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subsystem identifiers range from 0 to 11

asked 2021-04-14 17:36:01 -0500

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Can somebody explain how a subsystem is different from 0 to 11? I see this statement 276 times in API but couldn't find what each number means. Also, could you please point me where this information is available in API or other document?

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answered 2021-04-15 10:35:19 -0500

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When defining a bus subsystem with API bsys a subsystem id (SID) between 0 - 11 is selected. This means it is possible to have several subsystem definition at the same time.

In the example below I first define three different subsystems and allocate them to sid 1, 5 and 9 respectively. Thereafter I list the buses in the three different subsystem.

# Area 1 in sid 1:
psspy.bsys(1,0,[ 13.8, 500.],1,[1],0,[],0,[],0,[])
# Area 5 in sid 5:
psspy.bsys(5,0,[ 13.8, 500.],1,[5],0,[],0,[],0,[])
# 230 - 500 kV in sid 9:
psspy.bsys(9,1,[ 230., 500.],0,[],0,[],0,[],0,[])

# List the buses for the three defined subsystems
psspy.list(1,0,2,0)
psspy.list(5,0,2,0)
psspy.list(9,0,2,0)

You can normally use sid = 0 if you are only using one subsystem definition in your script. However, the GUI is using sid=0, so when a script is run inside PSSE and you use sid=0, that definition will be there when the script terminates.

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