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Radial Distribution Test Feeders

Distribution System Analysis Subcommittee Report


Abstract: Many computer programs are available for
the analysis of radial distribution feeders. In 1992 a
paper was published [1] that presented the complete
data for three four-wire wye and one three-wire delta
radial distribution test feeders.
The purpose of
publishing the data was to make available a common
set of data that could be used by program developers
and users to verify the correctness of their solutions.
This paper presents an updated version of the same test
feeders along with a simple system that can be used to
test three-phase transformer models.
Keywords: distribution system analysis, test systems,
computer programs, transformer models
I. Introduction
In recent years many digital computer programs have been
developed for the analysis of unbalanced three-phase radial
distribution feeders. The programs use a wide variety of
iterative techniques and range from very simple with many
simplifying assumptions made for line and load models to
very sophisticated with little if any simplifying
assumptions. With so many different programs available
there is a need for benchmark test feeders so that the
results of various programs can be compared.
This paper presents the complete data for three four-wire
wye, one three-wire delta test feeders and a simple feeder
for testing three-phase transformer models. Only the data
for the 13 node test feeder will be presented in this paper.
The complete data and solutions for all of the test feeders
can
be
downloaded
from
the
Internet
at
http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/pes/dsacom/testfeeders.html.
_______________________________________________
The systems described in this paper were approved by the Distribution
Systems Analysis Subcommittee during the 2000 PES Summer Meeting.
The paper was written by W. H. Kersting, Professor of Electrical
Engineering at New Mexico State University.

II. Basic Data


The following data will be common for all systems:
Load Models:
Loads can be connected at a node (spot load) or assumed
to be uniformly distributed along a line section (distributed
load). Loads can be three-phase (balanced or unbalanced)
or single-phase. Three-phase loads can be connected in
wye or delta while single-phase loads can be connected
line-to-ground or line-to-line. All loads can be modeled
as constant kW and kVAr (PQ), constant impedance (Z) or
constant current (I).
Table 1 lists the codes that will be used to describe the
various loads.
Table 1
Load Model Codes
Code
Y-PQ
Y-I
Y-Z
D-PQ
D-I
D-Z

Connection
Wye
Wye
Wye
Delta
Delta
Delta

Model
Constant kW and kVAr
Constant Current
Constant Impedance
Constant kW and kVAr
Constant Current
Constant Impedance

Single-phase loads connected line-to-line will be assigned


delta connection codes regardless of whether the feeder is
a four-wire wye or three-wire delta.
All of the load data will be specified in kW and kVAr or
kW and power factor per phase. For constant current and
constant impedance loads the kW and kVAr should be
converted by assuming rated voltage (1.0 per-unit). For
wye connected loads, phases 1, 2 and 3 will be connected
a-g, b-g and c-g respectively and delta connected loads
will be connected a-b, b-c and c-a respectively. Only nonzero loads will be given in the various feeder load tables.
All other loads are assumed to be zero.
Shunt Capacitors:
Shunt capacitor banks may be three-phase wye or delta
connected and single-phase connected line-to-ground or
line-to-line. The capacitors are modeled as constant
susceptance and specified at nameplate rated kVAr.

Overhead Spacing Models:


The spacing ID numbers and type for overhead lines are
summarized in Table 2.
Table 2
Overhead Line Spacings

# 1/0
#2
#2
#4
# 10
# 12
# 14

AA
AA
ACSR
ACSR
CU
CU
CU

0.970
1.54
1.69
2.55
5.903
9.375
14.872

0.368
0.292
0.316
0.257
0.102
0.081
0.064

0.0111
0.00883
0.00418
0.00452
0.00331
0.00262
0.00208

310
156
180
140
80
75
20

Underground Spacing Models:


Spacing ID
500
505
510

Type
Three-Phase, 4 wire
Two-Phase, 3 wire
Single-Phase, 2 wire

The spacing ID numbers and type for underground lines


are summarized in Table 4.
Table 4
Underground Line Spacings

Figure 1 shows the spacing distances between the phase


conductors and the neutral conductor for Spacing ID
numbers used for the overhead lines.
2.5

4.5

Spacing ID
515
520

7.0

4.0

0.5

5.0

4.0

24.0

Figure 2 shows the spacing distances between cables for


underground lines:
6"

0.5

0.5

Type
Three-Phase, 3 Cable
Single-Phase, 2 Cable

6"

1"

24.0

24.0

ID - 515

ID - 520

Figure 2 Underground Line Spacings


ID-500

ID-505

Cable Data:

ID-510

Table 5 lists the characteristics of the various concentric


neutral cables [4] that are used in the test feeders. The
column numbers correspond to:

