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CYME 5.02 Reference Manual

January 2011

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Copyright CYME International T&D Inc. All Rights Reserved

No part of this publication may be reproduced, or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of CYME International T&D. Possession or use of the CYME software described in this publication is authorized only pursuant to a valid written license agreement from CYME. CYME makes no warranty, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, regarding these materials and makes such materials available solely on an "as-is" basis. CYME International T&D reserves the right to revise and improve its products as it sees fit. The information in this manual is subject to modification without notice. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual, CYME assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein. CYME International T&D Inc. 1485 Roberval, Suite 104 St. Bruno QC J3V 3P8 Canada Tel.: (450) 461-3655 Fax: (450) 461-0966 Canada & United States: Tel.:1-800-361-3627 Internet : http://www.cyme.com E-mail: [email protected] Other Trademarks: The names of all products and services other than CYME’s mentioned in this document are the trademarks or trade names of the respective owners.

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Table of Contents Chapter 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

1.5 1.6 1.7

1.8 1.9 Chapter 2 2.1

2.2 2.3

2.4 2.5

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Getting Started............................................................................................1 Overview of CYME .......................................................................................1 About this Manual .........................................................................................2 Computer System Requirements .................................................................2 Databases used by CYME ...........................................................................2 1.4.1 Network Database............................................................................3 1.4.2 Equipment Database........................................................................3 1.4.3 Project Database..............................................................................3 Map Formats Supported ...............................................................................3 Running CYME .............................................................................................4 Getting Help..................................................................................................4 1.7.1 Help Files and Contextual Help........................................................4 1.7.2 CYME Manuals Available.................................................................5 1.7.3 Tutorials............................................................................................5 1.7.4 Error Messages ................................................................................6 1.7.5 Revision Number..............................................................................6 1.7.6 Read Me File ....................................................................................6 1.7.7 On-Line Information .........................................................................7 1.7.8 CYME Technical Support.................................................................7 1.7.9 How to Reach CYME by Phone and Fax.........................................9 Auto-recovery Mode .....................................................................................9 A Few Terms ..............................................................................................10 The CYME Interface ..................................................................................11 Overview of the Graphical User Interface (GUI).........................................11 2.1.1 Main Display Screen (OLD Display) ..............................................11 2.1.2 Main Menu......................................................................................12 2.1.3 Toolbars .........................................................................................12 2.1.4 Explorer Bar ...................................................................................13 2.1.5 Reports...........................................................................................13 2.1.6 Status Bar.......................................................................................13 2.1.7 Dialog Boxes ..................................................................................13 Menus .........................................................................................................14 Explorer Bar................................................................................................17 2.3.1 Databases Tab ...............................................................................17 2.3.2 Symbol Bar Tab..............................................................................19 2.3.3 Network Tab ...................................................................................22 2.3.4 Detailed View Tab ..........................................................................24 2.3.5 Display Tab ....................................................................................29 2.3.6 Switch Monitoring Tab....................................................................30 2.3.7 Abnormal Condition Tab ................................................................32 2.3.8 Background Map Tab.....................................................................32 2.3.9 Equipment Search Tab ..................................................................33 Advanced Project Manager ........................................................................34 Toolbars ......................................................................................................35 2.5.1 Main................................................................................................35 2.5.2 Find ................................................................................................37 2.5.3 Color Coding Layer ........................................................................38 2.5.4 Tag Layer .......................................................................................38 2.5.5 Simulation.......................................................................................39

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2.7 2.8

Chapter 3 3.1 3.2

3.3 3.4

Chapter 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15

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2.5.6 Editor Tools ....................................................................................40 2.5.7 Display............................................................................................42 2.5.8 Tooltip Layer...................................................................................45 2.5.9 Load Model.....................................................................................45 2.5.10 Database ........................................................................................46 2.5.11 Advanced Editor Tools ...................................................................47 2.5.12 Drawing Tool ..................................................................................48 2.5.13 Zoom ..............................................................................................49 2.5.14 Page Layout ...................................................................................50 2.5.15 Symbols..........................................................................................51 2.5.16 TCC ................................................................................................51 2.5.17 Contour Plot ...................................................................................52 Mouse Commands......................................................................................52 2.6.1 Component Selection.....................................................................52 2.6.2 Mouse Modes.................................................................................53 2.6.3 Panning and Zooming with the Mouse...........................................54 Contextual Menus.......................................................................................54 Navigation ...................................................................................................55 2.8.1 Hyperlinks.......................................................................................55 2.8.2 Nested Views .................................................................................56 2.8.3 Network Paths ................................................................................56 Properties and Settings ...........................................................................57 Section Structure ........................................................................................57 Section Properties ......................................................................................59 3.2.1 Section Identification ......................................................................60 3.2.2 Devices Group Box ........................................................................61 3.2.3 A word about the Settings ..............................................................61 3.2.4 Section and Nodes Contextual Menus...........................................62 Node Properties..........................................................................................65 3.3.1 Node Settings.................................................................................66 Group Properties ........................................................................................67 3.4.1 Main Functionality ..........................................................................68 3.4.2 Column Filters ................................................................................68 3.4.3 Editing Properties ...........................................................................69 The File Menu............................................................................................71 New Study ..................................................................................................71 Open Study.................................................................................................72 Merge Study ...............................................................................................72 Close Study ................................................................................................72 Save Study..................................................................................................72 Save Study As ............................................................................................73 Save Study As Self Contained ...................................................................73 Export One Line Diagram ...........................................................................75 Export Active View as an Image.................................................................75 Page Setup .................................................................................................76 Export Active TCC View as TCC Study......................................................78 Print Setup ..................................................................................................79 Print Preview...............................................................................................79 Print.............................................................................................................79 Preferences ................................................................................................80 4.15.1 Configuration Files .........................................................................80 4.15.2 Units ...............................................................................................83 4.15.3 Text.................................................................................................84 4.15.4 Simulation.......................................................................................85

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4.16 4.17 4.18

4.19

4.20 4.21 Chapter 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8

5.9

5.10

5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.19 5.20 5.21 5.22 5.23 5.24 5.25 5.26

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4.15.5 Editor ..............................................................................................86 4.15.6 Database ........................................................................................89 4.15.7 Report.............................................................................................90 System Parameters ....................................................................................91 Send To Mail Recipient...............................................................................92 Properties ...................................................................................................93 4.18.1 General Tab ...................................................................................93 4.18.2 Options Tab....................................................................................94 Tools ...........................................................................................................95 4.19.1 Symbol Editor .................................................................................95 4.19.2 Graphic Viewer.............................................................................100 4.19.3 Energy Profile Manager ...............................................................102 List of Files................................................................................................102 Exit ............................................................................................................102 The Edit Menu .........................................................................................103 Undo Modification .....................................................................................103 Redo Modification .....................................................................................103 Copy to Clipboard .....................................................................................103 Find ...........................................................................................................104 Locate Selection .......................................................................................105 Select ........................................................................................................105 Add Nested View ......................................................................................106 Add Source ...............................................................................................107 5.8.1 Source Tab...................................................................................107 5.8.2 Equivalent Tab .............................................................................109 5.8.3 Demand Tab.................................................................................110 Add Network .............................................................................................112 5.9.1 Network Tab .................................................................................112 5.9.2 Source Tab...................................................................................114 5.9.3 Equivalent Tab .............................................................................115 5.9.4 Demand Tab.................................................................................116 5.9.5 Limiting Tab..................................................................................118 5.9.6 Harmonic Tab...............................................................................118 5.9.7 Comments Tab.............................................................................118 Assign Zone..............................................................................................119 5.10.1 Assign Sections or Nodes to a Zone............................................120 5.10.2 Zone Properties............................................................................120 Add Section ..............................................................................................121 Insert Section............................................................................................122 Split Section ..............................................................................................122 Rotate Section ..........................................................................................123 Calculate Section Length..........................................................................123 Rename Sections .....................................................................................124 Reconfigure Sections ...............................................................................125 5.17.1 Note on Reconductoring ..............................................................127 Open/Close...............................................................................................128 Connect ....................................................................................................129 Disconnect ................................................................................................130 Move .........................................................................................................130 Rearrange One-Line Diagram ..................................................................131 Cut ............................................................................................................132 Copy..........................................................................................................132 Paste.........................................................................................................132 Delete Zone ..............................................................................................132

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5.27 Delete........................................................................................................133 5.28 Properties .................................................................................................133 Chapter 6 6.1 6.2 6.3

6.4 6.5 6.6

6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16 6.17

Chapter 7 7.1 7.2

7.3 7.4 7.5

7.6

7.7

7.8 7.9

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The Database Menu ................................................................................135 Overview ...................................................................................................135 6.1.1 Database Formats........................................................................135 Database Manager ...................................................................................136 Create .......................................................................................................138 6.3.1 Single Database Configuration ....................................................138 6.3.2 Single Database (Equipment Only) Configuration .......................140 6.3.3 Separate Databases Configuration..............................................140 Delete........................................................................................................141 Update Network ........................................................................................141 Import........................................................................................................143 6.6.1 ASCII Files ...................................................................................144 6.6.2 XML Files .....................................................................................146 6.6.3 Previous Version of CYMDIST (prior to 4.1) ................................147 6.6.4 CYME Database...........................................................................148 6.6.5 Custom File(s) ..............................................................................149 Export........................................................................................................149 Re-Index ...................................................................................................150 Pack ..........................................................................................................151 Open Project.............................................................................................151 Save Project .............................................................................................151 Delete Project ...........................................................................................152 Close Project ............................................................................................152 Switch Status Update ...............................................................................152 Load Database Maintenance....................................................................153 Default Equipment Mapping .....................................................................154 TCC Library ..............................................................................................155 6.17.1 Select ...........................................................................................155 6.17.2 Online Update ..............................................................................155 The Network Menu..................................................................................157 Select Networks........................................................................................157 7.1.1 Loaded Networks Group Box .......................................................158 Network Reduction ...................................................................................160 7.2.1 General Tab .................................................................................160 7.2.2 Device Restrictions Tab ...............................................................162 7.2.3 Node Restrictions Tab..................................................................162 Network Equivalent Calculation................................................................163 7.3.1 Network Equivalent Example .......................................................163 Network Types..........................................................................................165 Customer Types .......................................................................................166 7.5.1 Load Flow Tab..............................................................................166 7.5.2 Load Allocation Tab .....................................................................167 7.5.3 Properties Tab..............................................................................168 Environments............................................................................................168 7.6.1 General Tab .................................................................................168 7.6.2 Reliability Tab...............................................................................169 Load Growth .............................................................................................170 7.7.1 Edit Factors ..................................................................................170 7.7.2 Apply Factors ...............................................................................171 Load Model Manager................................................................................172 Section Naming Pattern............................................................................173

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Chapter 8 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7

The Report Menu ....................................................................................175 Reports Contextual Menus .......................................................................175 On Calculation ..........................................................................................176 General .....................................................................................................179 Equipment.................................................................................................179 Study Summary ........................................................................................179 Validation Rules........................................................................................180 Format.......................................................................................................180 8.7.1 Cell Properties..............................................................................180 8.7.2 Cell Style ......................................................................................181 8.8 Properties .................................................................................................181 8.9 Header/Footer...........................................................................................182 8.10 Save..........................................................................................................182 8.11 Close.........................................................................................................183 8.12 Close All....................................................................................................183

Chapter 9 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 9.9 9.10 9.11 9.12

The View Menu........................................................................................185 Toolbars ....................................................................................................185 Status Bar .................................................................................................185 Explorer Bars ............................................................................................186 Zoom.........................................................................................................187 Pan............................................................................................................188 Magnifier ...................................................................................................188 Result Box ................................................................................................189 Network Explorer ......................................................................................190 Image And Text Layers.............................................................................191 Reports .....................................................................................................191 Background Map.......................................................................................192 Overview Map...........................................................................................192

Chapter 10 Display Options ......................................................................................193 10.1 Display Layers Selection ..........................................................................193 10.1.1 Symbols........................................................................................194 10.1.2 Color Coding ................................................................................196 10.1.3 Tags and Text ..............................................................................197 10.1.4 Tooltips.........................................................................................198 10.2 View Properties.........................................................................................199 10.2.1 General Options ...........................................................................199 10.2.2 Window Options ...........................................................................200 10.2.3 Window Colors .............................................................................202 10.2.4 Window Sizes...............................................................................203 10.2.5 Selection.......................................................................................204 10.2.6 Device Symbols............................................................................205 10.2.7 Automatic Coordinates Generation..............................................206 10.3 Search.......................................................................................................207 Chapter 11 The Customize Menu..............................................................................209 11.1 Menu .........................................................................................................209 11.2 Toolbars ....................................................................................................210 11.2.1 Toolbar Tab ..................................................................................210 11.2.2 Commands Tab............................................................................211 11.3 Shortcuts...................................................................................................212 11.4 Status Bar .................................................................................................213 11.5 Result Box ................................................................................................214 11.6 Keywords ..................................................................................................215 11.7 Filters ........................................................................................................217

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11.8 Validation Rules........................................................................................219 11.9 Charts .......................................................................................................220 11.9.1 General Tab .................................................................................221 11.9.2 Background Tab ...........................................................................223 11.10 Contour Plot..............................................................................................224 11.11 Simplified View .........................................................................................225 11.12 View Styles ...............................................................................................227 11.12.1 Characteristics of the Default View Styles ...................................228 11.13 Symbols ....................................................................................................229 11.14 Color Coding.............................................................................................230 11.14.1 Device ID Layer............................................................................231 11.14.2 Keyword Layer .............................................................................232 11.14.3 User Defined Filter Layer .............................................................233 11.14.4 Zone Layer ...................................................................................234 11.15 Tags and Text...........................................................................................235 11.16 Tooltips .....................................................................................................236 11.17 Random Colors.........................................................................................237 11.18 User Data Extensions ...............................................................................237 11.18.1 Definition Tab ...............................................................................239 11.18.2 Bindings Tab ................................................................................240 Chapter 12 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7

The Window Menu ..................................................................................243 New One-Line Diagram Window ..............................................................243 Cascade....................................................................................................243 Tile Vertically ............................................................................................243 Tile Horizontally ........................................................................................243 Close Window...........................................................................................244 Close All Windows ....................................................................................244 Close All Charts ........................................................................................244

Chapter 13 Advanced Customization.......................................................................245 13.1 Reports .....................................................................................................245 13.1.1 Create a New Report Category....................................................245 13.1.2 Delete a Report Category ............................................................246 13.1.3 Add New Reports .........................................................................247 13.2 Keywords ..................................................................................................250 13.2.1 Create New Keywords .................................................................251 13.2.2 Keyword Expressions...................................................................252 13.3 Symbols ....................................................................................................254 13.3.1 Symbol Components....................................................................254 13.3.2 Edit a Symbol ...............................................................................254 13.3.3 Create a Symbol...........................................................................255 Chapter 14

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Chapter 1

1.1

Getting Started

Overview of CYME

The CYME power system analysis software is a robust, comprehensive suite of advanced simulation tools to assist transmission, distribution and industrial power engineers. In their daily endeavors. CYME has been designed to help address the complex and emerging challenges faced by electrical engineers in power network planning and operation. With the analytical capabilities of the CYME software, planning scenarios and case studies help accurately assess and substantiate the impact of modifications and reconfigurations to power networks in its present or future state, consequently producing an improved asset management. The continuous development and active enhancements make CYME both accurate and reliable. For 25 years, the CYME software is renowned for standing behind thousands of transmission, distribution and industrial projects around the world. With an unified and straightforward interface the CYME software is distinguished for making its complex engineering calculation features easy to use for different projects. The seamless suite of applications of CYME provides numerous analysis functions sought by power engineers. It also covers a wide spectrum of analyses to allow simulations, performed on any network configuration, such as: power flow, short-circuit, transient stability, harmonics, contingency analysis, arc flash hazards, motor starting, protective device coordination, etc. Furthermore, other software designed specifically for distribution, industrial and transmission power system engineers are offered. This includes cable ampacity calculations with sophisticated functions, grounding grid design and analysis, protective device coordination and creation/maintenance of distribution network model. The CYME software provides powerful modeling capabilities that support the detailed modeling of any distribution, industrial or transmission network. Creating balanced and unbalanced networks, secondary grids, substations, nested networks, whether radial or meshed, three-, two- or single phased, is fully supported and can represented schematically or geographically. To bring the network representation even closer to reality, the modeling capabilities are supported by extensive industry-standard equipment and control libraries that can be enhanced by the user. A fully customizable workspace caters for the user-friendliness and suitability for different needs of each user. The graphical representation of the network components and the display of results in tags and and reports can be built and modified to supply the level of detail needed. Such customization is made possible due to the availability of CYME`s large keyword collection which outputs from equipment data and settings to different simulation results. Innovative engineering technologies, industry practices and standards are at the core of the CYME algorithms, flexible user interface and extensive libraries. The quality and wide-ranging capabilities of the CYME software can provide engineers engineers and their team the engineering solutions required to meet their analytical needs.

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About this Manual

This document is the CYME Reference Manual. It explains how to get started with the software, describes The CYME Interface (Chapter 2) and goes on with a description of the menus of the application and the commands available. Note that the Equipment menu is described at length in the Equipment Reference Manual (this includes the definition of equipment and their settings for use in the field). The analyses found under the Analysis menu are described in a number of separate Users Guides. See the Help > Users Guide menu command to see which ones are available with your license and to display the related manuals.. Finally, Chapter 13 Advanced Customization provides explanations about how to use some of the functions that allow adapting the software to your needs.

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Computer System Requirements

CYME requires an IBM PC or compatible computer using Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7; or Microsoft Server 2003 or 2008. The minimum hardware requirements are:

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A Pentium IV-based computer.



A minimum of 1024 MB of extended memory.



1 GB of hard disk space.



Any mouse, monitor and printer or plotter supported by Windows.

Databases used by CYME

CYME uses databases to save the equipment, network and project data. Studies are saved in separate files (extension *.xst), not in a database. You are free to create multiple versions of these databases, so as to keep projects separate. The databases are briefly described below. Note:

Use the menu Database > Database Manager (section 6.2) to tell CYME which Network and Equipment databases to use (Database Configuration).

Database type support - CYME version 5.02 and later supports the MS Access database type. With the CYME Server Database module, it also supports: MS SQL Server (2000, 2005, 2008), and Oracle (9, 10 and 11). CYME Server Database module is included with CYMDIST and is an optional add-on module to the CYME software. In order to work on a study with CYME, it accesses the databases to: 1. Display the one-line diagram of the network, 2. Keep track of loads and equipment connected to the network’s sections, and 3. Record modifications to the network. Please refer to Chapter 6 The Database Menu for further information on working with databases.

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Network Database

The Network database contains information describing, for each network, the connectivity of the sections, the conductors and the equipment types used, the settings of individual equipment, the loads, the shunt capacitors and the reactors connected to every section, and the interconnections between networks, if any. The networks stored in the database are supposed to represent the actual situation at some point in time (usually the present). Copies of these networks are used in studies as the starting point. Note:

1.4.2

Networks that are created in a study will not be stored in the network database, only in the study, until you use the command Update Network (section 6.5).

Equipment Database

The Equipment database contains the electrical characteristics of all the equipment that is available for connection to the network. 1.4.3

Project Database

The Project database is available if you have the CYME Advanced Project Manager module installed. Normally, the Project database will be the same as the Network database and it contains the modifications to the network for a specific project. The option to keep the project data tables separate from the network ones is presented to the user at the Database > Create menu command (see 6.3).

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Map Formats Supported

Using the Background Map optional module, CYME directly imports the AutoCAD .DXF and .DWG maps, and ESRI Shapefiles .SHP. See 2.3.8 Background Map Tab. If multiple georeferenced map files are available, a function of CYME allows keeping a link with the map files in order to display them. The Automatically load the maps from the database function found in the Background Map Advanced Options dialog box will permit loading only the maps fitting the area visible on the main display. Other map formats are supported by this function of CYME that makes a copy of the file(s) and changes the format to MapServer’s .GDS. The following map formats are handled: • • • • • • • • • •

Atlas GIS (.BNA) AutoCAD (.DXF) Digital Chart of the World (.VPF) ArcInfo Shape (ESRI) (.SHP) MapInfo (.MIF) Metafiles (.wmf, .emf) Microsoft Bitmap raster (.BMP) Tagged Image File (.tif) UK Ordnance Survey (.NTF) US Geological Survey (.OPT, .STD)

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Running CYME

Unless you have created a “shortcut” icon for CYME, you will run CYME from the “Start” menu: Start > Programs > CYME\CYME shortcut. The title bar shows the version number of the application, followed by the revision number. When your study is saved, the file name with the path is indicated next. Finally, the name of the active study window is also indicated. For example, CYME version 5.02., with the study saved and with one line “main” window active, appears as follows:

The Main Menu and Toolbar will be displayed, although most of the icons will be disabled until you open a study. See New Study and Open Study in the File menu (sections 4.1 and 4.2).

Note:

The path to the cyme.exe on your computer may be different.

Note:

Several editor and analysis commands are now directly accessible as public functions through the CYME COM Interface optional module. Users may write subroutines in Basic / Visual Basic / VB.NET / C / C++ / C# to access the functionality of CYME without opening the editor. Thus, enabling CYME to run as a background application. For more information, please contact CYME.

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Getting Help

1.7.1

Help Files and Contextual Help

The software comes with help files on the basic functions and on the analysis modules that are found under the Help menu. You can display the Reference Manual (which is this manual) and the Equipement Reference Manual detailing the parameters of the equipment and their settings. A third menu item, Users Guides. provide access to the manuals about the analysis modules for which you have a licence. You can hit the F1 key to display this Reference Manual on your screen. You can also display the help file text related to a dialog box by clicking on the Help icon located at the top right hand corner of the dialog box. icon in a dialog box will display additional Hovering your mouse over a round information about a specific field in this dialog box.

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CYME Manuals Available

The manuals are available through the Help menu of the program. The ones you will have access to depend on the modules installed with CYME. Note that some manuals are available only upon request to the CYME Technical Support service. Two basic manuals are available. The Reference Manual (this document) describes the user interface and the functions other than the analyses. (You can display this Reference Manual by hitting the F1 key on your keyboard.) The Equipment Reference Manual details the parameters of each equipment and how to set them in the field. Note that the Users Guides provide more in-depth guidance about the equipment settings, relevant to the analyses described. See the Help > Users Guide menu command to see which ones are available with your license. Other complementary manuals are:

1.7.3



The Knowledge Base Manual includes a listing of the error messages that can be reported by CYME with their possible causes and solutions.



The CYMVIEW – User Manual describes this complementary application that allows viewing the CYME-generated graphics and charts and customizing their appearance.



The CYME Database Reference and the CYME Import/Export manual.

Tutorials

Tutorial guides are integrated into the Help menu, helping users who are in search of guidelines on the use of the software. Select the Help > Tutorials menu option to display the following dialog box.

Select a subject matter in the List of tutorials to see the files that are available. Each tutorial document describes how to use a CYME module or function, or consists in a step-by-step exercice. Most tutorials are accompanied by a CYME self contained study file on which you apply the steps described in the related document. The documents are Adobe PDF files while the studies are CYME self contained studies. Make your selection by activating the check boxes next to the file names. Click the Start Tutorial button to display the PDF file on your screen and to load and display the self-contained study in your CYME application.

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Error Messages

Errors can be encountered in dialog boxes, in the user-interface or in the reports (simulation, input data, etc. A six-digit error code is being provided in a tabbed report appearing in the Reports window of the application (see 2.1.5). Users can either click on the hyperlink in reports, or click on the Help button in the Errors dialog boxes to access the Knowledge Base manual that provides a listing of the possible causes and solutions to each problem. 1.7.5

Revision Number

Select Help > About CYME to view the program’s version number, list of applications included with protection key, revision level, and date issued. You may need this information when requesting help from the CYME customer support team.

1.7.6

Read Me File

The Read Me file contains a listing and short description of the updates since the last revision. Display it using the Help > Read Me menu command.

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On-Line Information

The CYME web page address is: www.cyme.com. Latest news and overview information about our software and services can be consulted there. The Help > CYME on the Web > CYME Home Page menu option will quickly display the CYME web page in your Internet browser. The Help > CYME on the Web > CYME Forum menu option displays the CYME Discussion Forum Login Page in your Internet browser. Once registered to the Forum, you will have access to our knowledge base, post your question(s) and read questions and answers compiled by our in-house experts. To register to the Forum, click on the Register hyperlink and follow the instructions. Once you will have filled in the registration page and clicked the button Submit, a message is sent to CYME. A confirmation message will be returned to you once your request is accepted. You will be able then to access the forum topics related to the software you have purchased. 1.7.8

CYME Technical Support

Select the menu command Help > Technical Support to open a customer support email form (dialog box) to report technical problems to the CYME Support Team. Use this form to attach your opened study and supporting database, system setup information and send it to our customer support team.

To

The default ([email protected]) is the e-mail address of the CYME support team.

Cc

To type in an alternate e-mail address (es). This is optional.

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From

To provide information about the sender. The sender’s e-mail address, full name, and company are required as a minimum.

Note: The e-mail address indicated here will be used as the return address by the CYME Customer Support team. Subject:

Subject line that summarizes the support request.

Body of e-mail

Enter your requests / comments.

Attach a file

To select the attachment file(s) to be sent with the support e-mail.

Click on the Add button to select from your local drive(s) the file(s) you want to attach to the message. To remove a file thus added, highlight its name in the list and click Remove. As a complement, enable the checkboxes besides the CYME files you wish to send. These will be automatically attached when you will click the Send button: y Cymdist.ini: application startup settings y System Information: status of your PC’s configuration (hardware and software) and resource usage y Self-Contained Study: a ‘stand alone’ copy of the currently loaded study. Note that the study filename will be renamed to “network.sxst” for diagnostic purposes. See 4.7 Save Study As Self Contained. y Customization files: files defined in the File > Preferences dialog box, Configuration Files tab. (see 4.15.1).

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Advanced>>

To configure the local mail host settings (SMTP or MAPI).

To test your mail configuration setting, click Test Connection Click OK to accept your changes or Cancel, to discard them. Note: You may need to ask your network administrator for your local mail host settings. Note:

1.7.9

The command File > Send To Mail Recipient (see 4.17) can be used as an alternate way to contact the CYME customer support group.

How to Reach CYME by Phone and Fax You can reach the CYME customer support team by phone or by fax.

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Tel:

(450) 461-3655, International & Canada

Tel:

(800) 361-3627, USA & Canada

Fax:

(450) 461-0966, International & Canada

Fax:

(781) 229-2336, USA

e-mail:

[email protected]

Auto-recovery Mode

The Auto-Recovery mode saves the list of modifications should an undesired interruption of the program or the computer occurs. The last auto-saved copy of the study will be available to help user recuperate as much work done as possible. In the File > Preferences dialog box (see 4.15), users can specify the Recovery folder in which current study modifications are saved for auto-recovery purpose. Each modification made from the last saved study will be kept. Should the user desires to recover the work after an improper closing of their previous CYME session, the program will open the right study file, or load the networks from the correct database and the corresponding modifications.

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A Few Terms Section:

A length of conductor (3-, 2-, or 1-phase) to which equipment and load may be attached. A section is the basic building block of networks.

Feeder:

A set of connected sections that originate from a substation.

Network:

Set of connected sections making up an installation such as a substation, a secondary network or a feeder/group of feeders or a combination of these elements.

Study:

A sequence of modifications made to a selected network(s) for planning or analysis. A network in a study is either a copy of one stored in the Network database or it is a new one created during the study. Modifying a network during a study does not affect the original network in the Network database. To copy your modification to the network database, use the Database > Update Network command (section 6.5).

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Active Section:

The section that is to be affected by a command. To identify it easily, assign it a unique color via View > Display Options. Set the selection color and width in the Selection group found at the View Properties tab (see 10.2). To learn how to select sections and components, please refer to section 2.6.1 Component Selection.

Lateral:

A section connected to what is considered to be the main feeder. It often incorporates fewer phases or smaller conductors. It is pertinent to the Edit > Reconfigure Sections command (section 5.17).

Study File:

An electronic computer file containing information on a study. These files are normally saved in the project directory and have the extension *.XST (*.SXST for self contained studies)

Node:

A circular marker use as a connection point between sections and feeders. (Refer to 3.1 Section Structure and 3.3 Node Properties.

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2.1

Overview of the Graphical User Interface (GUI)

2.1.1

Main Display Screen (OLD Display)

This is the area where the network selected is displayed. You may have several different views loaded; then, this area will be tabbed to let you access those different views. The standard view is a Multiple Network View in which are displayed all networks that were loaded (see 7.1 Select Networks). Networks might be displayed in this view or represented as a symbol depending on their initial settings; while nested views will always be displayed as symbols in this view mode. Their content can be displayed as a separate view by double-clicking on their symbol in the main display, by clicking on the Step Into button located at the top right hand corner of the main display or by clicking on the associated tab at the bottom of the main display. In the nested view mode, only one network type can be viewed at a time; other types of networks cannot be shown or added in this view. The View button provides a faster access to various display options, including Simplified Views (see 11.11), layers and access to the View Properties options of the Display Options dialog box (see 10.2).

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Each view invoked is tabbed into the main display for easy access and display. You can define display parameters of each of these views. Refer to Chapter 10 Display Options and 11.11 Simplified View to learn about defining and using views. CYME supports two default view styles: georeferenced and schematic. Finally, a global view thumbnail window, the Overview Map, located at bottom right hand corner of the main display screen shows the whole network loaded. (see section 9.12). A blue rectangle shows the area zoomed in. If you have two or more views of your network running, each will contain its own overview map. 2.1.2

Main Menu

Located at the very top of the window it groups all of the commands available with the software key(s) you have installed on your computer, in pull-down menus. Most of the commands are disabled until you open a study. See 2.2 Menus for an overview of the menu categories available in CYME. Also, the Main Menu can be customized to show only the commands that are useful to the user (see the command Customize > Menu (section 11.1). 2.1.3

Toolbars

The Toolbars are located just below the Main Menu, and feature icons representing the most frequently used editing, navigation and analysis functions of CYME. Each icon has a corresponding command in the Main Menu. Note that most of the icons are disabled until you open a study. To see the list of toolbars available, select the View > Toolbars menu option or rightclick anywhere in the Toolbar area at the top of the window to display a menu. Checkmarks appear next to the names of the toolbars already displayed.

