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What is the PSS/E license type that PGCB holds?

Answer: PGCB holds commercial type license.

What is the current software version of PSS/E that PGCB holds?

Answer: PSS/E software version 33.4


Are there any particular software functions on which PGCB staff would like to
focus?
Answer: PGCB Engineers want to focus on the following topics.

Advanced Dynamic Simulation in PSSE

Refresh their knowledge of mathematical modeling tools (Laplace


transform, transfer functions and block diagrams) and classical control
techniques (transient and frequency response and numerical integration)
Review power system dynamics
Understand appropriate analytical software tools used for evaluating
dynamic phenomena
Understand the classifications of power system stability necessary to
determine meaningful practical analysis
Explore methods for solving stability problems
Understand the process, setup procedures and classification of variables in
dynamic simulation
Perform data checking functions, including checking of excitation system
and turbine governor model response
Understand the basics of excitation system tuning
Learn about dynamic modeling of power plant components, including
synchronous machines, excitation systems, turbines and speed governors
Learn how to simulate complex disturbances
Use program automation to streamline the dynamic simulation
Explore modeling of relays, HVDC systems, FACTS, loads and induction
motors
Study voltage collapse and dynamic voltage support and recovery
Develop and incorporate user-written models into PSSE
Learn how to perform modal analysis using PSSPLT.
Explore modeling of relays, HVDC systems, FACTS, loads and induction
motors
Study voltage collapse and dynamic voltage support and recovery
Develop and incorporate user-written models into PSSE

Automating and customizing procedures using Response Files, IPLAN and Python
Learn how to perform modal analysis using PSSPLT

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Advanced Training on PSSE

Course Content

Entry/Mid level System Planning Engineers


05 days
6 Persons
Home/Abroad
Entry/Mid level System Planning engineers will acquire advance
knowledge dynamics simulation in PSSE
Advanced Dynamic Simulation in PSSE
Refresh their knowledge of mathematical
modeling tools (Laplace transform, transfer
functions and block diagrams) and classical
control techniques (transient and frequency
response and numerical integration)
Review power system dynamics
Understand appropriate analytical software tools
used for evaluating dynamic phenomena
Understand the classifications of power system
stability necessary to determine meaningful
practical analysis
Explore methods for solving stability problems
Understand the process, setup procedures and
classification of variables in dynamic simulation
Perform data checking functions, including
checking of excitation system and turbine
governor model response
Understand the basics of excitation system tuning
Learn about dynamic modeling of power plant
components, including synchronous machines,
excitation systems, turbines and speed governors
Learn how to simulate complex disturbances
Use program automation to streamline the
dynamic simulation
Explore modeling of relays, HVDC systems, FACTS,
loads and induction motors
Study voltage collapse and dynamic voltage
support and recovery
Develop and incorporate user-written models into
PSSE
Learn how to perform modal analysis using PSSPLT.
Explore modeling of relays, HVDC systems, FACTS,
loads and induction motors
Study voltage collapse and dynamic voltage

support and recovery


Develop and incorporate user-written models into
PSSE
Learn how to perform modal analysis using PSSPLT.