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Do anyone know how to use DCLF in psse?

asked 2018-11-28 10:37:16 -0500

Karthik gravatar image

Trying ACLF using python API to find thermal issues is slower. I am trying to use DCLF to find thermal issues but when I run DCLF, I am seeing all NaN values. Can anyone help me with this issue? Thank you

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answered 2019-01-04 10:35:32 -0500

Way2cool gravatar image

updated 2019-01-04 10:36:01 -0500

Run Power Flow solution as is:

  1. Lock transformer taps
  2. Lock any reactive shunts (specifically capacitor switching)

Remember : DC load flow is a linear load flow to test for thermal overloads (Rate A, B and C)

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answered 2018-12-21 18:59:55 -0500

Karthik gravatar image

I want to open and close particular line and calculate the impact on the other line. Currently, I am running AC solution every time transmission line is opened and closed. I thought if I can use DCLF, it would be a lot faster. When I tried to use DCLF, it worked on some cases but I am seeing NaN's with other cases. I am not sure, what I am missing here. Even if run DCLF successfully, how can I read data using python API? Thank you for your help.

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This means that the dclf blows up while making the assumptions going from ac solution to the DC solution. Check your ac solution and see if you get a correctly solved case. See if there any mismatches.

txc gravatar imagetxc ( 2018-12-22 18:15:09 -0500 )edit

answered 2018-11-30 18:46:39 -0500

txc gravatar image

NaN is a PSS/E way of telling the user that the output is junk or Not a Number. Could you elaborate what you are exactly trying to accomplish

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