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Power system software has following capabilities:
Network Analysis Software
Electrical Network Editor
The Network Editor is the graphical user interface underlying the software analyses modules. It provides the user with great flexibility in creating the one-line diagram of the network as well as providing a wide variety of options to customize the displays and reports. The Software Network Editor is one of the most user friendly and powerful engineering tools available on the market today. In addition to the state of the art graphic user interface, Software's field proven analysis functions are incorporated into this software platform. The analysis function menus in software are presented as a very user friendly oriented interface along with contextual on line help
|Power Flow Analysis|
|Load Flow Contingency Analysis|
|Start, Motor Starting Analysis|
|Single and double Line Parameter Calculation
|Cable Parameters Calculation|
|Short Circuit Analysis|
|Optimal Power Flow Analysis|
|Transient Stability Analysis|
|Voltage Stability Assessment|
|Wind Energy Conversion Systems|
|Circuit Breaker Rating
|Arc Flash Hazard Analysis|
|Protective Device Coordination|
|Substation Grounding Grid Design and Analysi|
The Power Engineering software is modular since each of the simulation and analysis modules listed below can be acquired independently from one another.
- Power Flow
- Dynamic Motor Starting Analysis
- AC Contingency Analysis
- Optimal Power Flow
- Short Circuit ANSI , IEC and Conventional
- ARC Flash Hazard
- Transient Stability
- User Defined Modeling
- Circuit Breaker Rating Analysis
- Wind Energy Conversion Systems
- Voltage Stability
- Harmonic Analysis
- Geographic Overlay
- Protective Device Coordination
Each of the simulation modules features industry-proven, state of the art modeling and solution techniques, making software a reliable tool for demanding engineering analysis.
Electrical Equipment Parameter Estimation
In the absence of detailed information, software cis capable of suggesting typical data for the system equipment. These estimating functions account for a wide array of industry manufacturing practices and respect the recommendations outlined in both North American and International calculating guidelines.
This includes advanced Overhead Line and Cable Parameter Estimation Programs.
Transmission line models are defined by their geometrical line configurations. Transposed and/or full three-phase un-transposed models including frequency dependency are supported for single or double circuit lines, with solid or tubular conductors, multiple conductors per phase and multiple neutral wires (segmented or not).
Underground cable constants are calculated single and/or three-core cables with either sheath or ground return.