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Jan 09, 2017 - 02:35 AM

Hi,

If you have only two sources with a sinlge line or transformer between them you can calculate the angle needed from power flow equations:

If your case is more complex you'll have to solve the power flow outside PSCAD and then copy the magnitudes and angles. Otherwise you can make an initial guess using the above equations and then use trial-and-error to approach an acceptable level of error.

A power-flow solver inside PSCAD would be really helpful....

Hope this helps,

P.

If you have only two sources with a sinlge line or transformer between them you can calculate the angle needed from power flow equations:

If your case is more complex you'll have to solve the power flow outside PSCAD and then copy the magnitudes and angles. Otherwise you can make an initial guess using the above equations and then use trial-and-error to approach an acceptable level of error.

A power-flow solver inside PSCAD would be really helpful....

Hope this helps,

P.

By Hasan on 12/8/2016 10:37:09 PM | Like (0) | Report

Keep in your mind that the transformer make phase shift as well, so there is a phase shift 30 degree when the transformer is connected like delta star.

By Hector85 on 12/8/2016 11:03:50 PM | Like (0) | Report

Hi, thanks for answering, the conexión in the Transformer is Y-Y

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