All Toolbars are described in section 2.5. Toolbars can be moved anywhere in the display. Icons may be rearranged, removed or re-inserted in the any of the toolbars, and the users can build their own (see 11.2 Toolbars).

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Explorer Bar

This configurable area is composed of moveable tabbed multi purposed commands and information interface that is presented in a tabular / tree structure. The commands available here can also be accessed via menu commands. More than one Explorer Bar window can be displayed at a time, refer to section 2.3 to learn more about this. Within each Explorer Bar view, you can attach or detach (hide) any of the tabs available. To display the Explorer Bars or customize its contents, select the View > Explorer Bars menu option (see 9.3). 2.1.5

Reports

This area is a configurable tabbed window that is displayed when reports are requested. See Report > On Calculation (chapter 8.2). This window can be floating or docked as desired. 2.1.6

Status Bar

Located at the bottom of the screen, it consists in two lines of text that identify information about the active database, the parameters of the selected section or node, and the cursor XY coordinates. The first line can be customized for the users; see 11.4 Status Bar. 2.1.7

Dialog Boxes

The dialog boxes contents depend on the CYME applications key installed on your computer. Tabs in dialog boxes are displayed appropriately based on the available licenses; thus avoiding confusion in distinguishing which data are required from which that are not. The example below shows the same window shown with the CYMHARMO module installed and the bottom one without.

The Select Network dialog box, all the Equipment dialog boxes (Equipement menu), several analysis dialog boxes and a few others can be resized to allow the proper display of item IDs with multiple characters. Note that all resized and repositioned dialog boxes are saved upon exit the dialog box. Hover your mouse along the edges of the dialog box; if it can be resized, the CHAPTER 2 –- THE CYME INTERFACE

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mouse cursor will change to a double-tipped arrow. Left click on an edge and drag with your mouse. The left hand pane only of the Section Properties dialog box can be displayed by clicking on the Collapse button appearing in that dialog box, thus hiding the Settings group boxes. Clicking on the Expand button appearing in the reduced dialog box will show all the dialog box elements again. Note that floating toolbars can be reshaped and that floating report windows can be resized as required.

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Menus

The Main Menu at the top of the CYME screen gives access to all CYME commands. Menu commands are enabled or disabled depending on whether there is an opened study or not. Additional menu options will be available if you have optional modules installed.

Each menu item contains sub menu options. To displays the sub menu click on the word with the left mouse button. File

Here you will find the commands that pertain to the general operation of the program, the opening and saving studies, exporting studies data, as well as printing graphics and reports. This menu also contains the commands for setting up general characteristics of the network, such as the system of units for length, the frequency and average earth resistivity. (These parameters affect the calculation / characteristics of your networks and should NOT be changed without due consideration.) The commands of The File Menu are described in Chapter 4. In this menu, as well, you will find access to the following tools: the Symbol Editor (see 4.19.1), the Graphic Viewer (see 4.19.2), and the optional Energy Profile Manager. For the latter, please refer to the Energy Profile Manager User Guide to learn about the functionality.

Edit

This menu contains the commands for finding and editing line sections. All graphic editing tools are found here. Note that the items in this menu are active only when a study is open. The commands of The Edit Menu are described in Chapter 5.

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Database

The commands in this menu pertain to the utilization of the databases used by CYME. This menu allows you creating your database configurations, incorporating the ones needed, updating as well as activating them for a given study. It also comprises commands to update your database based on the work done on the networks. Most of the commands in this menu are available whether there is a study opened or not. Chapter 6 describes the commands of The Database Menu.

Equipment

Use this menu to manage the equipment in your active database (add, delete, or modify). The equipment database is an inventory of equipment (such as transformers), which is available for connection in the network. The active database is updated as soon as you click OK. You can access this menu with or without an opened study. The Equipment menu options are covered at lenght in the Equipment Reference Manual.

Network

The Network Menu includes commands to load the available networks from the active database: feeders, networks and nested networks. It also provides the means to manage your network as a whole and define your load models names and various overall characteristics such as the customer types and environment. The commands found in this menu are described at Chapter 7.

Analysis

This menu provides access to all of your analysis functions. It includes all the basic analysis functions available with the CYME license. If optional analysis modules are acquired, the user will be able to access the additional programs via this menu. Each analysis is covered at length in one of the User Guides available. See the Help > Users Guide menu command to see which ones are available with your license and display them.

Report

The Report Menu includes the commands for requesting reports of calculation results, for customizing the tabular report formats, and for saving the reports to files. Reports can be based on simulation data or on equipment parameters. More details in Chapter 8.

View

The View Menu includes the commands that govern what you see on the screen (and what you do not want to see!). This includes the display of the elements of the program’s user interface. It also includes access to the Display Options commands for the user to adjust the display of the elements within the one-line diagrams. It is also from this menu that you can attach a map as the background to help you visualize the geography of the network circuits in your study. The View menu is described more in details in Chapter 9. See also Chapter 10 Display Options.

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Customize

The commands in The Customize Menu allow the user to modify the CYME interface, such as the icons that appear in the toolbars, the commands to be included in the menus, the calculation results to be displayed, etc. This menu also includes access to more advanced customization functions such as the view styles, the keywords, the validation rules, the filters, etc. The various commands available are described in Chapter 11.

Window

The Window Menu offers you the ability to open additional windows in which to view the networks in your study, perhaps with a different magnification, or to design another view with which to display your networks. See section 11.11 Simplified View, 11.12 View Styles and Chapter 10 Display Options to learn more about this. Other standard Windows commands are available in this menu as well (Tile, Cascade, etc.). More details in Chapter 12.

Help

From this menu, you can display an electronic version of this Reference Manual and of the Users Guides available in the form of Help Files, the Readme file for this version, access the CYME web page and Forum on the Internet, open the customer support e-mail form, and display the details about the revision number currently installed. Chapter 1.7 Getting Help describes the Help menu options along with other ways available to obtain assistance from the CYME team. To minimize the OLD display window. A title bar for each OLD display minimized will be displayed at the bottom left hand corner of the main display. Click on

in this title bar to restore the view.

To tile the OLD display windows into the main display area. To dismiss the OLD display window from the main display area.

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Explorer Bar

The Explorer Bar is an area that groups a number of frequently used functions organized under different tabs. You can have several Explorer Bar views, and within an Explorer Bar view, you can show or hide anyone of the available tabs. Right click in a free part of the tab area and select Add from the contextual menu. If you right click on a tab, you will be offered the choice to Remove it from the display or to Detach and display it in a separate bar. See also View > Explorer Bars to learn how to create your own view (section 9.3). You can also reposition the tabs directly on the display. Left click on the tab to move and drag it while keeping the mouse button down. The tabs available are: Databases, Symbol Bar, Network, Detailed View, Display, Switch Monitoring, Abnormal Conditions, Background Map and Equipment Search. If you have the Advanced Project Manager module installed, a tab named “Projects” will be available as well. 2.3.1

Databases Tab

The Databases tab provides a quick access to the most frequently used database functions of the application and lists the database configurations that you have created.

Create

Clicking on this shortcut displays the CYME Database Wizard to create a new database configuration based on existing or new database files. Same as Database > Create. See 6.3.

Import

Displays the CYME Database Utilities Wizard with which you can import data into a supported CYME 5.02 database type (existing or new). Same as Database > Import. See 6.6.

Export

Displays the CYME Database Utilities Wizard with which you can export database data to other formats. Same as Database > Export. See 6.7.

Database configurations

A tree-like list of the databases configurations created appears right below the New, Import and Export shortcuts. Clicking on the “ ” icon will expand the selected branch and clicking on the “ ” will collapse it.

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If you right click on any of the database names in that list, a contextual menu will appear with all or some of following commands: Connect/ Disconnect

To select the database configuration you wish to work with, select the option Connect. The icon of the database that is set as the active one and its name will appear in bold, while the icons of the will be green other databases in the list will appear in grey. You can also use the Database > Database Manager menu option to achieve this (with more options). See section 6.2 for details. Only one database can be active at any given time.

Delete

Same as Database > Delete. See section 6.4 for details.

Rename

To change only the name of configuration that you select in the list (active or not).

Import

Same as the Database > Import file command (see 6.6), except that the target database will be the one already specified for the configuration which name was highlighted in the list when you invoked the command.

Export

Same as the Database > Export file command (see 6.7), except that the source database will be the one already specified for the configuration which name was highlighted in the list when you invoked the command.

Properties

Displays the Database Connections Properties dialog box to modify your database connection settings that were originally set using the Database > Create dialog box (see 6.3).

You can also use the Database Manager dialog box (Database > Database Manager menu command) to do those modifications. (See 6.2).

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Symbol Bar Tab

The Symbol Bar tab enables you to build or modify your network in a drag and drop environment via an equipment list. CYME supplies four default groups. The General group comprises the network and equipment components commonly used to build networks. The Sources group comprises generators and dynamic resources used (for example) in distributed generation models. The Switching and Protection group and the Harmonics group include equipment of these types. You can also create and add your own equipment group using the Add Group option of the bar’s contextual menu. Other default groups are made available here with the Transient Analysis optional module installed. When building/modifying a network, the symbol bar is used by dragging and dropping the icons onto the main display. In most cases, once an icon is dropped onto the Main Display area, the Properties dialog box will be displayed. When adding new equipment onto a section, double click on the section to display the Properties dialog box in order to adjust the settings of the equipment. Note that you can drag and drop equipment onto the network in any order (not necessarily in their connection order) and connect them later on. Finally, you can create symbol bar items composed of one or several elements that you can drag and drop on the main display when building a network featuring repetitive elements. See 2.3.2.1 Create Network/Device Template.

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Right-clicking on any of the symbols in any of the groups of the Symbol Bar tab will display a contextual menu. Add Group

Displays the Customize Group dialog box (with no selection) to create your own customized group of elements (chosen in any category listed). Type in a group Name and Select your items to include in your new group.

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Remove Group

Selecting this option will immediately remove the group from the Explorer Bar (no deletion confirmation prompt).

Customize Group

Displays the Customize Group dialog box where you can add or remove elements (chosen in any category listed).

Remove Item

To remove an item for the view. For items created by the user, the command will permanently remove the item.

Restore Default

This command will restore all symbol bars to their default configuration.

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2.3.2.1 Create Network/Device Template The Create Network/Device Template contextual menu command eases the building of networks comprising repetitive elements. The templates are stored in the Symbol Bar tab of the Multi-explorer bar as an item that can be used for network building via a simple drag-and-drop. The user can also allocate a symbol and a connection mode to each template created. For the creation of network templates, the user selects sections with the multiple selection tool and the group cut/copy/paste commands. A group of elements can thus be selected and be made a template. Select the element or group of elements and do a right-click to display the contextual menu; select the Create Network Template option in that menu. The network templates can be dropped onto a node of the network displayed for immediate connection or placed in an empty area of the display to be connected later.

The Create Device Template contextual menu command allows the creation of templates of devices that feature complex settings or devices with specific loads or devices complemented with instruments. The device templates are added to the Symbol Bar as an item that can be placed on the network as any other device. They can be dragged and dropped onto a node or a section for immediate connection. The templates can be added to any existing group in the Symbol Bar interface and are available for inclusion in groups created later.

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2.3.3

Network Tab

The Network tab provides a quick access to some useful commands related to the loading and display of the networks, which includes feeders, substations, secondary networks and sub-networks. This functionality is very useful when you have a large and complex network to work on. The Network tab pane displays a tree list of the networks by categories of the database that is currently Connected (see 2.3.1 Databases Tab). When you right click in the background of the pane, a contextual menu will be displayed with the options to Expand All the groups or Collapse All. With the Auto-locate function of that menu activated, a double click on any of the names of the loaded networks center its head node in the display. Double click on the name of a network that is not loaded to load and display it. A “network” icon ( ) appears besides the name of a loaded network, while a “database” icon ( ) appears next to the name of a network present in the database but not loaded in memory.

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A Search command is available at the bottom of the list to quickly find the network you are looking for. Type in its name or a part of the name and click on the Search icon ( ). Clicking on that icon again will highlight the next instance containing the characters typed in. Note that this command is not case sensitive. Other commands are available for the individual networks in the list. The commands are accessed through a contextual menu that is displayed by right-clicking on the name of the network you wish to take action on. Locate

Zooms in and centers the display on the corresponding head node of the network highlighted in the list.

Report

Displays a tabular report containing a list of the IDs of all sections, equipment and lines composing the network selected, along with the lengths (when applicable) and the coordinates. Section IDs and Equipment IDs are hyperlinked; when you click on an ID, the element will be highlighted and centered on the main display and the corresponding Properties dialog box will be displayed.

Load Unload

To load a network, right click on the name and select Load. Note that CYME will load the network based on the Tracing Mode currently active in the Select Networks dialog box (see 7.1). So if one of the options Load Network with all or with minimum dependencies is active, the program will display only the network selected for loading but will load all networks that have a dependency with the one selected for loading. You can also load all the networks in a group by selecting the Load option from the contextual menu obtained when right clicking on the name of that group in the tree list. The Unload option will unload the network selected from the memory and remove the network from the display. Note that the Unload option will not appear in the contextual menu if you have modified that network. You will need to use the command Update Network (see 6.5)

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before being able to unload it from the memory. The name of the network unloaded remains in the list with a “database” icon ( ) to the left of the name indicating this status. The Network Selection dialog box will be displayed upon loading a network if the option Show network selection dialog when loading from the Network Tab is enabled. This option is located at the Editor tab of the File > Preferences dialog box (see 4.15.5).

2.3.4

Hide (Show)

Does not unload the network but removes it from the display. You can hide a network that has been modified.

Delete

This command deletes the network from the database. You can recuperate the network data with the modifications made using the menu command Edit > Undo Modif. The data will be definitely deleted once you will have used the command Database > Update Network (see section 6.5)

Properties

Displays the Network Properties dialog box corresponding to the network selected in the list. Refer to chapter 5.9 Add Network for explanations about the dialog box and its tab windows. Double-clicking on the name of a network that is marked as loaded will have the same effect.

Detailed View Tab

The Detailed View tab can be seen as a continuation of the Network tab as it displays the list of the devices, interconnections, loops and phase merging components of the loaded networks (i.e. active database) in the form of a tree list.

Short-cut buttons Auto Locate (active) (inactive)

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With this option activated in the contextual menu, the elements in the list will be identified by the corresponding section identifier. With the icon visible, the effect is the same. When this option is de-activated in the contextual menu, the elements in the list will be identified by the corresponding device number. This is the same than having the

Group by filter

icon visible.

To create User-defined filters to apply to the Detailed View list. The filters that appear in the Detailed View tab are activated through the User Defined Filters dialog box. You can add filters to the overall list (they will be added at the bottom) or add them to groups.

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New Group of Favorites

With this functionality, you can keep a list of the devices or group of devices you most often access or use. Opens the New Favorite Group dialog box where you will type in the name of the new group you wish to create. Clicking OK will add the name of the group to the list.

To add elements to the group, highlight the IDs of the item and select Add to Favorites from its contextual menu. You can add several items at a time by keeping the SHIFT or the CTRL key depressed while making your selection in the list and accessing the contextual menu.

Adding an element to a Favorites Group does not remove it from the main list.

Contextual menu A right click in the background of the pane displays a contextual menu containing the options listed above plus the following ones. Expand All / Collapse All

To unfold (display) all the layers and show all components / To return to the roots of the trees and hide all components. You can also use the “ ” and the “ ” icons to expand or collapse the selected branch of the list.

Evaluate all filters

With this option enabled ( ), each time a modification is made in the network and each time a simulation is run, CYME reapplies the active filters to the network to identify all the elements that fit the parameters of each filter. When the option disabled, the user can reapply any filter by clicking on its name in the Detailed View tab’s list.

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A right click on a group name in the tree list (including global filters) will provide access to a number of the functions listed above, to the Group Properties dialog box (discussed at length at chapter 3.4), and to some or all of the following functions: Group by Keyword

To create sub-groups within a category based on a keyword. In the example shown below, the keyword “Phase” was selected. You can remove the grouping by selecting the option “Reset”.

Apply fault

Applicable to Nodes, Lines and Cables, this option will open the ShortCircuit Analysis dialog box to allow the execution of a short-circuit analysis of any of the Conventional, ANSI or CEI type. Refer to the CYMDIST Basic Analysis Users Guide or the the CYMFAULT Reference Manual and Users Guide for more details about how to perform the analyses.

Highlight

Will place on the one-line display a circle around all devices included in the group (or a subgroup within a group) from which the contextual menu was invoked.

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Report

Displays a tabular report containing information about the devices included in the category selected.

A right click on an item of the list opens its contextual menu, and depending on the item’s type and status, you will be able to perform various operations: locate, load, unload, hide, show, delete, connect, disconnect, etc. To that effect, refer to chapter 3.2.4 Section and Nodes Contextual Menus to learn about the various options. It also gives access to the related Section Properties dialog box, to edit the settings of the device, see its failure history, etc. For the devices, the contextual menu also contains a Display options sub menu that will give access to the parameters relevant to the device. Selecting one of the options in this sub menu will display the Display Options child dialog box corresponding to the selection for that device, so the user can edit the parameters right away.. See the example below. Refer to Chapter 10 Display Options for details.

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Finally, the item contextual menu may contain a Tag > Properties option that will display a dialog box is composed of the same Text and Options tabs that you will find in the corresponding Tags and Text dialog box of the Display Options, however for that specific element in the one-line display, rather than globally for that type of element. You also have the possibility to display that specific tag or not.

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Display Tab

The Display tab provides a quick access to the functions found at the Display Layers Selection tab of the View > Display Options dialog box (see section 10.1 for details on the options). Click on the and on the

icon to select the layer to utilize

icon to see the items contained in the layer

icon displays the associated dialog box selected. The for changing the settings.

Note:

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Switch Monitoring Tab

With the functionality at the Switch Status Monitoring tab you can verify and monitor the status of switching devices available on the network. The monitoring portion of this control displays the switch status changes read from a file. Users can quickly apply the new status to the networks loaded in the view.

The Switch Monitoring tab window is composed of three columns: Type

Type of switching devices. It is possible to filter the devices you want to see in the list. Click on the Filter icon ( ) at the top of the column to display the Switch Monitoring dialog box and select the types of devices for which you need to see the information.

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Click on the Filter icon ( ) at the top of the column to display the devices you want to see based on their phase.

When a filter is applied, the Filter icon shows a checkmark ( Status

).

Click on a cell to toggle the status of the device between Open and Closed. It is possible to filter the devices you want to see in the list. Click on the Filter icon ( ) at the top of the column to display the Switch Monitoring dialog box and select the devices you want to see based on their status.

When a filter is applied, the Filter icon shows a checkmark (

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Abnormal Condition Tab

The Abnormal Condition tab window will list all the abnormal conditions present in the network after running an analysis. This control is updated automatically after a simulation. All abnormal conditions are listed by device type along with a symbol which color indicates the type of condition and with a hyperlink on the device ID for quickly locating the device in the view. You can sort the list in ascending or descending order by double-clicking on the column headers. Choose the colors via View > Display Options; click on the Modify button in the Symbols group box (see 10.1.1) to display the Symbols – Default symbols dialog box, and go to the Abnormal Conditions tree item in the list. The dialog box will display the parameters you can set for each condition.

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Background Map Tab

The Background Map functionality is an optional CYME module. The Background Map module allows displaying a map behind the One Line Diagram. A map may consist of one or more “layers” or “sheets” (individual map images). CYME can display native AutoCAD file formats, ESRI Shapefile or other formats supported by MapServer (converted to .gsf files). Maps may be loaded in an opened study or imported into a database. The list of loaded maps will be saved in the study and reloaded the next time it is opened if the option Save background map file is checked at the Options Tab of the File > Properties dialog box (see 4.18.2). A list of maps can also be imported into a database. When loading networks from a database containing maps, the maps in the area visible on the main display will be automatically loaded. The user can quickly activate this tab window using the View > Background Map menu command or by clicking on the Background Map icon of the Display toolbar (see 2.5.7). Refer to the Background Map Users Guide for all information on the functionality of this optional CYME module

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Equipment Search Tab

The Equipment Search tab window is used to search the TCC curve library to find all protective devices/instruments which names contain a given value or string. The results are presented in a tree view according to their type. The elements in each category is then grouped according to other criteria: •

Fuses: grouped by Manufacturer, then by Model.



LVCBs: grouped by Type, then by Manufacturer.



Reclosers: grouped by Type, then by Control Type.



Overcurrent Relays: grouped by Type, then by Manufacturer



Motor Relays: grouped by Manufacturer.

A green dot on a folder icon indicates that at least one device/instrument is already present in the CYME database. No dot on a folder icon indicates that no device/instrument contained in that folder is in the CYME database. A green dot next to a device/instrument name indicates that this element is part of the CYME database. To view its properties, right click on the icon and select Properties from the contextual menu. The properties will displayed in a read-only dialog box. To edit the properties, go to the corresponding menu item in the Equipment menu. A red dot indicates that the element is not part of the CYME database. To include it, right click on it and select Create from the contextual menu. By default, CYME proposes the same syntax than the ID present in the TCC library.

Upon clicking OK, if the ID already exists in the CYME library, the user will be prompted to type in a new ID, as all device/instruments IDs are unique in the CYME database. Once the item is created, a green dot appears next to its name in the list. You can drag and drop any item showing a green dot on the one-line diagram to create the device/instrument on a section. In the case of an instrument, the related Properties dialog box will be displayed. In the case of a device, the Section Properties dialog box will displayed. Refer to the Equipment Reference Manual for details about the properties and settings of the devices and instruments.

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Advanced Project Manager

The Advanced Project Manager is an extensive tool that supports the collaborative and detailed preparation of a project that consists in modifications to the network with related simulations. Its interface is a tab displayed in the Explorer Bar. You can display it the same way as any tab of Explorer Bar. The Advanced Project Manager allows saving the modifications to the network part of the project as a separate multi-level structure rather than in the network database. The user can link a selection of simulations to projects or subprojects. These include: voltage drop, shortcircuit, load allocation, load growth/load flow and contingency analysis. Also, the network displayed, the database used, the map and the TCC settings database can be linked to a project. The Advanced Project Manager is an optional feature that is used together with the Network Forecaster module (also optional). Refer to the Network Forecaster User Guide for more information on the use of the Advanced Project Manager.

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Toolbars

Toolbars appear directly beneath the main menu. They contain icons that are shortcuts to frequently used menu commands. To control which toolbar to display, use the menu command View > Toolbars (see 9.1); or right-click on an empty part of the toolbar area to display a contextual menu that will allow you to select the toolbars you wish to see. To customize the contents of the toolbars, use the menu command Customize > Toolbars (see 11.2). Just like for the menus, the commands are enabled or disabled depending on whether there is an opened study or not. 2.5.1

Main

NEW STUDY. Click on the button to open a new study (blank window) with the temporary title, « New » – "Main" window). Equivalent menu command: File > New Study. Click on the Load Networks button in this toolbar to display the Select Networks dialog box and get started with existing networks (see 7.1). LOAD NETWORK(S). Displays the Load Networks dialog box that allows you to select the networks to load and view from the active database into the window. Equivalent menu commands: Network > Select Networks (see 7.1). OPEN STUDY. Displays a list of existing studies. Double-click on the one you want to open. Equivalent menu command: File > Open Study (see4.2). MERGE STUDY. Displays a list of existing studies. Double-click on the one you want to open and merge with the study currently active. Equivalent menu command: File > Merge Study. SAVE STUDY. Updates the existing study file, or, if the study is new, creates a study file with the name you specify. By default, study files have the extension *.XST and the self-contained studies have an *.SXST extension. Equivalent menu command: File > Save Study. PRINT. Prints what you see in the active window section (one-line, report or chart). Equivalent menu command: File > Print. PRINT PREVIEW. Displays each page of the active window area (one-line, report or chart) as it will look when printed. Equivalent menu command: File > Print Preview (see 4.13). Use the File > Page Setup to set the layout of your one-line print out (see 4.10). See also Report > Format for the layout setting commands available for reports (see 8.7).

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DISPLAY PRINT AREA. To select the area to be printed. When you click on this icon the cursor will change to . You can look at the result using the Print Preview command and print it using the Print command. When done with your selection, click again on the icon to return the cursor to its original state. DISPLAY PAGE LAYOUT. To view your one-line on a page background. Unlike the actual print area functionality, the page layout is not an area selection mode which prevents from edition and normal interaction with the one-line diagram. It is only a mode where a white page with a gray background is displayed. It is possible to add elements outside the page borders. Elements outside the page borders won’t be printed. ) located at the top right hand corner of the Click on the page icon ( page to display a menu that will allow you to Fit the network in page and set the page orientation to Portrait or Landscape. These commands are available as well in the Page Layout toolbar (see 2.5.14).

The three other options available in this menu are the same as: File > Page Setup (see 4.10), File > Print Preview (see 4.13) and File > Print (see 4.14). Hint:

Display your one-line on several “pages” using the Multiple pages option found in the File > Page Setup dialog box (see 4.10).

GO UPSTREAM. Selects the section or the node immediately upstream from the active section or node to be the new active one. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Select > Previous. LOCATE. Centers the window view and zooms in on the location of the active section or node. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Select > Find Current. GO DOWNSTREAM. Selects the section immediately downstream of the active section to be the new active section. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Select > Next. If there are two or more possibilities, their ID will be listed as a drop down menu to the button, from where to choose from.

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UNDO MODIFICATION. To undo the last change. You may undo as many consecutive changes as desired: click the down arrow to see the list of modifications done. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Undo Modif. REDO MODIFICATION. Cancels the last Undo command. You may redo as many undone changes as desired. Not available until at least one change has been undone. Click the down arrow to see a list of modifications to ‘redo’. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Redo Modif. ZOOM IN. Magnifies the view. Equivalent menu command: View > Zoom > In. ZOOM TO FIT. Reduces or enlarges the view magnification so that the entire One-Line Diagram (including any attached maps) fits in the window. Equivalent menu command: View > Zoom > Fit. ZOOM OUT. Reduces view magnification. View > Zoom > Out.

Equivalent menu command:

SHOW EXPLORER BAR. Shows or hides the Explorer Bar. Equivalent menu command: View > Explorer Bars (see 9.3). SHOW REPORTS. Displays or hides the reports that were selected in the Reports dialog box after a simulation has been run and selected for display in the Reports dialog box. Equivalent menu command View > Reports. ANALYSIS REPORTS. Displays the Reports dialog box from which you can request reports based on calculation results. Equivalent menu command: Report > On Calculation (see 8.2). DATA RULES EDITOR. Displays the Validation Rules Editor dialog box where your can refine the default CYME data rules by adding your own specific restrictions and data ranges. Equivalent menu command: Customize > Validation Rules (see 11.8). 2.5.2

Find

HISTORY MODE. When enabled, the combo box will list only the Ids of the searched results, allowing you to jump between recently searched items. SEARCH FIELD. To select the item you wish to find. Once selected, it is automatically highlighted on the main display, zoomed in, and centered in the window. The items available in the combo box are filtered based on parameters that are set in the Search dialog box. PROPERTIES. Displays the Search dialog box where you can modify the search parameters. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Find (see 5.4). PREVIOUS. Shows on the main display the previous item in the filtered list of items.

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FIND. Locates and centers in the display the item which ID appears (or is typed in) the Search field. NEXT. Shows on the main display the next item in the filtered list of items. SHOW CIRCLE DEVICE. Displays a circle on the One Line around every instances of the equipment for which a filter is active, to help you see where they are. To use this option, you must enable the option Use Filters in the Search Properties field of the expanded dialog box. See Edit > Find. Hint: Choose the circle size and color via View > Display Options; click on the Modify button in the Symbols group box (see 10.1.1) to display the Symbols – Default symbols dialog box. Go to the Network Symbols tree item in the list and highlight the Circle devices option by clicking once on it. The dialog box will display the parameters you can set. 2.5.3

Color Coding Layer

LIST OF LAYERS. Available layers listed in alphabetical order, under two categories: Analysis Layers and General Layers. The layers available here are the same than the ones in the Color Coding group box of the Display Options dialog box (see 10.1.2). SHOW LAYER SETTINGS. Displays the Color Coding dialog box defined for the layer selected along with the thresholds and their associated colors. You may edit the existing parameters, add or remove thresholds directly in this dialog box. You may add, modify or delete Color Coding layers. Equivalent to the Customize > Color Coding dialog box (see 11.14). 2.5.4

Tag Layer

LIST OF TAG LAYERS. Displays the list of layers of tagged device types. The layers available here are the same than the ones in the Tags and Text group box of the Display Options dialog box (see 10.1.3). SHOW TAG AND TEXT LAYER SETTINGS. Displays the Tags and Text dialog box defined for the layer selected. You may edit the existing parameters directly in this dialog box. You may add, modify or delete Tags and Text layers.

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Simulation

LIST OF ANALYSES. Select from this list the analysis you wish to run. The analyses listed here will be the ones for which you have an active license. RUN SIMULATION. Displays the analysis dialog box corresponding to the analysis selected in the List of Analyses. All analyses can also be accessed via the Analysis menu. Refer to the corresponding CYME User Manual for further information on each of them. See the Help > Users Guide menu command to see which ones are available with your license and display them. RE-RUN SIMULATION. To redo the same analysis using the parameters just set. Useful when making changes on the network. SHOW ABNORMAL CONDITIONS. Will display the sections with abnormal conditions on the OLD display. The color and size of the lines can be set through the Display Options dialog box. Click on the Modify button in the Symbols group box (see 10.1.1). Go to the Abnormal Conditions tree item in the list, select an option and adjust its parameters in the right hand part of the dialog box. SHOW REPORTS. Displays the Reports dialog box from which you can request calculation results. Equivalent menu command: Report > On Calculation (see 8.2).

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CHART SELECTION. Displays the Chart Selection dialog box. Place a checkmark next to the charts you wish to display and click Plot. You can modify the look of the charts; click on the Customize button or see the menu command Customize > Charts (see section 11.9). Apply on allows the user to plot simulation results of feeders or of a selected node, section or group of sections. The Filter option allows to narrow down the results tracing based on user-defined filters. See 11.7 Filters.

