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How can I directly control in RMS simulation the active (P) and reactive (Q) power of a single phase (1-phase) Static Generator (ElmGenstat)?

The attached example provides a simple network where one single phase static generator (converter) is directly being controlled via DSL to set the output active and reactive power (constant power…

How can I directly control in RMS simulation the active (P) and reactive (Q) power of a three phase (3-phase) Static Generator (ElmGenstat)?

The attached example provides a simple network where one three phase static generator (converter) is directly being controlled via DSL to set the output active and reactive power (constant power…

Why do I see no changes during iterative execution of a DPL script?

A DPL script can execute a huge number of calculations in a loop. This can be used to analyse sensitivity to element or type parameters on load flow, short circuit or other calculation. This iterative…
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How to add constant to Plot via Scripting?

To add a constant value to a plot you will have to define a new object of the class VisXvalue inside of the plot object and to fill all needed parameters. For example via: Xline =…
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Is there a time line for variations?

There is no build in function to jump from one activation time of an expansion stage (of an active variation) to another. But it can be done by a script. There are two scripts (the only difference is…

How to create plot from a vector?

To be able to create a plot from values that are saved inside a vector object (VisVec) you first need to define and fill a result file (ElmRes) with values from a vector of interest. The easiest way…
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How to plot the values of a variable used in a script?

In order to plot values of a variable that was used in a DPL or Python script you first need to save the variable's values into a result file (ElmRes). For this define a result parameter on the…
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How do you model harmonic injection with Thevenin or Norton equivalents?

The Thevenin and Norton equivalents are characterized by their open-circuit voltage and short circuit current. The inner voltage source of the Thevenin equivalent equals the open circuit voltage,…

Do you have an EMT example where the voltage is ramped up using a voltage source?

An example is attached, where the Voltage source is controlled via a DSL block. A number of parameters are available in order to customize the ramp:   - TStart : Time to start ramp in s- TEnd :…