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Learn how ETAP iDLS offers an intelligent model-driven load curtailment solution with optimization techniques to shed the minimum required distribution feeder
loads based on reliability indices, quality of supply, and availability of distributed generation.
This webinar demonstrates EMT simulations of AC power systems connected to power electronic interfaced renewables (both transmission or distribution levels), applications of FACTS devices, and synchronous condensers to mitigate network dynamic response
concerns and representation of complex control systems.
ETAP integrates model-driven software and hardware, including intelligent controllers with real-time operational digital twins. This webinar demonstrates how ETAP Digital Substation solution allows you to monitor and verify controller actions and system response during the design, implementation and operation of the controllers.
This webinar presents the European/German standard DGUV-I 203-077 for arc flash hazard calculations. This method, just like IEEE 1584-2018, is in use in many European countries. We will compare the German Arc Flash methodology to IEEE 1584-2018 and introduce
ETAP tools available for Arc Flash calculations based on this standard. Application examples as well as features & capabilities will be presented.
This webinar demonstrates how eOTS™ helps to develop and improve operator competency through real-world simulated learning, resulting in improved power system design and operation.
As more Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) are added and mixed into the grid, the need to effectively evaluate and validate the dynamic response of power systems has become essential for grid resiliency, reliability, and security. In this webinar, learn how ETAP Transient Stability Analysis addresses needs and challenges of stability studies for power systems with integrated DERs.
This webinar discusses how well ETAP DC Arc Flash method results correlate with the test measured incident energies. The comparisons to be discussed include arc flash tests in photovoltaic and battery/rectifier powered systems. Furthermore, this webinar
introduces major improvements to the DC Arc Flash calculation methods in ETAP 20; such as the “Incident Energy Subtraction Method" and new Worst-Case Datablocks from the DC Arc Flash Result Analyzer.
The webinar shows how ePPC leverages an electrical digital twin from design to validation and automation of renewable power plants for maximum yields and stability of the grid.
Learn how to perform Motor Acceleration Studies on any system, regardless of the project stage and available input data; from conceptual design, to FEED, to daily operations. Topics include Impact of Motor Starting, Data Requirements and Motor Parameter Estimation, Dynamic Motor Starting, Motor Acceleration using Transient Stability and Automated Motor Start and Result Analyzer.
Learn how ETAP Transient Stability program and Electromagnetic Transients Program (eMT) are combined in eMTCoSim mode to provide hybrid simulations of Phasor and Transients domains to collectively solve large, complex, and multi-disciplinary system models with higher fidelity.
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