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Only the parameters inside the frame (Sub-)Conductor are defined for sub-conductor. All other parameters (e.g. rated current) are specified per bundle. The tower type only specifies…
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The surge arrester model consists of a non-linear resistance that can be entered point by point.  The surge arrester is connected to Bus B and the element input characteristic is governed by…
The polarity field is used to correct or adjust the proximity of the ends of coupled lines in the case that they have been incorrectly defined. When the user draws lines in PowerFactory, the i and j…
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In the attached model, you will find how to model the capacitive and inductive couplings of overhead lines. The example includes study cases that demonstrate: Single line model to study the behaviour…
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A series reactor can be used to connect buses that operate at different voltage levels. A series reactor is used to model an impedance to connect the different voltage levels (220kV to 230kV). The…
PowerFactory fully supports all kinds of unbalanced  power system models:- 3phase, 3 wire (loads in Delta, can be unbalanced, lines can be unbalanced)- 3phase, 4 wire (neutral is modelled…
To show the sections of a line in addition to the name of it, proceed as follows: Right click the object name box, then choose Format for Line -> Default. Right click on the box once more, then…
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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Make sure that the used type of the cable or overhead line contains the correct value for the "Rated Short- Time (1s) Current (Conductor)" parameter in the Short-Circuit tab. The default value is 0,…
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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.…