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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.
Learn how utility engineers use ETAP’s transmission & distribution system analysis and optimization solutions to optimize capacity planning and improve reliability and safety using schematic or geospatial views. ETAP Grid™ transmission system software integrates transmission network planning with detailed substation models, network topology processing, transmission system analysis, electric SCADA and real-time transmission network energy management system. For integrated distribution network analysis, system planning and operations solution it offers a progressive geospatial platform for simulating, analyzing, operating and optimizing the performance of Utility Smart Grids.
Managing electrical networks is a complicated balancing act between equipment from various vendors, new sources of power, and the increasing need for high-quality power. The digitalization of energy systems is key to providing efficient, reliable, and safe energy. The Electrical Digital Twin represents the physical components of the electrical network. Connected to field devices, the digital twin allows engineers and operators to manage assets throughout the project lifecycle, run what-if scenarios assessing equipment response under specific conditions and analyze & optimize settings and procedures in a safe virtual environment.
ETAP 22 is released and available for download! The Electrical Digital Twin solution helps you design, operate, and automate safe, reliable, resilient, and compliant power systems - even more efficiently & collaboratively than before, on a single platform, facilitating fully integrated lifecycle digitization.
In this webinar, we demonstrated how easy it is to convert to ETAP 22 from various legacy software applications using the most advanced built-in data conversation tool. We also explored many of the new features & capabilities in ETAP 22 and revealed tips and tricks for the best ETAP experience.
ETAP Train Power Simulation - eTraX™ software includes validated, user-friendly and flexible software tools for designing, analyzing and managing AC and DC railway infrastructure. Learn how eTraX integrates with ETAP protection & coordination software (StarZ) to offer insights into line protection, protective relay performance & evaluation, troubleshooting false trips, and system-wide protective device operation.
Learn about ETAP ArcSafety, an all-in-one AC & DC arc flash solution for LV, MV & HV systems that improves safety, reduces risk, minimizes equipment damage, and validates mitigation techniques.
In this video, we demonstrate how to use ETAP’s Lightning Risk Assessment (LRA) module to assess the risk of a lightning strike and the probability of damage. Learn about the LRA calculation methods used in ETAP and how to perform the LRA to comply
with internationals standards NFPA 780-2020, 2014 and IEC 62305-2: 2010. Explore the important reasons behind Lightning Risk Assessment. From lightning as the number one cause of power surges, to preventing damage, fires and other harm to lives
and property, accounting for unpredictable weather patterns and asset protection, as in buildings, power infrastructure, and human lives, ETAP's Lightning Risk Assessment module will calculate the possible risk to humans and
Learn how ETAP DC Arc Flash Analysis software calculates the incident energy for photovoltaic systems, while considering different methods such as Maximum Power, Stokes and Oppenlander, Paukert, DGUV-I-203-077. This presentation shows how ETAP applies the DC arc incident energy models developed in IEEE "Methods for Evaluating DC Arc Incident Energy in Photovoltaic Systems"
Learn how engineers use ETAP Harmonic Analysis software to simulate harmonic current and voltage sources, identify harmonic problems, reduce nuisance trips, design, and test filters, and report harmonic voltage and current distortion limit violations
on balanced or unbalanced systems. Additionally, for transmission and distribution system operators, Harmonic Grid Code automates harmonic analysis for detailed power quality assessment reporting demonstrating the generation facility is designed to
comply with applicable harmonic limits. Study reports include worst-case incremental and total harmonic distortion, frequency-dependent Thevenin Equivalent at PCC, and color-coded impedance loci charts.
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