Figure 1 Overhead Line Spacings


Conductor Data
Table 3 lists the characteristics of the various conductors
that are used for the overhead configurations in the test
feeders[2,3 ]. The columns correspond to:
1 Conductor size in AWG or kcmil
2 Type of conductor
AA = All Aluminum
ACSR = Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced
CU = Copper
3 60 Hz resistance at 50 degrees C (ohms/mile)
4 Conductor outside diameter (inches)
5 Geometric Mean Radius (ft.)
6 Ampacity at 50 degrees C (amps)
Table 3
Conductor Data
1
1,000
556.5
500
336.4
250
# 4/0
# 2/0
# 1/0

2
AA
ACSR
AA
ACSR
AA
ACSR
AA
ACSR

3
0.105
0.1859
0.206
0.306
0.410
0.592
0.769
1.12

4
1.15
0.927
0.813
0.721
0.567
0.563
0.414
0.398

5
0.0368
0.0313
0.026
0.0244
0.0171
0.00814
0.0125
0.00446

6
698
730
483
530
329
340
230
230

1 Conductor size in AWG or kcmil


2 Diameter over insulation (inches)
3 Diameter over screen (inches)
4 Outside diameter (inches)
5 Copper 1/3 neutral (No. x AWG)
6 Ampacity in 4 inch duct
Table 5
Concentric Neutral 15 kV All Aluminum (AA) Cable
1
2(7x)
1/0(19x)
2/0(19x)
250(37x)
500(37x)
1000(61x)

2
0.78
0.85
0.90
1.06
1.29
1.64

3
0.85
0.93
0.97
1.16
1.39
1.77

4
0.98
1.06
1.10
1.29
1.56
1.98

5
6 x 14
6 x 14
7 x 14
13 x 14
16 x 12
20 x 10

6
135
175
200
260
385
550

Table 6 lists the characteristics of a tape shielded


conductor used in the test feeders. The column numbers
correspond to:
1 Conductor size in AWG
2 Diameter over insulation (inches)
3 Diameter over the shield
4 Jacket thickness (mils)

5 Outside diameter (inches)


6 Ampacity in 4 inch duct (amps)
Table 6
Tape Shielded 15 kV All Aluminum (AA) Cable
Tape Thickness = 5 mils
1
1/0

2
0.82

3
0.88

4
80

5
1.06

6
165

Configuration Codes:
Each test feeder will have a table of Configuration
Codes. The configuration code is a unique number
assigned to describe the spacing model (Tables 2 and 4),
the phasing (left to right) and the phase and neutral
conductors used.
Line Segment Data:
Each test feeder will have a table of Line Segment Data.
The data will consist of the node terminations of each line
segment (Node A and Node B), the length of the line
segment and a configuration code ( Config.). There is no
significance in the order in which the data appears or
whether node A or node B is closer to the source.
Voltage Regulators:
Voltage regulators are assumed to be step-type and can
be connected in the substation and/or to a specified line
segment. The regulators can be three-phase or singlephase.
Tap positions will be determined by the
compensator circuit settings described by:
1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

Voltage Level desired voltage (on a 120 volt base)


to be held at the regulating point.
Bandwidth the voltage level tolerance usually
assumed to be 2 volts.
Compensator resistance (R) and reactance (X)
settings the equivalent resistance and reactance
between the regulator and the regulating point
calibrated in volts.
PT Ratio turns ratio of the potential transformer
feeding the compensator circuit.
CT Rating the current rating on the primary of the
current transformer feeding the compensator circuit.

2.

3.

4.

5.

used in the feeder. The impedance matrix assumes a


resistivity of 100 Ohm-meters and the admittance
matrix assumes a relative permittivity of 2.3.
Radial Flow Summary a summary of the system
input, total load, total losses and total shunt capacitors
by phase and total three-phase.
Voltage Profile voltage magnitudes and angles by
phase at each node. Voltage magnitudes are given in
per-unit.
Voltage Regulator Data for each regulator in the
system a summary of the settings and the final tap
settings.
Radial Power Flow complete node data including
line flows in amps and degrees by phase. Line power
losses by phase and total three-phase are also given.