2.5.6

Editor Tools

To use the commands in the Editor Tools toolbar, select the circuit symbol to be involved in the action and then select the icon of the command wanted in the toolbar. Doubleclick the left mouse button anywhere in the diagram window to display the dialog box associated with the action. The mouse cursor will change to reflect the command chosen. For example:

The selected command remains selected until you select another one. When you have a command selected, pressing the ESC key will deactivate the command and activate the mouse normal mode, which is the Properties mode. NEW NESTED VIEW. Displays the Nested View Properties dialog box. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Add Nested View (see 5.7 for further information). NEW SOURCE. Displays the Source Properties dialog box at the Source tab to create a new head node. Use this command to create a secondary source(s) within a substation network or not. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Add Source (see 5.8). NEW NETWORK. Displays the Properties dialog box at the Network tab window to create a new network (head node), a substation, a secondary network or a transmission line at the cursor location. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Add Network (see 5.9).

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ADD SECTION. To draw a new section from the selected node to the current mouse position. The Section Properties dialog box is displayed automatically. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Add Section (see 5.11). To draw new sections without having to fill out the Section Properties data immediately at each addition, go to File > Preferences; select the Editor tab (see 4.15.5) and disable the Display Section Properties dialog when adding a section option. CUT. Copies to the clipboard the properties and symbols of a feeder or a substation (but not its connections) and removes it from the display. The contents of the clipboard can be copied back anywhere on the display using the command Paste. COPY. Copies the properties and symbols of a section and its nodes (but not its connections and coordinates) or of a group of sections or of a feeder to the clipboard. PASTE. Copies the contents of the clipboard to the display. Reconnect the pasted section(s) using the Edit > Connect command (see 5.19) or using the Connect to command from the node’s contextual menu. DELETE. Click on the icon and double-click on the selected section to delete it. The Delete dialog box will appear to confirm the deletion. You may also delete all the downstream sections. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Delete. Use the command Database > Update Network (section 6.5) to remove the deleted element from the database. MOVE. Select multiple sections or a section with its two nodes, then drag the selection to move it. (All connections are maintained.) Equivalent menu command: Edit > Move (see 5.21). Note that it is the nodes that are moved, thus if you select a section without one of its nodes, this command will not operate. PROPERTIES. To select sections or nodes with a left button mouse click, and to display the Properties dialog box of the item selected with a double click. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Properties (see 5.28). A single click allows selecting a section or a node on the one-line diagram. To select several, keep the CTRL key depressed while single-clicking on all the needed sections and/or nodes. The item(s) selected are highlighted on the display. Other group selection tools are included in this toolbar; see 2.6 Mouse Commands below. for more details about the actions that can be done with the use of the mouse. Note: Properties is the mouse normal selection mode. Whenever the mouse is in another mode (such as “Source”, “Move”, “Calc.”, etc., pressing the “ESC” key on the keyboard will revert the mode to that normal mode. REGION SELECTION. To select a group of sections in a rectangular area. The sections highlighted (selected) will be the ones that both start and end nodes were included into the selection rectangle. To add or remove individual sections, press the CTRL key and hold it Hint: down while you left click once on the sections to add or remove; which is useful to select the components to be part of a group, or sections that are not contiguous.

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MULTIPLE SELECTION. Displays the Multiple Selection wizard to select branches downstream from the selected section. Make your section selection by clicking on them on the display (From, To) or from the drop down list (To). You have different tracking options to exclude/include branches with different switching/protective devices and laterals to limit the selection range.

The multiple-selection tool also displays the electrical length (sum of the length of all conductors within the selection) and the geographical distance (the direct distance between start point and end point within selection. CLEAR SELECTION. Un-selects any selection / active sections.

2.5.7

Display

SHOW GRID LINES. Displays a grid on the Main Display as a series of lines. Refer to View > Display Options > View Properties tab; Window Options group box (section 10.2.2). SHOW GRID POINTS. Displays a grid on the Main Display as a series of dots. Refer to View > Display Options > View Properties tab; Window Options group box (section 10.2.2).

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DISPLAY MULTIPLE SELECTION HANDLES. Displays a rectangle around a multiple selection, group or region selection with corner and side handles allowing to resize the selection as a whole or to rotate the group. You may activate this function before or after making your selections.

DISPLAYS PHASE DIRECTION. Displays arrows on the sections to illustrate the phases and their directions.

DISPLAYS SINGLE-PHASE SECTIONS. Click on this button to display or hide all single-phase sections. DISPLAYS TWO-PHASE SECTIONS. Click on this button to display or hide all two-phase sections. DISPLAYS THREE-PHASE SECTIONS. Click on this button to display or hide all three-phase sections. DISPLAYS REAL POWER FLOW DIRECTION. Displays an arrow at the end of the section indicating the direction of the real power flow. The color of the arrow can be changed. Go to View > Display Options and click on the Modify button in the Symbols group box. (see 10.1.1). Go to the Network Symbols tree list item and select the Flow Direction option applicable. Change the parameters in the right hand part of the dialog box. DISPLAYS REACTIVE POWER FLOW DIRECTION. Displays an arrow at the end of the section indicating the direction of the reactive power flow. The color of the arrow can be changed just as for the real power flow direction arrow. See above.

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HIGHLIGHTS THE CIRCUIT PATH UPSTREAM OF THE SELECTED SECTION. Select a section; then click on the button to highlight the upstream part of the network up to the first open point, or up to the source if there are no open points. The laterals are not highlighted. HIGHLIGHTS THE CIRCUIT PATH DOWNSTREAM OF THE SELECTED SECTION. Select a section; then click on the button to highlight the downstream part of the network down to the first open point, or to the end of the network if there are no open points. All laterals are highlighted as well. DISPLAY ALL PROTECTION INSTRUMENTS. To display/hide the symbols of the instruments attached to a protection device. The command to add instruments in included in the section or the node contextual menus (see 3.2.4 Section and Nodes Contextual Menus). REARRANGE ALL NETWORKS IN VIEW. Rearranges all the networks displayed orthogonally. The menu command Edit > Rearrange One-Line Diagram (see 5.22) rearranges the network(s) downstream of the point clicked on only. To revert to the geographical display, use the Edit > Undo Modification menu command (see 5.1) or the Undo Modif button located in the Main toolbar (see 2.5.1). SHOW ALL CONNECTIONS. A breakpoint is a drawing element that allows hiding the section portion downstream of the breakpoint. A breakpoint is installed using the corresponding command in the Section and Nodes Contextual Menus (see 3.2.4). A tag is displayed at the breakpoint indicating it. To display the complete section, click the Show All Connection button.

DISPLAY BEST FIT. Will resize all drawing elements (line width, font size, symbol size) in relation to one another. The corresponding drawing settings found in the Display Options dialog box are changed (see the General Options at the View Properties tab (chapter 10.2.1) for more information about this). Note: The changes made to the display cannot be undone using the Undo Modif command. Note: You can set the program to perform this action automatically upon opening a view. See the General Options of the View Properties tab of the Display Options dialog box as well (chapter 10.2.1).

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SELECT DEVICE VIEW. To select a filtered view and apply it to the display. Upon selecting one of the configurations proposed, CYME displays the simplified view as a new tab in the main display screen. To create filters to display only the types of equipment, lines and loads wanted, select the Customize option in the drop-down list. Keyword filters can be utilized. The filters are created using the Customize > Simplified View dialog box (see 11.11) that is also displayed when selecting the Customize option proposed when clicking this icon. Various views can be created and saved to be accessed later on using the drop-down list of this button. You can display as many simplified views as desired. Before selecting a new simplified view to display, enable the main one-line display by clicking on its tab. SHOW OVERVIEW MAP. Opens the Overview Map thumbnail view on the OLD display. See 9.12 Overview Map. BACKGROUND MAP. Activates the Background Map Tab of the MultiExplorer pane (see 2.3.8) of the software to select and display a map in the background of the one-line display. Equivalent menu command: View > Background Map (see 9.11). DISPLAY OPTIONS. Opens the Display Chapter 10). 2.5.8

Options

dialog box (see

Tooltip Layer

LIST OF TOOLTIP LAYERS. Displays the list of layers of tooltips per device types. The layers available here are the same than the ones available from the Tooltips group box of the Display Options dialog box (see 10.1.4). SHOW TOOLTIP LATER SETTINGS. Displays the Tooltips dialog box defined for the layer selected. You may edit the existing parameters directly in this dialog box. You may add, modify or delete Tooltip layers. 2.5.9

Load Model

LIST OF LOAD MODELS. Set with the Load Model Manager. All analysis, reports and result boxes will use the active load model.

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LOAD MODEL MANAGER. To create load models names. The customer types part of the load model are created using the Customer Type Manager button. This data is saved with the self-contained study. Same as Network > Load Model Manager (section 7.8). CUSTOMER TYPE MANAGER. Display the Customer Types dialog box where you can edit the existing customer types and create new ones. You can also access this function from the menu Network > Customer Types (see 7.5). 2.5.10 Database

SELECT DATABASE. To display the Database Manager dialog box to designate an existing database configuration as the “active” or working database either by its name or any other of its available parameters. Equivalent menu command: Database > Database Manager (see 6.2). Note: Use the command Database > Create (see 6.3) to create a new database configuration. SELECT DEFAULT DATABASE CONFIGURATION. To designate an existing database configuration as the “active” or working database. The selection is made by names of configurations only. See also the Connect contextual menu option found in the Databases Tab (see 2.3.1). Go to the Database > Database Manager dialog box for more options (see 6.2). CONNECT/DISCONNECT. To connect to the database configuration which name appears in the combo box and make it the active one for the study. Clicking on this button while enabled will close the study and disconnect from the currently active database configuration. UPDATE NETWORK. Applies to the active network database all the modifications made in the opened study. Note that this update will affect all studies that are based on this database. Equivalent menu command: Database command Update Network (section 6.5). IMPORT DATA. Displays the CYME Database Utilities Wizard that you can use to import data into a supported CYME 5.02 database type (existing or new). Equivalent menu command: Database > Import (see 6.6). EXPORT DATA. Displays the CYME Database Utilities Wizard that you can use to export database data to other formats. Equivalent menu command: Database > Export (see 6.7). REMOVE DATABASE CONFIGURATION. Deletes the currently active database configuration. Same as Database > Delete. See section 6.4 for details.

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2.5.11 Advanced Editor Tools

INSERT SECTION. Adds a new section (of the same length) just upstream of the selected section. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Add Section (see 5.11). The Section Properties dialog box is displayed automatically. As with the Add Section command of the Editor Tools toolbar, you can disable the automatic display of the Section Properties dialog box. SPLIT SECTION. Like Insert Section. However, the existing section has a length value of ‘zero’. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Split Section (see 5.13). The Section Properties dialog box is displayed automatically. As with the Add Section command of the Editor Tools toolbar, you can disable the automatic display of the Section Properties dialog box. ASSIGN ZONE. To group a number of sections into a zone and attaches a label to the sections of the zone. Click on the button and double-click on a section on the display. The Assign Zone dialog box is displayed to specify the parameters of the zone. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Assign Zone (see 5.10). DELETE ZONE. Removes the zone attribute from the sections in that zone. Deleting a zone does not delete any sections. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Delete Zone (see 5.26). ROTATE SECTION. Double-click the left mouse button and keep the button depressed at the second click, then drag anywhere on a circle with radius equal to the section’s own length. Note that is the ‘To Node’ of the selected section that is being repositioned. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Rotate Section (section 5.14).

CONNECT. Connects two or more sections together. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Connect (see 5.19). DISCONNECT. Removes the connection between two sections without deleting either section. (A temporary node is created) Equivalent menu command: Edit > Disconnect (see 5.20). OPEN/CLOSE A SWITCH. To open or close a switching device. The Toggle dialog box is displayed for the selection of the device to toggle. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Open/Close (see 5.18).

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RECONFIGURATION. Opens the Reconfiguration dialog box to change the line or cable type on a set of contiguous sections or add / remove phases to the selected section. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Reconfigure Sections (see 5.17). RECALCULATE LENGTH OF SECTIONS. Re-calculates the length of the selected section, or selected and downstream sections, or all sections in memory. The results are displayed on the second line of the status bar. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Calculate Section Length (see 5.15). AUTOMATIC RENAMING. Displays the Automatic Section Renaming dialog box to change the name and/or ID of the selected section (or multiple sections), including or excluding nodes. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Rename Sections (see 5.16). RE-ARRANGE O.L.D. Displays the network orthogonally downstream of the point clicked on after this option has been enabled. Equivalent menu command: Edit > Rearrange One-Line Diagram (see 5.22). To revert to the geographical display, use the Edit > Undo Modification menu command (see 5.1) or the Undo Modif button located in the Main toolbar (see 2.5.1). 2.5.12 Drawing Tool

Click first on the Activate Drawing Tool icon of the toolbar, and then click on the display at the location where you want to draw elements or insert images. The elements added will be saved with the study. If you wish to add them to the database, use the Database > Update Network menu command (see 6.5). Note that you will need to first activate the Save text in database option located in the File > Preferences dialog box at the Database tab (see 4.15.6). ACTIVATE DRAWING TOOL. To activate the commands in this toolbar. Press the ESC key to deactivate. DRAW LINE. Click the Draw Line button and then click and hold the mouse button while dragging in the OLD display until the line has the appropriate length, then release the mouse button. DRAW ARROW. Click the Draw Arrow button and then click and hold the mouse button while dragging in the OLD display until the line has the appropriate length, then release the mouse button; the tip of the arrow will be at that end. DRAW RECTANGLE. Click the Draw Rectangle button and then click and hold the mouse button while dragging in the OLD display until the rectangle has the appropriate shape and size, then release the mouse button. DRAW ELLIPSE. Click the Draw Ellipse button and then click and hold the mouse button while dragging in the OLD display until the ellipse has the appropriate shape and size, then release the mouse button. DRAW TEXT. Displays the Properties dialog box at the Text tab. Enter the text to be displayed in the Text field, adjust the other properties as wanted and click OK.

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DRAW IMAGE. Click on this button, then on the one-line window to display the Insert Image dialog box to select the image to be inserted on the one line to browse through your folders and select an image. display. Click on Type in a Category name to classify your images; this will be used in the View > Image and Text Layers dialog box.

SET DEFAULT PROPERTIES. Select the line, arrow, rectangle, ellipse or text, and then click on this button to modify the parameters. Note that when a shape is drawn, you can access its Properties dialog box by right clicking on the shape, and modify its parameters. SHOW LAYER. Displays the Image and Text Layers dialog box where you select the layers to be displayed either by shape type or by individual shapes. 2.5.13 Zoom

ZOOM IN. Automatically magnifies the view on the main display. Equivalent menu command: View > Zoom > In. ZOOM TO FIT. Reduces or enlarges the view magnification so that the entire One-Line Diagram with the attached maps fit in the window. Equivalent menu command: View > Zoom > Fit. ZOOM OUT. Automatically reduces view magnification. command: View > Zoom > Out.

Equivalent menu

ZOOM PREVIOUS. Restores the last magnification level. Equivalent menu command: View > Zoom > Previous. ZOOM NEXT. Redoes the last magnification level. command: View > Zoom > Next.

Equivalent menu

MAGNIFY. Continuously magnifies the area of the main display under the cursor. Keep the left mouse button depressed while you move the magnifying lens over the display. Equivalent menu command: View > Magnifier > Activate (see 9.6). To deactivate, click on this icon again.

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2.5.14 Page Layout

The commands in this toolbar will be active only when the Display Page Layout option is active. This button is located in the Main toolbar (see 2.5.1). The commands in the Page Layout toolbar can also be accessed by clicking on the Page icon located at the upper right corner of the main display window.

To zoom in or out the one line display in the page layout view. PORTRAIT. To set the page orientation to vertical. LANDSCAPE. To set the page orientation to horizontal. FIT NETWORK IN PAGE. To reduce or enlarge the one line display so it is included within the page. A click on the button at the upper right hand corner of the display proposes most of the options available in the Page Layout toolbar along with Page Setup (see 4.10), Print preview and Print options.

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2.5.15 Symbols

LIST OF LAYERS. Available layers listed in alphabetical order. The layers available here are the same than the ones in the Symbols group box of the Display Options dialog box (see 10.1.1). To create new layers, go to Customize > Symbols (see 11.13). SHOW LAYER SETTINGS. Displays the Symbols dialog box defined for the layer selected. You may edit the existing parameters directly in this dialog box. You may add, modify or delete Symbols layers. 2.5.16 TCC

The functionality related to this toolbar will be active in CYMDIST with a valid CYMTCC 5.0 key. The TCC Toolbar will become active when a TCC curve is displayed on screen and will allow to perform the following actions on that curve. Refer to the TCC Interface User Guide for more details on this functionality. GRID OPTIONS. Displays the Grid Options dialog box that contains options to adjust your grid. PLOTTING VOLTAGE. Selected voltage at which the time-current curve is plotted as if the device was in service at this voltage. DEVICE MARGIN. Detects curve intersections and measures time and current margins between curves. RULER. Calculates the distance (current and time) between any two points selected on the grid, and displays the results in the status bar. MULTIPLIES THE CURRENT SCALE. Multiplies the current scale by the chosen factor. UPDATE SIMULATION RESULTS. Synchronizes the results of a short-circuit and/or a load flow analysis with the curve(s) displayed.

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LIST OF CONTOUR PLOTS. Select a layer name to display on the network. CONTOUR PLOT PROPERTIES. Opens the Contour Plot dialog box (see 11.10)

2.6

Mouse Commands

2.6.1

Component Selection

This is done with the mouse at its normal

mode, called the Properties mode.

Enable this mode by clicking on the Properties button located in the Editor Tools toolbar (see 2.5.6). Click the left mouse button once anywhere on a node, section, equipment symbol or tag. The element will change in color and/or handles will appear around the element. A double left click on the item will highlight it and display the associated Properties group box Another way to make a selection is to click the left mouse button and keep it depressed while you draw a rectangle on the display. When you release the mouse button, the item inside the rectangle will be highlighted. To select several sections and nodes in the same fashion, you can enable the Enable automatic multiple selection option in the the View > Display Options > View Properties dialog box (see 10.2.5), and then, with the mouse in the Properties mode, when you make a rectangular selection on the display you will highlight (select) all components within that selection, instead of only one. Alternately, you can do multiple selections by using the Multiple Selection and the Region Selection buttons in the Editor Tools toolbar (see 2.5.6). A Selection Tool dialog box can be displayed automatically when clicking on a section where there are actually two or more sections at the same coordinates or when clicking on a device where there are in fact two or more devices overlapping at the same coordinates. The tool lists all sections and devices at those coordinates to allow the user to make the proper selection.

To enable this option, go to the Selection options that can be found in the View > Display Options > View Properties dialog box (see 10.2.5), and select “Yes” at the Enable overlapping elements selection tool option.

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If you double click in the background anywhere in the surface of the rectangle drawn where you have several elements highlighted, the Group Properties dialog box will be displayed (see 3.4). You can also right click in the area of the highlighted sections and select the Group Properties option in the contextual menu. You can move a group of sections and/or nodes by clicking and dragging one of the elements of the group the same way as you would do with a single element. The Display Multiple Selection handles button in the Display toolbar (see 2.5.7) allows to resize and rotate a selection multiple sections. You can also enable this option using the Multiple selection handles option in the Selection options category in the View > Display Options > View Properties dialog box (see 10.2.5). The selection will include only the sections that are comprised entirely into the selection rectangle drawn with the mouse. Finally, you can change the selection color. Go to the View > Display Options dialog box and see the options in the Selection category of the View Properties dialog box. 2.6.2

Mouse Modes

The Normal mouse mode ( ) allows the selection of a section or a node with one leftclick of the mouse. A right-click on a highlighted section or node will display the relevant contextual menu (see below). A left double-click on the highlighted section or node will display the related Properties dialog box. A right-click in the normal mode anywhere in the background (but not within the area of a multiple selection) will enable the Pan mode. When selecting any of the Edit menu options that allow adding a component to your study (network, substation, zone, etc.), the mouse cursor will reflect that choice until you revert its mode to normal. A word like “network” or “zone”, etc. will be displayed below the mouse cursor.

A few examples:

. To revert the mode to “normal”,

, press the ESC key. Note, however, that when the mouse is in the magnifying lens mode you will need to deactivate this command from the menu to revert back to the normal mode. (See 9.6 Magnifier). Note:

The selected section should appear in a distinctive color. You can change the Selection color. Go to the View > Display Options dialog box. At the View Properties tab window, go to the Selection tree item.

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2.6.3

Panning and Zooming with the Mouse

To pan the OLD display using the mouse, click the right mouse button and hold it down. Drag the mouse like to another point in the OLD display and release the button. The point “selected” when you clicked the mouse will now be located at the point where you have released the mouse button. Hints :

You can also “pan” the OLD by using the keyboard arrow keys. Ensure the window focus is on the OLD workspace by clicking once in that area, and then simply press the arrow keys to pan. The mouse wheel can also be used to the same end. Click once on the wheel to enable this capability; then move the mouse to pan. To disable this function, click again on the mouse wheel. Note that while this function is enabled, you will still be able to zoom in and out by rolling the mouse wheel.

To zoom in with the mouse (and if your mouse is equipped with a wheel) roll the mouse wheel forward or backward to zoom the OLD display in or out. The focus of the zoom will be where the pointer is located on the display. If your mouse is not equipped with a wheel, click twice on the right mouse button and hold it down, then drag the mouse to draw a rectangle around the area you wish to zoom in. Release the mouse button. You can also “draw a rectangle” using the left mouse button in the Overview Map tool display around the area you wish to see displayed in the main display. To display the Overview Map tool, select the View > Overview Map (section 9.12). Finally, you can use the zoom commands found in the Display toolbar (section 2.5.7) or via the View > Zoom menu commands (section 9.4).

2.7

Contextual Menus

A right-click on a highlighted symbol or in the background of the various workspaces of CYME in any state will display a contextual menu to provide a quick access to useful commands related to the item clicked on. A few examples are shown below.

Section with load

Node

Fuse

Symbol Bar

The explanations for the commands of each contextual menu that can be invoked are included in the manual chapter where the workspace in question is described. The contextual menus for the equipment are described in the Equipment Reference Manual.

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2.8

Navigation

2.8.1

Hyperlinks

Specific elements of the One-Line Diagram interface are hyperlinked. For example: Clicking on a substation’s nametag will open the substation’s edit / view window; clicking on a zone tag will open the zone properties dialog box. Some elements in the tabular reports are hyperlinked as well. The hyperlinks are shown in blue underlined typeface.

These links are designed to reduce the number of key presses (or mouse clicks) operations required to move between the various controlling environments. Interconnection stubs are tags highlighting the head node of a netwrok or connection points between the loaded and un-loaded networks. Click on the stub to load the connected network.

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Nested Views

If you have the optional CYME Subnetworks Modeling module or the CYME Secondary Networks Analysis module, you will be able to navigate from the main display view (whether georeferenced or schematic) to other nested network views. A Step Into or Step Out command appears on the top right-hand corner whenever such views are available with the networks loaded. Step Into allows to choose to view a different nested view, and Step Out would bring the users back to the previous view.

2.8.3

Network Paths In the Main toolbar the Upstream, Downstream and Locate commands allows

and the buttons to go upstream navigating between contiguous sections. Click on the or downstream. At each click, the application will highlight the new section thus selected. When a selected node has different downstream paths, the Go Downstream button will provide a list of downstream sections. The corresponding section will be highlighted on the main display at the mouse-over of each section in the Go downstream sections list.

The same buttons are available in the Section ID group box of the Section Properties dialog boxes.

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Chapter 3

Properties and Settings

With CYME you can create and model your default equipment, lines and conductors and then create your networks, secondary grids and substations (switch gears, network vaults, etc.) As you build or modify your model, you can set the properties specific to each component. This chapter provides you with an overview of the sections and node properties. Refer to the Equipment Reference Manual to learn about the parameters and settings of the various equipment and lines. Note that the dynamic models are detailed in the Transient Analysis User Guide.

3.1

Section Structure

The one line diagrams representing the network are composed of successions of sections and nodes. •

The sections are the basic “building blocks” for your network. Equipment, lines, loads, etc. are “installed” on sections; and each element can be parameterized with individual settings.



Nodes are circular markers used for connecting sections together. Nodes are an One-Line Diagram concept and as such have no electrical value; they are not considered by any of the analysis / calculations. A section is always associated with its upstream node (From node) and its downstream node (To node). See section 3.3 Node Properties.

When building your network, it is recommended that you install only one equipment per section. Source end = From node

From node

Load end = To node Series Device

Node

To node

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To do so, simply drag and drop your equipment directly onto the main display; the program will display the equipment onto a section it will create.

A “section” is added to the one-line diagram using the Edit > Add Section menu command or using the Add Section icon of the Editor Tools toolbar. A section is internally represented by up to three parts: the Source-end (FROM node), the Conductor and the Load-end (TO node). Source end = From node

From node

Load end = To node “From” Equipment

“To” Equipment

Conductor

To node

While drawing a One Line Diagram, you will create conductor sections to which you may connect equipment at the source-end and/or at the load-end. You may also connect loads and capacitors at the source-end, mid-point and load-end. You may also distribute a load evenly along the conductor section. Source end = From node

From node

Load end = To node “From” Equipment

“To” Equipment

Spot load

Spot load

at From node

at Middle

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Distributed load Source end = From node

From node

Load end = To node “From” Equipment

Conductor

“To” Equipment

To node

When you request a Load flow report for an individual section, you will be able to monitor the voltage and/or current at each of the three sub-sections. The CYMDIST Basic Analyses User Guide provide more information related to those analyses.

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Section Properties

The Section Properties dialog box is basically composed of three parts: (1) the identification of the section; (2) the Devices group box through which you can add or remove devices, indicate the type of load and select the settings pane to display; and (3) a pane showing the details of the component selected in the Devices tree list, including the specific settings that you can adjust.

The Section Properties dialog box is automatically displayed each time you Add, Insert or Split a section using the Edit menu items or using the related commands in the Advanced Editor Tools toolbar (see 2.5.11). You can display the Section Properties dialog box of an existing section by highlighting that section on the one line display and select Properties in the contextual menu you access with a right-click.

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You may display the whole dialog box or collapse it to show only the fields identifying the section along with the Devices group box. To do so, click on the Collapse or the Expand button at the bottom of the dialog box, on the left side. 3.2.1

Section Identification

Section ID

This is the unique identification label for the section. The section (ID) may not contain blank spaces.

Phase

Activate the checkbox(es) to define the phase(s) present in the section.

Zone

To view to which zone a section is associated. The field is greyed out as it is for information only. A zone is created using the command Edit > Assign Zone (see 5.10).

Environment

To associate an environmental attribute to the section. Environmental factors are taken into account in the calculation of reliability indices in RAM analysis. To create an environment and set its attributes, go to the menu command Network > Environments (see 7.6).

Navigator To select the section immediately upstream

, or downstream

from the current selected section. The list of devices in the group box right below will be refreshed immediately with the components of the newly selected section. When the Navigator gets at a junction, a pop up list is displayed with the possible paths; click on the section you want.

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Devices Group Box

Devices

To add or remove devices, and to select in the tree list the element for which you want to adjust the settings. When you select an element, the pane to the right of the dialog box displays the main settings properties of the element in question. Also, still in the tree list, you may see sub-entries that are other types of parameters that can be set. In other words, this is where all the Settings dialogs are displayed. Refer to the User Guides for details on the settings of individual equipment and lines. See also 3.3.1 Node Settings. To add a device type from the pull down menu. The element selected from the drop down menu is added downstream of the component selected in the tree list. To remove elements from the section. Click Remove, and then select the element to remove from the pop up list that will appear. Note that you cannot remove nodes, lines or cables.

3.2.3

A word about the Settings

The default properties for the devices, lines, etc. are set through the commands found under the Equipment menu. Once a section is identified as a line or a cable, and when equipment is connected to a section, you can make adjustments to them “in the field”. These adjustments are called “settings” and the ones that are available for adjustment are comprised in the right hand portion of the Section Properties dialog box. Note:

The data given in the settings pane of the Section Properties dialog box have priority over the (default) data given when the equipment was originally defined under the Equipment menu.

To modify the settings of a specific instance of a device, click on the elements in the Devices list of the dialog box to select the target equipment’s layer, and sub-layers, and then modify the related parameters in the Settings group box according to your requirement. Refer to the Equipment Reference manual for more information.

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3.2.4

Section and Nodes Contextual Menus

A right-click on a highlighted section or node will display the contextual menu that will comprise only the commands relevant its parameters and state (i.e. all or only some of the following commands will be available). The options in the contextual menu displayed vary depending on the elements part of the section and on where you click on the section. The example below was obtained by clicking on the load symbol of a section with distributed load.

The possible options are identified below. Commands specific to nodes are also included in this list. Disconnect/ Connect

Same as Edit > Disconnect (see 5.20) See also section 5.19 Connect. A checkmark next to either word indicates the current status. To disconnect/connect distributed or spot loads. For shunt capacitors and shunt reactors, disconnects the equipment without deleting it. In all those cases, an icon showing the state will be displayed next to the symbol.

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Move…

Applies to loads. To move the load from one phase to another one available.

Open / Close

To change the state of a switching device to open or close.

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TCC

Applies to protection devices. When the right click is done on a node or on a section, the Branch Device Coordination option will be available, where the user will be asked to select the downstream and the upstream points of the branch to analyze. The user will also have the possibility to request a short-circuit and/or a load flow analysis to be run for that branch.. When the right-click is done on a device (equipment or instrument), two more options will be offered to the user: •

Create Device Settings: to set the parameters of the device’s time-current curve (once set, the contextual menu option will change to Adjust Device Settings.



Display Curve: to display the time-current curve of the selected device in a tabbed window.

The details about the three options are provided in the TCC Interface User Guide. Bypass

To bypass the series device selected.

Add Instrument

Depending on characteristics of the node or the section on which the right click was done, the software will propose a number of instruments that can be installed. Selecting one instrument from the submenu will display the Properties dialog box of the instrument. See the Instrument chapter in the Equipment Reference manual for more information. The instruments can be shown on the main display or hidden by clicking on the Display all protection instruments button in the Display toolbar (see 2.5.7).

