Implementation and utilization of data validation engine for EMTP simulation

TitleImplementation and utilization of data validation engine for EMTP simulation
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsDai, N., M. B. Selak, J. R. Marti, and H. W. Dommel
Secondary AuthorsDawkins, P.
JournalProceedings of the American Power Conference, Vol62
Pagination305–310
Abstract

A data validation engine has been developed for EMTP simulation at the University of British Columbia. This engine consists of two parts: several databases of typical component parameters and a set of algorithms. Based on the physical data supplied by the user, the engine will return a range of typical parameters for the specified situation. This engine plays an important role in two aspects. The first is to help the user obtain correct parameters for power system transient studies. The second is to help the designer of a power system by providing an extensive database of components that can be used to test the effect of using different design components. The engine has at this point been implemented with user-friendly interfaces for the three most important power system components: overhead transmission lines, synchronous machines and power transformers.

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