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Cities of the future will soon account for 90% of the world’s population growth and 75% of its energy consumption. The pressure on critical resources will increase. The New Administrative Capital in Egypt launched one of the country’s most ambitious development projects to date, setting standards in smart city living is ADMS. ETAP ADMS will manage, control, visualize and optimize power distribution required to run critical smart services for city operators, citizens, workers, and visitors alike. Learn how ETAP ADMS is utilized to support long-term sustainable, efficient smart city services that will support a safer, more innovative, and more prosperous Egypt.
Discover ETAP ADMS™, a combined planning and operation solution to manage, control, visualize, and optimize electrical power distribution networks comprising of: Geospatial Information System (GIS) Electrical Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition (SCADA) Distribution Management System (DMS) Distribution Network Applications (DNA) Outage Management System (OMS) Advanced Distribution Management System must offer flexible solutions to address the core requirement of the new digital grid to provide resiliency and reliability to the network while having the scalability to intelligently and proactively assess the outcome of the operations and contribute to the new requirements to minimize network cost and improve asset optimization. ETAP ADMS offers such an intelligent and robust decision support platform based on a unified Digital Twin of the electrical network with a collection of Geospatial-based distribution network applications integrated with mission-critical operational solutions to manage reliably and securely, control, visualize, and optimize small to vast distribution networks and smart grids.
ETAP 22 offers an impressive new set of integrated power analysis modules,
electrical dimensioning capabilities, automation, and operations solutions.
This webinar outlines how ETAP Microgrid Control Solution devises and implements adaptive strategies to enable a smooth transition between grid-connected and islanded modes during unplanned islanding.
This webinar introduces an integrated model-driven approach for engineers and managers to design and operate power systems. ETAP’s Digital Twin Platform combines electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties with intelligent visualization for modeling, design, automation, and real-time predictive analysis. Learn how ETAP’s unique multi-dimensional database eliminates the need for hundreds of copies of the project file, by providing unlimited graphical presentations, configurations, data revisions, loadings, generations and operational values within the same project database. Moreover, ETAP unified platform allows simultaneous analysis of the network under various conditions.
Learn how owners, operators, and planners utilize ETAP GIS to better design, analyze, and expand their networks. We will discuss how to include transmission, sub-transmission and distribution networks in the same electrical model and solve the combined networks.
ETAP's intelligent electrical single line diagram (iSLD) is a multi-layered one-line view of the digital-twin, that includes advanced functionality and awareness of the device's characteristics and system behavior. It is an active blueprint and the foundation of your digital transformation journey.
Learn how to shorten the time for power system modeling and studies from months to weeks, utilizing ETAP Network Project Management (NetPM™), a platform for collaborative engineering.
ETAP 21.0 offers a new set of integrated power analysis modules, electrical dimensioning capabilities, automation, and operations solutions. In this webinar, we demonstrate new Design, Analysis & Simulation Solutions & Features, plus many of the enhancements and time-saving improvements.
This presentation aims to explain the necessary steps to comply with national grid code standards; an exemplary case of a steel manufacturing plant with intensive use of induction furnaces and a THD that exceeded the Grid Code's limits. This presentation highlights compliance, analysis, engineering (electrical power system studies), and equipment designed to comply with the technical criteria and mitigation. ETAP was used to size a filter to mitigate harmonics and improve the power factor for 34.5 kV transformers for grid code compliance.
Co-simulation is the cooperative simulation of a system model through different software packages. Collaborative simulation, as such, spans more physics domains and offers more insight than single-domain engines alone. Therefore, the collective composition of its parts enables multi-domain, multi-physics simulation results.ETAP CoSim™ enables ETAP simulation engines to collaborate and interact. For example, the ETAP Time Domain Power Flow can co-simulate with ETAP Harmonic Analysis to assess harmonics distortion over time. ETAP CoSim platform also enables ETAP and 3rd party tools to co-simulate and solve large, complex, and multi-disciplinary system models—collectively via an efficient API surface. The ability to co-simulate with third-party software extends existing software capabilities into the multi-physics domain and greater situational awareness. This solution presentation will introduce the concepts of co-simulation and the flexible ETAP CoSim platform. The presentation will also highlight commercial use-cases of Phasor and Electromagnetic co-simulation using emtCoSim™ and Controller Hardware-in-the-Loop (CHIL).
Many protection functions such as over/under frequency, out-of-step, generator loss of excitation are set based on power system dynamic characteristics. These protection functions were conventionally set with the assumption that, system dynamics are predictable using simplistic and aggregated models. Higher penetration of distributed energy resources (DERs) has made power system dynamics considerably more complex to predict through conventional approaches. ETAP offers a new solution to perform unified protection and transient stability study to accurately capture interactions between system dynamics and protection system. This solution allows protection engineers and network planners to 1- tune protection settings to act properly during system dynamics, 2- design and test remedial protection schemes, 3- evaluate all protection functions such as out-of-step, overcurrent and generator loss of excitation protection function and 4- perform grid code studies that require evaluating DER performance along with its protection system.
Alpine Energy Case Study – Building a model for today and the uncertain tomorrow. To maximize the benefit from our ETAP models, we developed a system that makes use of the available features to provide structure to our system models, and allow flexibility to deal with future model expansion and changes. The foundation to achieving this objective was the establishment of a naming convention and model structure that would enable the loading of models and data handling processes to be done with ease. Further enhancing our use of ETAP, we make use of templates and color coding linked to the themes to match the real world network in the modelling world. Lastly, the library was built from scratch and has now matured to a stage where new data is phased in and updated during the validation of models. Following our investment in building our models, in order to maximize the benefit from our ETAP, we developed rigorous processes to ensure accuracy and consistency in building models and managing data. Once data is updated, we utilize ETAP to run Load Flow, Fault Level and Protection Coordination studies and rely on ETAP multi-dimensional database capabilities to set financial years, switching configurations and add new proposed loads to the relevant configuration year. Combining the above features and processes, we have established a disciplined and rigorous Network Development Planning process using ETAP. This has enabled us to plan for the future in an efficient and effective manner. Our ETAP models are benchmarked against actual power system conditions by collecting historical demand data (voltages and currents) from smart meters at customer level, power quality measurement devices at distribution transformers, protection relays at substations, and our SCADA system. But this is not the end, we have developed a future roadmap for our ETAP models with plans to fully integrate with our geospatial information system and our supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) environment, to utilize protection coordination, and build smart scenario wizards to do the hard work for us.
The traditional power system model and desktop-based analysis work well for greenfield projects. It becomes incredibly challenging to make use of the modeling in a brownfield project. The network routes are limited by existing infrastructure and road layouts. A new design for a built-up urban area is possible by multiple iterations of cable lengths, optimal routes, placement of electrical assets, etc. The iterative process becomes more manageable by having a georeferenced map of all interest areas with high accuracy. GIS-based software becomes extremely helpful to undertake a brownfield design. However, the challenge remains in extracting the GIS data into a power system software in executing the electrical analysis. ETAP is breaking ground in this avenue. EnergyTron is closely working to implement this on a large scale, potentially the largest in the world for this type of project analysis.
Due to system shutdowns stemming from drastic frequency decline associated with the loss of relatively large generating units, Fortis TCI embarked on exploring opportunities to curtail these events to improve system response. This was achieved through detailed modeling and validation of system parameters with event data gathered from previous events. Carefully implemented Remedial Action Schemes are currently explored to provide cost-saving benefits; significantly improving frequency response, without the need for larger spinning reserves and minimize investment costs for BESS.
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