The IEEE 13 Node Test Feeder


This feeder is very small and yet displays some very
interesting characteristics.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Short and relatively highly loaded for a 4.16 kV feeder


One substation voltage regulator consisting of three
single-phase units connected in wye
Overhead and underground lines with variety of
phasing
Shunt capacitor banks
In-line transformer
Unbalanced spot and distributed loads

For a small feeder this will provide a good test for the most
common features of distribution analysis software.
The complete data for this system is given below to
illustrate the form of the data for all of the test feeders.
One Line Diagram
650

646

645

611

684

632

671

633

634

675

692

III. The Test Feeders


The data for the feeders is so extensive that only the data
for the 13 node feeder will be given in this paper. Data for
all of the test feeders can be downloaded from:
http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/pes/dsacom/testfeeders.html.
The data is in a spreadsheet format. In addition to the data
a solution for each of the feeders can be downloaded. The
solution consists of:
1. Listing of the per mile phase impedance and
admittance matrices for each of the configurations

652

680

Underground Line Configuration Data:


Config. Phasing
606
607

Cable

A B C N 250,000 AA, CN
AN

1/0 AA, TS

Neutral
None

Space
ID
515

1/0 Cu

520

Overhead Line Configuration Data:


Config. Phasing

Transformer Data:

Phase

Neutral

Spacing

ACSR

ACSR

ID

601

BACN

556,500 26/7

4/0 6/1

500

602

CABN

4/0 6/1

4/0 6/1

500

603

CBN

1/0

1/0

505

604

ACN

1/0

1/0

505

605

CN

1/0

1/0

510

Node B

Length(ft.)

Config.

632

645

500

603

632

633

500

602

633

634

XFM-1

645

646

300

603

650

632

2000

601

684

652

800

607

632

671

2000

601

671

684

300

604

671

680

1000

601

671

692

Switch

684

611

300

605

692

675

500

606

XFM -1

Ph-B

Ph-C

kVAr

kVAr

kVAr

200

200

200

200

200

611
Total

Node

Line Segment:

650 - 632

Location:

650

Phases:

A - B -C

Connection:

3-Ph,LG

0.48 Gr.W

1.1

Ph-1

Ph-1

Ph-2

Ph-2

Ph-3

Ph-3

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

634

Y-PQ

160

110

120

90

120

90

645

Y-PQ

170

125

646

D-Z

230

132

652

Y-Z

128

86

671

D-PQ

385

220

385

220

385

220

675

Y-PQ

485

190

68

60

290

212

692

D-I

170

151

632

Y-I

170

80

TOTAL

1158

606

973

627

1135

753

671

Load

Ph-1 Ph-1 Ph-2 Ph-2 Ph-3 Ph-3

Model

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

Y-PQ

17

10

66

38

117

68

The IEEE 123 node test feeder operates at a nominal


voltage of 4.16 kV. While this is not a popular voltage
level it does provide voltage drop problems that must be
solved with the application of voltage regulators and shunt
capacitors. For programs that can allocate load, this will
be a good test feeder to use. There are enough switches in
the feeder so that optimal configuration procedures can
be tested.
This is the most comprehensive feeder and is characterized
by:
1.
2.

A-B-C
2.0 volts
20

Primary CT Rating:

700

Compensator Settings:

Ph-A

Ph-B

Ph-C

R - Setting:

X - Setting:

122

122

122

Volltage Level:

4.16 Gr.W

Load

Node A Node B

300

Regulator ID:

PT Ratio:

500

Distributed Load Data:

Regulator Data:

Bandwidth:

4.16 Gr. Y

Model

611

100

Monitoring Phase:

115 - D

R- X-%
%
1
8

IEEE 123 Node Test Feeder

Ph-A

675

kV-low

Spot Load Data:

Capacitor Data:
Node

kV-high

Substation: 5,000

Line Segment Data:


Node A

kVA

3.
4.
5.
6.

Overhead and underground line segments with various


phasing.
Unbalanced loading with all combinations of load
types (PQ, constant I, constant Z)
All loads are spot loads located at a node
Four step-type voltage regulators
Shunt capacitor banks
Switching to provide alternate paths of power-flow

This feeder is well behaved and does not have a


convergence problem. It provides a test of the modeling of
the phasing of the lines. The four voltage regulators
provide a good test to assure that the changing of

individual regulator taps is coordinated with the other


regulators.
The IEEE 34 Node Test Feeder
This feeder is an actual feeder located in Arizona. The
feeders nominal voltage is 24.9 kV. It is characterized by:
1.
2.
3.
4.

5.

