ETAP PowerStation 2023 v22.5

$ 200.00

ETAP 2023 version 22.5, offers new digital twin modeling and simulation with an impressive new set of integrated power analysis modules, model-driven automation, and situationally intelligent operations solutions. To be more aligned with the release year, we are changing our naming convention to the year of the release and in addition proving you with the latest version number as well, so you can be assured you didn’t miss any of ETAP’s valuable releases and point releases. Supporting our customers technology and best practices in this release, you will find new and enhanced features to improve your safety, increase your reliability and efficiency, ensure compliance, and facilitate sustainability. ETAP 2023 version 22.5 is ready for use on Mission Critical applications, including Data Centers, Transportation, and Utilities, including Nuclear Power Generation.

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New Features

e Label Maker
• Graphical tool for creating Arc Flash Label templates
• Create modern Arc Flash Labels
• Include QR codes
• Generate localized labels

• Identify & assess risks for a structure due to lightning flashes
• Comply with NFPA 780-2014 for lightning protection systems
• Reference lightning density / frequency maps
• Occupancy & protection assessment
• Catalog of predefined structure

Grid Code
Conform & Maintain Compliance
• Automated Grid Code Evaluation – Analyze & Verify
• Real & reactive power capability
• LV & HV ride-through
• Frequency ride-through
• Dynamic voltage & frequency support
• Country & Utility Grid Code Rulebooks
• User-definable
• PQ & VQ Capability
• Equipment voltage-dependent PQ Capability
• Equipment control including voltage & frequency drop
• Ride-through curves
• Country Codes
• ENA EREC G99 2021 (UK)
• ENA EREC G5/5 2020 (UK)
• IEEE 1547 2018
• PRC-024-2 (North America)
• Enedis-PRO-RES_64 2020 (France)
• RTE DTR 2020 (France)
• Guida Tecnica – Allegato A.68 – Rev.03 12/2019 (Italy)
• Guida Tecnica – Allegato A.17 – Rev.02 12/2019 (Italy)

• Autonomous, logic-driven decision making
• Multiple modes of operation & control
• Volt – Var
• Volt – Watt
• Watt – Power Factor
• Control curves or static var support
• Real or reactive power priority modes
• Consider smart inverter constraints
• Maintain compliance per IEEE 1547 & California Rule 21

• Active Filter Harmonic Correction – Automatic & Manual
• Filter Sizing
• Unbalanced Correction
• Unbalanced Harmonic Load Flow & Compliance

Unbalanced Network Short Circuit Analysis International Standards:
• IEEE Standard – C37 Series
• IEC Standard – IEC-60909, IEC-61660 & IEC/IEEE 62271-37-013
• GOST Standard – GOST R 52735 & GOST 28249
Unsymmetrical 3-phase & 1-phase AC System and Unified AC & DC System Modeling
• Phase domain representation of 3-phase & 1-phase systems
• Modeling of unsymmetrical 3-phase lines & cables, etc.
• Modeling of coupled 3-phase and 1-phase lines
• Modeling of special distribution transformers (open-delta, Scott-T & booster XFMRs, etc.)
• Unified AC & DC systems combined with rectifiers/converters
• Analysis of a fault in DC system automatically includes effect of AC system components and vice versa
Short Circuit Simulation for Shunt Fault Types
• Fault types – 3Ph, 3PhG, LG, LL, LLG
• Fault phases – ABC, ABCG, AG, BG, CG, AB, BC, CA, ABG, BCG, CAG
• Simultaneous shunt faults of different fault types & phases at different locations
Short Circuit Simulation on GIS System
• Fault calculations on user-specified shared buses
• Fault calculations along user-specified feeders
• Feeder fault calculation on all junction points or multi-connection junction points
• Device evaluation for protective devices in GIS systems, including those specified in edge editors
AC & DC Device Duty Evaluation
• ANSI/IEC AC device duty evaluation based on all fault types – 3-phase, LG, LL, & LLG
• ANSI/IEC AC device duty evaluation based on all available fault phases
• IEC-61660 DC device duty evaluation considering rise-time constant and peak or quasi steady-state current
• ANSI DC device duty evaluation based on user-specified worst case modeling
ANSI & IEC Standard AC Short Circuit Analysis
• Complying with latest version of ANSI & IEC standards
• Simulation of all possible types and phases of shunt faults
• Simulation of single shunt or simultaneous shunt faults of different fault type & phase and at different locations
• Device duty evaluation and alerts based on all fault types and phases
GOST Standard AC Short Circuit Analysis
• Complying with GOST R 52735 (AC HV) & GOST 28249 (AC LV)
• Adjust cable resistance due to fault current
• Induce effect of arc resistance at fault location
• Consider contact resistance and relay coil impedance in LV system calculations
• Options for AC decay of synchronous and induction machines
• Generate fault current waveforms with respect to time
DC System Short Circuit Analysis per IEC-61660
• Calculate total fault current and individual contributions
• Fault calculations include peak, quasi steady-state current, time to peak and rise-time constant