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Auto One-Line Generation


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Version 1.00.00

October 2008

Auto One-Line Generation

The current way to build, edit, expand and communicate with the program applications is to use Graphics Interface. To find, edit and simulate a small portion of a very large file, one needs the proper tool to look at the portion of the network and perform analysis. EDSA has developed a new powerful function called Auto-One-Line. The Auto-One-Line feature handles projects with drawings (GUI) as well as projects that have been built in text mode. Following are some of the capabilities of Auto One Line: The project can be developed in graphics/GUI or text based The user can view a small part of the project network while considering the entire project database (large project data base). This is not an equivalent network The new function allows user to: open, build, edit and communicate with the project in text based or using the GUI No need to open large drawings with extensive information, which may not be needed The user has the opportunity to select a bus, called Neighborhood, and ask the program to draw one or several adjacent level buses or draw the entire network

Example: Open a given project that is in text mode IEEE39-1. By using the program Text Editor the user has the opportunity to investigate the project database, make any changes or add new network components to the existing project database.

Project data displayed in text mode

There are two options to view a particular part of the project network: Launch any Paladin DesignBase application within the project text environment Ask the program to automatically draw the part of the network which is under the study

Using the second option, the user can select any Bus as a Neighborhood bus and with respect to this bus instruct the program to consider one or several buses away from the Neighborhood bus for automatic drawing. In this example we consider the bus T10SEC as a Neighborhood bus:

The user can Edit, Add, Copy or Delete network components. To generate the drawing of the network part that is of interest, enter 1 in the Number of Levels to Include as shown in the figure capture above.

The program automatically considers all the network components that are one level away with respect to the Neighborhood bus T10SEC. The user can select either IEC or ANSI symbols and the page size, as shown below. In this example, the ANSI symbol is selected:

The Page size selected is ANSI B:

The network drawing is automatically generated by the program based on the project database. Notice that bus T10SEC is the Neighborhood bus and only the components one level away from this bus are displayed:

7 buses out of 77 total buses

Further, the user can launch Power Flow, Short Circuit, etc., and instruct the program to display the results either onto the drawing or as Text Output Results.

Power Flow results map displayed on the network drawing (7 buses out of 77 buses)

Fault map of the network under study Fault at T10SEC bus cycle and fault branch contribution