Very long and lightly loaded


Two in-line regulators required to maintain a good
voltage profile
An in-line transformer reducing the voltage to 4.16 kV
for a short section of the feeder
Unbalanced loading with both spot and
distributed loads. Distributed loads are assumed to
be connected at the center of the line segment
Shunt capacitors

Because of the length of the feeder and the unbalanced


loading it can have a convergence problem.
The IEEE 37 Node Test Feeder

Test results for this feeder include the following


transformer connections for step-down and step-up
operations and for balanced and unbalanced loading.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

IV. Summary
Data for five different test feeders has been developed.
Data appearing in this paper are common to all of the
feeders. The total data for the 13 node test feeder is
included to illustrate the form of the data for the other test
feeders. The data and one-line diagrams for the other test
feeders are too extensive to be included in the paper. The
data for all five test feeders are in spreadsheet format and
can be downloaded from the Web at:

This feeder is an actual feeder located in California. The


characteristics of the feeder are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Three-wire delta operating at a nominal voltage of


4.8 kV
All line segments are underground
Substation voltage regulator consisting of two singlephase units connected in open delta
All loads are spot loads and consist of constant PQ,
constant current and constant impedance
The loading is very unbalanced

Although there are very few three-wire delta systems in


use, there is a need to test software to assure that it can
handle this type of feeder.

http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/pes/dsacom/testfeeders.html
The test feeders have been studied using the Radial
Distribution Analysis Package of WH Power Consultants,
Las Cruces, New Mexico and/or Windmil developed by
Milsoft Integrated Solutions, Abilene, Texas. The results
of these tests are included with the data for each feeder.
Software developers are encouraged to test their software
using these test feeders and to publish the results. The
hope is that in time there will be agreement on the results
in the same way that there is agreement on the various test
systems used by network power-flow programs.
V. References:

The IEEE Four Node Test Feeder

1.

This feeder was not part of the original set of test systems
published in 1992. The primary purpose of this test feeder
is to provide a simple system for the testing of all possible
three-phase transformer connections. Characteristics of
the feeder are:

2.

3.
1.
2.

3.

4.

Two line segments with a three-phase transformer


bank connected between the two segments
Data is specified for closed three-phase transformer
connections and for two transformer open
connections
Transformer data is specified for step-up and stepdown testing. The primary voltage is always 12.47
kV while the secondary voltage can be either 4.16 kV
or 24.9 kV.
Data is specified for balanced and unbalanced loading
at the most remote node

Grounded Wye Grounded Wye


Grounded Wye Delta
Ungrounded Wye Delta
Delta Grounded Wye
Delta Delta
Open Wye Open Delta

4.

IEEE Distribution Planning Working Group Report,


Radial distribution test feeders, IEEE Transactioins
on Power Systems,, August 1991, Volume 6, Number
3, pp 975-985.
J.D. Glover and M. Sarma, Power system analysis
and design, 2nd Edition, PWS Publishing Company,
Boston, MA, 1994.
Overhead conductor manual, Southwire Company,
Carrollton, GA, 1994.
Product data, Section 2, Sheets 10 and 30., The
Okonite Company, www.okonite.com

IEEE POWER ENGINEERING SOCIETY


Power System Analysis, Computing and Economics Committee

Subcommittee Chairs
Computer & Analytical Methods
EDWIN LIU, Chair
Nexant, Inc.
101, 2nd street, 11F
San Francisco CA 94105
Vox: 415-369-1088
Fax: 415-369-0894
exliu@nexant.com
Distribution Systems Analysis
SANDOVAL CARNEIRO, JR, Chair
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Federal Univ. of Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
Vox: 55-21-25628025
Fax: 55-21-25628628
sandoval@coep.ufrj.br
Intelligent System Applications
DAGMAR NIEBUR, Chair
Department of ECE
Drexel University
3141 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Vox: (215) 895 6749
Fax: (215) 895 1695
niebur@cbis.ece.drexel.edu
Reliability, Risk & Probability
Applications
JAMES D. MCCALLEY, Chair
Iowa State University
Room 2210 Coover Hall
Ames, Iowa 50011
Vox: 515-294-4844
Fax: 515-294-4263
jdm@iastate.edu

Chair
MARTIN L. BAUGHMAN
Professor Emeritus
The University of Texas at Austin
5703 Painted Valley Drive
Austin, TX 78759
Vox: 512-345-8255
Fax: 512-345-9880
baughman@mail.utexas.edu

Vice Chair
CHEN-CHING LIU
Dept. of Electrical Eng.
University of Washington
Box 352500
Seattle, WA 98195
Vox: 206-543-2198
Fax: 206-543-3842
liu@ee.washington.edu

Secretary
ROGER C. DUGAN
Sr. Consultant
Electrotek Concepts, Inc.
408 N Cedar Bluff Rd
Knoxville, TN 37923
Vox: 865-470-9222
Fax: 865-470-9223
r.dugan@ieee.org