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Add Breakpoint

A breakpoint allows hiding the section portion downstream of the breakpoint. A tag is displayed at the breakpoint indicating it. To display the complete section, click the Show All Connections button in the Display toolbar (see section 2.5.7). The breakpoint is added in the section where the mouse cursor was positioned when right-clicking. The breakpoint is also an intermediate node and has all its characteristics. Note that the intermediate node does not allow hiding a portion of a section.

Add Intermediate Node

To create intermediate points (connectors) on the section. See section 3.3.1 Node Settings to learn how to see the list and edit the coordinates of the nodes.

Apply Fault

Displays the Shunt Fault Analysis dialog box to allow running that analysis on the point selected (or on another point once the dialog box is displayed).

Convert to Bus / Node

Allows converting a node to a bus and vice-versa. The option Convert to node is available only when the bus to convert has only one node. See also chapter 3.3 Node Properties.

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Add / Delete Connector

To add or delete connectors on a bus.

Failure History

To display the Failure History report related to the component selected.

Cut

To remove the equipment or the load selected including all its parameters. Note that a Cut equipment can be pasted onto another section.

Copy / Paste

To copy an equipment or a load including all its parameters and to reproduce the same onto another section.

Delete

Same as Edit > Delete (section 5.27).

Create Device/Networ k Template

Displays the Device Template or the Network Template dialog box in order to define the characteristics of elements to be added to the Symbol Bar Tab and repeated elsewhere in the network using the drag-and-drop capability of the Symbol Bar (see 2.3.2).

Assign Zone

Displays the Assign Zone dialog box. Same as the Edit > Assign Zone menu command (see 5.10).

Redraw

Redraws orthogonal lines to straight lines by removing the intermediate node(s) present in the section.

Add to Favorites

To add the element selected to an existing Favorites group. The user can also create a new Favorites group from the options of this sub-menu. See 2.3.4 Detailed View Tab for details about the Favorites functionality.

Tag

To create and edit the component’s tag, and to display or hide it from the display.

Properties

Displays the related section or node Properties dialog box.

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Display Options

Shows a Display options menu that will give access to the parameters relevant to the node or the section highlighted. Selecting one of the options in this sub menu will display the Display Options child dialog box corresponding to the selection, so the user can edit the parameters right away. Refer to Chapter 10 Display Options for details.

Report

Available in the contextual menu obtained by right-clicking on the head node of a feeder, it displays the feeder’s topology report.

View

This option is available when right-clicking on the symbol of a nested view, and is used to display that view as a tabbed window in the main display.

Node Properties

To access the Node Properties dialog box, double-click, or right click on a node and select “Properties” from the contextual menu. You will be able to modify existing node properties and display the node as a bus. If you have the Arc Flash Analysis optional module installed, the dialog box will display an Arc Flash tab. To learn more about this tab, refer to the Arc Flash User Guide.

ID

The unique identification label for the node. The label can contain up to 32 alphanumeric characters, but no blank spaces.

Zone

To include the node in a defined zone. A zone is created using the command Edit > Assign Zone (see 5.10).

Voltage

Nominal voltage of the upstream transformer or source.

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3.3.1

X and Y

To edit the coordinates of the node, according to the coordinate system of the network data.

Display

To display as a node or as a bus. When you select the option to display the node as a bus, you will be able to determine its length and if the bus will represented horizontally or vertically.

Node Settings

In the section’s properties dialog box, under Devices, click “Nodes” in the list to display the parameters for the section’s upstream and downstream nodes.

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ID

The unique identification label for the node. The label can contain up to 32 alphanumeric characters, but no blank spaces.

X and Y

Enable this radio button to display the coordinates of the node, according to the coordinate system of the network data.

Polar

Enable this radio button do display the coordinates of the node and intermediate nodes based on their relative position, i.e. on the length of the sub-section (between nodes), the departure angle of the From node and the arrival angle of the To node. These values are set when adding a section in the OLD. See Edit > Add Section (see 5.11).

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Intermediate nodes

Lists the existing intermediate nodes with their position according to the coordinate system of the network data. To modify the coordinates, highlight the data line of an intermediate node, modify the X and Y coordinates (or the length and angle data) and click the Modify button. To create intermediate points (connectors) on the section. This list does not include either the From-node or the To-node of the section.

3.4

Group Properties

The Group Properties interface allows selecting a collection of elements and globally applying changes to them. This function can manipulate the following item types, and at any time the selection can contain items of one or more of these types: •

Devices



Sections



Nodes



Buses



Networks

You can access the Group Properties feature via the contextual menu of the Detailed View Tab (see 2.3.4). Select one or more items or one or more device types (which will include all items of each device type selected), and right-click to access the command. The Group Properties dialog box will be displayed with the data available for the items.

An alternate way to access the Group Properties feature is to select an area or a branch and right-click in the background within the selected area to display the Group Properties dialog box. See the selection modes in the Editor Tools toolbar (see 2.5.6).

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3.4.1

Main Functionality

In the Group Properties dialog box, the Types checkboxes can be used to apply a first level of filtering to the elements to show in the list.

The Properties grid shows the common properties of all the elements in your selection. Each element is represented by a row in the grid, while the properties of the elements are represented by the grid columns. You can order the data of each column numerically or alphabetically by clicking on the column headers.

3.4.2

Column Filters

Items in the Group Properties grid can be filtered using per-column filters. Some columns allow filtering while others do not. The column filter icon indicates which can be filtered.

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To set a filter on a column, click the Column Filter icon ( ) in the column header. This shows the Filter dialog box showing the possible parameters to work with. You can include or exclude a value (or a group of values) using the checkboxes. A Search field is available at the bottom of the dialog box. Type in the string to search for and click on the to find it, click on it again to go to the next instance containing the string typed in. A click on the Update button closes the dialog box and updates the grid contents. After setting a filter on one column, filtering can be extended by setting filters on other columns. A filter combination is equivalent to filtering the original data according to the first filter, then filtering the intermediate data according to the second filter. Powerful filtering can be achieved by combining multiple filters. Once you have applied one or more column filters, the Reset Column Filters button in the Group Properties dialog box will be enabled. This button is used to reset all filters and update the grid contents with unfiltered data. 3.4.3

Editing Properties

When a property can be edited, the corresponding column header will show an Edit icon ( ). To change the property, click the icon and make your selection in the Edit dialog box that will be displayed. Note that the property will be applied to the items appearing on the list.

When the value of a property has changed, the text in the grid is identified with a blue color. To apply all changes made to the item properties, click the Apply button. Otherwise, click the Cancel button and all changes made within the Group Properties dialog box will be discarded.

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Chapter 4

The File Menu

The File menu contains the commands that pertain to opening and saving studies, exporting studies data, as well as printing and accessing applications complementary to CYME. This menu also contains the commands for setting up some general characteristics of the network, such as the system of units for length, the frequency and average earth resistivity. (These parameters affect the calculation / characteristics of your networks and should NOT be changed without due consideration.)

4.1

New Study

This command opens a new study in a window with a temporary title (e.g., "default.xst"). If you activate this command when another study is open and contains modifications, CYME will inform you that there are modifications to the current study and ask if you would like to save the opened study. You may then load existing networks into the new study or start constructing a new network. CYME will prompt you for a study name when you save it. CYME uses studies as the default format to save modifications and analyses done on a network. A study consists of one file (with the extension ‘.xst’) that contains the list of the modifications performed to the network database. Hint:

Note:

To make sure that every new study starts with the same calculation parameters (Load Flow, Short Circuit, etc.), open a new study, set all parameters and save the study as DEFAULT.XST.

You may have two or more one-line windows for a same study. Select Window > New One-Line Diagram Window and load your networks from the active database (see 12.1)

When the option Display View Properties dialog when creating a new study is enabled (see 4.15.5 Editor tab in the File > Preferences dialog box), the View Properties dialog box is displayed when selecting the New Study menu option. This dialog box allows the user to select among the default and the customized View Styles (see 11.12) that allows to start a study with the wanted template of pre-defined display layers and view properties.

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4.2

Open Study

This command allows opening an existing study file (*.xst and *.sxst). The dialog box opens, pointing to the last directory used, listing the names of any studies. Select one and click Open. The One-Line diagrams of all networks created or modified and saved previously in that study will appear on screen. By default, networks that have been loaded in the study but never modified before the study was saved will not be reloaded when you re-open the study. To modify this default, refer to File > Properties, Options tab (See 4.18). If another study is already open when you activate this command, CYME will ask you to save the opened study before carrying out this command.

4.3

Hint:

You can also re-open the last studies opened via the List of Files that appears at the bottom of the File menu.

Hint:

You can arrange to start CYME and load a study just by double-clicking on a study file name in your Windows file explorer. To do this, you need to associate files with the extension *.XST (and *.SXST) to the program CYME.EXE. In Windows Explorer, right click on the study file and select File > Open With....

Merge Study

Displays a list of existing studies from the project directory. Double-click on the one you want to open and merge with to the currently opened study. The resulting new study will have the name of the last study read.

4.4

Close Study

Closes the file describing the study. If you have modified the study since you last saved it, CYME will ask you to save it. If you close it without saving, you will lose any modifications made since the study was last saved.

4.5

Save Study After performing the desired modifications and analyses, select the File > Save Study (or

Save Study As) menu option; or click on the Save Study

icon in the Main toolbar.

Select the location where the study will be saved, enter a name for the study and click Save. Note:

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Warning:

Hint:

4.6

A study contains only the modifications performed on the network, which are located in a database. By default, these modifications are applied to the active one. However you can specify to save the database connection to use with the study at reload time at the Options Tab of the File > Properties dialog box (see 4.18.2). Thus, if the database has been moved to another location or removed, the study will not open. The Database Manager dialog box will then be displayed for you to indicate the database connection to use.

If you think the database might be updated and you want to be able to open your studies in the future, you should backup your database or use the selfcontained studies.

Save Study As

Allow the user to save the currently opened study under a different name, (and/or at a different location). It is useful for creating a copy of a study.

4.7

Save Study As Self Contained

Self-contained studies are stand-alone; as they are not associated to a database when saved as it saves the currently opened study plus its associated equipment databases and settings into a single XML file (*.sxst). Networks that were loaded but were not modified are also saved. A Self-Contained study can be opened without a connection to a network database (active database). A self-contained study file is a snapshot of a user’s study plus its databases. It is a particularly useful tool for creating complete copies of studies, and for transferring information. E.g. like sending a request to CYME Technical Support (see 1.7.8).

Advantages •

No need to backup the database or to keep the database static.



Portability; it can be opened on any PC where CYME is installed.

Disadvantages •

Much bigger file size than a study.

After performing the desired modification(s) to the network, select the File > Save Study as Self-Contained menu option. This displays the Save as Self-Contained dialog box where you can select the device(s) databases and additional files you wish to include in your final file.

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File Name

To indicate the name of your self-contained study and select the directory where to save it.

Equipment

To include in the study file the equipment that is currently used by the networks (required equipment). The second option allows to fine tune the list of equipment to be included (required equipment and selected equipment). The third option displays a tree list of the equipment from which you make your selection.

Network(s)

Provides the options to either save the final network configuration, or the original configuration with the list of modifications. The option selected becomes the default until you select the other one.

Optional Extension(s)

Additional data that you can include in your self-contained study: •

Failure Events and Calibration Data are generated when running a Reliability analysis.



The Graphical Elements are the components drawn using the Drawing Tool toolbar commands (see 2.5.12).

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Export One Line Diagram

Saves a snapshot of the One Line Diagram (visible portion only) to a graphic file; that can be opened by other applications. The exported file can be imported into AutoCAD (*.DWG), and into any *.SVG aware applications like web browsers.

4.9

File Name

To indicate the name, format and location of your file to save. You have the option to save your file as a DWG file (AutoCAD R13, R14 or 2000) or as an SVG file. Each element retains a number of properties.

Graphical Element group box

The elements of the display to include in the file. Note that Images & Text are the components drawn using the Drawing Tool toolbar commands (see 2.5.12).

Tooltip Information group box

Allows selecting the tooltip information to be saved with the file and how it will be accessed in the target program. This feature works for if you wish to modify the tooltips related to .SVG files only. Click on the devices or the network for either Short-Circuit or Voltage Drop. The Apply to options allows selecting for which devices you wish to include the tooltips.

Export Active View as an Image

To export the currently active view as a .BMP or .JPEG image. This view can be a oneline diagram, a report or a chart.

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4.10 Page Setup The Page Setup dialog boxes are used to set the Layout for the print out of the one-line diagrams, the Scaling on the page along with a number of Options. If this menu option is grayed out when you want to select it, click once in the one-line display. Make your selections in the tab windows and click OK. To view the results prior to actual printing, go to File > Print Preview.

Size

To indicate the size of the paper to print the one-line diagram on.

Source

To indicate the printer to use among the ones available to you.

Multiple pages

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To define the margin size, measured using the Units selected. (Left, Right, Top and Bottom).

Units

Define the units of measurement (millimeters or inches) applied to the print-out. The unit of measurement affects both the Margins and the Scaling options.

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Use page layout: Check this option to dynamically size the printed image based on what is shown on the screen (one-line diagram). Custom scale: To print your output to scale, check this option to manually define the Plot Units and the Drawing Units. A Plot Unit is the actual printed length equaling to either one millimeter or one inch, depending on the Units of measurement selected. A Drawing Unit is a “unit distance” defined for the one-line diagram. It is equal to the system unit selected in the Units tab of the File > Preferences dialog box (see 4.15.2). For example, if: System unit = 1 mile, Plot unit = 1 inch and Drawing unit = 10, then CYME will print 100 square miles of the networks into 1 square inch of paper.

Window origin (drawing units)

Checking the Use Default origin option will position the printed image according to what you see on screen. Un-check User Default origin to manually define the coordinates of the lower left corner of the printout.

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Options

To add on the printout the study name, the legend or a border, or the data indicated in the User information group box below.

Colors

To select black and white, or color printout with white background.

User Information

To indicate the author or details about the printout. This data is saved with your study. You can select to print it or not.

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If the mouse cursor was position on the Reports pane, then the Page Setup dialog box will look different. The possible actions will be on the margins, the borders of the cells, the page order printing and the positioning of the report on a page.

4.11 Export Active TCC View as TCC Study The active TCC view generated in CYME can be exported to a study file format compatible for the use in the CYMTCC program (compatible with the latest revision of CYMTCC 5.0). The command would be useful to users who wish to use more advanced options of the CYMTCC program, or who need to share the coordination study with colleagues who use the CYMTCC program only. Go to File > Export Active TCC View as TCC Study, or right-click in the time/current plot and select Export to TCC Study in the contextual menu. A dialog box will appear to allow the user to select the location in which the *.tcc file is to be saved.

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4.12 Print Setup To select the printer to be used for all report printing requests from CYME. You can adjust the available printer settings (e.g., Portrait or Landscape orientation, paper size, etc.). If this menu option is grayed out when you want to select it, click once in the reports display area. See also the following three commands available from the Report menu: Format (see 8.7), Properties (see 8.8), and Header/Footer (see 8.9) to learn how to set up you reports before printing.

4.13 Print Preview Displays each page as it will look when printed (One Line, Graphic Plot, or Report). Click once on the area you wish to preview, and then select this menu option. To return to the display, either press the ESC key or click on the Close button in the preview window.

4.14 Print The File > Print command displays your standard the Windows print dialog box. The window containing the graphic, report or one-line diagram you wish to print must be “active” before using this command. To make a window active, click anywhere inside it. To preview the result before printing, use the Print Preview command.

One Line

Prints what you see in the active network window. You can adjust the detail of the drawing by first zooming on the portion you wish to print and positioning it in the window. See also 4.10 Page Setup.

Graphic

To print the graphics generated. For information about graphics, refer to 4.19.2 Graphic Viewer.

Report

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4.15 Preferences To define and customize general network parameters (that applies to ALL loaded network) and application settings. The parameters are grouped by categories in this tabbed dialog box. Clicking on the icons located in the selection bar at the top will display the associated editable parameters. This dialog box is resizable.

4.15.1 Configuration Files This dialog box is used to assign the supporting files and the working directories that are mandatory to the operation of the application. These are grouped by categories. Click on

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to expand or collapse the lists. icon or the icon located at the right of the item’s name To edit an item, click on the to make your selection. When the icon displays an Open dialog box, select the appropriate files or directory and then click Open. The Configuration Name field is disabled. This parameter can be modified with the CYMCONFIG application. The Reload Symbols Library button allows the user to manually reload in the symbols library the symbols just created using the Symbol Editor tool without having to close CYME and re-open it.

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User Interface Mode

The User Interface Mode provides two choices: balanced and unbalanced. Depending on the selection made here, the software will present the user only with the options applicable to the environment selected. For example, it will present the user with the equipment that can be installed on a given section.

4.15.1.2 Application Folders

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Arc Flash Labels Directory

The folder where CYME will look for the formats of the labels to be tagged onto the field equipment to help lower the risk of electrical hazards.

GeoMap Cache Folder

The folder where CYME stores the maps uploaded as temporary files.

Ini File Directory

The folder where CYME will look for the Cymdist.ini file.

Network Templates Folder

Folder where the device and tne network templates are saved.

Project Templates Folder

The directory where the user will manually save the project templates created using the Advanced Project Manager.

Project/Report Folder

The folder where the study and the report files will be saved to and retrieved from.

RAM Results Folder

The folder where the result files of the Reliability Assessment Module (RAM) analyses will be saved.

Recovery

Folder where the modifications done on the network are stored. In case the recovery of the network is invoked, CYME will apply all the modifications stored here to the original network.

Stab – Udm Directory

The directory where the temporary files generated while preparing/running a Transient Stability analysis will be saved. Note that the complete path to the directory can contain a maximum of 40 characters.

Basic Configuration Files Database

The XML file that stores your database configurations settings.

Detailed View Settings

The XML file that stores the global filters along with the options set in the Detailed View Tab of the Explorer Bar (see 2.3.4).

Display options

The XML file that stores the settings selected at the Display Options dialog box (see Chapter 10).

Environment

The XML file that stores environmental factors that could be taken into account in the calculation of reliability indices in RAM analysis.

Failure Causes/ Types

The XML file that stores the network failure causes and types. These data will be used in RAM analysis.

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Symbol Bar

The XML file that stores the content of the Symbol Bar tab from the Explorer Bar. Note that this content is user defined.

Symbol Library

The XML file that stores the symbol information used by CYME (user defined symbols).

Advanced Customization Files Charts

The XML file that contains the user-defined plotting profiles.

Contour Plot

The XML file that contains the parameters set for each contour plot template defined using the Customize > Contour Plot dialog box (see 11.10).

Filters

The XML file that stores the user-defined filters created using the Customize > Filters command (see 11.7)

Menu

The XML file that stores the modifications you made to CYME menu.

Result Boxes

The XML file that stores the parameters of the result boxes defined using the Customize > Result Box command (see 11.5).

Shortcuts

The XML file that stores the parameters of the shortcuts defined using the Customize > Shortcuts dialog box. (see 11.3)

Simplified view configuration

The XML file containing the user-defined device views defined using the Customize > Simplified View dialog box. (see 11.11).

User Defined Keywords

The XML file that stores the user defined keywords or modifications to existing keywords.

User Defined Report

The XML file that stores the user-defined report parameters.

User Defined Data Definition

The XML file that stores the parameters of the user-defined fields and related keyword definitions. See 11.18 User Data Extensions.

Validation Rules

The file that stores (user defined) rules used by CYME for validating network databases. The file pointed to will be created automatically the first time you create your own rule(s).

Analysis Files Network Reduction

The XML file that stores the parameters used by the node reduction module.

Simulation Parameters

The XML file that stores the simulation parameters for CYME modules.

TCC Files TCC Curve Database

The equipment MDB file that contains all the time/current data points and other information related to each curve.

TCC Grid Options

The XML file that stores the grid options parameters selected in the Grid Options dialog box of the TCC functionality in CYMDIST. See 2.5.16 TCC toolbar. The TCC Interface User Guide provides all information.

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Main Units

Choices for the System Units are Metric (SI) or imperial (IMP) units. Then choose the basic unit for expressing Length (feet or mile for IMP, and meter or kilometer for SI).

Electrical Units

To set the number of decimals for each type of units used in the dialog boxes. You can set the decimals independently for Low Voltage, Medium Voltage and High Voltage.

Impedances Units

Impedances to select if the impedances will be displayed in Ohms or in p.u. or as defined in the relevant Equipment dialog box (specified as Ohms or p.u. on an individual basis. Note that if the impedance of an equipment is defined originally in p.u., for example, and that Ohms is selected here, the impedance will appear in Ohms in the related Equipment dialog box. Linear Impedances allows to select the unit with which the conductor impedance will be expressed.

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Phase Text group box

Labels to be displayed for each of phases A, B and C.

Loading Limit Text

To enter the label texts you want CYME to use to describe the Equipment Rating values in the dialog boxes.

Capacity Flag Levels Text

Enter the label texts you want CYME to use to describe the equipment Capacity Flag levels in the various dialog boxes where they are used.

Network Grouping group box

The Group 1, Group 2 and Group 3 fields are used to enter the text of the field labels that indicate the grouping levels of the networks set creating/modifying networks (refer to 5.9 Add Network) and in the Select Networks dialog box (see section 7.1). The Sort by field and the Then by fields will determine the order into which they will be sorted. CYME offers up to three levels by which to group your networks. One of these is the “Network Type” that you select when creating your networks. The Network Types available in this list can be renamed (see 7.4). The other two can be identified in the Group 1, Group 2 and Group 3 fields. By default, the labels are “Area” and “Voltage Level”, but you can rename them with a meaningful name or characteristic under which to group your networks.

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Service Restoration Text

To enter the texts of the column labels describing the type of periods and the different crew types, to be used in the SRM (optional Service Restoration module) dialog boxes.

4.15.4 Simulation

Load Flow & Short-Circuit

Enable the checkbox so that CYME automatically runs a load flow analysis each time a short-circuit simulation will be run, and viceversa.

Loss Load Factor

Represents the load factor of losses. This is an empirical method of estimating losses using Load Factor. This value is used to estimate the annual energy lost in Load Flow Summary reports.

Load Factor (LF)

Represents the ratio of average energy demand (Load) to the maximum demand (Peak Load) during a given period of time.

Constant (k)

This is the loss factor. It represents the average power factor over a given period of time, and is used to express the losses in transmission and distribution networks due all kind of inefficiencies. Typical value ranges from 0.10 to 0.50.

Looped Simulations

Provides the user with the options to allow looped simulations during an analysis, with or without the display of a warning, or to halt the analysis when that case is encountered.

Voltage Mismatch Allowed

To enter the minimum and the maximum allowable percentage difference between the system voltage and the equipment rated voltage before transmitting a warning.

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Load Growth

To enter the range of years for which the growth factors may be applied in the Load Growth Editor dialog box.

Load Allocation

To indicate the meter tolerance default value CYME will use to run Load Allocation analysis.

Result Box Location

Lets the user select if the results will be calculated based on the source end, the load end or the center of the section.

TCC ShortCircuit Values

For each type of fault, you can select the values you want CYME to transfer to CYMTCC.

4.15.5 Editor icon located at the right of the item’s name to make your selection, or Click on the directly enter the value when there is no drop down list to choose a value from.

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Automatically rephase disconnected sections

When this option is activated, connecting a connectedsection to a disconnected-section will re-phase (match) the phase(s) of the disconnected-section to the phase(s) of the connected-section.

Display Section Properties dialog when adding a section

To display the Section Properties dialog box each time you add a new section. Disable this option to add multiple sections rapidly.

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Prompt for a user description when creating a modification

Enable this option to display a prompt allowing you to change the description of the modification generated when you make changes to your study. This option is useful if you need to use your own descriptive text in your study summary. (The description text is limited to 256 characters.)

Expand device tree in Section Properties dialog

With this option selected, the Device tree list in the Section Properties dialog box will be shown already expanded upon the display of the dialog box.

Notify the inversion of transformers and regulators

With this option activated, the software will display a warning in the case of reverse power flow at a transformer or a regulator following switching.

Double-click on tag to open tag properties

With this option selected, the Tag Properties dialog box will be displayed when double-clicking directly on a tag. Otherwise, it is the Section Properties dialog box that will be displayed.

Enable recovery mode

With this option selected, CYME will save all the modifications made on a network and will reapply them to the original network should an undesired interruption of the program or the computer occurs.

Start-up Options Fix phasing incompatibilities when loading a network

If the option was activated when you were loading a network containing phase incompatibilities, then those errors would be corrected automatically.

Display Select Networks dialog when loading from Network Tab

With this option selected, the Select Networks dialog box is displayed (see 7.1) when selecting the Load command in the Network tab contextual menu, allowing to load more than one network.

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Display View Properties dialog when creating a new study

With this option selected, the View Properties dialog box is displayed when selecting the New Study menu option. This dialog box allows the user to select among the default and the customized View Styles (see 11.12) that allows to start a study with the wanted template of pre-defined display layers and view properties.

Automatically load the last project on startup

With this option selected, CYME will load the last active project upon application startup. This option works together with the Advanced Project Manager (optional module) (see 2.4).

Use the simulation parameters of the project

With this option enabled, the simulation parameters of the project will be applied to the simulations part of the project being opened; while disabling it will apply the local simulation parameters to it.

One-Line Diagram Clear the selection when the ESC key is pressed

To de-select a multiple or single element selection by pressing the ESC key. Same effect as the Clear Selection button of the Editor Tools toolbar (see 2.5.6). Note that even with this option enabled, pressing the ESC key will also revert the mouse mode to “normal”.

Show multiple selection dialog when selecting elements while holding shift button

With this option enabled, the Multiple Selection dialog box will be displayed upon making the selection of the upstream and the downstream sections directly on the display using the mouse and the shift button.

Center selection when using navigation arrows

With this option enabled, the software will center in the one-line display the section that is indicated in the Section ID group box of the Section Properties dialog box. When the user clicks on a navigation arrow, the ID of the next section will be shown and the display will be re-centered accordingly.

Tooltip Delay (ms)

Time delay for the display of the tooltip upon hovering the mouse over the one line diagram components. To disable the tooltip display, enter a large value in this field (ex. 100000 ms). Note that this option does not affect the time it takes to display the tooltips of the program commands, such as the toolbar buttons. To disable the display of toolbars tooltips, go to the Customize > Toolbars menu option (see 11.2).

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Scaling Factor

Defines the relationship between the X-Y coordinates of your one-line diagram and the unit of length that you are using. Example: If you are using “feet” as the unit of length and you want every unit along the X- or Y- axis to represent “10 feet”, set the scaling factor to 10.

Autogen Angle

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Defines the angle used by the command Edit > Rearrange One-Line Diagram (see 5.22).

Regulator & LTC Default Values Mode

To select the default regulator operating mode.

Set voltage (Volts)

Is the default setting for regulators. The value entered here must be consistent with the Base Voltage entered.

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Save automatic network corrections when updating networks

CYME validates the data when loading network data. In some cases, certain values will be automatically amended to default values. Those modifications will be listed on a report displayed upon loading. Enable this option to save the automatic changes along with the modifications made in the opened study by the user when updating the database. (Database > Update Network (see 6.5)).

On update network, save text in database

Enable this option to save the drawing and text layers in the database when using the Database > Update Network (see 6.5). Those layers are created using the commands in the Drawing Tool toolbar (see 2.5.12). If this option is disabled, the drawing and text layers will be saved with the study only.

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Clear reports when closing a study

Check this option to automatically close all report windows when you close your study.

Display Section Properties dialog when clicking on hyperlinks in the reports

When clicking on the ID of a section or a node, CYME highlights and centers the element on the OLD display. Enable this option to display as well the related Properties dialog box when clicking on its name on the tabular report.

Display the error identification number

When this option is activated, the error number (Code ID) will be displayed in one of the columns of the Error Message report.

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Display the error category

When this option is activated, the error category will be displayed in one of the columns of the Error Message report. The category is an information pertaining to the software module or engine involved.

Display the error

When this option is activated, the error Severity will be displayed in one of the columns of the error message report.

4.16 System Parameters To set up the basic global characteristics of your network.

y System Frequency y Average Earth Resistivity y Conductor Resistance

The System frequency, Average earth resistivity and Conductor resistance setting all affect the impedance of lines and cables, and if you change any of these three items you should recalculate the impedances of all lines and cables in the database (Refer to the Equipment Reference manual).

Note: You can maintain two equipment databases (especially for lines and cables), like one for winter and one for summer for example. The same equipment ID’s would be used in both databases, but the impedances would be different for the same equipment ID. To change between databases easier, and define for each DB a unique “Database Configuration”. See Database > Create (see 6.3) for details on how to create a database configuration. Base Voltage

(e.g., 120V, 12,470V) is the voltage to which the base voltage results will refer to. You may change it anytime.

MVA Base

Defines the base for the per-unit impedance of the Substation Equivalent and for the per-unit Thevenin impedance you can request in the Short-circuit report. (CYME calculates with ohm values, not per-unit.)

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4.17 Send To Mail Recipient Opens a new mail message session, saves the study as an autonomous study and attaches the file selfstudy.zip to the message.

Selfstudy.zip contains a compressed version of the currently opened study. If the current study is a self-contained study, the compressed study file will be named after the current study file. If it is not, CYME will create a self-contained study named Network.sxst This file will be compressed and added to selfstudy.zip. Selfstudy.zip will be saved in the temporary directory indicated by your user environment variable TEMP in your system environment.

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4.18 Properties This dialog box is utilized to indicate information about the active study file. Most of the fields, however, are used to add information about active projects. The latter requires the installation of the optional Advanced Project Manager. 4.18.1 General Tab The General tab allows you to enter a description (e.g. purpose), along with the author and company name. The three fields in question apply to both studies and project. The field Project Name is used to identify the active project and this name will be the name used when saving the file. The fields Created By and Modified By are used by the Advanced Project Manager and show, respectively, the ID of the user (computer) who has created the file and the ID of the user who has modified (and saved) the last modification.

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The Options tab allows specifying a number of files to include or not with the study and/or the project.

