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Retrieving Dynamic Generator Outputs

asked 2015-08-07 14:52:21 -0500

Jacde gravatar image

Does anyone know of a way to retrieve the generator power (real and reactive) outputs during dynamics in PSSE 32?

I have tried the macdat and macdt2 API's, and it seems like these are only for power flow values as they always produce the same results no matter the dynamic event.

I also know of the chval API method where I make gen power a channel value. Unfortunately, this is not really an option for me as I am trying to make a generic function for every machine in my model and this would require me adding thousands of channel values extra as this is a relatively large model.

I can't seem to find anything else in the API manual for this.


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Carter, thanks for the suggestion. Unfortunately chsb adds the real/reactive powers to the output channel file. I would like to avoid doing this for reasons stated above.

Jacde gravatar imageJacde ( 2015-08-17 20:32:38 -0500 )edit

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answered 2015-08-12 11:09:52 -0500

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updated 2015-09-22 15:31:26 -0500

Hey Jacde,

I believe you can use the chsb API, it allows you to track a large amount of variables during dynamic simulations. An example to keep track of real and reactive power using chsb is shown below:

psspy.chsb(0,1,[-1,-1,-1,1,2,0]) #Keep track of real power psspy.chsb(0,1,[-1,-1,-1,1,3,0]) #Keep track of reactive power

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answered 2018-11-27 00:40:41 -0500

I just remember that there is MVAR that shows minimum and maximum reactive output power that the generator can output. I have no idea if there is informaton about retrieve output.

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Out of topics!!!

perolofl gravatar imageperolofl ( 2018-11-27 02:29:59 -0500 )edit

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