Distribution System Analysis Subcommittee

IEEE 13 Node Test


Feeder

Systems Economics
ROSS BALDICK, Chair
ECE Dept. , ENS 502
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78712
Vox: 512-471-5879
Fax: 512-471-5532
baldick@ece.utexas.edu
Past Chair
JOANN V. STARON
Nexant Inc/ PCA
1921 S. Alma School Road
Suite 207
Mesa, AZ 85210
Vox: 480-345-7600
Fax: 480-345-7601
joann.staron@pca-corp.com

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

IEEE 13 Node Test Feeder

650

646

645

611

684

652

632

671

633

692

634

675

680

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Overhead Line Configuration Data:


Config. Phasing

Phase

Neutral

Spacing

ACSR

ACSR

ID

601

BACN

556,500 26/7

4/0 6/1

500

602

CABN

4/0 6/1

4/0 6/1

500

603

CBN

1/0

1/0

505

604

ACN

1/0

1/0

505

605

CN

1/0

1/0

510

Underground Line Configuration Data:


Config. Phasing
606

Cable

Neutral

A B C N 250,000 AA, CN

607

AN

1/0 AA, TS

None

Space
ID
515

1/0 Cu

520

Line Segment Data:


Node A

Node B

Length(ft.)

Config.

632

645

500

603

632

633

500

602

633

634

XFM-1

645

646

300

603

650

632

2000

601

684

652

800

607

632

671

2000

601

671

684

300

604

671

680

1000

601

671

692

Switch

684

611

300

605

692

675

500

606

Transformer Data:
kVA
Substation: 5,000
XFM -1

500

kV-high

kV-low

115 - D

4.16 Gr. Y

4.16 Gr.W

0.48 Gr.W

R- X-%
%
1
8
1.1

Capacitor Data:
Node
675

Ph-A

Ph-B

Ph-C

kVAr

kVAr

kVAr

200

200

200

611
Total

100
200

200

300

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Regulator Data:
Regulator ID:

Line Segment:

650 - 632

Location:

50

Phases:

A - B -C

Connection:

3-Ph,LG

Monitoring Phase:

A-B-C

Bandwidth:

2.0 volts

PT Ratio:

20

Primary CT Rating:

700

Compensator Settings:

Ph-A

Ph-B

Ph-C

R - Setting:
X - Setting:
Volltage Level:

122

122

122

Spot Load Data:


Node

Load

Ph-1

Ph-1

Ph-2

Ph-2

Ph-3

Ph-3

Model

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

634

Y-PQ

160

110

120

90

120

90

645

Y-PQ

170

125

646

D-Z

230

132

652

Y-Z

128

86

671

D-PQ

385

220

385

220

385

220

675

Y-PQ

485

190

68

60

290

212

692

D-I

170

151

611

Y-I

170

80

TOTAL

1158

606

973

627

1135

753

Distributed Load Data:


Node A Node B
632

671

Load

Ph-1 Ph-1 Ph-2 Ph-2 Ph-3 Ph-3

Model

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

Y-PQ

17

10

66

38

117

68

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IEEE 13 NODE TEST FEEDER


Impedances
Configuration 601:

0.3465

Z (R +jX) in ohms per mile


1.0179
0.1560 0.5017
0.1580
0.3375 1.0478
0.1535
0.3414
B in micro Siemens per mile
6.2998
-1.9958
-1.2595
5.9597
-0.7417
5.6386

0.4236
0.3849
1.0348

Configuration 602:
0.7526

Z (R +jX) in ohms per mile


1.1814
0.1580 0.4236
0.1560
0.7475 1.1983
0.1535
0.7436
B in micro Siemens per mile
5.6990
-1.0817
-1.6905
5.1795
-0.6588
5.4246

0.5017
0.3849
1.2112

Configuration 603:
0.0000

Z (R +jX) in ohms per mile


0.0000
0.0000 0.0000
0.0000
1.3294 1.3471
0.2066
1.3238
B in micro Siemens per mile
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
4.7097
-0.8999
4.6658

0.0000
0.4591
1.3569

Configuration 604:
1.3238

Z (R +jX) in ohms per mile


1.3569
0.0000 0.0000
0.2066
0.0000 0.0000
0.0000
1.3294
B in micro Siemens per mile
4.6658
0.0000
-0.8999
0.0000
0.0000
4.7097

0.4591
0.0000
1.3471

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Configuration 605:
0.0000

Z (R +jX) in ohms per mile


0.0000
0.0000 0.0000
0.0000
0.0000 0.0000
0.0000
1.3292
B in micro Siemens per mile
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
4.5193

0.0000
0.0000
1.3475

Configuration 606:
0.7982

Z (R +jX) in ohms per mile


0.4463
0.3192 0.0328
0.2849 -0.0143
0.7891 0.4041
0.3192 0.0328
0.7982 0.4463
B in micro Siemens per mile
96.8897
0.0000
0.0000
96.8897
0.0000
96.8897