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View group box

The option in this group box allows saving the displayed (loaded) networks that were not modified with the project.

Database group box

Displays the name of the active database configuration and allows saving the path to this database configuration.

Map group box

Displays the name of the map file in use and saves the path to the background map so that this map is displayed when you open the study or the project. See Background Map Tab of the Multi-Explorer pane of the software (see 2.3.8).

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4.19 Tools In this sub-menu, you will find access to the following tools: the Symbol Editor (see 4.19.1), the Graphic Viewer (see 4.19.2), and the Energy Profile Manager. For the latter, please refer to the Energy Profile Manager User Guide to learn about the commands. 4.19.1 Symbol Editor The Symbol Editor is an external application that is used to create, modify, or delete the equipment symbols that are part of your symbol library. The application contains basic drawing features along with standard file management commands (open, save, save as, cut, copy, paste, etc.) The pane on the left of the window will show the contents of the symbol XML file that is opened, in the form of a tree list. When you highlight the name of a device in that list, a thumbnail will be shown at the bottom of the list. When you double click on the name of the device, its drawing will appear on the right side of the window which is the drawing space. Note:

CYME comes with a standard symbol library (symbols.xml) containing a large number of equipment symbols. When opening that file into the Symbol Editor, you will notice that each symbol’s name starts with a 5-digit number: this indicates that it is a CYME default symbol which cannot be edited. If you want to use a default symbol to create a new one, right-click on its name and select Copy from the contextual menu. A copy will be displayed in the drawing space; you can completely edit this copy. You will notice in the Title Bar of the new window a 3-digit number that is a unique identifier generated by the program.

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To create a new symbol select Edit > New Symbol. You will be prompted to select the equipment type and to enter a description for your symbol.

Upon clicking OK, a new drawing canvas will be displayed. The drawing commands that are available are as follows. When you right-click in any part of the drawing, the commands applicable to that specific element will be included in a contextual menu. See Chapter 13.3 Symbols to learn about the steps for creating symbols.

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Symbol Editor Toolbars

Standard Toolbar

Contains the standard commands to display a canvas for a new symbol, to open and save files; to cut, copy and paste; and printing. Selection Toolbar

SELECT. To highlight the symbol part you want to edit. EDIT VERTICES. To move the vertices of a line, a polyline, a polycurve or a polygon. Note that you cannot delete or add a vertex to a shape that is already drawn.

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PROPERTIES. You can assign line properties (color, width) to each graphical component; fill properties to the closed shapes (rectangle, closed curve, etc.). You can also determine if the shape that is part of the symbol can be selected, edited, moved, etc. The text properties are limited to the content (text or keyword) and to the text size. LINE. Click the Line button and then click and hold the mouse button in the canvas until the line is the appropriate length, then release the mouse button. POLYLINE. Click the Polyline button and then left-click on the canvas to place the first vertex. Release the mouse button and move the cursor to the location of the next vertex. Click again to place a vertex. Double-click to place the last vertex and finish the polyline. Click the right mouse button to cancel the action (before placing the last vertex). POLYGON. Click the Polygon button and then left-click on the canvas to place the first vertex. Release the mouse button and move the cursor to the location of the next vertex. Click again to place a vertex, and so on. Double-click to place the last vertex and finish the drawing. Click the right mouse button to cancel the action (before placing the last vertex). POLYCURVE. Click the Polycurve button and then click in the canvas to place the first vertex. Release the mouse button and move the cursor to the location of the next vertex. Click again to place a vertex, and so on. As you place the vertices, the program displays a dotted line that shows the shape of the finished line. Double-click to place the last vertex and finish the drawing.

Click the right mouse button to cancel (before placing the last vertex). ELLIPSE. Click the Ellipse button and then click and hold the mouse button in the canvas until the ellipse or the circle has the shape and the size you want. (Press SHIFT to draw a circle.)

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Click the Text button and then click in the canvas to position the box. Right-click on that box to access the Properties dialog box (or double-click on it) and type in your text the Text field. You can add dynamic text to a symbol by including keywords. Click on the Keywords button to display the Keyword Selection dialog box where you can make your selection.

Click OK when done. You can modify your text or adjust the text properties by right-clicking on the text component to access again the Properties dialog box. INPUT PORT. To place the node connected to the section, on the same side as the section’s From Node. OUTPUT PORT. To place the node connected to the section, on the same side as the section’s To Node. Note: With some device symbols like a motor or a spot load, the input node and output node are located at the same coordinate. To see the hidden node, you must move the visible node aside. SEQUENTIAL PORT. The number of connection ports for non-device symbols. Example: a substation symbol or a network symbol.

Structure Toolbar

To place the selected item: to the FRONT, to the BACK, one layer FORWARD or one layer BACKWARD.

Nudge Toolbar

To nudge the selected item up, down, left or right.

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Zoom Toolbar

ZOOM. Once activated, left clicking on the drawing zooms in; right clicking zooms out. ZOOM TO FIT. To fit the whole drawing to the window size. ZOOM TO SELECTION. To fit the selected item to the window size. PAN. Once selected, do a left click and hold the button down to move the drawing.

Rotate Toolbar

Commands from left to right: Free Rotage, Rotate 90o left, Rotate 90o Right, Flip Vertical, Flip Horizontal.

Canvas Toolbar

UNDO. Cancels the last modification. REDO. Reinstates the last undone modification. TOGGLE GRID. Displays or hides the grid. SNAP TO GRID. Snaps symbols to the drawing grid. TOGGLE PAGE BOUNDS. Displays the borders of the individual sheets on the canvas.

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4.19.2 Graphic Viewer Opens an external application (CYMVIEW), where you can view or customize the CYME generated plots and graphics. This section provides an overview to CYMVIEW. For more information, refer to the CYMVIEW User Manual. To get the data in CYMVIEW, first run your analyses in CYME and generate the chart(s) using the Chart Selection command found in the Simulation Toolbar (see 2.5.5) select your charts and click Plot to generate them. You then have two options to make your data available to CYMVIEW, both available through the contextual menu of the CYME-generated charts: 1. The command Send To > CYMVIEW, found in the contextual menu of the charts, will open CYMVIEW and display your active chart, ready to be customized. Saving will be done through the Save command in CYMVIEW. 2. The command Save (or Save As) will allow you to save the data in the directory of your choice. Upon selecting this menu command, CYMVIEW will appear, showing a folder for each study. A number of “viewers” can be displayed in the CYMVIEW window. You can select them in the View Menu of CYMVIEW. These windows can be moved and resized.

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Chart Browser

The top left part shows a list of the studies run. Each study may contain several data sets. To see them (listed according to the date and time), double-click on one data set. This opens the Chart Selector window to select the name of the results you wish to plot from the selected data set.

Clicking the Plot button will display the associated graphic. The Chart Selector remains displayed for you to select other data to be plotted. Once done with creating charts, click Done to dismiss the Chart Selector. Curve Manager

Displays the settings summary of the chart that is selected in the Plot Area.

Plot Area

Tabbed area where the plots are displayed. A number of commands are available to adjust the graphics. Those commands are available by right-clicking on the Plot Area or via the Chart menu.

Tabular Report

Tabbed area where the data related to the plots is displayed. Rightclicking in this area will display a contextual menu from which you can select commands to format the report, save it or export it to MS Excel or as a web page.

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Chart Settings

The first item in the Plot contextual menu is the Settings. These refer to the fonts, lines, colors and tags utilized to display the chart. The left part of the Chart settings dialog box provides you with the list of the chart components you can customize. The contents of right part of the dialog box will change depending on the component selected, to display the options available that can be customized for that component.

From this dialog box, you can define chart templates that you can save for future use. To save your template, select “Chart” in the Components list, and enter and save the name of the template (Theme) on the right pane of the window. 4.19.3 Energy Profile Manager The Energy Profile Manager module is a planning tool that allows users to perform time range analysis based on a combination of historical consumption patterns and real-time monitoring. The module prepares a variety of tabular and graphical reports about the network, the monitored devices, the load period, the usage of the devices and losses on the network. The Energy Profile Manager module is an optional additional module and is the subject of a separate User Guide.

4.20 List of Files Lists the path and filename of the four most recently studies accessed. You may open any of them by selecting its name in the list.

4.21 Exit Closes the program after asking you to save your work (if required).

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The Edit Menu

The Edit Menu contains all the commands to allow you loading and modifying your one line data in preparation for your studies.

5.1

Undo Modification

Starting from the most recent modification, this command cancels modifications that you have made since opening the study.

5.2

Note:

A modification is "Undone" in the same place where it was done the first time, no matter which section is currently the active one.

Hint:

To see the chronological list of modifications made to the study, select the Report > Study Summary menu command (see 8.5).

Redo Modification

Starting from the most recent operation Undo Modif restores a modification that has been cancelled by the Undo Modif command. To cancel a Redo Modif command, use the Undo Modif command. Note:

5.3

A modification is "redone" in the same place where it was done the first time, no matter which section is currently the active one.

Copy to Clipboard

Copies the one line diagram, as a screen capture image, into the Windows clipboard, so that you may paste it into another application, such as a report. Since it is a screen capture, adjust the zoom level and panning to produce the result you want before using this command.

Note:

The background color of the pasted image will be WHITE. Therefore, items that are displayed in white in CYME will not appear in the pasted image. See View > Display Options (section Chapter 10) to find out how to change colors. If a background map is displayed, it will be included in the image captured.

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Find

Displays the Find summary dialog box that is similar to the Find toolbar (see 2.5.2). Only the History mode button is absent from the dialog box found here.

will expand the dialog box and display the search Clicking on the Properties button parameters fields. Click Close in the expanded dialog to hide the filter portion of the dialog box.

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Search Properties

To define a search by Device ID, Section ID, Device Number, or Node ID; User-defined Filters or Text in Device Tags.

Use Filters

To activate the filter to list the sections that include at least one of the selected equipment and or load types. This will also enable the Show Circle Device option, to display a circle on the one-line around every instances of the equipment for which a filter is active, to help you see where they are.

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To change the color of the circle, go to the View > Display Options dialog box, under Display Layers Selection tab window, click on Modify in the Symbols group box (see 10.1.1). The Circle Device option can be found under the Network Symbols category. Devices

This is where you set your search filters. The elements appear as an expandable tree list. Expand the list by clicking on the “plus” signs and make your selections. The program will then search only through the groups you will have selected. When no element in the group is selected, the checkbox is empty with a white background. When all elements in a group are selected, the checkbox background will be white ( ); when only some elements are selected, the checkmark background will be grey ( ).

5.5

Locate Selection

Centers the window view and zooms in on the location of the active section or node. At the same time, the magnification level is adjusted to show the entire section. Same as the Locate button in the Main toolbar (see 2.5.1).

5.6

Select

The menu item contains four sub-commands to help you navigate the One Line Diagram. These commands are enabled only when there is a study open with network information. E.g. Loading an existing feeder from the network, or create a new one. Downstream

Selects the section immediately downstream from the active section to become the new ‘active section’ and places it in the center of the display. ("Downstream" means further away from the source.) Keyboard shortcut: “Shift” “→”.

Upstream

Selects the section immediately upstream from the active section to be the new ‘active section’ and places it in the center of the display. ("Upstream" means closer to the source.) Keyboard shortcut: “Shift” “←”.

First

Selects the section connected to the source to become the ‘active section’ and places it in the center of the display. Keyboard shortcut: “Shift” ↑”.

Last

Selects the section furthest away from the source, along a route that includes the current active section and places it in the center of the display. Keyboard shortcut: “Shift” ↓”.

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5.7

Add Nested View

Nested Views are containers, or structured views, of a portion of a network. Nested Views are shown on the one line display as square symbols by default. A nested view is a continuation of an existing network and can contain a source, substation, or another nested view. Nested Views can be added and modeled into your network data only if the CYMESubNetwork Modeling optional module is installed. Note that the commands will be disabled if you do not have the proper key installed.

When you select this option, the mouse cursor changes to

. You can also select

the New Nested View icon ( ) from the Editor Tools toolbar (see 2.5.6). Position the cursor on the one line diagram where you would like the new nested view to be placed and double click the left mouse button. The Nested View Properties dialog box will open.

Name and View Style

your nested view. To edit the style’s parameters, click on the View Styles dialog box (see 11.12).

User symbol

To display a symbol inside the sub network shape. Click the symbol area beneath the checkbox to open the Symbol Selection dialog box.

X and Y

The coordinates of the nested view.

Type in the Name of your nested view. Select the View Style to apply to to access

Note: You may change the X and Y coordinates, either by typing in the fields (when creating the network) or by a dragging the handles of the symbol with the mouse. You may also rotate the symbol. Click on OK to create. Double click on the nested view symbol to open a new tabbed window in the main display and start building the associated network.

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Add Source

A source represents the impedance of the generation and transmission network that supplies a substation or a network.

When you select this option, the mouse cursor changes to . To open in a new window a substation where you want to place a new source, click on the substation symbol. Position the cursor where you want to place the new source and double click. The Source Properties dialog box opens for you to enter the required information. 5.8.1

Source Tab

For Network

To indicate to which network the new source will be included in. The selections in the list will comprise only the networks that are currently displayed even if several are loaded in memory. Note: When you are creating the first source of your network (start from blank), then the Network Properties dialog box will be displayed (see 5.9 Add Network).

Source Type

Define here if the source will be an Equivalent (from the database) or a User-defined Equivalent. If the second option is selected, the Device ID, Name and Voltage fields will be removed from the dialog box.

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Device ID and Name

Select a source equivalent from the Device ID pull down menu. Click to display the Source Equivalent dialog box and view the list of available source equivalent models and their settings. You cannot change that data when accessed through this command. To modify it, go to Equipment > Source (see the Equipment Reference Manual for details). Type in a unique Name for your new source. If a node has been preselected, the ID of the node will appear here.

Voltage

The desired voltage value of the source. You can define a different value for each source in your study by replacing this number.

Source Node

The unique identification label for the source node. The label (Name) may contain up to 31 letters and/or numbers, but no blank spaces. You may associate your new source to a Zone.

Display

When a node has been pre-selected, and if relevant, you will have the choice to determine that the highlighted node is your Source Node and if it will be displayed as a node or a bus. When the node selected is not electrically relevant for a source node, or when no node is pre-selected, this field will be disabled.

X and Y

The coordinates of the node. When the node selected is not electrically relevant for a source node, or when no node is pre-selected, this field will be disabled. Note: You may change the X and Y coordinates, either by typing in the fields or by moving the node graphically with the mouse (or via the Move command). Additionally, these values are used when importing network topology from a database.

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Equivalent Tab

Nominal Voltage

Nominal is the kV line-to-line reference voltage. .

Operating Voltage

kV line-to-neutral operating voltage and angle of the desired voltage on each of the phases.

Source Equivalent Impedance

Positive-sequence resistance and reactance, in Ohms at the nominal voltage, or in per-unit on the system MVA base defined in the File > System Parameters dialog box (see 4.16). Zero-sequence resistance and reactance, in Ohms at the nominal voltage, or in per-unit on the system MVA base defined in the File > System Parameters dialog box (see 4.16).

Configuration

Wye-Grounded or Delta. Note that the calculations and the behavior of the network will take this data into account.

Load Equivalent

Equivalent load seen by the upstream circuit.

Load type

Units for the display of the Load Equivalent values: kW & kVAR, kVA & PF or kW & PF.

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5.8.3

Demand Tab

This dialog box allows entering the Demand data of the new source. Check the Enter Network Demand checkbox to enable the fields of the dialog box. CYME supports four types: kVA-Power Factor, A-Power factor, kW-Power factor and kW-kVAR.

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To specify the utilization factor and the power factor for each type of client at this location. The customer types shown here are defined in the dialog box Network > Customer Types (see section 7.5).

Accesses the optional Energy Profile Manager module and displays the network demand profiles based on the Source ID if this data is present. Downstream information

Displays, for the network selected, the 3-phased and the per-phase totals in actual or connected kVAs, fixed actual KW, consumption in kWh (fixed or not), the fixed kW and kVAR, the shunt capacitor KVARs (fixed or switched), etc. This information will help you indicate meaningful meter demand values. Click on the Details button to display the information in a table.

Date

In general, used as information only. It is used by the optional Energy Profile Manager module.

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5.9

Add Network

This command governs the creation, loading, and displaying of networks, substations and secondary networks. When you select this option, the mouse cursor will change to the New Network mode:

You can also select the New Network icon (

) from the Editor Tools toolbar (see

2.5.6). Double-click the left mouse button and hold it down. Move the mouse to position the head node and release the button. The Network Properties dialog box is displayed. Typically, six tabs are displayed. You may also see a Harmonic tab if you have the optional Harmonic Analysis module installed. Refer to the corresponding Users Guide for explanations about the contents of this tab window. Note:

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Network group box Name

Unique name of the network (no spaces).

Network Type

The options are: network, secondary network, and substation. A substation is an installation comprised of various devices such as transformers, busbars, breakers, etc. In most cases the substation is used to convert from one voltage level to another (such a 120KV to 13.8 KV) and/or to distribute power lines to a series of other installation or networks. The substation is in effect a connection point between networks. Substations can be added and modeled into your network data only if the CYME SubNetwork Modeling optional module is installed. Note that the commands will be disabled if you do not have the proper key installed.

Environment

Color

Secondary networks can be added and modeled into your network data only if the CYME-Secondary Network Analysis optional module is installed. This module allows modeling secondary networks along primary distribution networks. Note that the commands will be disabled if you do not have the proper key installed. To associate an environmental attribute to the network. Environmental factors are taken into account in the calculation of reliability indices in RAM analysis. See section 7.6 Environments to learn how to set the attributes and refer to the Reliability Analysis User Guide for more information. To select the color for the network. Note that all sections belonging to the network will inherit the same color.

Network Grouping group box Select or type in the grouping you wish to apply to your new network. This will be reflected in the networks tree list. By default, the labels are “Area”, “Voltage Level” and Region, but you can rename them with a meaningful name or characteristic under which to group your networks. This is set in the File > Preferences dialog box, at the Text tab (see 4.15.3), in the Network Grouping group box. Network Display group box You have the option of displaying your new network in the current view or in a nested view created in the current study. If you select to display your network in a nested view, you will have the possibility to select the View Style to apply to your nested view. To edit the style’s parameters, click on to access the View Styles dialog box (see 11.12).

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5.9.2

Source Tab

Source Type

To define the source of the network: use an Equivalent from the database or select the user defined option and provide the details at the Equivalent tab. If the user-defined option is selected, the Device ID, Name and Voltage fields will be removed from the dialog box.

Device ID and Name

Select a source model from the Device ID list. Click to display the Source Equivalent dialog box and view the list of available source equivalent models and their settings. You cannot change that data when accessed through this command. To modify it, go to Equipment > Source (see the Equipment Reference Manual for details). Type in a unique Name for your new source. If a node has been preselected, the ID of the node will appear here.

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The default voltage value at the source location. You can define a different value for each source in your study by replacing this value.

Source Node group box

The unique identification label for the source node. The label (Name) may contain up to 31 letters and/or numbers, but no blank spaces. You may associate your new network to a Zone.

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Display

When a node has been pre-selected, and if relevant, you will have the choice to determine that the highlighted node is your Source Node and if it will be displayed as a node or a bus. When the node selected is not electrically relevant for a source node, or when no node is pre-selected, this field will be disabled.

X and Y

The coordinates of the node. When the node selected is not electrically relevant for a source node, or when no node is preselected, this field will be disabled. Note: You may change the X and Y coordinates, either by typing in the fields or by moving the node graphically with the mouse (or via the Move command). Additionally, these values are used when importing network topology from a database.

5.9.3

Equivalent Tab

Enter here your data for a user-defined source type (as indicated in the Source tab of the dialog box.

Nominal Voltage

Nominal is the kV line-to-line reference voltage.

Operating Voltage

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Source Equivalent Impedance

Positive-sequence resistance and reactance, in Ohms at the nominal voltage, or in per-unit on the system MVA base defined in the File > System Parameters dialog box (see 4.16). Zero-sequence resistance and reactance, in Ohms at the nominal voltage, or in per-unit on the system MVA base defined in the File > System Parameters dialog box (see 4.16).

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Configuration

Wye-Grounded or Delta. Note that the calculations and the behavior of the network will take this data into account.

Load Equivalent

Equivalent load seen by the upstream circuit.

Load type

Units for the display of the Load Equivalent values: kW & kVAR, kVA & PF or kW & PF.

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To specify the utilization factor and the power factor for each type of client at this location. The customer types shown here are defined in the dialog box Network > Customer Types (see section 7.5).

Accesses the optional Energy Profile Manager module and displays the network demand profiles based on the Source ID if this data is present. Downstream information

Displays, for the network selected, the 3-phased and the per-phase totals in actual or connected kVAs, fixed actual KW, consumption in kWh (fixed or not), the fixed kW and kVAR, the shunt capacitor KVARs (fixed or switched), etc. This information will help you indicate meaningful meter demand values. Click on the Details button to display the information in a table.

Annual Losses

Specify the Load Factor that will allow annualizing the losses calculated with the Load Flow module using the formula shown. The results are included in the Load Flow summary report. See the CYME Basic Analysis Users Guide for details about the Load Flow reports.

Date

In general, used as information only. It is used by the optional Energy Profile Manager module.

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5.9.5

Limiting Tab The information indicated at this tab is utilized by the Contingency analysis module.

A limiting device is a monitoring and control location selected by the user that will be used by the Contingency analysis module to calculate the overload factor in the case of a N-1 contingency analysis. This data is included in the contingency matrix report that can be displayed using the Report Viewer used with the Contingency Analysis optional module. Refer to the Contingency Analysis User Guide for more information.

5.9.6

Harmonic Tab

This tab will be displayed if you have the optional Harmonic Analysis module installed. Refer to the Harmonic Analysis User Guide for information. 5.9.7

Comments Tab

The field in this tab allows entering a description or significant comments about the network in question.

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5.10 Assign Zone A Zone is a group of network elements (contiguoous or not) that you can color-code. This feature can be useful for various uses such as viewing the protection zones,into the reports or in an analysis.

Indicate a name for your zone, select an environment attribute (that will be used with the Reliability Assessment module) and add a description. Click on the Delimiters button to set the extent of your zone. To select the upstream delimiter, enable the From radio button and click on the section on the one line display. To indicate the extent of the zone, click on the To radio button and use the drop down list to select the downstream node/section of your zone or click on the wanted sectin on the one-line display. You may also use the Tracing Options to let the program assist you. As you make your selections, the one-line diagram dynamically adjusts to highlight the zone as it is being defined.

The electrical length (sum of the length of all conductors within the selection) and the geographical distance (the direct distance between start point and end point within selection are also shown.

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A label attached to the node from which the active section departs indicates the beginning of a new zone. The zone extends to the end of all downstream sections, until the beginning of another zone, or until the first delimiting. Same as the Assign Zone button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11).

To see the zones on the one-line display, go to the Network Explorer bar, at the Display Tab, and select “Zone color” or “Zone color (random)” in the Display Layers section (see 2.3.5). 5.10.1 Assign Sections or Nodes to a Zone To assign a specific node or section to an existing zone, display the Properties dialog box of the node or section and select the zone ID from the Zone drop down list in the dialog box. You may also type in the name of a new zone in that field, thus initiating the creation of that new zone. To edit the properties of the new zone, display the Assign Zone dialog box using the menu, contextual menu or toolbar command, select the name of your new zone from the Name drop down list, edit the associated properties and click OK to save. Finally, you may select your sections first using the multiple selection (that includes tracing and limiting options), region or group selection tools (see 2.5.6 Editor Tools toolbar). Then select Assign Zone from the Edit menu or from the contextual menu that will be displayed when right clicking anywhere on the main display while the selection is highlighted. The Assign Zone dialog box will appear. Note that the Delimiters option will not be available for selections made that are not composed of contiguous sections. 5.10.2 Zone Properties To edit the properties of existing zones, double-click on a Zone label to display the corresponding Change Zone Properties dialog box. You can also access that dialog box in the Network Explorer bar, at the Detailed View Tab (see 2.3.4), and double-click on the zone name in the list. The fields available are the same than the dialog box displayed at Edit > Assign Zone (see 5.10).

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5.11 Add Section To connect a new section to an active node (or to the ‘To node’ of the active section).

When you select this option, the mouse cursor changes to . First, select a node or a section. Double-click the left mouse button and hold it down. A dashed line appears, connecting the cursor to the node previously selected. This dashed line shows you where the new section will be drawn. Move the mouse to position the node of the new section, and release the button. The Section Properties dialog box for the new section appears. You can edit the data. See 3.2 Section Properties.

Same as the Insert Section button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11). Hint:

If the option ‘Show conductor length’ is enabled, the approximate new section length will be displayed as you move the cursor. (To enable this option, refer to View > Display Options, at the View Properties tab. Go to the Window Options category and enable the option (see 10.2.20).

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5.12 Insert Section This command allows adding a new section between the active section and the previous (upstream) section. The active section will 'stretch' to remain connected to the new section.

. First, select a section. When you select this option, the mouse cursor changes to Double-click the left mouse button and hold it down. Two dashed lines appear. The upstream one is the new section and the downstream one is the existing one. Move the mouse to position the connecting node between the new section and the existing section, and release the button. When you release the mouse button, the Section Properties dialog box for the new section appears. You can edit the data. See 3.2 Section Properties.

Same as the Insert Section button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11).

5.13 Split Section Similar to the Insert command, except that the new section takes for itself some of the length of the active section. It will also assume part of the distributed load of the active section, in proportion to the length. Note:

To distribute the load proportionally between the sections, you must reduce the length of the new section BEFORE clicking OK, otherwise, the new section will inherit 100% of the load and length values.

Think of this command as a way to place a node somewhere along an existing section, so you can connect a lateral to it. Circuit length is not changed.

When you select this option, the mouse cursor changes to . First, select a section. Double-click the left mouse button and hold it down. Two dashed lines appear. The upstream one is the new section and the downstream one is the existing one. Move the mouse to position the node of the new section and then release the button. Usually, you place the node somewhere on a straight line between the two nodes on either side of it. When you release the mouse button, the Section Properties dialog box for the new section appears. You can edit the data. See 3.2 Section Properties. Same as the Split Section button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11).

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5.14 Rotate Section To change the orientation of the active section without changing its length. When you . To use, select a select this option, the mouse will change to reflect the rotate mode section, then double-click the left mouse button and hold it down. A dashed line appears, indicating the orientation of the section (the length is fixed). Moving the mouse positions the Tonode of the section. Release the button when the section is in the desired orientation. Downstream sections directly connected to the active section will be stretched to remain connected. To revert to the normal mouse mode, press the ESC key. Same as the Rotate Section button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11). Note:

It is always the downstream node that changes coordinates when using this command.

5.15 Calculate Section Length Re-calculates the length of the selected section, the selected section plus all downstream sections, or all sections loaded into memory.

. Select a section and When you select this option, the mouse cursor changes to double click to open the Recalculate Section Length dialog box. Select your action and click OK. You can see the results in the Status Bar (end of second line). Same as the Recalculate Length of Sections button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11).

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5.16 Rename Sections To changes name / ID of the selected section (or multiple sections), including or excluding nodes.

When you select this option, the mouse cursor changes to double click to open the Automatic Section Renaming dialog box.

. Select a section and

You can: y Rename only the selected section as indicated. y Rename the selected section and all sections downstream from it. y Rename all sections loaded into memory. With any of the above options, you can choose to rename the device numbers and/or the load numbers of the associated sections and/or the instrument numbers by enabling the corresponding radio buttons. Finally, you can include or not the nodes that correspond to the section(s) selected. Same as the Rename Sections button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11).

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5.17 Reconfigure Sections

When you select this option, the mouse cursor will change to . You can also enable this function using the Reconfiguration button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11). First, select a section. Double-click on it and hold the mouse button down. The network downstream of the selected section will be highlighted and the Reconfiguration dialog box will be displayed. The first stage is to select the area you wish to rephase/reconfigure. You can change the starting section (From) and the ending section (To) by either selecting another one from the pull down menu, or selecting a section in the One Line window using the mouse. The one line diagram display will automatically highlight the zone delimited each time a selection is made in the Reconfiguration dialog box. Check the Include laterals checkbox to include all branches between the starting section and the ending section. Disable this option to restrict the selection to the sections that lie on the path from the starting section to the ending section. This option will be displayed only if laterals are involved.

Click on the Details button to display a tabular information report on the selected sections. You can select to display the results by Number of Sections or by Length of Sections. This report is available at each step of the reconfiguration process. Click on OK to dismiss the report and return to the previous dialog box.

Click Next to display the list of actions you can perform. This includes: Add phase (s), Remove phase (s), Rephase or Reconductor. The last step of the process will be different depending on the Action selected here. Select the action, click Next again and make your

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selections. Click Preview to display the Reconfiguration Information dialog box with the data updated according to your selections.

Add phase(s)

Remove phase(s)

Rephase

Reconductor

The options available in the group box will depend on the “From” Type selected. After adding or removing a phase or after rephasing sections, the user can opt to continue the operation with reconductoring. Click on Finish to apply the changes.

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5.17.1 Note on Reconductoring Choose the individual conductor type to be changed, or choose ALL conductors (From Type & ID and the To Type & ID). Note that all selected sections must have the same number of phases. Note:

When replacing overhead lines using this command, you are replacing both the tower configuration and the conductor size. To change just the conductor size or just the tower configuration, make sure you have created an appropriate line in the equipment database ahead of time.

By default, the type “Overhead line” and the ID DEFAULT are selected. However you can choose from the following: y All y Overhead Line y Cable y By phase y Conductor y Spacing For ‘Overhead Line’ and ‘Cable’, except for ID, all fields will be disabled. - Select the desired Id from the ID list and click Finish to reconductor the selected sections. If you select the type “By phase” the phases (A, B, C) that correspond to the selected sections will be enabled while the other(s) will be disabled. Also, Neutral and Spacing lists will be enabled. Enter your choice in the available lists and click Finish to reconductor the selected sections. Note:

When using the reconductoring option in the reconfiguration command, the type of configuration and the ID of the configuration of the section selected as from is now the default destination configuration.

