Python for PSSE help forum - Latest question feedhttp://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/questions/A community for Power Systems Engineers to ask and answer questions about Pythonenwhit loves you. Wed, 29 Nov 2017 01:29:24 -0600I have some questions for dynamic simulationhttp://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/2175/i-have-some-questions-for-dynamic-simulation/Hello Everyone.
I am currently working on some transient simulation involving TCSC.
I am currently searching for appropriate model for TCSC but I couldn't find one.
I am curious if anyone knows how I can change line reactance during dynamic simulation.
Or, is there any model I can use for series capacitor?
Thank you again everyone.newbee123Wed, 28 Jan 2015 03:05:13 -0600http://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/2175/How to find zero impedance branch listshttp://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/3958/how-to-find-zero-impedance-branch-lists/ Dear
I would like to find the zero impdedance branch lists (From bus number, To bus number and ID)
Only for using "psspy.brch_2" ????SongWed, 29 Nov 2017 01:29:24 -0600http://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/3958/How do I read the Impedance Correction Table data?http://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/1957/how-do-i-read-the-impedance-correction-table-data/I am using PSSE version 33.4, and there is a section in the model for Impedance Correction data. I have found the API call IMPEDANCE CORRECTION DATA (with underscores, of course), which can be used to update the table, but at the moment, I cannot find a way to merely *read* said data.
Does such an API call exist?
Thanks.JDRobersWed, 01 Oct 2014 07:08:49 -0500http://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/1957/impedance loadhttp://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/914/impedance-load/Hi! In PSSE, how should I use CONL to convert my constant P-Q loads to constant impedance loads? rukFri, 10 May 2013 08:34:27 -0500http://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/914/Calculate the impedance from one bus to all othershttp://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/813/calculate-the-impedance-from-one-bus-to-all-others/ I've got a concept in my mind of plotting bus voltages for a large network in one graph. For this, I'd like the x-axis to show the electrical distance between buses, and the y-axis to be voltage. A node on the graph would represent a bus voltage at some point. The nodes on the graph would be connected with thin lines to other buses that it is directly connected to in the network. It might be worthwhile only plotting buses above a certain voltage.
The first step is to come up with the x-axis values for each bus. So, if I pick a bus at one far end of the network, these x-axis values should be the resistance between each bus in the network and the selected bus at the end of the network. I was wondering if anyone had a quick way to calculate this. I'm hoping that I don't have to set my bus at the end of the network to the slack bus and run a load flow after adding some load to each node.
Eventually, I'd like to generate an animated graph that shows a system-wide voltage response to a disturbance.
![yjc2qfu.jpg](/psse-help-forum/upfiles/13654766415946261.jpg)Eli PackSun, 07 Apr 2013 20:36:07 -0500http://psspy.org/psse-help-forum/question/813/