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.txt raw data file to .dyr file

asked 2018-07-22 03:28:10 -0500

saba mannan gravatar image

how to create dynamic model from scratch. I added all the data in .txt file and saved it as .dyr file but the extension was not changed and i was unable to open in PSSE. can anyone guide how to create a .dyr file from scratch.

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answered 2018-07-22 20:26:24 -0500

Cao Huy gravatar image

I have a few steps you might want to follows:

  1. Looking for dynamic models. Each controls has one or more than one dynamic models, for example gorvernor,turbine and exciter for a generator. You can see the block diagram, syntax and typical parameters of built in models in MODELS documents of PSSE. Or you can search in the internet for some available benmark dyr files.
  2. Paste those parameters to a txt file and save as a .dyr file.
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thanks for your reply. i did the same as you told in step 2. I add all the parameters in .text file and save it as .dyr file but i could n't open it in PSSE. the file was unable to open in PSSE even saving it as .dyr extension, the file remains as a text file.

saba mannan gravatar imagesaba mannan ( 2018-07-22 23:39:09 -0500 )edit

Please check your viewing option and make sure that you have save it as a *.dyr file. Sometimes, you don't show extension so that you mistake .dyr.txt file with a genuie dyr file.

Cao Huy gravatar imageCao Huy ( 2018-08-31 03:31:12 -0500 )edit

answered 2018-08-15 19:23:06 -0500

haveityourwa gravatar image

Hey man I think this is a common issue that people face using notepad. You need to select from the save as type dropdown and select all files. Otherwise notepad will make a file like so Setting.dyr.txt (image description)

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