Configuration 607:
1.3425

Z (R +jX) in ohms per mile


0.5124
0.0000 0.0000
0.0000
0.0000 0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
B in micro Siemens per mile
88.9912
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000

0.0000
0.0000
0.0000

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- R A D I A L F L O W S U M M A R Y - DATE: 6-24-2004 AT 15:33: 2 HOURS --SUBSTATION: IEEE 13;


FEEDER: IEEE 13
------------------------------------------------------------------------------SYSTEM
PHASE
PHASE
PHASE
TOTAL
INPUT -------(A)-------|-------(B)-------|-------(C)-------|-----------------kW
:
1251.398
|
977.332
|
1348.461
|
3577.191
kVAr :
681.570
|
373.418
|
669.784
|
1724.772
kVA :
1424.968
|
1046.241
|
1505.642
|
3971.289
PF
:
.8782
|
.9341
|
.8956
|
.9008
LOAD --(A-N)----(A-B)-|--(B-N)----(B-C)-|--(C-N)----(C-A)-|---WYE-----DELTA-kW
:
785.6
385.0|
424.0
625.7|
692.5
553.4| 1902.1
1564.0
TOT :
1170.563
|
1049.658
|
1245.907
|
3466.128
|
|
|
kVAr :
393.0
220.0|
313.0
358.1|
447.9
369.5| 1153.9
947.7
TOT :
613.019
|
671.117
|
817.450
|
2101.586
|
|
|
kVA :
878.4
443.4|
527.0
720.9|
824.8
665.4| 2224.8
1828.7
TOT :
1321.367
|
1245.865
|
1490.137
|
4053.481
|
|
|
PF
:
.8943
.8682|
.8045
.8679|
.8397
.8316|
.8550
.8553
TOT :
.8859
|
.8425
|
.8361
|
.8551
LOSSES ------(A)-------|-------(B)-------|-------(C)-------|-----------------kW
:
39.107
|
-4.697
|
76.653
|
111.063
kVAr :
152.585
|
42.217
|
129.850
|
324.653
kVA :
157.517
|
42.478
|
150.787
|
343.124
CAPAC --(A-N)----(A-B)-|--(B-N)----(B-C)-|--(C-N)----(C-A)-|---WYE-----DELTA-R-kVA:
200.0
.0|
200.0
.0|
300.0
.0|
700.0
.0
TOT :
200.000
|
200.000
|
300.000
|
700.000
|
|
|
A-kVA:
193.4
.0|
222.7
.0|
285.3
.0|
701.5
.0
TOT :
193.443
|
222.747
|
285.276
|
701.466

