EMTP-RV V3.4 cracked version

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EMTP is constantly being improved to achieve highest accuracy levels and computational performance. New models and features are added to deliver to the users the most up to date analysis capabilities for modern power systems. Applications include small and large scale power system problems.


Simulation of power systems transients has never been so easy!

EMTP-RV is a full-featured and technically advanced simulation and analysis software for power system transients.

The package is a sophisticated computer program for the simulation of electromagnetic, electromechanical and control systemstransients in multiphase electric power systems. EMTP-RV includes:

  • An advanced, yet easy-to-use graphical user interface that maximizes the capabilities of the underlying EMTP-RV engine.EMTPWorks provides many customization and scripting options and one can easily adapt it to match its unique needs.
  • A powerful and super-fast computational engine that provides significantly improved solution methods for nonlinear models, control systems, and user-defined models. Time-domain simulations are initialized from unbalanced multi-phase load-flow.
  • An advanced visualization and advanced mathematical post-processing tool. ScopeView is a data acquisition and signal processing software very well adapted for the visualization and the analysis of EMTP-RV simulation results.
  • A well-documented and comprehensive library of components and function blocks that allow the user to easily realize complete and complex power system studies.


Simulation of single-phase fault in an unbalanced 230kV Network. Simulation is automatically initialized from EMTP Unbalanced multi-phase load-flow results.


CIGRE DC GRID Test System. See the following reference for details: “EMT simulation of the CIGRE B4 DC Grid test system” S. Dennetière H. Saad RTE France. 2014 CIGRE Canada Conference


Ferroresonance in an industrial plant


ScopeView is an advanced tool for visualization and post-processing of data


Example of parametric studies performed using EMTPWorks scripting capabilities (JavaScript)

Simulation options

Transients, Stability and Load-flow in the same software! 


With EMTP-RV, complex problems become simple to work out! EMTP-RV is suited for the analysis of any power system with several simulation options.

  • Time domain solution
  • Load-flow
  • Steady-state solution
  • Frequency scans

Time-domain solution

EMTP-RV uses state-of-the-art algorithms and unique techniques such as MANA (Modified Augmented Nodal Analysis), iterations to solve non-linearity and sparse matrix solver. From electromagnetic to electromechanical transients, calculations are lightning fast regardless of the size and the complexity of the power system. Moreover, EMTP simulations are super easy to configure and don’t require external compilers.

Example of a large power system simulated in EMTP (more than 20000 devices). Model includes HVDC converters and wind turbines.

EMTP-RV includes a comprehensive library of control blocks and a cutting-edge control system solver. For improved numerical stability, numerical delays due to nonlinear feedback loops are eliminated using advanced algorithms. Additionally, it is possible to import Simulink® models in EMTP using the EMTP Simulink Toolbox (LINK).

IEEEG3 Governor control system model. Control system is automatically initialized from steady-state and load-flow results.


EMTP includes a multi-phase and unbalanced Load-Flow solver. Load-Flow can be used to start time-domain simulation directly in steady-state. Network state variables and machine controls are automatically initialized even when the network includes unbalanced transmission lines or unbalanced loading. Multiphase load-flow constraint data is entered using specific Load-Flow devices and is layered over the network simulated in time-domain. Any network can be augmented with Load-Flow devices without any other manipulations.

Example of load-flow initialization


The main purpose of the steady-state solution in EMTP is to initialize the network state variables for minimizing the natural response at start-up in time-domain. When available, the steady-state is based on the load-flow solution.

Frequency Scan

In frequency scan, all source frequencies are varied using the given frequency range and the network steady-state solution is found at each frequency. Frequency scan can be used to determine system resonance and to design harmonic filters.


Example of frequency scan results. The system input impedance at the PCC of an industrial plant is calculated from 0 to 500Hz.