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Question about user models of Library and of users models in PSSE

asked 2019-03-23 17:31:49 -0500

Juan gravatar image

Hi everybody how are you what is the difference between a library user model in PSSE and a user model written in fortran that leads to a * .ddl file?

Could you give me an example?


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answered 2019-03-24 07:04:05 -0500

jconto gravatar image

A library user model in PSSE does not need to be compiled to be used (no *.dll needed) while and a user model written in fortran has to be compiled to create a * .dll file, to be loaded during a dynamic run. As examples, cmldznu2 or PLBVFU1 (in v.33) are models not part of the standard PSSe library but available to the user without need to compile them.

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answered 2019-03-24 01:24:55 -0500

perolofl gravatar image

A library model is included in the PSSE-package, while a user defined model is added with a .dll file manually after start of PSSE. The Dll-file can also be linked into dsusr.dll which is automatically read into PSSE.

A correctly written User Model behaves as a library model in the GUI, i.e. there is no difference for the PSSE user.

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answered 2019-03-25 03:58:17 -0500

jfconroy gravatar image

One comment I would make is that Siemens PTI will provide assistance with any problems you are having with built-in dynamic models. If you are having some issues with user-defined dynamic models then they are typically a lot less willing to provide assistance.

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