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--- V O L T A G E
P R O F I L E ---- DATE: 6-24-2004 AT 15:33:12 HOURS ---SUBSTATION: IEEE 13;
FEEDER: IEEE 13
------------------------------------------------------------------------------NODE |
MAG
ANGLE |
MAG
ANGLE |
MAG
ANGLE |mi.to SR
------------------------------------------------------------------------------______|_______ A-N ______ |_______ B-N _______ |_______ C-N _______ |
650
| 1.0000 at
.00 | 1.0000 at -120.00 | 1.0000 at 120.00 |
.000
RG60 | 1.0625 at
.00 | 1.0500 at -120.00 | 1.0687 at 120.00 |
.000
632
| 1.0210 at -2.49 | 1.0420 at -121.72 | 1.0174 at 117.83 |
.379
633
| 1.0180 at -2.56 | 1.0401 at -121.77 | 1.0148 at 117.82 |
.474
XFXFM1|
.9941 at -3.23 | 1.0218 at -122.22 |
.9960 at 117.35 |
.474
634
|
.9940 at -3.23 | 1.0218 at -122.22 |
.9960 at 117.34 |
.474
645
|
| 1.0329 at -121.90 | 1.0155 at 117.86 |
.474
646
|
| 1.0311 at -121.98 | 1.0134 at 117.90 |
.530
671
|
.9900 at -5.30 | 1.0529 at -122.34 |
.9778 at 116.02 |
.758
680
|
.9900 at -5.30 | 1.0529 at -122.34 |
.9778 at 116.02 |
.947
684
|
.9881 at -5.32 |
|
.9758 at 115.92 |
.815
611
|
|
|
.9738 at 115.78 |
.871
652
|
.9825 at -5.25 |
|
|
.966
692
|
.9900 at -5.31 | 1.0529 at -122.34 |
.9777 at 116.02 |
.852
675
|
.9835 at -5.56 | 1.0553 at -122.52 |
.9758 at 116.03 |
.947
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----------- VOLTAGE REGULATOR DATA ---- DATE: 6-24-2004 AT 15:33:16 HOURS -SUBSTATION: IEEE 13;
FEEDER: IEEE 13
_______________________________________________________________________________
[NODE]--[VREG]-----[SEG]------[NODE]
MODEL
OPT
BNDW
650
RG60
632
632
Phase A & B & C, Wye
RX
2.00
........................................................................
PHASE LDCTR
VOLT HOLD R-VOLT
X-VOLT PT RATIO CT RATE
TAP
1
122.000
3.000
9.000
20.00
700.00
10
2
122.000
3.000
9.000
20.00
700.00
8
3
122.000
3.000
9.000
20.00
700.00
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FEEDER: IEEE 13
------------------------------------------------------------------------------NODE
VALUE
PHASE A
PHASE B
PHASE C
UNT O/L<
(LINE A)
(LINE B)
(LINE C)
60.%
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 650
VOLTS:
1.000
.00
1.000 -120.00
1.000 120.00 MAG/ANG
kVll
4.160
NO LOAD OR CAPACITOR REPRESENTED AT SOURCE NODE
TO NODE RG60 <VRG>..: 593.30 -28.58 435.61 -140.91 626.92
93.59 AMP/DG <
<RG60 > LOSS=
.000:
(
.000)
(
.000)
(
.000)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: RG60
VOLTS:
1.062
.00
1.050 -120.00
1.069 120.00 MAG/ANG
-LD:
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
CAP:
.00
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE 650
<VRG>: 558.40 -28.58 414.87 -140.91 586.60
93.59 AMP/DG <
<RG60 > LOSS=
.000:
(
.000)
(
.000)
(
.000)
kW
TO NODE 632
.......: 558.40 -28.58 414.87 -140.91 586.60
93.59 AMP/DG <
<632
> LOSS= 59.716:
( 21.517)
( -3.252)
( 41.451)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 632
VOLTS:
1.021
-2.49
1.042 -121.72
1.017 117.83 MAG/ANG
-LD:
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
CAP:
.00
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE RG60 .....: 558.41 -28.58 414.87 -140.91 586.60
93.59 AMP/DG <
<632
> LOSS= 59.716:
( 21.517)
( -3.252)
( 41.451)
kW
TO NODE 633
.......:
81.33 -37.74
61.12 -159.09
62.70
80.48 AMP/DG
<633
> LOSS=
.808:
(
.354)
(
.148)
(
.306)
kW
TO NODE 645
.......:
143.02 -142.66
65.21
57.83 AMP/DG <
<645
> LOSS= 2.760:
( 2.540)
(
.220)
kW
TO NODE 671
.......: 478.29 -27.03 215.12 -134.66 475.50
99.90 AMP/DG <
<671
> LOSS= 35.897:
( 10.484)
( -6.169)
( 31.582)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 633
VOLTS:
1.018
-2.56
1.040 -121.77
1.015 117.82 MAG/ANG
-LD:
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
CAP:
.00
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE 632
.....:
81.33 -37.74
61.12 -159.09
62.71
80.47 AMP/DG
<633
> LOSS=
.808:
(
.354)
(
.148)
(
.306)
kW
TO NODE XFXFM1.......:
81.33 -37.74
61.12 -159.09
62.71
80.47 AMP/DG <
<XFXFM1> LOSS= 5.427:
( 2.513)
( 1.420)
( 1.494)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: XFXFM1
VOLTS:
.994
-3.23
1.022 -122.22
.996 117.35 MAG/ANG
-LD:
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00 kW/kVR
kVll
.480
CAP:
.00
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE 633
.....:
<XFXFM1> LOSS= 5.427:
TO NODE 634
.......:
<634
> LOSS=
.000:

704.83 -37.74
( 2.513)
704.83 -37.74
(
.000)

529.73 -159.09
( 1.420)
529.73 -159.09
(
.000)

543.45
80.47
( 1.494)
543.45
80.47
(
.000)

