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The Use of EMTP-RV by a Transmission System Operator (TSO)

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The Use of EMTP-RV by a Transmission System Operator (TSO)
Powersys has discussed EMTP-RV with Mr. Sébastien Dennetière, engineer at French transmission system operator RTE (Réseau de transport d’Electricité).
 

Q1 : What is the mission of your department?
A1 : Perform EMT studies for installation of new equipment, analysis of events on the transmission grid and preparation of maintenance activities.

 

Q2 : What was the EMTP-RV impact on your work?
A2 : It has a major impact on our work, 6 study engineers are working full time with EMTP-RV, in addition to various other R&D projects related to EMTP.

 

Q3 : Can you describe a specific project in which EMTP-RV had a key contribution on study time and accuracy of results?
A3 : EMTP studies helped us to evaluate solutions for limiting transient switching overvoltages for long shunt compensated EHV cables. Simulations results have been successfully compared to site measurements.

Extensive EMTP simulations were used to adjust controller settings and limit inrush currents. Simulations have been validated against field measurements. Parametric simulations have been performed with EMTP to analyze thousands of cases.

 

EMTP Studies performed to insert Long AC Cables in the French Grid

EMTP-RV Users Group Meeting

 

We are pleased to announce the EMTP-RV 2015 Users Group Meeting in New Orleans July 10, 2015, Louisiana - USA
You are invited to join the EMTP-RV community for sharing your experience with software, presenting and exchanging about Electromagnetic Transients in Power Systems and learning on the contents od upcoming versions. It is also a unique opportunity for meeting other users and exchanging with software developers.

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EMTP-RV Free Webinars

» EMTP-RV Webinars and Videos
Discover all our Webinars and Videos on the EMTP-RV channel.
You will discover our webinar dedicated to Capacitor Bank Switching, another one dedicated to the analysis of Transient Recovery Voltage and much more.


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