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5.18 Open/Close This command is used to operate the switching devices. When you select this option, the . You can also enable this function using the Open/Close a Switch cursor will change to button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11). Select the section where the switching device is located, and then double-click on it, the Toggle dialog box will be displayed. Select either the source-end or load-end device via the pull down menu, (if there are two switch able devices on the section). Alternatively, you may right-click on the operable device and select open (or close) from the contextual menu.

Example – Three phases open

Example – Phase A only open Note:

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5.19 Connect Use this command to connect the active section via its nodes to another section in the same or in a different network.

When you select this option, the cursor changes to . You can also enable this function using the Connect button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11). Click anywhere in the OLD display. The Connect dialog box is displayed with the message: ”Please select the node to connect”. Click once on a node. Its number will appear in the dialog box and the Next button will be enabled, click on it. You will be prompted to select the node or subnetwork on which to connect the selected node. Once you select (left click) that second point, its ID will be displayed in the dialog box and the Connect button will be enabled. To complete the connection, click on the Connect button.

When sections are present downstream of the node to be moved, the software will offer the possibility to move all those sections and not only the node to the new location. Hint:

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5.20 Disconnect Used to disconnect a section. When you select this option, the cursor changes to . You can also enable this function using the Disconnect button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11). Select a node or a section to disconnect. Then double-click anywhere in the display. The Disconnect dialog box appears. Select from the drop down list the node or the section to disconnect. Click on the Disconnect button.

Hint:

Alternatively, you can select your node or section to disconnect and right-click to display the contextual menu from which you can select the Disconnect command; this will display the Disconnect dialog box.

5.21 Move To relocate the active section and all sections connected to it. When you select this . To use the move command, select option, the mouse will change to reflect the move mode a section, then double-click the left mouse button and hold it down. A dashed line is drawn between the original location and the location of the mouse pointer. Move the mouse to position the section and then release the button. To revert to the normal mouse mode, press the ESC key. Hints:

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5.22 Rearrange One-Line Diagram Rearranges all downstream sections so that their angles of departure are uniform and equal to the Autogen Angle. The Autogen Angle is set in the File > Preferences dialog box at the Editor tab (see 4.15.5). This angle applies where two or more sections depart from the same section. Where only one section departs, it will be redrawn in the same direction as the upstream section, regardless of the original angle of departure. When you select this option, the mouse will change to reflect the Rearrange O.L.D. (or . To use, select the section immediately upstream of the sections you want Autogen) mode to rearrange. Double-click the left mouse button anywhere and the downstream section will be automatically re-arranged as a schematic diagram. To revert to the normal mouse mode, press the ESC key.

Note:

This command is rarely used since most users want the circuit diagram to look like a map, instead of a purely schematic diagram.

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5.23 Cut Deletes the multiple or the single section selection made on the one-line diagram display and puts it in the clipboard. The software cuts the image shown along with all the properties of the section(s) deleted. Use the Paste function (see 5.25) to add it elsewhere in the display. The Cut function does not apply to elements drawn using the tools of the Drawing Tool tool bar (see 2.5.12).

5.24 Copy Copies the multiple or the single section selection made on the one-line diagram display and puts it in the clipboard. The software copies the image shown along with all the properties of the section(s) copied. Use the Paste function (see 5.25) to add it elsewhere in the display. The Copy function does not apply to elements drawn using the tools of the Drawing Tool tool bar (see 2.5.12).

5.25 Paste CYME will request the user to associate the pasted elements to an existing network. Once this is done, the software will paste the elements and allocate an ID to each section pasted on the display. The ID will be incremented based on the pattern specified in the Default section ID group box of the Network > Section Naming Pattern dialog box, if the Use the same pattern for copied and network template elements option is enabled in that dialog box (see 7.9). If that option is not enabled, the software will reproduce the same ID number, adding a “_COPY(#)” suffix at the end of the ID of the original section copied. The pasted section(s) are not connected automatically. Use the Connect node contextual menu option to do so.

5.26 Delete Zone When you select this option, the cursor will change to . Double-click on a section part of the zone you wish to delete. If the selected section is not associated with a zone, then the confirmation dialog box will not appear. Same as the Delete button found in the Advanced Editor Tools toobar (see 2.5.11).

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5.27 Delete This command is used to remove sections from the display. When you select this option, . Select the section you wish to delete and double-click on it (you the cursor changes to may alternatively right-click and select Delete from the contextual menu). The Delete dialog box will appear to confirm the deletion. You may also delete all the downstream sections.

Use the command Database > Update Network (section 6.5) to remove the deleted element from the database.

5.28 Properties After selecting this menu option, highlight a symbol on the OLD display and double-click to display its Properties dialog box. Refer to 3.2 Section Properties for more information. Alternatively, you may select an element in the display and right-click to display the contextual menu; select Properties to display the related Properties dialog box. Double-clicking on any symbol or line will have the same effect. Note:

Properties is the mouse normal selection mode. Whenever the mouse is in another mode (such as “Source”, “Move”, “Calc.”, etc., pressing the “ESC” key on the keyboard will revert the mode to normal. With the normal mode you can select one section, one network or one device at a time; the one selected being highlighted on the display.

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6.1

The Database Menu

Overview

CYME is a very powerful electrical engineering analysis software for electrical networks composed of numerous types of devices. The calculations used in the analyses of CYME can be very precise and effective results can be generated, but the quality of the results relies mostly on the quality and precision of the information describing each of its components. The Import, Export, Create and Delete options found in the Database menu help you create and manage your databases, while the Database Manager command will help you manage the configurations that combine databases to work with (for example: equipment, network and underlying maps) and select the one to use. When a user is creating a study, the information is kept into CYME, allowing you to modify anything without influencing the original database, unless you need it: other functions of the database menu are used to update the databases with information derived from actual work on the network. Finally, the database menu comprises commands to capture a set of information about the projects generated using the optional Advanced Project Manager module. 6.1.1

Database Formats

In order to use databases with CYME, as a minimum, the descriptions of the network and the equipment associated with it have to be contained in a database. CYME version 5.02 and later supports the MS Access database type. With the CYME Server Database module, it also supports: MS SQL Server (2000, 2005, 2008), and Oracle (9, 10 and 11). CYME Server Database module is included with CYMDIST and is an optional add-on module to the CYME software. Microsoft Access (2000) is the default database format for CYME. Advantages • • • • •



Easy to set up Fast loading Automatically supported with Windows Ideal for local single user Database can be opened with Microsoft Access, included in Microsoft Office; or with Base, included in OpenOffice Does not require server and network administrator

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Limited access rights Limited modification rights Limited security Limited size database

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SQL Server database format requires SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server 2008. The server can be set up to limit the access rights on the equipment and/or network database. Advantages •

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Databases can be opened through Microsoft Access, included in Microsoft Office; or with Base, included in OpenOffice Ideal for client/server network architecture, i.e. multiple users accessing the database Nothing has to be installed on the client PC

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Requires a SQL server and a database administrator High memory usage; the user have to set the limits of memory that can be used

As for SQL Server, Oracle database operates on a server. CYME supports versions 9, 10 and 11. Advantages • • •

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Independent platform Ideal for client/server network architecture, i.e. multiple users accessing the database Industry standard RDBMS

Disadvantages • • •

Requires a server and a database administrator High memory usage; the user has to set the limits of memory that can be used Installation required on client workstations

Database Manager

Opens the Database Manager dialog box, where you can select a database configuration as the “active” or working database.

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Database Configuration(s) list

To make a database active, highlight an entry under the Database Configuration(s) list and click Select. Click the Add button to create a new database configuration. This will display the Database Configuration Wizard. See section 6.3 Create for details. Click the Remove button to delete the selected database configuration. This action will delete the selected configuration and not the database file(s) itself. A separate dialog box will ask if you would like to delete the database itself from your system.

Configuration name

The name of the database configuration selected in the list will appear here. Hint:

Tabs Equipment, Network, Project, Load Profile, Billing consumption

You can quickly rename the selected configuration by changing its name via the Name field and clicking Select.

These tabs allow you to select the Equipment, Network and Project databases. The Project database tab appears with the Optional Advanced Project Manager module installed. The Load profile and the Billing consumption tabs are available with the optional Energy Profile Manager module installed. The fields available in each sub group box will vary depending on the database type selected: Microsoft Access, SQL Server or Oracle. The XML database type is also available but for the Equipment databases only. For the Microsoft Access option, File Name indicates the database file that is associated to the selected configuration. You can re-associate a configuration to a different database by clicking on the browse button and selecting a compatible database file. For the Oracle option, CYME will need the user to indicate among the available services and then select among the existing databases. The user can also type in a name for the schema to be used. For the Microsoft SQL Server option, the user will have to indicate the name of the server and the name of the database to be used. The user has the possibility to use a trusted connection if desired. For the XML option, File Name indicates the XML file that is associated to the selected configuration. You can reassociate a configuration to a different file by clicking on the Browse button and selecting a compatible XML file.

Save the studies in a specific directory

This option is used to specify the directory where the studies will be saved. Enable the “Use specific study directory” checkbox to activate the Study directory field to do so. If you do not use this option, the studies will be saved in the default directory. Refer to File > Preferences dialog box, Configuration Files tab, “Project/Report Folder” item (section 4.15.1) to see which directory is indicated.

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Create

A new configuration may be based on a new database or on an existing database. When you create a new database configuration, you may select a database that contains equipment , network and project data or select separate ones (equipment, network and project) CYME allows you to choose among three database types to create your databases: Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, and Oracle. Select the menu command Database > Create or click on the icon in the Database Manager dialog box (see 6.2) or click on the “Create” item in the Databases Tab (see 2.3.1) of the Explorer Bar. This will display the Database Mode section of the CYME Database Wizard. Select if you wish to create a single database connection or a connection to separate equipment and network databases.

6.3.1

Single Database Configuration

Select Single database and click the Next button to display the Database Type dialog box. Make your selection among Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle and click Next again to enter the details of the configuration. For Microsoft Access •

Type in the file name in the Database File (.mdb) field including the full path or click on the Browse button button. Click on it.

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Select from the list or type in a valid Server Name and type in a unique Database Name. You may check the Use Windows Authentication checkbox or enter a Username and a Password (check with your database administrator about the type of log in to use). Click on Next.

For Oracle •

CYME detects automatically which version of Oracle Client is installed. Select from the list or type in a valid Service Name from the list and type in a unique Database Name. Enter and confirm your Password. Note that for Oracle, the password is mandatory. Click on Next.

The following dialog box displays a summary of the configuration. To make modifications, click on the Back button. To go ahead with the creation, click on Next. Note:

When you are creating a new configuration, it may happen that CYME finds incompatibilities with a database and prompts for a supplementary action before proceding with the creation. Whenever you click on No to a prompt, the wizard remains on the current dialog box. A few examples: •

The database was created with a prior version of CYME: the program will ask if you wish to update it to the current version.



The database was created with a more recent version of CYME or the server (SQL or Oracle) does not exist: the program will remain on the current dialog box; click on Back to review the information entered.



The database does not exist: the program will request to create that database. In the case of SQL server or Oracle, you will be required to enter a Username and Password with administrative rights.

After your configuration is created, the wizard will display the Database Configuration Created dialog box where you will be able to specify (if needed) the directory where the studies based on that configuration will be saved. Click on Finish to dismiss the wizard. Note:

Whenever you are required to type in or select a configuration name, if that name already exists, the program will propose a unique name composed of the name in question with the characters “_1” at the end.

Note:

You will find the information about each of the configuration created in the Databases Tab list (refer to 2.3.1). These are the properties of the configurations as created that you can edit at any time. See 6.2 Database Manager where you will find further information about this.

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6.3.2

Single Database (Equipment Only) Configuration

Select Single database (Equipment Only) and click the Next button to display the Database Type (Equipment database) dialog box. Make your selection among Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle or XML and click Next again to enter the details of the configuration. The next dialog box will be the same one as for the single database as explained in the previous sections. For Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle, along with few details about the connection creation process, see 6.3.1 Single Database Configuration. For XML – Type in the file name in the XML File (.xml) field including the full path or click on the Browse button

to locate it and select it. This enables the Next button. Click on it.

The properties of the configuration will be displayed in the next dialog box. Click on Back to edit them or click on Next to continue. The program will proceed by creating the equipment database. After your configuration is created, the wizard will display the Database Configuration Created dialog box where you will be able to specify (if needed) the directory where the studies based on that configuration will be saved. Click on Finish to dismiss the wizard. 6.3.3

Separate Databases Configuration

In the Database Mode section of the Database Creation Wizard, select Different databases and click the Next button. You will be presented with a Database Type selection dialog box for your Equipment database. Select the type among Microsoft Access, SQL Server and Oracle. The next dialog box will be the same one as for the single databases as explained in the previous sections.

Once the parameters of the Equipement database are selected, click on Next. You will be presented with a Database Type selection dialog box for your Network database. Select the type among Microsoft Access, SQL Server and Oracle. The next dialog box will be the same one as for the single databases as explained in the previous sections.

Once the parameters of the Network database are selected, click on Next.

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If you have the optional CYME Advanced Project Manager module installed, you will be presented with a Project Type selection dialog box for your Project database that have been previously generated with CYME. Proceed the same way than for the Equipment and the Network databases and click on Next.

The properties of the configuration will be displayed in the next dialog box. Click on Back to edit them or click on Next to continue. The program will proceed by creating the equipment database, then with the network database. See the Notes in the previous 6.3.1 Single Database Configuration for a few details about the connection creation process. After your configuration is created, the wizard will display the Database Configuration Created dialog box where you will be able to specify (if needed) the directory where the studies based on that configuration will be saved. Click on Finish to dismiss the wizard.

6.4

Delete

The Delete command operates in two stages. First, it deletes the currently active database configuration. Second, a prompt will ask you if you want to delete the database itself. You may disable the second step; thus the user will not be provided the option to delete the database and it will be left on the disk after removing the connection to it. See File > Preferences, Database tab (see 4.15.6) to set this command. Note that for SQL and Oracle databases, you need to have the proper administrative rights for the deletion.

6.5

Update Network

Studies are normally associated to a specific database. Modifications are saved into simple studies, but when the database is the basic source of information about the network(s) and the equipment, the modifications can also be saved permanently in the database with the command Update Network. The Database > Update Network menu command applies to the Network database all modifications made in the opened study. You can also use the Update Network button the Database toolbar (see 2.5.10) to enable this function. Use this to:

of

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existing network into your study, delete it then use the Update Network command, that network will be permanently deleted from the Network database. Note that updating the modified networks will affect all studies using this database. Note:

It is recommended to delete the (*.XST) file containing your study after using Update Network. Otherwise, opening that study will cause CYME to load possible outdated network information.

Note on Database Security:

CYME will not allow you to Update the Network database if another user has updated the network between the time you have loaded it and updated it. When this happens, CYME ask you to save the study and reload it to assert that your changes can be applied to the network. Then, you will be able to update your network. If someone updates the Network with his or her modifications, and that you use this network for your studies, even if these were prepared earlier, they will include the other user’s modifications to the network saved in the database.

If, for future reference, you wish to keep old studies based on an earlier version of the Network database, then you should keep a back-up copy of the network database along with the old studies (in a separate location). Alternatively, you can use the command Save Study As Self Contained (*.sxst) in a separate location (see 4.7). Note:

CYME validates the data when loading networks. In some cases, certain values will be automatically amended by the software to the default values. Those modifications will be listed on a report displayed upon loading. See the example below. Click on a hyperlink to view and eventually make adjustments. When you update a network, those changes are applied as well. You may disable the Save automatic network corrections… option found at File > Preferences > Database tab (see 4.15.6). Thus, when using the Update Network command, you will only apply the modifications made by the user through the course of the study.

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Import

A network and its equipment can be completely modeled in CYME 5.02. It is also possible to import the network(s) and equipment information from another application into a CYME database by using the ‘Import’ command. The Database > Import command displays the Import Data section of the CYME Database Utilities Wizard with which you can import data into an existing database or into a new one that you will create in the process. You may also use the Import Data button of the Database toolbar (see 2.5.10) or click on the “Import” item in the Databases Tab (see 2.3.1) of the Explorer Bar.

The databases will be imported into a supported CYME 5.02 database type from the following supported data sources and formats. For each option, the wizard guides you through the steps of selecting the source and the target databases.

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The following sections describe the import formats supported in CYME. Note that the application will indicate in a report the errors encountered in the process. This report is automatically displayed at the bottom of the CYME application window once the process has ended. The type of error is briefly described, along with the file name of where the error was encountered. 6.6.1

ASCII Files

This is the most widely used import format. It allows you to import information from another application, a GIS for example, into a CYME database. Note:

CYME Import is backward compatible, i.e. any old import format is still supported. You don’t have to modify your data converter if you still want to use the same format.

When the source are ASCII files, you also have the options to import the Equipment, Network, Load, Maps data, etc. separately, which allows you to maintain seasonal load information (summer/winter, for example). Additional details about the import files syntax and structure with a description for each field of each element that can be imported, as well as the possible values for these fields are found in the CYME Import/Export Manual.

For other database types, you can still import equipment by type and networks, but the load is always imported with the network.

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You can select the one or several files to import in your database. It is possible to import a file containing equipment, network(s), loads, maps, reliability, capacitor status or meter demands, or any combination of these files. You also have to indicate the database into which you want to import the information contained in the import files. From the dialog box, select the appropriate database from the To combo. Note:

By default, CYME will select the active database in the combo box.

As for any import format, CYME allows erasing the information contained in the database when importing by selecting Clear options. Note:

The ‘Maps’ import file does not contain the map itself. It is a text file containing the full paths of all background map files (‘.dxf’ files) and the coordinates necessary for positioning the map on the network.

Refer to the CYME Import-Export manual for more information about importing files..Refer to the CYME Import-Export manual for more information about importing files. Note:

The import process does not delete or change your existing ASCII files (the data is imported into a new / separate database).

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6.6.2

XML Files

If that option is selected, you will have to indicate the name and location of the XML (or SXST) file in the Import Database data from file(s) dialog box. Multiple selections are supported.

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6.6.3

Previous Version of CYMDIST (prior to 4.1)

From the Import Data dialog box, select “CYMDIST Database (Previous Version)”. Click Next to display the Import Database data from file(s) dialog box.

Indicate the equipment and the network directories containing the equipment and network database from a version of CYMDIST prior to 4.1. Then, select the database into which you want to import the data. The Clear in Destination Database options allows to delete the tables related to the option(s) selected and replace them with the information that that is being imported. Note:

CYME does not allow multiple sections to have the same Id, even if they are located in different networks.

Click Next to start the import process.

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6.6.4

CYME Database

Select the “CYME Database” option in the Import Data dialog box to display the Import Database dialog box. The only information to give are the database from which information is to be extracted and the database in which the information has to be written. Use the ‘From’ combo box and the ‘To’ combo box respectively.

The databases created by version 4.1 of CYMDIST or later are of the MDB format, CYME will create a backup copy of the original file, upgrade this copy to CYME 5.02 and then proceed with the process. In the case of an SQL or an Oracle file, the process will halt requesting the user to upgrade the file to 5.02. To do so, go to the Databases Tab of the Explorer Bar (see 2.3.1), right click on the database name and select Connect. The software will present the user with the dialog box from which the upgrade can be made. Once done, return to the Import Database dialog box to proceed with the import.

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6.6.5

Custom File(s)

This feature uses a custom-made DLL file that lists the necessary files for the import process, as well as their type (extension) and their content. The ‘.dll’ files containing the converter and the descriptions of the required files need to be installed in the same folder as the CYME program. These DLL files will be detected automatically by CYME and displayed in the ‘Custom File(s)’ combo box. First select the Custom File(s) option in the Import Data dialog box. Then select the appropriate import name the drop down list, and click Next. Enter the different file names required by this custom import option, click Next. The converter contained in the ‘.dll’ file will then do the conversion.

6.7

Export

Displays the Export Database section of the CYME Database Utilities Wizard with which you can export CYME database data to other formats as shown. For each option, the wizard guides you through the steps of selecting the output database along with the source and the target databases.

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Hint:

Another CYME user can import such files for use on his/her computer. This is one way to prepare your database files and send them to CYME for technical support.

6.8

Re-Index

Restores the index files for the databases if you have used third-party software to edit the database directly and have not otherwise recreated the index. You have the choice of re-indexing the equipment database, the network database and/or the project database.

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6.9

Pack

Deletes any database records that are no longer necessary. Use this command if you edit the databases with third-party software. This capability is available for MS Access database (MDB) files.

6.10 Open Project This menu command will be enabled only with the optional Advanced Project Manager installed. It allows opening a project already created. The Open Project dialog box will list the names of the ones available to the user. Highlight the name of the project you want and click on Open. You can also open a project from the tree list found in the Advanced Project Manager pane. Display the corresponding Explorer Bar tab using the command View > Explorer Bar and indicates a project that is opened, select the Project View option. In the tree list, the icon icon indicates the projects that can be opened by the user. while the Activate the project wanted and then load the networks from the active database. Refer to the Network Forecaster and Advanced Project Manager User Guide for all details.

6.11 Save Project Available with the optional Advanced Project Manager installed. Use this command to update the existing project. In the case of a new one, indicate its name in the Project Name field found in the Properties dialog box (see section 4.18).

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6.12 Delete Project This command is enabled with the optional Advanced Project Manager installed. With it, you can display the Delete Project dialog box that lists the projects available for deletion by the user. Click on the name of the project you want to delete and click on the Delete button. CYME will prompt you to confirm the deletion of the project from the database.

6.13 Close Project This option is available with the optional Advanced Project Manager installed. Use this command to close an opened project. CYME will automatically save the new modifications if you had modified your project since the last time it was saved.

6.14 Switch Status Update Allows you to reconfigure the network, by changing the status of switching / protective devices. The switch status file is a text file in the following format:

[SWITCH_STATUS] , , where = OPEN, or CLOSE When you use this command, you will be asked for the name of the file. The dialog box lists the switches and their new status.

Click the Update button to open a new study, automatically load the affected network and change the status of the selected switches within that new study. Enable the Update network database checkbox to make the changes in the network database. Doing this avoids having to re-import the network if the only changes are switch positions (open/closed). Enabling this checkbox and clicking on the Update button has the same

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effect than using the Database > Update Network menu command (see 6.5). Every study using the affected network(s) will have the status of the selected switches changed.

6.15 Load Database Maintenance This menu command displays the Load Database Maintenance dialog box. The commands in this dialog box are most useful when you need to clean-up the database selected from data inconsistencies. The maintenance options available provide the capability to convert the loads to, for example, allow you to carry on your analyses based on the needed load configuration. Finally, other options allow you to correct a number of problems or inconsistencies when you import customer load data from databases coming from previous versions of CYME.

Database configuration

To select the database that you wish to clean up.

Options

The first three options apply directly to the Customer Load data and are most useful when using data coming from a previous version of CYME. The last three options are more useful when changes had been made directly in the database or for cases where data was imported from third party systems.

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6.16 Default Equipment Mapping In the cases where some devices in the network which Equipment ID can’t be found in the equipment database, when loading a network, the program will replace the ID of this equipment with the default one of the same type. This command provides the user with the capability to indicate which equipment from the database the missing device(s) will be replaced with instead of the Default one. The changes applied will be made permanent in the database upon using the command Database > Update Network (see 6.5). Note that the option Save automatic network corrections when updating networks must be enabled to allow this action. This option is found in the File > Preferences dialog box at the Database tab (see 4.15.6).

Add

Displays the Default Equipment Rule dialog box where you can define a new default equipment rule.

Select a device type among the ones listed. Select the ID of the old equipment from the list or type it in the Equipment Id field. Select the equipment Id that will replace the missing one in the Replace by Equipment Id field. Click OK to copy this record in the Default Equipment dialog box or Cancel to discard it.

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Settings

The Settings hyperlink will appear in the list of the dialog box once equipment is added to it. Clicking on the Settings hyperlink next to an entry displays the Default Equipment Rule dialog box so you can modify the associated record data.

Remove

Position the cursor in a cell within the row to delete and click on the button Remove.

OK

To keep and save all modifications you have made in the Default Equipment dialog box.

6.17 TCC Library 6.17.1 Select The Select command allows the user to browse through the directories to specify which TCC curve database (.mdb file) will be used by the software. Note that the default database can be set at the File > Preferences dialog box, in the TCC Files category at the Configuration Files tab (see 4.15.1.6) 6.17.2 Online Update This command allows you to download new curves to your TCC Library (database) by automatically connecting the CYME web site. This feature is designed to keep your library up-to-date between the releases of new versions of CYME. Note:

Your computer must be connected to the Internet before you choose this function.



The curves are grouped by device type in a tree view style.



You can select many items at once by clicking on a parent item (Company level or device-type level).



All the selected items will be added when the Import button is clicked.



If you position the mouse cursor over an item, a tooltip will give you more information about this item.

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7.1

The Network Menu

Select Networks

Allows you to load copies of existing networks into your study from the active network database and lets you choose which network(s) to display in the active one-line diagram window. When you open an existing study, CYME automatically loads and displays the selected networks. The Load Networks dialog box can also be displayed using the Load Networks icon located in the Main toolbar (see 2.5.1) or through the Load command in the contextual menus invoked in the Network Tab (see 2.3.3).

Network Version

This field is enabled when the optional Advanced Project Manager module is installed or with certain versions of the CYMDIST Gateway. The user will be able to select for display among the various versions of the same network that have been created and saved in the database that is set as the active one.

Tracing Mode

Three tracing modes are available: y Load selected network(s) and all dependencies: When you check this option, if the network to load is connected to a substation, all networks connected to the substation and the substation itself will be loaded in memory. y Load selected network(s) and the minimum dependencies: If the network to be loaded is connected to a substation, CYME will load the substation. Then it will look for the network direct source.

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Load selected network(s) only: Check this option to load only the selected network. If the network is connected to a substation, the latter will be replaced by an equivalent source.

Find

to find it, click on it Type in the string to search for and click on the again to go to the next instance containing the string typed in.

Ties

To load only the network(s) selected in the dialog box, choose the None option. To load the network(s) selected along with networks directly connected, select “Level 1”. With the “Level 2” option, the networks connected to the Level 1 network will also be loaded, and so on.

Loaded Networks Group Box

This group box lists all the networks that are part of the “active” database. The contents of each column can be ordered alphabetically or numerically by clicking on the corresponding column header. Column data can be filtered using per-column filters. Some columns allow filtering while indicates that a filter is available; click on it to see the others do not. The column filter icon parameters that can be set. Once a filter has been applied, the icon changes to . Click on the Reset Filters button to return to the unfiltered data. Note that if you had re-ordered the data by clicking on a column header, the Reset Filter button will revert that data to how it was displayed when you first invoked the dialog box. Clicking the Save Filters button will save your filters as defaults and will be applied the next time you open the dialog box. Status

This column indicates if the network is as loaded from the database or if it had been modified and not yet saved in the database. The network is present in the database but not loaded in memory. The network is loaded in memory and the data displayed is as the data in the database. The network is loaded in memory and has been modified. You cannot unload from memory a network that has been modified: the corresponding Network ID checkbox will be disabled. Use the command Database > Update Network to update your database (see 6.5).

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Network ID

The name identifying the network.

Network Type

The network type defined for each network.

Area

Displays the Area name assigned to the network in the Network Properties dialog box (Refer to chapter 5.9 Add Network).

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Displays the Voltage Level string indicated for the network in the Network Properties dialog box (Refer to chapter 5.9 Add Network). Note: You can change the field labels “Area”, “Voltage Level” and “Region” in the File > Preferences dialog box, Text tab (see 4.15.3) in the Network Grouping group box. Since the corresponding data entered in the corresponding fields in the Network Properties dialog box are “strings”, you can opt for any meaningful name or characteristic under which to group your networks.

Display

To display or hide networks, enable or disable the checkboxes.

Note:

By default, networks loaded but not modified in a study are not saved with the study. They will not be displayed when the study is re-opened. To change this default setting, go to File > Properties, Options Tab, in the View group box. (See 4.18.2).

Hints:

In the One Line Diagram window, you can right-click on a network’s head node and choose Unload or Hide from the contextual menu.

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Network Reduction The network reduction function of CYME is available with the CYMDIST key only.

This function is designed to reduce a large network (or any part of it) into a much smaller equivalent network by keeping the area and equipment of interest while retaining the electrical characteristics of the network to match exactly the power flow and short-circuit results of the nonreduced network. You can apply your modifications directly to your network or create a copy of it. As well, you can customize the naming convention of the network and section. 7.2.1

General Tab In the General tab, a network is to be selected for the reduction in the Target list.

You can also select particular sections to be reduced rather than the entire network. To do so, before accessing the Network Reduction dialog box, use the selection tools in the Editor Tools toolbar (see 2.5.6) to select the sections you want to reduce. Then open the Network Reduction dialog box; your selection will be displayed in the Target list.

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CYME reduces the network keeping the devices as checked in the Device Restrictions tab, and also by keeping (by default) all that is not listed in this tab (i.e.: shunt capacitors, transformers, generators, motors, regulators, harmonic devices, interconnection points and loop points).The reduced network can be displayed either in the original network(s) or in a new window.For the latter, select Create new Network(s). It could be useful to keep some nodes in the network. Hence, General options selections display nodes for three particular situations: 1. Where the conductor changes, 2. Where the phase changes, 3. With multiple followers. The Customize button allows the user to select the name and prefix of the section for the reduced network:

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Device Restrictions Tab

Some devices would need to stay in the network for an easier understanding of the reduced network. Select these devices in the Device Restriction tab. Filters can also be used to restrict only few devices with particular settings. 7.2.3

Node Restrictions Tab

To keep specific nodes in the network after reduction, select Nodes in memory from the Node Restrictions tab and click the Protect selected nodes button.

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Network Equivalent Calculation The Network Equivalent Calculation function is available with the CYMDIST key only.

The purpose of this function is to allow the user to analyze any part of a complex distribution network without the intricacies of loading and managing all the implied networks. To achieve this, CYME calculates a network equivalent for all networks in the database or in memory only. The process is that for each network CYME computes an equivalent source to represent the networks connected upstream and a load equivalent to represent the network as seen by the upstream networks. The Network Equivalent Calculation is generally done once on a network with many networks. This analysis can take a few seconds for a few feeders and can take a few hours for a large network. 7.3.1

Network Equivalent Example

The source equivalent voltages and impedance along with the equivalent load seen by a particular network are entered in the Network properties dialog box under the Equivalent tab. The Equivalent Tab shows the Voltage, Impedance and Load Equivalent. The example provided uses the Tutorial database Tutorial_with_cascaded_substations. The figure below shows the network containing ten feeders and two substations. The feeder at the left is called GA04.

