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ETAP은 필드 결과, 실시간 시스템 측정, 생성된 프로그램, 그리고 수계산에 대응하여 기술적 정확성을 보장하기 위해 확인 및 검증(V&V)되었습니다.
ETAP은 각각 모든 계산 모듈에서 수백개의 테스트 결과를 거쳐 완전한 V&V 과정을 거쳐 출시되었습니다.
하단에 테스트 샘플 유형으로 제공된 테스트 사례는 각 분석으로 수행됩니다. 모든 사례는 ETAP의 시뮬레이션 결과와 필드 측정 혹은 다른 프로그램과 밀접한 상관관계가 있음을 타나냅니다.
Case No. 1Comparison of ETAP Load Flow Results Against a Published Textbook ExampleThis document provides a comparison of ETAP Load Flow results against published results in "Power System Control and Stability” by P. Anderson and A. Fouad.
Case No. 2Comparison of ETAP Load Flow Results Against a Published ExampleThis document provides a comparison of ETAP Load Flow results against published results in “Computer Aided Power System Operation and Analysis” by R.N Dhar.Case No. 3Comparison of ETAP Load Flow Results Against a Published Textbook ExampleThis document provides a comparison of ETAP Load Flow results against published results in IEEE Standard 399-1997 “Recommended Practice for Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Analysis”.Case No. 4Comparison of ETAP Load Flow Results Against a Published Textbook ExampleThis document provides a comparison of ETAP Load Flow results against published results in IEEE Standard 3002.2-2008 “IEEE Recommended Practice for Conducting Load-Flow Studies and Analysis of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems”.
Case No. 1Comparison of ETAP Motor Starting with Torque Control Against Hand Calculated ResultsThe ETAP V&V process for the Motor Starting program has over 1600 test case scenarios that are run before each ETAP release. The following cases are excerpts from the Motor Starting V&V documentation.
Case No. 2Comparison of ETAP Motor Starting Results Against Transient StabilityComparison of ETAP Motor acceleration (MS) results against ETAP Transient Stability (TS) results which were validated against field measurements and hand calculations.
Case No. 1Comparison of Short-Circuit Results against Hand Calculations based on Application Engineering InformationComparison of ETAP 3-phase Short-Circuit results against published results in “Short-Circuit Current Calculations for Industrial and Commercial Power Systems” published by General Electric.Case No. 2Comparison of ETAP Unbalanced Short-Circuit results against Published valuesComparison of ETAP unbalanced fault results against published results in “Faulted Power System Analysis” by Paul Anderson, 1973, page 38-40.
Case No. 3Comparison of ETAP 3-Phase Duty Short-Circuit Calculations against Published IEEE Std 399-1997 ExampleComparison of ETAP 3-phase Duty Short-circuit results against a published 44-bus example from the IEEE Std. 399-1997, Section 7.7, pages 187-205.
Case No. 1Comparison of ETAP Short-Circuit IEC Calculations against Published ExampleThe ETAP V&V process for the IEC Short-Circuit program has over 1100 test case scenarios that are run before each ETAP release. The following cases are excerpts from the Short-Circuit IEC 3-phase and unbalanced short circuit results
Case No. 2Comparison of ETAP Short-Circuit IEC Calculations against Published ExampleThis document provides an ETAP validation case. This is just one of many test case scenarios for IEC Short Circuit (SCIEC) which are part of ETAP V&V program. This case is a validation case based on comparisons against published results in the IEC TR 60909-4:2021 document for Short-Circuit analysis.
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