Losses (load) = Losses - Losses(no load) 2.…
Attached you can find an example which includes four loads with a demand of 1 MW each. The way each load is modelled and connected to a three-phase system differs. Two loads are…
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Attached you can a PowerFactory project containing the investigation for VDEW compliance of an asynchronous generator (Example 1) and an inverter-fed synchronous machine (Example 2)…
Attached you can find a PowerFactory project containing several generic models for main transformers and generators.…
PowerFactory is able to calculate single-phase interruptions within the short-circuit calculation (complete method) and in the transient simulation. Another option is to connect a three phase…
A common application for BESS consists in replacing the spinning reserve/primary reserve in a power system. This application becomes significantly important in small or island power systems with…
In the attached example, a 20Mvar STATCOM provides dynamic reactive power compensation for a set of motors connected to a weak network. The study case "Fault Stability Simulation (RMS)"…
This would be the standard procedure: Open the dialog of the line element by double-clicking on its graphic representation Click on the Sections/Line Loads button. A list with all the sections will…
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In general you can divide the page format when printing network diagrams in the following way:Click the button named Drawing Format to open the page formats definitions. To print using a sub-format…
In order to use an AutoCAD drawing as a background information source, proceed as follows: Select the parts of the AutoCAD drawing you are interested in use the AutoCAD export function with the wmf…