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Power System Simulator

Power World,Students’ evaluation

• Power World Simulator is a highly interactive & user friendly
power system simulation package.
• Simulator consists of a number of integrated products. At its
core is a comprehensive, robust Power Flow Solution engine
capable of efficiently solving systems of up to 100,000 buses.
• Simulator allows the user to visualize the system through the
use of full-color animated one-line diagrams complete with
zooming and panning capability.
• Toolbars and Menus have been replaced with Microsoft's
new Ribbon interface to group related actions together for
fast navigation and selection.
• The base package also contains all the tools necessary to
perform integrated economic dispatch, area transaction
economic analysis, power transfer distribution factor (PTDF)
computation, short circuit analysis, and contingency analysis.

• Simulator runs under Windows 95/98/2000/Me/XP and NT

3.5 and later operating systems.

It has two distinct modes Edit Mode and Run Mode.

The Edit Mode is used to construct new simulation
cases or to modify existing cases, while the Run Mode is
used to perform the actual power system simulation.
You can easily switch between the modes using the Edit
Mode and Run Mode buttons on the Program Toolbar .
Edit Mode
•Create a new case
•Create a new one-line diagram
•Add new components graphically to an existing case
•Modify the appearance of the one-line objects.
•View and modify a case using non-graphical lists displays,
RUN Mode
The Run Mode is used to solve a single Power Flow Solution, run
one of the available load flow tools, or run a time-domain
simulation of the power system. To access the Run Mode, click on
the Run Mode button in the Mode group of the Simulator
Building a One-line Diagram

Creating a new case from scratch

• Enter in the Edit mode by selecting the Edit
Mode button in the Mode ribbon group on
any of the ribbon tabs.
• Inserting display objects: These display
objects consist of both power system devices,
such as buses, generators, and transmission
lines; and that show various system
parameters, provide descriptive text, or
function as a static background.
•Go to Draw ribbon tab and Click on Network tab. A popup menu
will appear which enlists one-line objects such as Bus, Generator,
Transmission line etc.
•Select Bus and Left-click on the location on the display where
you would like to position the object.
•Once the object is placed, Simulator displays a dialog box that
allows you to specify various options for the object. For a Bus, the
bus voltage and its orientation in the one-line diagram can be
Inserting Generator
Place cursor on the bus and press left click
Generator Options dialogue box will open. By default Power and voltage control tab is open.
Specify scheduled MW Power output of the generator. Leave the rest to default values.
To view generator rotor moving in one-line diagram: use onelines –one line options-Display objects
options-General options(all) and then Set change in Gen rotor angle per refresh(degrees).
Inserting Tx. Line

Inserting Bus-2
Right Click bus1 and select AC line
from Network pop up list.,
drag oneline representing Ac line
from bus 1 to o bus-2 and double click
at bus-2.
A Tx. Line will be shown from bus1 to
bus2and and a dialogue box will open.

Insert Tx line parameters in p.u based

on 100 MVA
Calculation of Ybus
To view calculated Ybus
Tools→ Model Explorer →solution Details →Ybus