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Capacitor turn on and turn off switching study

asked 2021-02-02 21:03:42 -0500

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I am using the command line interface before creating a script to perform this function. This is not dynamics. I don't even have a license for the dynamic module. I am trying to use the CHNG to turn on or off the switched capacitor. It wouldn't see the element. I then added a bus and a zero impedance connection so I could use the CHNG to disconnect the bus. Anyone have examples of this type of t+ / t- study or a script that modifies switched shunts?

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answered 2021-02-13 18:20:39 -0500

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Yes. But my version does not recognize my Switched Shunt Capacitor in the CHNG dialog. I have to create a separate bus and zero impedance line to perform the switching.

Thanks for the input. Anyone else doing switching studies using TYSL and not Dynamics?

Thanks!

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Which version are you using?

perolofl gravatar imageperolofl ( 2021-02-14 01:21:38 -0500 )edit

35.0 .

dbrownkamo2 gravatar imagedbrownkamo2 ( 2021-02-19 09:30:39 -0500 )edit
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answered 2021-02-05 03:30:54 -0500

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Are you using code 20 to change fixed bus shunt data? See example below:

 ACTIVITY? chng

 ENTER CHANGE CODE:
  0 = EXIT ACTIVITY                 1 = BUS DATA
  2 = GENERATOR DATA                3 = BRANCH DATA
  4 = 2 WINDING TRANSFORMER DATA    5 = AREA INTERCHANGE DATA
  6 = TWO-TERMINAL DC LINE DATA     7 = SOLUTION PARAMETERS
  8 = CASE HEADING                  9 = SWITCHED SHUNT DATA
 10 = IMPEDANCE CORRECTION TABLES  11 = MULTI-TERMINAL DC DATA
 12 = ZONE NAMES                   13 = INTER-AREA TRANSFER DATA
 14 = OWNER NAMES                  15 = MACHINE OWNERSHIP DATA
 16 = BRANCH OWNERSHIP DATA        17 = FACTS CONTROL DEVICE DATA
 18 = 3 WINDING TRANSFORMER DATA   19 = VSC DC LINE DATA
 20 = FIXED BUS SHUNT DATA         21 = INDUCTION MACHINE DATA: 20
 ENTER BUS NUMBER (0 FOR NEW CHANGE CODE, -1 TO EXIT): 151
 ENTER SHUNT ID (CARRIAGE RETURN FOR NEXT SHUNT, -1 FOR NEXT BUS):

 DATA FOR SHUNT 1  AT BUS    151 [NUCPANT     500.00]:
 STATUS  SHUNTG   SHUNTB
 OLD  1     0.00  -600.00 CHANGE IT? : 1
 ENTER STATUS, SHUNTG, SHUNTB
 0

 Power flow data changed for fixed shunt "1" at bus 151 [NUCPANT     500.00]:
 X--ORIGINAL--X  X-NEW VALUE--X  DATA ITEM
          1               0      STATUS
 ENTER SHUNT ID (CARRIAGE RETURN FOR NEXT SHUNT, -1 FOR NEXT BUS): -1
 ENTER BUS NUMBER (0 FOR NEW CHANGE CODE, -1 TO EXIT): -1

 ACTIVITY?
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Unfortunately, the program does not see my Switched Shunt on the bus. I tried 9 and 20.

dbrownkamo2 gravatar imagedbrownkamo2 ( 2021-02-19 09:30:01 -0500 )edit

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