AMP/DG <
kW
AMP/DG <
kW

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FEEDER: IEEE 13
------------------------------------------------------------------------------NODE
VALUE
PHASE A
PHASE B
PHASE C
UNT O/L<
(LINE A)
(LINE B)
(LINE C)
60.%
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 634
VOLTS:
.994
-3.23
1.022 -122.22
.996 117.34 MAG/ANG
Y-LD: 160.00 110.00 120.00
90.00 120.00
90.00 kW/kVR
kVll
.480
Y CAP:
.00
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE XFXFM1.....: 704.83 -37.74 529.73 -159.09 543.45
80.47 AMP/DG <
<634
> LOSS=
.000:
(
.000)
(
.000)
(
.000)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 645
VOLTS:
1.033 -121.90
1.015 117.86 MAG/ANG
Y-LD:
170.00 125.00
.00
.00 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
Y CAP:
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE 632
.....:
143.02 -142.66
65.21
57.83 AMP/DG <
<645
> LOSS= 2.760:
( 2.540)
(
.220)
kW
TO NODE 646
.......:
65.21 -122.17
65.21
57.83 AMP/DG
<646
> LOSS=
.541:
(
.271)
(
.270)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 646
VOLTS:
1.031 -121.98
1.013 117.90 MAG/ANG
D-LD:
240.66 138.12
.00
.00 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
Y CAP:
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE 645
.....:
65.21 -122.18
65.21
57.82 AMP/DG
<646
> LOSS=
.541:
(
.271)
(
.270)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 671
VOLTS:
.990
-5.30
1.053 -122.34
.978 116.02 MAG/ANG
D-LD: 385.00 220.00 385.00 220.00 385.00 220.00 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
Y CAP:
.00
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE 632
.....: 470.20 -26.90 186.41 -131.89 420.64 101.66 AMP/DG <
<671
> LOSS= 35.897:
( 10.484)
( -6.169)
( 31.582)
kW
TO NODE 680
.......:
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00 AMP/DG
<680
> LOSS=
.000:
( -.001)
(
.001)
(
.000)
kW
TO NODE 684
.......:
63.07 -39.12
71.15 121.62 AMP/DG
<684
> LOSS=
.580:
(
.210)
(
.370)
kW
TO NODE 692
.......: 229.11 -18.18
69.61 -55.19 178.38 109.39 AMP/DG
<692
> LOSS=
.008:
(
.003)
( -.001)
(
.006)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 680
VOLTS:
.990
-5.30
1.053 -122.34
.978 116.02 MAG/ANG
-LD:
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
CAP:
.00
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE 671
<680
> LOSS=

.....:
.000:

.00
.00
-.001)

.00
(

.00
.001)

.00
(

.000)

.00 AMP/DG
kW

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FEEDER: IEEE 13
------------------------------------------------------------------------------NODE
VALUE
PHASE A
PHASE B
PHASE C
UNT O/L<
(LINE A)
(LINE B)
(LINE C)
60.%
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 684
VOLTS:
.988
-5.32
.976 115.92 MAG/ANG
-LD:
.00
.00
.00
.00 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
CAP:
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE 671
.....:
63.07 -39.12
71.15 121.61 AMP/DG
<684
> LOSS=
.580:
(
.210)
(
.370)
kW
TO NODE 611
.......:
71.15 121.61 AMP/DG
<611
> LOSS=
.382:
(
.382)
kW
TO NODE 652
.......:
63.07 -39.12
AMP/DG
<652
> LOSS=
.808:
(
.808)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 611
VOLTS:
.974 115.78 MAG/ANG
Y-LD:
165.54
77.90 kW/kVR
kVLL
4.160
Y CAP:
94.82 kVR
FROM NODE 684
.....:
71.15 121.61 AMP/DG
<611
> LOSS=
.382:
(
.382)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 652
VOLTS:
.983
-5.25
MAG/ANG
Y-LD: 123.56
83.02
kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
Y CAP:
.00
kVR
FROM NODE 684
.....:
63.08 -39.15
AMP/DG
<652
> LOSS=
.808:
(
.808)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 692
VOLTS:
.990
-5.31
1.053 -122.34
.978 116.02 MAG/ANG
D-LD:
.00
.00
.00
.00 168.37 149.55 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
Y CAP:
.00
.00
.00 kVR
FROM NODE 671
.....: 229.11 -18.18
69.61 -55.19 178.38 109.39 AMP/DG
<692
> LOSS=
.008:
(
.003)
( -.001)
(
.006)
kW
TO NODE 675
.......: 205.33
-5.15
69.61 -55.19 124.07 111.79 AMP/DG <
<675
> LOSS= 4.136:
( 3.218)
(
.345)
(
.573)
kW
---------------------*--------A-------*-------B-------*-------C-------*-------NODE: 675
VOLTS:
.983
-5.56
1.055 -122.52
.976 116.03 MAG/ANG
Y-LD: 485.00 190.00
68.00
60.00 290.00 212.00 kW/kVR
kVll
4.160
Y CAP:
193.44
222.75
190.45 kVR
FROM NODE 692
<675
> LOSS=

.....:
4.136:

205.33
-5.15
( 3.218)

69.59 -55.20
(
.345)

124.07 111.78 AMP/DG <


(
.573)
kW

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