DSATools_ V15.0_tutorials_download

DSATools_ V15.0_tutorials_download
Power system analysis software to meet all your system planning and operation needs
Powertech provides custom software development services to our clients to meet specific application requirements:

Adding custom features to DSATools™
Developing custom database applications
Participation in applied research

Recent examples of custom software development include:nerc_db_graphic

Development of a reserve management tool (RMT) for Transpower, New Zealand. Transpower runs a power market in New Zealand, and one of the services included in this market is the active power reserve used to maintain acceptable frequency response when a large amount of generation (or import) is lost due to contingencies. RMT uses a special model to determine the minimum such reserve required for achieving performance in the real-time market settlement.
Determination of real-time generation rejection lookup table for BC Hydro, Canada. Due to the nature of the integration of BC Hydro’s power grid with WECC, stability is a main issue to be addressed for the secure operation of this grid. One of the measures to ensure the grid security is to apply generation rejection as an emergency control when a severe contingency takes place. The location and amount of the required generation rejection are a function of many factors, including system topology, load and power transfer levels, and the contingency. Therefore, on-line assessment is required to determine the generation rejection lookup table based on real-time system conditions. Powertech developed an on-line DSA system to fulfill such a task and installed it at the BC Hydro control center.
Development of powerflow and dynamics databases (PFDB & SDDB) for the NERC/ERAG base case development. The annual effort to develop base cases for the US/Canada Eastern Interconnection includes the handling of many regional powerflow and dynamics updates. PFDB and SDDB are two database tools developed by Powertech to handle such tasks. Please click to see more on PFDB and SDDB.          

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