For example, a user wants to work on that particular network without having to load all the networks each time. The solution is to run a Network Equivalent Calculation to obtain an equivalent source for all networks. You access the dialog through Network > Network Equivalent Calculation, select your calculation mode and click Calculate.

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After running the analysis, it is possible to load only GA04 and to run some analysis. Those analyses on a single network or few networks take into consideration all other networks.

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Network Types

This dialog box is used to identify the network types that are used throughout the software along with, for each type identified, some general behavior characteristics when creating new networks or when loading/selecting existing ones. By default, four Network Type options are available: Feeder, Secondary Network, Substation and Transmission Line. You may Rename them. The names indicated here will be the category names used throught the software whenever using a tree listing of the networks. This starts with the initial selection of your Network Type in the field present in the Properties dialog box when creating a new source or a new network. The Network Type is also used: •

For sorting in the tree view of the Networks tab.



For identification of the network in the Select Networks dialog box (see 7.1).



In every analysis tab where the selection of networks is required.

See also the Network Grouping group box in the File > Preferences dialog box, Text tab (see 4.15.3). Select a Network Type and then select the options to apply to that type. Once done, click OK to save.

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Customer Types

This command enables you to define and manage customer types and categories. The four categories, “Residential”, “Commercial”, “Industrial”, and “Other” are the base classes, and as such cannot be deleted. Click on New to create new ones to be added to this list. You can also access this function by clicking on the Customer Types button in the Load Model toolbar (see 2.5.9). Three tabs form the basic functionality: Load Flow, Load Allocation and Properties, which are defined below. If you have the optional Transient Stability Analysis module or the Harmonic Analysis module installed, then more tabs will be displayed: Stability and Harmonic. Refer to the corresponding Users Guides for explanation about these. 7.5.1

Load Flow Tab

The Load Flow tab is used to define the load flow Voltage Sensitivity Load Model and the Voltage Threshold below which all loads are converted to constant impedance models.

Voltage sensitivity load models can either be defined as Composite (ZIP) or Exponent Models.

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Composite Model

To specify the portion of the load that is the constant power (P), the constant current (I) and the constant impedance (Z). The total must add up to 100% for P and Q.

Exponent Model

The active and reactive components of any load will vary with the voltage. Exponent’s nP and nQ determine how the active and reactive load powers vary with the bus or node voltage.

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The relation between the load power and applied voltage can be expressed as: nP ⎛ V ⎞ P = Po × ⎜ ⎟ ⎝ Vbase ⎠

V ⎞ nQ Q = Qo × ⎛⎜ ⎟ ⎝ Vbase ⎠

Where: Po = Nominal Active Power Qo = Nominal Reactive Power

Note :

7.5.2



nP or nQ = 0.0 means constant-power load.



nP or nQ = 1.0 means constant-current load.



nP or nQ = 2.0 means constant-impedance load.

Load Allocation Tab

Load Profiles

To specify the power, load and utilization factors related to this type of client, which will be applied to the CYME functions using this parameter, including the optional Energy Profile Manager module.

Coincidence Factors

To indicate the ratio between the simultaneous peak demand for the type of customer selected and the total peak demand within the same specified period of time. The factors typed in are utilized by the optional Energy Profile Manager module. Accesses the optional Energy Profile Manager module and displays the load profiles if this data is present.

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7.6

Properties Tab Description

To add a description in the Description field. This is a memo data type field.

Color

To assign a color to a customer class. This color can be used to colorcode the load symbols on the OLD display.

Environments

Some environmental factors will affect the system reliability indices. The following dialogs will allow you to specify those factors and to indicate in what extent they really influence system reliability. An environment attribute thus defined may be associated to a network, a zone, or a section upon their creation (accessed through the Edit menu), or applied to existing ones through their respective Properties dialog boxes. The child components of an element to which an environment attribute is added will inherit the characteristics of that attribute. 7.6.1

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New

To open the New Environment dialog and enter a name for the environment defined, click on OK to add it in the Name list or click Cancel to quit the dialog without entering any name.

Delete

To delete an environment, select it from the Name list and then click on the Delete button.

Rename

To rename an environment, select it from the Name list and click on the Rename button to open the Rename dialog. Type in the new name and click OK.

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Description

To add a description for the environment highlighted in the Name list. Because the environment data is saved in an XML file, the description can be as long as you want.

Color

To associate a color attribute to the environment. This color will be available at the Environment color layer to allow you to color code the loaded networks by environment color.

Note:

For color-coding purpose, if a section environment attribute is different than the network environment attribute, the section environment attribute will have precedence over the network attribute.

Reliability Tab

You can adjust reliability parameters so they reflect more the effect of the environment. The effect on the parameters can be additive, multiplicative or both. Refer to the Reliability Analysis User Guide for more information.

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7.7

Load Growth

The Load Growth command allows the user to specify the percentage change for loads during specific years, modify the loads accordingly and run the analysis to evaluate the effect of such load changes to the network. The Load Growth applies growth factors on selected feeders up to December 31 of a particular (future) year. (All loads are defined at December 31 of a particular year.) 7.7.1

Edit Factors

You can specify annual growth rates for loads on specific sections, zones, feeders and nested networks. Step 1

Select the Network > Load Growth > Edit Factors command. The Edit Growth Factors dialog box appears.

Step 2

Select the year(s) for which the growth factors are to apply. You may select more than one year by clicking and dragging the mouse over them. The selected years will be listed under Growth rate(s) for while you define the appropriate growth factors. Hint: By default, the range of years is 1990-2020. To extend the range (up to 1900-2100), go to the menu File > Preferences, Simulation tab and edit the date range in the Load Growth fields.

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Under Editing, select which type of factor (Feeder, Zone, Section, etc.) to edit. (Only the most specific factor applies). For example: If you define a factor for a feeder and another factor for a section within that feeder, then only the section factor will apply to that section. The feeder factor will apply to the rest of the feeder.

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The Editing list at the left will show the names of the items part of the factor category just selected. Select the items from the list by clicking with the mouse. (In the example above, the growth factors for sections 10006, 10010, 10015 et 10017-1 are being defined for each of the years 2011, 2012 and 2013.) You may make multiple choices using the Shift or the CTRL key while clicking on the items in the list. Hint: The two filter boxes at the lower left corner allow you to shorten the list by including only some of the networks or zones which are present in the study.

Step 5

Enter the factors in the spaces provided.

Step 6

Click the Set button to save these factors

Step 7

Repeat for another year(s) or other sections in the same year(s) if desired.

Step 8

Click OK when finished.

Notes:

• Growth factors are cumulative from year to year. A factor defined for four years is applied in each of those years, not once over the span of the years selected. • Growth factors may be negative. • Click Reset to undo any changes you have made to the currently active settings. • Click Cancel to exit and disregard all changes, even if you clicked Set.

7.7.2

Apply Factors 1. Select the Network > Load Growth > Apply Factors command. The Apply Load Factors dialog box as shown below will be displayed on screen. 2. Choose the feeder(s) by clicking on their names under Select Network(s). 3. Type in the future date next to Load growth to end of year. 4. Select the calculation parameters, e.g. the Growth Factor(s), the Load Type and the Customer Type(s). 5. Click OK to perform the calculations.

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You may opt not to apply some of the growth factors specified in the Network > Load Growth > Edit Factors dialog box. To do so, choose User defined growth, and deactivate the relevant factors by un-checking their checkboxes. To disregard all factors, and instead apply a single factor to every load, choose General growth. In that case, enter a value (e.g. 5%) in the box provided and select either Per Year or Total to indicate how you want the given factor to be applied over the selected years. Once load growth factors are applied to the network the user can proceed to perform other analysis functions such as Load Flow and Short Circuit Analysis. All non-zero loads will be brought from their actual year up to December 31 of the desired year. Hint:

It is possible to go back in time. Simply indicate an earlier year as the target date. If you leave the growth factors in place, the loads will decrease, as the growth is “undone”. However, if you choose a General growth factor of 0% when you go back, all you do is change the date. You can use this command to adjust load data by certain correction factors (e.g., “grow” from 2008 to 2011) and then restore the original date (2008) to the loads afterward by “growing” by 0% back to the year 2008.

Hint:

You could grow the load by some general factor (e.g. 5%) for say 5 years in order to see where problems develop as the system becomes more loaded. Then you can return to the present by growing back to the original date (keeping the growth factors in use). Furthermore, once you know where problems will occur, you can grow the load one year at a time and simulate corrective measures.

7.8

Load Model Manager

To create load models names. Click on New to create a new name (do not use spaces between characters). You can either create a blank model or copy an existing model. The Delete command deletes from the database the data related to the load model name, whereas the Reset command sets to zero the loads of the model while not removing the name from the database.

For a blank load model, you may need to import the data using the menu command Database > Import (see section 6.6). If this option is not checked, the software will copy the model from the load model which name is selected.

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The customer load data is typically set through the load Settings group boxes of the Section Properties dialog box of each section for which a load is specified.

7.9

Section Naming Pattern

The Default Section ID is the name CYME suggests for each new section you create via the commands Add, Insert, or Split. It may contain as many as 32 characters, divided among five fields (No., Prefix, Suffix and two one-character Separators). You can type in the starting Number of your sequence. Four modes are available: •

Use local pattern allows you to indicate a prefix and a suffix to use with the number.



Use local pattern with user ID as prefix, where you can indicate the suffix to use while the prefix is the user ID.



Use local pattern with network ID as prefix, where you can indicate the suffix to use while the prefix is the network name to which the user is connected.

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Use database pattern allows the creation of prefix-suffix models to use with the sequential number. Note that the user cannot modify those patterns but can create new ones or delete existing ones.

When a new section is created using the suggested default ID, the value for the “Number” portion will be increased by 1. The prefix and suffix remain fixed. If you use a different prefix and/or suffix in each network, you can use the same section numbers repeatedly without assigning the same ID to two sections. You set up the default Section ID to be “GREENLEE_1_WEST”, by Example: setting the prefix = “GREENLEE_”, the number = “1” and the suffix = “_WEST”. You add a new section, accepting the default. You add another section, and the default ID is GREENLEE_2_WEST. If you accept that ID, the next section you create will be called GREENLEE_3_WEST by default. In this way, you can sequentially number the sections you connect, and each Section ID is will be unique. The option Use the same pattern for copied and network template elements indicates to the software to apply the pattern defined with the options of this group box to the attribution of IDs to the elements that are newly put on the display using the Copy/Paste option (see 5.24) or added using a template dragged from the Symbol Bar. See 2.3.2.1 to learn how to Create Network/Device Templates. Note that the device templates will always use the same pattern.

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Chapter 8

The Report Menu

The Reports menu contains a variety of functions to allow creating and customizing tabular reports for all the analyses in CYME. The reports are generated based on values obtained from the most recent analysis, and can be done in a variety of formats. Reports are displayed in a separate pane below the main display. This window can be moved anywhere in the display. After performing an analysis, go to Report > On Calculation to select the reports to display (see 8.2). See chapter 13.1 Reports for more information about how to customize your own reports.

8.1

Reports Contextual Menus

Contextual menus are available for further action on the reports generated, The options will be enabled if relevant to the type of report active. Possible options are listed below. Undo

To undo any formatting or modification made to the reports.

Redo

To re-instate the just undone action.

Copy

Copies your selection into the Windows clipboard for pasting in another application.

Find

To search a string within the active report.

Export/ Export All

To export the active worksheet-style report or reports to a Microsoft Excel worksheet or Internet Explorer. If you export all reports, the Excel worksheet will be tabbed the same way than the CYME reports.

Docking View

This option toggles the display of the reports between the main display area and a docked view.

Zoom

To zoom in or out on the active report.

Format

To select the font, border, cell sizes and colors and to display the related Properties dialog box. The options enabled will differ depending on the style of the report (text or worksheet). Refer to 8.7 Format for details about a few commands that will be accessed from here.

Save as/ Save all

Saves the active, (or highlighted) report to a file. The file format available is .CSV (Comma Separated Variable files). You can print the file or import it into a document using a word processing software. Before selecting this command, click on the tab of the report you wish to save to make it the active one. Save all will save all the reports generated together.

Close

To close the active report.

Close All

To close all reports.

Allow docking

To allow the possibility to dock the reports at the bottom of the screen as a resizable area.

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Hide

To hide the reports. To display them again, select the menu command View > Reports or by clicking on the Show reports button in the Simulation toolbar (see 2.5.5). You will not be able to hide the reports if they are displayed in the main display area.

Floating

To display the reports in a separate window that can be resized and moved anywhere in the display. Dragging a floating window towards an edge (horizontal or vertical) of the display will dock it along that edge.

MDI Child

8.2

To display the tabbed reports as an additional main window.

On Calculation

Displays the Reports dialog box where you select the tabular reports you wish to generate and set their properties in terms of components of the network to analyze. Make your selections as described in this chapter and click OK. Multiple reports appear as separate tabs in the bottom of the report window. Click on the tab to view that particular report. Reports may be docked (fixed to the bottom edge of the screen, for example) or maximized, as an independent window.

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Select

Networks: To generate the reports for the networks selected in the tree list. If you choose two or more networks, enabling the option “All networks in the same report” in the Report Properties dialog box (see below) of the reports selected will generate the reports in the same window, instead of in separate windows. Selected Area: to generate the reports for the sections selected on the one-line display prior to selecting this option. Branch Downstream or Branch Upstream: To generate reports downstream or upstream starting from the currently selected (highlighted) branch. This option is only selectable if a section (but not the network head node) is selected before selecting the command.

Show

Select the category of report(s) to be generated. The categories shown (All reports, Current Simulation reports, All Simulation Reports, My Favorite reports) are the default categories from the CYME installation but you can create new categories. You cannot delete All reports and Current Simulation reports but you may delete My Favorite reports as soon as you have defined a new category. You must have at least one favorite report category. See 13.1.1 Create a New Report Category to learn about this.

Properties links

Click on the hyperlinks to display the associated Report Properties dialog box where you can customize the contents of the report. The reports which names are shown in the list with a grey background, cannot be customized as such but the user will be able to select among a number pre-defined options. Each Report Properties dialog box for the reports you can customize is composed of the same types of parameters:

Refer to 13.1.3 Add New Reports to learn about creating new reports.

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General Information

This section identifies the report by its Name and its Category. The Title will appear on the tab of the report(s). The Mode is the format of the report. Available formats are: CYME spreadsheet, Microsoft Excel (xls), HTML, XML, XML View and Microsoft Access (mdb). The Filename and Template fields will be enabled when relevant.

Select Devices

To mark all the devices applicable to the report you want. You can select devices on all sections or by device types. By default, the abnormal conditions are disabled. To activate one of them, you must first mark check the option Abnormal conditions only.

Select Keywords

This field will be automatically filled with the keywords associated to that report; if there are none it is left blank. You may add new keywords by clicking on the add button ) and then using the Keyword Selection dialog box. ( You may delete unwanted keywords. Just select the ). You may keyword and click on the delete button ( also change the keywords order in the list. Select the keyword and then click once on ( keyword one position up or down.

User Defined Filters Include

) or (

) to move the

You may assign user-defined filters to further refine the to display the User Defined Filters results. Click on dialog box and select the filters to apply. All networks in the same report: to generate all the reports in the same window, instead of each in a separate window. Isolated devices: to include the isolated devices in the report. Devices with a tag displayed: to include in the report the devices with a tag displayed in the one-line diagram, even if their type is not selected in the Select Devices list of the dialog box.

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General

This command displays the Reports dialog box where you can select and generate reports for the selected set of input data (and Selected networks or Areas).

8.4

Equipment

This command opens the Equipment Report dialog box that will allow you to select the equipment of the equipment database for which you require a report. The report will be shown by equipment type. Make your selections and click OK to generate the report(s). A separate tab window will be opened for each selected type.

8.5

Study Summary

This command reports generates a report (complete listing) of the modifications made in the study, whether they were made to the base case network(s) or to the newly created ones within the study. The modifications are listed in the order in which they were made. Hint:

The modification descriptions (e.g., “properties modification on section...”) may not be precise enough at times; if you wish, CYME can be configured to prompt you to enter your own descriptive text as you make modifications. To enable this feature, go to File > Preferences. In the Editor Tab window (see 4.15.5), select the option “Prompt for a user description when creating a modification”.

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8.6

Validation Rules

This command generates reports on validation rules for the selected set of equipment or equipment setting data. Click to place a ( ) next to the desired equipment or equipment setting. You may report on the CYME rules or the user-defined rules imposed on the data or you may check Undefined Rules to list the data for which no rules have been defined. You may set the report format to Cyme spreadsheet, Excel or Html.

8.7

Format

This menu option is available for worksheet-style reports only. With it, you can adjust the size and the color of the font, the alignment of the text, and the style and color of the border of any cell in the report. 8.7.1

Cell Properties

Position the cursor into a cell of the report, or highlight several cells, and invoke the command. The Cells dialog box will be displayed allowing you to set the font, color, border and alignment parameters of the selection.

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Cell Style

Displays the Styles dialog box with which you can globally set the font, color, border and alignment parameters of the column or the row titles and of the data grid as a whole.

8.8

Properties

To select properties that will be reflected on both the report displayed on screen and the printed report. See in the Preview group box the effect of each selection. Note that the changes you make here apply to the report into which your cursor is positioned.

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Header/Footer

Display the Header / Footer dialog box where you can customize the header and footer of generated reports.



$F: Name of the file



$A: Application name



$P: Page number



$N: Total number of pages



$D: Date – you can specify the date formatting with an additional parameter, as for example $D{%h:%m}



$T: Time in a 24-hour format



$R: Register / Tabsheet name (if grid is used in a workbook).

8.10 Save Saves the active, (or highlighted) report to a file. The file formats available are Comma Separated Variable Files (.csv). You can print the file or import it into a document using a word processing software. Before selecting this command, click on the tab of the report you wish to save to make it the active one.

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8.11 Close To close the active report. Click on the tab of the report you wish to close before selecting this command.

8.12 Close All Closes all the report windows at once. Hint:

You can configure CYME to automatically close all reports when you close your study. To enable this feature, go to File > Preferences. In the Report tab window, select the option “Clear reports when closing a study” (see 4.15.7).

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Chapter 9

9.1

The View Menu

Toolbars

To display or hide a toolbar by selecting or de-selecting its name. A right-click in the toolbar area provides the same functionality. All toolbars are described at section 2.5 Toolbars.

9.2

Status Bar To display or hide the Status Bar (the two lines of text at the bottom of the screen).

By default, the top line displays the currently selected database configuration and database type. For information on how to customize the top line of the status bar, refer to Customize > Status Bar (section 11.4). The second line displays a predefined set of information about the active symbol (selected item). Commas separate information. For example, information for a section include: y y y y y y

Section ID and Network name. Phases present (A, B, C). [Example: (Phase:B,C) if only phases B and C are present.] From Node ID and To Node ID. Equipment connected at source end / load end, (if any) (if none, then only “/” will be shown). Conductor type. Length (m or ft., km or mi.).

The coordinates of where the cursor is located are shown further to the right of that second line.

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Explorer Bars

To display or hide the Explorer Bar(s). See section 2.3 Explorer Bar for the description of all Explorer Bar tabs. The program will display the Explorer Bar(s) dialog box where you will select from the list the Explorer Bars recently created you wish to display or hide. The list that will be proposed will be the latest configuration you had displayed on your desktop. Once the Explorer Bar(s) are displayed, you can add or remove tabs. Each arrangement of tabs is referred to as a group, which you can rename.

The left part of the dialog box shows the Explorer bar(s) created with the tabs assigned, while the right part shows the tabs that are not included in a bar. Note that only one instance of each tab can exist. Within that constraint, you can combine the tabs, as you want, to create explorer bar views. Click on

to create a new Explorer Bar and on

to remove one.

Highlight a tab name and click on the or the buttons to move the tabs from one list to another. You can also drag and drop the tab names from one part to another.

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Zoom The following commands are available from this menu item: Fit

Adjusts the view magnification so that everything (circuit and or background map) is displayed.

In

To increases the view magnification.

Out

To decreases the view magnification.

Previous

To restore to the last magnification level.

Next

To go back to the zoom level you were prior to using the Previous command.

Locate

Displays the Zoom locate dialog box where you can enter the x,y coordinates of the point you are looking for.

The size of the displayed area around the point (and hence the magnification) is defined by dx and dy (distance from x and distance from y). See illustration below. This is approximately true, since the aspect ratio (the shape of the rectangle) always has to be maintained.

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Pan This command group moves the OLD view by one-half screen, right, left, up or down.

9.6

Magnifier Activate

Transforms the cursor into a magnifying lens. Hold down the left mouse button while moving the cursor over the circuit. When you pause over the OLD, the features inside the magnifier will move into focus. To disable the magnifying lens command, select the same command again: View > Magnifier > Activate.

Properties

Adjust the size, shape and magnification level of the Magnifying Lens. Hint: You can open the Properties dialog box simply by right clicking when the magnifying lens is active. Note that while the magnifying lens mode is active, all mouse operated function are disabled.

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Result Box

Displays or hides commonly used results dialog boxes: Voltage Drop, Short Circuit and Downstream. You must have run the corresponding analysis to display results in the first two.

Four action buttons are available on each result box to quickly access results charts and to help monitor multiple locations. CHART SELECTION. Displays the Chart Selection dialog box. Place a checkmark next to the charts you wish to display and click Plot. You can customize the look of the charts; click on the Customize button or see the menu command Customize > Charts (see section 11.9). DUPLICATE THIS RESULT BOX. Allows you to duplicate any number of result boxes. MONITOR THIS LOCATION. Allows you to hold the results displayed in a result box about a selected location on the OLD. Once this function is activated in the box, you can select other locations on the OLD and the box will still display the results of the location selected when the function was activated. To monitor other locations, Duplicate the result box (

).

CUSTOMIZE THIS RESULT BOX. To select which results will appear in the result boxes of the type displayed. See Customize > Result Box (section 11.5) to learn how.

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KEEP THESE RESULTS. Allows you to disable the updates of a specific result box. This option, in combination with the Monitor option, is extremely useful to compare before-and-after results at a specific location. You can also include here up to two customized result boxes. All those result boxes can be renamed and customized. See Customize > Result Box (section 11.5) to learn how.

9.8

Network Explorer

Provides an alternate interface to edit section data without having to find the sections on the One-Line Diagram. Every section of every loaded network in the study appears in the treelike list. To edit one, first locate it in the list and then double-click on it. The Section Properties dialog box will appear, where you can view or edit the data.

Note:

You can minimize or even close the One Line window, but if it is open, then as you select sections in the One Line window, they will be selected in the Network Explorer window as well. Selecting sections using the Search command will also cause the One Line window and the Network Explorer to select (make active) the same section.

Several columns of information accompany each section ID in the list, for easy reference. You can sort the list of sections according to each of these items, by clicking on the appropriate column header. Click on the header one more time to list in reverse order. To adjust the width of a column, click and drag the edge of the column heading. Click the right mouse button inside the Network Explorer window to access the explorer contextual menu.

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Customize

Allows you to include or exclude certain columns and to change their order of appearance, left-to-right, by selecting the column heading and clicking on the Move Up and the Move Down buttons.

You can also customize the column area by removing add Note:

9.9

columns or

new ones based on the software available keywords. Load indicates “Dist” for distributed and/or “Spot” for a spot load. Loading indicates the (current / rated ampacity) x 100%, but only if you have done a voltage drop calculation.

Refresh

Restores the original order of sections in the list starting with the section closest to the substation at the top.

Section Properties

Opens the Section Properties dialog box of the section highlighted, as if you had double-clicked.

Export to MS Excel

Exports the information table data to MS Excel and opens the MS Excel application with the data laid out in a spreadsheet.

Image And Text Layers

To select, display or hide drawn elements comprising images, shapes and text created using the tools found in the Drawing Tool toolbar (see 2.5.12).

9.10 Reports Displays or hides the various / available reports that you have requested at the position and size they were last displayed (floating or docked). Right-click on the report window frame to display the contextual menu that will allow you to make the reports window floating or docked.

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9.11 Background Map This command activates the Background Map Tab (see 2.3.8) of the Multi-Explorer pane of the software. With the commands in this tab, the user can display a map behind the One Line Diagram. A map may consist of one or more “layers” or “sheets” (individual map images). CYME can display native AutoCAD file formats (*.dwg, .dxf), or its own MapServer File format (.gds, with .gsf layers). Refer to the Background Map Users Guide for all information on the functionality of this optional CYME module.

9.12 Overview Map Overview Map is a thumbnail view of the whole network loaded. When you zoom into your OLD display, the Overview Map will show a rectangle representing the area zoomed in. The Overview Map window is always located on the right hand side of the OLD display and cannot be moved. The command View > Overview Map displays the window.

You can also select the area to zoom from within the Overview Map.

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Chapter 10

Display Options

This last option of the View menu displays the Display Options dialog box that is the main interface for controlling and customizing the CYME display and selecting the information you want to display on your one-line diagram. Use this command to customize equipment symbol, colors, text size and font, line thickness and type as well as displaying networks in different modes, with or without analysis results for the existing layers.

Click the Display Options button located in the Display toolbar (section 2.5.7) to rapidly access the Display Options dialog box.

10.1 Display Layers Selection This tab window allows the user to select the layers of information to display on the current one-line diagram. In any of the categories, click on the

icon to see the list of available

layers and select the one wanted. Click on the to display the dialog box that will allow customizing the elements of the layer selected. See the next sub-sections for details on each group box.

The OK button will apply your changes to the display only while the Save button will save your selections as the new defaults for your view.

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10.1.1 Symbols The Symbols – Default Symbols dialog box is displayed upon clicking on Modify in the Symbols group box of the Display Options dialog box. You can access the same dialog box through the commands found in the Symbols toolbar (see2.5.15) or via the Symbols group box of the Display Tab (see 2.3.5). The symbols categories available are: •

Device Symbols



Instruments



Device Attributes



Transformer Connections



Network Symbols



Abnormal Conditions



Minimum Fault



Priority Customers



Priority Customers Emergency

The commands in this dialog box are used to display or hide the various symbols at a group level or at the individual symbol type level. Place a check mark next to the types of devices, categories of devices, or other elements the One Line Diagram display will show, and uncheck to hide elements. When all elements in a group are selected, the checkbox shows a check ( ); when at least one element (but not all in the category) are selected, the check box shows a square ( ). The elements that cannot be disabled are indicated by an arrow ( ). Notice the shortcuts shown between brackets besides the name of various elements. These shortcuts are used to toggle between hiding and displaying the element in question on the one-line diagram. You can modify the shortcuts using the command Customize > Shortcuts (see 11.3).

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To find a specific element, type in a string of characters in the Find box, click the Find button and the program will take you directly to the first element in the list that matches the text in the elements tree list. Click on Find again to go to the next match. You can also use the commands in this dialog box to change the parameters of an individual element highlighted on the one-line diagram. To do so, right-click on the highlighted element and select Display Options > Symbol from the contextual menu. The Symbols – Default Symbols dialog box is then displayed with the device type in question already highlighted in the Symbols to display list. Click into the Symbol field to display the Symbol Selection dialog box. Select the symbol category wanted from the drop-down list, highlight your symbol and click on OK.

The Size of the symbol is a percentage of the Reference size for all symbols that is set in the General Options group found in the View Properties tab window (see 10.2.1). If you want a symbol to stand out in the network display, then set a size larger than 100%. You can select a percentage in the drop-down list or type in your own. Depending on the element, you can set all or some of the following parameters: line style, line color and width. The option Circle allows placing a circle around the device symbol to highlight that device type on the display.

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Normally, all the symbols attached to a section are displayed in the same color than the network to which the section is attached. The Override color coding option is used to display specific devices in another color for easy visual identification. Note that if you select a category or sub-category in the list (rather than a single element) button will be enabled, and that you make a change in the parameters, the providing you the opportunity to apply the selected changes to all elements part of the category selected. Hints:

To create a new Layer in this category go to Customize > Symbols (refer to 11.13). To set the directory where to read the symbol file, display to File > Preferences > Configuration Files dialog box (refer to 4.15.1). Double-click on “Symbol Library” in the files list and point to your Symbols.xml file.

10.1.2 Color Coding In the Color-coding group box of the Display Options dialog box, select a layer among the ones available. The corresponding Color-coding dialog box is displayed upon clicking on Modify. You can access the same dialog box using the commands in the Color Coding Layer toolbar (see 2.5.3) or via the Color coding group box of the Display Tab (see 2.3.5). In this dialog box, you can adjust the thresholds defining each element part of the selected layer and associate a color to each.

Click on Add a threshold and on Move Up or Move Down to place it within the list. To delete a threshold, click once on the associated line and click on Remove. Hint:

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10.1.3 Tags and Text In the Tags and Text group box of the Display Options dialog box, select a layer among the ones available. The corresponding Tags and Text dialog box is displayed upon clicking on Modify. You can access the same dialog box using the commands in the Tag Layer toolbar (see 2.5.4) or or via the Tags and Text group box of the Display Tab (see 2.3.5). Three categories of tags are available for each layer: connection tags, device tags and network tags. The commands in this dialog box are used to display or hide the various tags at a group level or at the individual tag type level. Place a check mark next to the elements to display on the One Line Diagram, and uncheck to hide elements. When all elements in a group are selected, the checkbox shows a check ( ); when at least one element (but not all in the category) are selected, the check box shows a square ( ). Click on the icons to see the elements of the various families within each of the three categories of tags.

To find a specific element, type in some text in the Find box, click the Find button and the program will take you directly to the first element in the list that matches the text in the elements tree list. Click on Find again to go to the next match. For each element part of the selected layer, you can adjust the Format using keywords and text that you type in. To add a keyword, click on the Keywords button. Refer to 11.6 to learn about the elements of the Keywords selection dialog box that is displayed. You can also customize your own Keywords (see 13.2). The Text and the Options tabs include commands to adjust the text font and size, alignment and color, display or not a border and a background; display the tags horizontally or at the same angle than the devices themselves. Another option is to display the IDs as hyperlinks. If you display the Equipment Id in a tag, you can then click on the text to display the associated equipment Properties dialog box. The Section Id will serve as a hyperlink to the Section Properties dialog box.

