- User-Defined Dynamic Models Software



The ETAP User-Defined Dynamic Models software can be used to build complex machine control diagrams via a graphical editor, customizable block libraries, and solvers for modeling and simulating dynamic systems. Build control block diagrams needed to simulate the behavior of machines in Transient Stability and Generator Start-Up simulations. The User-Defined Dynamic Models provide independent self-testing via load rejection, load acceptance, and terminal bus faults for validation of models and their dynamic behavior.

Users are able to create dynamic models without the need to buy additional MATLAB Simulink® software. The software consists of Graphical Logic Editor (GLE) that can build control transfer function block diagrams. The User-Defined Dynamic Models software also includes a detailed compiler with comprehensive initialization routines that utilizes control block diagrams to simulate dynamic responses to power system disturbances through the Transient Stability software.

  • Graphical Logical Editor
  • Drag and drop interface for building custom control block diagrams
  • Integrated with transient stability models
  • Wide variety of blocks for building models
  • Library of pre-defined UDM models to create complex models
  • Customize existing UDM models
  • Compile & test directly from the UDM builder
  • Dynamic Model Compiler
  • Real-Time compiling & linking of models
  • Control element toolbars including transfer blocks, input ports, output ports, etc.
  • Automatic UDM links to components
  • Create & edit models for Exciter, Governor, Power System Stabilizer & Lumped Load
  • Various model testing methods such as Load Acceptance, Load Rejection and Fault

  • Automatic Voltage Regulators (AVR)
  • Power System Stabilizers (PSS)
  • Generator Exciters
  • Turbines / Engines
  • Speed Governors / Controllers
  • Static and Dynamic Shunt Models
  • Wind Turbine Generator
  • Photovoltaic Array

  • Transient stability
  • Generator start-up
  • Motor acceleration
  • Synchronous motor startup
  • Frequency-dependent models
  • Bus voltage support mode

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