This presentation will highlight how Star Auto-Evaluation software can improve your system design, safety, reliability and operation. Validate protective device settings for equipment protection, identify mis-coordination and fix zone selectivity issues, apply industry rules for system protection & coordination, significantly increase efficiency, accuracy, and design consistency.
ETAP GRID™ is the most comprehensive enterprise solution for design, simulation, operation, control, optimization, and automation of generation, transmission, distribution, and microgrid power systems.
This webinar introduces the latest ETAP solution for analysis and operation of Rail Traction Systems. eTraX includes the most accurate, user-friendly and flexible software tools for analyzing and managing low and medium voltage rail power systems. Using advanced geospatial asset information, eTraX allows for the modeling, simulation, prediction and optimization of rail infrastructure.
Datablock provides smart, customizable templates for convenient graphical presentations of the system information.
ETAP provides a comprehensive, integrated design and analysis solution for electric power systems. This webinar will highlight several study cases to demonstrate the software’s capabilities in LV system modeling for cable capacity, sizing and protection against electric shock as well as reporting and project deliverables.
This webinar introduces the benefits and need of a fast and intelligent load shedding system. ETAP ILS is a model-driven load shedding system with predictive solutions optimization techniques that improves response time and makes fast, optimum, and reliable load shedding decisions, i.e., instantaneous response to disturbances, loss of generation, unplanned outages, and restoration.
ETAP’s data conversion utility provides automatic imports of power system projects created in SKM PTW, EasyPower and PSS/E. This built-in tool makes it easy to convert the one-line diagrams, electrical data, and protective device settings and TCC curves into ETAP.
This webinar demonstrates the latest enhancements to the ETAP Intelligent Load Shedding - ILS™ solution. ILS is a model-driven load preservation system offering proactive load shedding that can dynamically manage the stability of the system by responding faster to disturbances.
This webinar will present the new Short Circuit Analyzer. This time-saving feature compares and filters various short circuit reports in a single display.
Learn about the features and benefits of using Sequence-of-Operation (SQOP) to achieve an accurate and realistic Protective Device (PD) operating time under bolted and arcing fault conditions.
This Webinar presents capabilities of ETAP Switching Sequence Management (SSM) for design, planning, and online operations.
This webinar demonstrates how ETAP can help you optimally utilize limited power generation resources in an islanded or grid-tied microgrid environment.
This webinar will highlight a case study, including lessons learned, for a commercial solar system from photovoltaic modeling to AC & DC time series power flow analysis to power monitoring and real-time predictive simulation.
Learn how to save design time using the Raceway Rulebook to auto-layout cables within duct banks. Find out how to determine the optimal cable sizes, physical attributes, and maximum derated ampacity using Neher-McGrath method and IEC 287 standard.
Compliance requirements of NFPA 70E - 2015 Edition using ETAP 14 Arc Flash Analysis: Compliance with the Latest Standards and Guidelines, New AC and DC Arc Flash Modes, Study Case, and Interface Arc Flash Analyzer Enhancement, New Sequence-of-Operation for IEC Arc Flash, New Enclosure Isolation for Main & Load Protective Devices, New Correction Factors for Arc Current and Incident Energy.
Using ETAP Real-Time 12.5
New Features & Capabilities
The User-defined Dynamic Model (UDM) program is enhanced in the ETAP 16.0 release to allow for a more robust “element-level” and “plant-level” control system simulation. The UDM performance has been optimized for simulation of energy storage devices, wind turbine controls, PV system inverters, and generic machine models.
This webinar covers machine fundamentals such as Conversion of Energy, Steady-State Operation, Motor / Generator, Ratings & Motor Equations, Efficiency & Power Factor vs. % Loading, Motor Feeder Cable and Load Flow Solutions.
Arc flash hazards are obviously an important safety concern in AC power systems, but the hazard is not limited to these systems. Particularly with the growth of PV systems and larger-scale energy storage installations, the need for evaluation of hazard levels in DC systems continues to grow. IEEE 1584 does not presently consider arc flash incident energy calculations in DC systems, but equations that allow for the estimation of DC Arc Flash levels were introduced in the 2012 edition of NFPA 70E, the Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. These DC equations are an adaptation of Lee's theoretical model from the early 1980s, which is based on an assumed arcing fault current (and by extension, arc voltage and resistance) intended to result in maximum power delivered to the arcing fault. While extensive incident energy testing in DC systems still has not been performed and made public, other researchers have conducted investigations into DC arcs over the years, and more recent references have adapted some of those works to incident energy calculations. In the absence of a "definitive" DC arc flash model, ETAP includes three calculation models - the "Maximum Power" method that is used in NFPA 70E, a model based on the Stokes/Oppenlander estimate of arc voltage and resistance, and a model based on Paukert's complication of research into arcing faults.
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