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You also have the possibility to override the properties of all customized tags. Hints :

• •

To create custom Tags and text layers, use the Customize > Tags and Text command (see 11.15). To quickly view or modify the tag properties, simply right-click on the tag to display the contextual menu then select Tag > Properties.

10.1.4 Tooltips In the Tooltips group box of the Display Options dialog box, select a layer among the ones available. By default, CYME comes with three layers: Default, Short-Circuit and Voltage Drop. The corresponding Tooltips dialog box is displayed upon clicking on Modify. You can access the same dialog box using the commands in the Tooltip Layer toolbar (see 2.5.8) or or via the Tooltips group box of the Display Tab (see 2.3.5). In this dialog box you can only modify the format of tooltips. To disable the tooltip display, go to the File > Preferences dialog box, Editor tab (see 4.15.5) and enter a large value in the “Tooltip Display” field (ex. 100000 ms). Note that this option does not affect the time it takes to display the tooltips of the program commands, such as the toolbar buttons. To disable the display of toolbars tooltips, go to Customize > Toolbars (see 11.2).

To find a specific element, type in some text in the Find box, click the Find button and the program will take you directly to the first element in the list that matches the text in the elements tree list. Click on Find again to go to the next match.

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For each element part of the selected layer, you can adjust the Format using keywords and text that you type in. To add a keyword, click on the Keywords button. Refer to 11.6 to learn about the elements of the Keywords selection dialog box that is displayed. You can also customize your own Keywords (see 13.2).

10.2 View Properties The options found here are used to set general behavior parameters of your display.

Click on the and the icons to expand or collapse the branches and access the options for each category. In each of the categories, you will have the possibility to choose icon to see them. For the among a number of options for each parameter. Click on the numerical parameters, in most cases, you will have the option to override the thresholds proposed; simply double click within the field and type in your values. Clicking on a button will perform a calculation (see below). 10.2.1 General Options

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Select Yes for the program to automatically adjust the display settings upon opening a view. If you select No, you can manually perform this action using the Display Best Fit button located in the Display toolbar (see 2.5.7).

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Reference size for all symbols

It defines the size that will be used as the reference when defining the symbols sizes used in the view. Any symbol size is defined as a percentage of the value set here. See 10.1.1 Symbols. Thus, if the reference size is changed, the same proportions will be kept. to let the program calculate the optimal value, which Click on is a ratio based on the amount of data (sections and devices) currently displayed on the main display. The reference size is expressed in feet or meters, depending on the system of units set at the Units tab of the File > Preferences dialog box (see 4.15.2).

Reference size for all tag text

It defines the size that will be used as the reference when defining the text size used in the tags displayed in the view. The size is defined as a percentage of the value set here. See 10.1.3 Tags and Text. Thus, if the reference size is changed, the same proportions will be kept. to let the program calculate the optimal value, which Click on is a ratio based on the amount of data (sections and devices) currently displayed on the main display. The reference size is expressed in feet or meters, depending on the system of units set at the Units tab of the File > Preferences dialog box (see 4.15.2).

Note:

The reference size facilitates the global size change. The size of individual symbols and tags are expressed in terms of percentages of the reference size. Should their size need to be reduced/increased, the user can simply increase/decrease the value of the reference size.

10.2.2 Window Options These options allow you to set the main display “canvas” where the networks are graphically displayed, or how the blank main display will be shown upon invoking the corresponding view style, when starting the creation of a new network.

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Display page layout

Select “Yes” to view the main display as a “page-spread” over a gray background. Select “No” to view the main display as a continuous white space.

Display overview map

Select “Yes” to display automatically the Overview Map that is otherwise accessible via the View > Overview map menu command (see 9.12).

Display view title text

Select “Yes” to show at the top of the main display the name of a view as entered when created. Change the display color of the text using the View title text option at the Window Colors category (see below).

Display grid lines

Select “Yes” to display a grid composed of lines in the main display background. Change the display color of the lines using the Grid lines option at the Window Colors category (see below). The size of a grid is defined by the reference size for symbols (see General Options above).

Display grid points

Select “Yes” to display a grid composed of points in the main display background. Change the display color of the points using the Grid points option at the Window Colors category (see below). The size of a grid is defined by the reference size for symbols (see General Options above). You will always have 3 points between each line of a grid, allowing drawing lines at ¼, ½ and ¾ of a grid square. Note that grid lines and grid points can be independently turned on or off.

Snap coordinates to grid points

Available with the Schematic views only. Assures that the final coordinate (after moving an element) will correspond to a grid point.

Show mouse coordinates in status bar

Allows to see what are the coordinates (X,Y) of the mouse cursor as it is moved over the main display.

Show conductor length when adding conductor

To display the length of a section as it is inserted.

Enable automatic connection when moving nodes

With this option enabled, when moving a node onto another one, the software will highlight the node if a connection can be done. The connection will be made upon dropping the node moved onto the other one.

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Show view options button

Show step into button

Show alignment lines when moving elements

To display/hide the button on the main display. The View button provides a faster access to various display options, including Simplified Views (see 11.11), layers and access to the View Properties options of the Display Options dialog box (see 10.2). To display/hide the button on the main display. That button is used to navigate from the main display view (whether georeferenced or schematic) intoto nested network views. Note that selecting to hide the Step Into button does not hide the Step Out button displayed into the nested views. Displays vertical and horizontal lines as alignment guides when moving elements of the display.

10.2.3 Window Colors

Use the options in this category to set the colors of window elements. To change a color, click on the arrow icon and select a color from the palette or create your own using the standard Windows Color dialog box displayed when clicking the Other button.

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An Unassigned element is any section which value does not fall within the thresholds defined in any of the Color Display layers. For example, if this parameter is set to “black” and that the Zone color layer is selected; all sections that are not part of a zone will be displayed in black. 10.2.4 Window Sizes The Window Sizes options define the values that apply to the window displaying the view configuration. The percentages can be selected from the drop-down boxes or values can be typed in.

New window minimum extent

Defines the default extent a new window has when it is created (empty). Its size is defined as a percentage of the Symbol reference size.

Locate extent size

Display extent used when an element is located in the view and is also defined as a percentage of the Symbol reference size: the smaller the percentage, the larger the element located will appear on the main display.

Overview map size

Percentage of the main display the Overview map will occupy when displayed. (View > Overview Map; see 9.12).

Nested view tooltip size

Percentage of the main display as displayed.

Grid size

Option available with geo-referenced views only. The grid size is a function of the System Units selected in the File > Preferences dialog box (see 4.15.2).

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10.2.5 Selection The options in this category allow modifying the appearance of the representations of the sections, nodes and equipment symbols when selecting them on the one-line display.

Selection color

Display color of the elements when selected.

Selection width

Width of the lines composing the representation of the elements when selected (symbols and sections). The value is defined as a percentage of the Symbol reference size.

Selection tolerance

To define the area around the element within which it will change color when hovering the mouse over it. Expressed as a percent of the Symbol reference size.

Mouse over color

Color of the symbol, section or node when hovering the mouse over it before selecting it.

Circuit tracing upstream

To enable or disable the automatic selection of all the sections upstream of the element selected up to the first opened device or up to the source. The complete selection includes the element initially selected.

Circuit tracing downstream

To enable or disable the automatic selection of all the sections downstream of the element selected down to the first opened device. The complete selection includes the element initially selected.

Disable node selection

With this option marked as “yes”, when you click on a node, the whole section will be selected instead.

Multiple selection handles

To resize and rotate a selection composed of multiple sections. Same as the Display Multiple Selection handles button in the Display toolbar (see 2.5.7). The selection will include only the sections that are comprised entirely into the selection rectangle drawn with the mouse.

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Enable automatic multiple selection

To select several sections and nodes by dragging a rectangle on the display using the mouse in its Normal (Properties) mode. It has the same properties as the Region selection button found in the Editor Tools toolbar (see 2.5.6). The selection will include only the sections that are comprised entirely into the selection rectangle drawn with the mouse.

Enable overlapping elements selection tool

To display a Selection Tool dialog box when clicking on a section where there are actually two or more sections at the same coordinates or when clicking on a device where there are in fact two or more devices overlapping at the same coordinates. The tool lists all sections and devices at those coordinates to allow the user to make the proper selection.

10.2.6 Device Symbols With the Device Symbols group you can define the options to use when the section is too short to contain the symbol to display. .

Circle size

Size of the circle displayed using the Show Circle Device button found in the Find toolbar (see 2.5.2).

Circle line width

Width of the circle line in pixels.

Use minimum symbol size

Apply the minimum symbol size when resizing a section to avoid reducing the symbols

Minimum symbol size

Size under which a symbol cannot be resized. Can also be defined as a percentage of the Symbol reference size.

Automatically resize symbols too large for sections

To resize the symbols as a function of the length of the section.

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Display hidden symbols

To display in a circle the hidden or partially hidden symbol(s).

Hidden symbols size

Defined as a percentage of the Symbol reference size.

Hidden symbols color

Color of the circle around the hidden symbol shown.

10.2.7 Automatic Coordinates Generation The options in this category are mostly used in orthogonal representation of a network.

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Section length

Minimum length of a section, expressed as a percentage of the Symbol Reference Size, used when adding a section using drag and drop.

Spacing between sections

Expressed as a percentage of the Symbol Reference Size, it is applied when displaying a georeferenced network as a schematic using the Edit > Rearrange One-Line Diagram command (see 5.22).

Use top down network layout

Used to define the typical orientation in which the network will be drawn when its coordinates are automatically generated. When this option is enabled (Yes), network editing is assuming a construction from top to bottom. When the option is disabled (No), the construction is assumed from left to right.

Convert all nodes to bus

Used in orthogonal generation of coordinates to replace all nodes by buses in the resulting network.

Show all hidden connections

With this option enabled (Yes), the sections and the nodes connection tags are hidden and the complete path between two nodes/buses is displayed.

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10.3 Search The first level of the tree list indicates the dialog boxes or tab windows of the interface where an instance containing the sting type in. To display them, highlight the entry in the results list and click on Modify. The last level of each branch is hyperlinked to a specific element in a list field or to a specific option. To go to that element, highlight its name in the results list and either double-click on it or press the Modify button.

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Chapter 11

The Customize Menu

The commands available in this menu allow you to adjust many display features in CYME along with the creation of shortcuts, keywords and filters. An overview of each command is provided here.

11.1 Menu This command enables you to show/hide or to rename menu items. Click on the symbol to expand a menu list and on to collapse it again.

To hide an item from the menu, uncheck the box next to it. To rename a menu item, click on the name once to highlight it and then click again to enable editing. To apply the changes, click OK. To restore the menu items hidden with their original names, click on the Reset button. Note:

There is however one exception to the items you can hide: Menu (Customize > Menu). If you hide this item, you will not have access to the menu commands but the icon commands will work. To correct this problem, you must modify the menu configuration file. First, find the item “Menu” and change its “Visible” property from 0 to 1 as illustrated below. Menu IDM_CUSTOMIZE_MENU 1

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11.2 Toolbars Allows you to controls the displaying, command set, and the attributes of the available toolbars. As well, you can use this command to create your own toolbars containing any combination of icons from the other toolbars. 11.2.1 Toolbar Tab To select the standard toolbars you want to display or to create your own.

Toolbars

Enable the checkbox next to the name of the toolbars to display them. These will be shown immediately on the display (as floating) as you tick the checkboxes. Custom toolbars will also be listed here.

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To enable the display of the tooltips when the mouse is hovered over a toolbar icon.

Cool Look

With this option checked, separators are added in toolbars and the look of icons when the mouse is hovered over them is different enhancing the visibility of the icons.

Large Buttons

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New

To start creating a new toolbar. You will be presented with a New Toolbar dialog box to enter the name of your new toolbar. When clicking OK in that dialog box, an empty toolbar will be displayed; drag and drop your icons from the Commands Tab window.

Reset

You can add icons to any of the toolbars, including the standard ones. Clicking on Reset brings back the toolbar selected in the list to its default icon content. User-defined toolbars cannot be “reset”: when you highlight the name of a custom toolbar in the list of toolbars, the Reset button changes to Delete, which is an option available for custom toolbars only.

11.2.2 Commands Tab This window presents the sets of command icons that are available in the program and that can be included in any toolbar, standard or customized. They are classified by categories correspond to the CYME standard toolbars. See 2.5 Toolbars for further description of each command available. Select a category, and then click a button to see its description.

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11.3 Shortcuts Allows you to configure key combinations that will activate frequently used commands.

Select a macro

Create Shortcut

Alphabetical list that comprises: •

All equipment types.



All menu and sub menu commands.



Some display options.

Highlight your selection in the Select a macro list, click on this button to display the Assign Shortcut dialog box. Position the mouse cursor in the Press new shortcut key field, and do on your keyboard the keystrokes you wish to use for your macro.

If the selected keystrokes are already used in another macro, their current assignment will be indicated at the bottom of the field. If you click OK, this will re-assign the keystrokes to the currently selected macro, removing it from the other macro.

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Description

A short description of what the component selected in the Select a macro list does.

Assigned shortcuts

If a shortcut is already assigned to the macro selected, then it will appear here.

Reset all

Resets all shortcut settings to the CYME default (i.e. that is part of the CYMDIST.INI file. Do note that this means that the Reset all command erases ALL user-defined shortcuts.

11.4 Status Bar Allows you to select the information that is displayed on the first line of the Status Bar; the second line displays predefined information. For a description of the second line of the Status Bar, refer to View > Status Bar (section 9.2) To quickly modify the status bar, left double-click on the upper line of the status bar to open this dialog box.

Hint:

Status bar format:

Insert your text in this field. To insert keywords, place your cursor in the field at the position where you want the keyword, click the Select key button. The Select Keywords dialog box is displayed. Select your keyword and click OK in that dialog. You are returned to the Status Bar Customization dialog box. The keywords will be replaced with their numerical values in the Status Bar.

Select key

Clicking on that button displays the Select Keywords dialog box.

Disable

Mark this checkbox to disable the display of the information as set out in the Status bar format field and display the CYME default.

Hints:



You can quickly access a keyword selection list by right-clicking in the Status Bar format field anywhere but on a keyword. The dialog box that is displayed shows the full list of keywords by alphabetical order only.



You can quickly change the description or format of a keyword in the Status Bar format field by right-clicking on it. This displays the keyword’s Format dialog box where you can make your changes.

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11.5 Result Box To select which results will appear in the result boxes. CYME comes with two blank result boxes and three pre-defined ones. You can rename and modify all of them. To change the number of Columns and Rows (and the column and rows heading text) to match the keywords you have selected, click on the respective arrows and enter the heading text strings. Click OK to accept the changes. You can also change the Name that will appear in the Title bar of the result box and in the View > Result Box sub-menu. Select the field where you want a result to appear by clicking in it and then click on the Select key button. This displays the Keyword Selection dialog box. Choose a keyword from the list and click OK.

You have the possibility to display the complex value differently than as specified in the definition of the keyword by typing in the following expressions before the keyword in a cell: • “real->”

real part

• “imag->”

imaginary part

• “conj->”

conjugate value

• “abs->”

absolute value

• “cmplx->”

complex value

You can assign a mathematical expression to a keyword. Thus, for the cases where you will select several locations on the one-line diagram, the result box will display the value based on the mathematical expression selected, i.e. either the minimum value, the maximum value, the sum of the values or the average of the element in question within the zone selected.

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Currently, there are five result boxes available: Voltage Drop Box, Short-Circuit Box, Downstream Information, Result Box 4, and Result Box 5. They are displayed using the command View > Result Box (see 9.7).

11.6 Keywords This command displays the Keyword Selection dialog box, which is resizeable. With the commands available here, you can adjust the format of the existing keywords and create new ones.

Keywords Groups and Keywords

Lists by categories the keywords available with the program. The keywords part of the category will be displayed in the right part of the window. You can sort the keywords in the right part of the dialog box by clicking on the column headings. Chapter 14 Keyword Table includes the list of the keywords available.

Find

Type in a string in the respective Find field to search for a keyword group name or a for a keyword. Click the Find button next to the field. The program will search for the first occurrence of the string; click Find again to go to the next instance containing the string. In the Keywords group box, the program searches through the contents of all the columns. The search is case-insensitive.

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Click on this button to add a new keyword. See 13.2.1 Create New Keywords. When adding a new keyword, the Keyword Properties dialog box is displayed to define the parameters of the new keyword. The keywords created will be added to the User Defined category of keywords.

Modify

Click on the Modify button or double-click on a keyword to display its Properties dialog box.

Remove

This button will be enabled only when a User Defined keyword is highlighted. Only user defined keywords can be deleted.

Properties

Displays the Keyword Properties dialog box associated to the keyword highlighted.

Keyword

This is the string by which the keyword is recognized by the system. Each keyword has its own unique ID.

Description

Brief explanation of what the value is.

Type

Can be Real, Number, Complex or Text.

Length

When the format type is Text, Length will indicate the total number of characters allowed for the keyword value.

Precision

When the format type is Real or Number, Precision is the number of digits after the decimal point. This parameter is relevant only for format type Real. It will not be shown for the other available format types.

Display As

When the format type is Complex, you can choose to Display the data as absolute, real, imaginary or complex. By default, the data is displayed as absolute. Note that you can override the type selected here in the Result Boxes (see 11.5).

Unit

Unit type of the result of the keyword (ex. Centimeters, ohms, miles, etc.)

Header

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11.7 Filters With this function, you can create user-defined filters using keywords. The filters can be used with various functions of the program either via a specific parameters field in a dialog box or a command in a contextual menu. In particular, filters can be: •

Applied to reports, in the Reports properties (Report > On Calculation; refer to 8.2) and applied to simulation results charts (see the Chart Selection button in the Simulation toolbar, 2.5.5.



Applied to device views for the quick display of devices meeting a number of selected characteristics through the Select Device View icon of the Display toolbar (see 2.5.7). See also 11.11 Simplified View.



Used to create Global Filters in the Detailed View Tab (see 2.3.4) to enable quick access to specific elements on your network.



Used as a Search Property in the Edit > Find command (see 5.4). See also the Find toolbar (chapter 2.5.2).



Place restrictions to devices for Network Reduction (see 7.2.2 Device Restrictions Tab).



Define the Color Coding of the one-line diagram (see 11.14).

Click on Add or Modify to access the Filter Editing dialog box. The user can indicate a name for the filter and group the filters in categories. These will be shown to the user as a tree list. The filter can be composed of a number of rules each composed of keywords and logical operators. The rules can be a simple ratio or a more complex formula. Given the use of keywords and operators to build the filters’ rules, filters are most useful to pinpoint some very precise components by using their IDs, settings, nominal values, type, etc. or any combination of their characteristics.

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Name

The name of the filter. The filter name must be unique among all the other filters defined.

Category

Select a filter category among the ones available in the drop down list. You can create a new Category by typing the name in the field.

Rules

Keyword Click on the blank cell below the Keyword header to select your keyword from the Keyword Selection dialog box that will be displayed. Operator Select the Operator to apply in your formula and then type in the target Value. Value If the keyword selected generates a numerical value, the Value field will be left blank for the user to type in a target value. Whenever the button appears, you also have the possibility to include a second keyword. If the keyword result generates a yes/no value, then the field will automatically be populated by a drop down list for the user to choose between “yes” and “no” as the value. The user still has the capability to select a keyword.

If the keyword selected points to specific options, then the field will be populated with a drop down list containing those options to choose from.

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Clauses

For more flexibility when creating rules, you can apply an And or an Or clause to each rule. The And clause has priority over the Or clause. You can also add parentheses at any or both ends of each clause to create more complex rules. To do so, click on the rectangular button in the “( )” column to toggle between the type of parenthesis you need or remove them.

11.8 Validation Rules The data validation engine validates all network, equipment, and range of data currently loaded in memory, to ensure all data are with-in operating limits. Use the Customize > Validation Rules dialog box to further refine the default CYME data rules by adding your own specific restrictions and data ranges. User defined data validation rules are store in a.xml file located on your system. To modify the location of this file and or to use another set of rules, refer to File > Preferences, Configuration Files tab (see 4.15.1). Note:

Data validation is a background process and is triggered by CYME automatically as you work (when importing, exporting, opening a study, adding a section, etc). No manual scanning or trigger is required.

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Data Type

Select the target data type to view / edit.

Validation Rules

The associated rule(s) and parameters are displayed on the right hand side of the dialog box. The rules appearing with a grey background are the CYME default data rules and cannot be edited.

Add

Click on that button to create a new rule entry (row) to test against the selected data type. Click on the cell in the Rule column to select from the available operators. Define the relevant value(s) in the cell under the Value column.

Remove

Deletes the selected user defined rule.

A Validation Error Report is displayed automatically when the data do not respect the limits imposed by the said rules (default or user-defined). If an entry in the Location column starts with “EquipmentID”, then clicking on that entry will display the relevant equipment dialog box with the focus on the identified ID.

11.9 Charts To modify the display parameters of the charts generated using the Chart Selection command found in the Simulation Toolbar (section 2.5.5). The command displays the Charts dialog box. The left hand part lists the charts available: •

Conductor Rating & Current



Downstream Customer Profile



Fault Current Profile



KVA Profile



KVAR Profile



Short-Circuit LG & Pick Up



Short-Circuit LLL –LL & Pick Up



Voltage Profile

Highlight the chart you wish to modify. The right hand tabbed windows will change dynamically depending on your selection and show the default selections. See General Tab and Background Tab below. Once a chart is generated, you can also do further modification to it using the CYMVIEW application. To do so, right-click on the chart generated to display the contextual menu. Select the File > Tools > Graphic Viewer command. This will open the CYMVIEW application along with your graph. See 4.19.2.

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11.9.1 General Tab

Name

List of the names of the graphs available.

New

Click on this button to display the New Chart dialog box. Type in the name of the new graph to be created in the Name field and click OK. It will be added to the list of graphs names. Highlight this name in the list and enter the values of its parameters in the right hand part of the Charts dialog box.

The new name should be unique. The software does not discriminate uppercase and lowercase. If the name already exists, it will be rejected. Once you click OK the fields of the General tab window will be emptied for you to create your parameters. Delete

Click on this button to delete the graph selected in the list. You will be prompted to confirm this action.

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Rename

Click on this button to display the Rename Chart dialog box. In the New Name field, type in the desired name.

Note that the new name should be unique. If the name already exists, it will be rejected. Chart group box

The Title of the chart that you can modify. By default, the software displays the name of the chart selected. However, the associated field is editable. You can then type in the title you want for the graph selected. For the style, you have the choice between Line, Line by step, or Vertical Bar.

Y-Axis

These represent the curves plotted. The Values field shows the corresponding keywords. Use Fixed range to set the minimum value and the maximum value of the range of values to be shown on the graph.

Values

Keyword list corresponding to parameters of the graph to plot. You may add new keywords by clicking on the add button ( ) and then using the Keyword Selection dialog box. You may delete unwanted keywords. ). You may Just select the keyword and click on the delete button ( also change the keywords order in the list. Select the keyword and then click once on ( down.

) or (

) to move the keyword one position up or

See 11.6 to learn more about Keywords. Fixed range

Reference Curves

Place a checkmark in the chekbox to activate the fields From and To. These fields will allow you to set the plotting range of the Y axis of your graph. When you do not set a range, the softwrae automatically defines it as follows: From:

Lower limit of the ordinate’s points.

To:

Upper limit of the ordinate’s points.

To create lines of reference on the graph. For example to illustrate your low voltage limits over a voltage profile. Minimum: The Reference Curve Minimum represents a Y=b line. Mark the checkbox to activate the field and enter the value of “b”. Maximum: The Reference Curve Maximum represents a Y=b line. Mark the checkbox to activate the field and enter the value of “b”.

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11.9.2 Background Tab

To select the background colors of the Graph, the Chart and the Legend. The Angle value is applied to the gradient fills. For a Solid Fill style, use the color palette on the left. For an angle fill, you can select the two colors to degrade from and to.

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11.10 Contour Plot

The Contour Plot functionality is a color-coding layer that displays the density of keyword results on the network display. The first and the last color levels selected will be assigned the minimal and the maximal values respectively. Based on the network data associated to the keyword, the software interpolates the values of the intermediary levels and generates the contour plot as a layer over the network.

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11.11 Simplified View When performing specific studies on large networks, it is often difficult to rapidly view the devices of interest. The Simplified View function has been implemented to help you quickly monitor and modify specific devices. It allows you to create a simplified view containing only the devices of interest. For example, when performing a study on distributed generation, you could create a new view containing only the generators, regulators and transformers. A simplified view appears as a single-line diagram showing the selected devices; all other devices will be hidden and represented by one unique symbol.

Configuration

To select the configuration to be viewed. To create a new one, click Add and enter the new name.

Devices and Instruments in view

List of the devices and the instruments part of the configuration. This area will be filled in with the tree list only when a Configuration is selected in the Configuration field.

Phasing

To identify the phasing of each type of devices.

Filters

To select one or more filters to apply to the devices and phasing selected for the configuration. Enable the filter(s) to apply by selecting “Yes” next to its name. See chapter 11.7 Filters, to learn more about setting filters.

Edit

To create a new filter, click on the Edit button located below the Filters field. The User Defined Filters dialog box is displayed. Click on Add to display the Filter Editing dialog box. Refer to 11.7 Filters for the details on how to create a new filter.

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When you click OK in this dialog box, the filter is added to the list in the User Defined Filter dialog box. To remove a filter from that list, highlight it and click the Remove button. Click on OK to return to the Simplified View dialog box. OK

To save the parameters in the dialog box for the Configuration selected and display the corresponding view in the main display. Once the new configuration is saved you will be able to apply it later on to your network by selecting it in the menu of the Select Device View button in the Display toolbar (see 2.5.7).

Cancel

Click on the Cancel button to dismiss the dialog box without saving the modifications. Note that if you have added a new filter to the list of filters available, it is not removed when you click on Cancel, you need to highlight the name of the filter and click on the Remove button; however, if you had enabled or disabled checkboxes in this same list, these modifications will not be saved when you click on Cancel.

Find

Find fields are available for the Devices and Instruments in View list and for the Filters list. Type in a string and click on the Find button to locate the first instance containing the string typed. Click on the Find button again to go to the next instance.

Once your views are configured using this command, the display of your network using one of the available views is done using the Select Device View button found in the Display toolbar (see 2.5.7). The same functionality can be button in the accessed using the Main display. The simplified view will be tabbed in the main display, so you can go from one view to the other. You can also go back to your main view by clicking on button located at the top the right hand corner of the display.

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11.12 View Styles Opens the Display Options dialog box. The dialog box displayed presents a difference with the dialog box that you access through the View > Display Options (see Chapter 10) command: the View style group box at the top of the dialog box will allow you to name the new view you wish to create, to modify existing views or to delete any. Note however that you cannot rename or delete the default Geographically Referenced and the Schematic views. A View Style consists of a set of Display Layers and View Properties that are specific to it. The display layers and view properties parametrized are not shared between view styles. This function is useful to assign different templates with different view properties to different nested views. Once in a view with a different view style, the user can access the Display Options (refer to Chapter 10) to customize the symbols to be displayed within a view with a different view style.

View style drop down list

To select the style you wish to take action on. To specify the name of the new view to create. You can also create categories to classify your new styles. Click on OK. The new categories and new style names will appear as sub menus containing views in the New Study drop down menu that you can access from the Main toolbar (see 2.5.1). Note that the new styles and categories created will be listed underneath the default ones, in their order of creation. In the View Styles drop down, however, they will be listed alphabetically.

Once done, click on Save in the Display Options dialog box. To modify the name of an existing view. You can also assign the existing views to categories. To do so, select a category name in the View Style Category drop down list. To remove a view from a category (folder) and place it directly as an item in the list, simply delete the name that appears in the View Style Category drop down and click OK.

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To remove a view style. Select another style so that studies that were created using the view deleted could be displayed using the style you specify here. Clicking on Yes proceeds with the deletion requested.

Once your View Style name is created, you can proceed creating additional layers and configuring existing or new layers that will be applied to the View Style selected. See Chapter 10 Display Options for details about the various parameters you can set. Click on Save, then on OK to return to the main display. 11.12.1 Characteristics of the Default View Styles The program comes with two default view styles: Geographically Referenced View and Schematic View. If your installation of CYME 5.02 results from a migration from a previous version of CYME, you may also see New substation view in the drop down menu. Georeferenced View The representation of the networks is geographically-referenced. All networks created in previous versions of CYME will be using this configuration. Schematic View This is a default configuration used for CYME. orthogonally in this view.

Networks are displayed and edited

Some options are selected by default such as:

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11.13 Symbols Opens directly the Symbols dialog box very similar to the one in the View > Display Options interface. The only difference being that in this dialog box, you can create new symbol layers and save them in your default parameters.

Once your layer is selected, specify which devices to include in it, associate a symbol to each, and customize their size, color, line width and style. Once done, click on Save to update the default parameters of your layer. Refer to 10.1.1 Symbols for a description of the parametrable elements. To enable the layer created, select it from the drop down list in the Symbols Toolbar (see 2.5.15) or from the Display tab of the Explorer Bar. You can further modify it or use it as your template to create a new layer.

The creation of multiple symbol layers provides the capability to quickly switch views of your network. For example, several layers can be created for displaying different symbols on the network: •

The Default layer could show the typical devices and network symbols.



A Protection layer could display protective device symbols such as relays.



An Abnormal conditions layer could display all the abnormal conditions.

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11.14 Color Coding Displays the Color Coding dialog box of the Display Options interface defined for the layer selected along with the thresholds and their associated colors. You may edit the existing parameters, add or remove thresholds directly in this dialog box. With this dialog box, you may add, modify or delete Color Coding layers using the commands in the Layer group box.

The layers you created can be associated to an existing category (like the Analysis and General default categories) or associated to a category you create. The user defined layers can be of four types: •

Device ID Layer



Keyword Layer



User Defined Filter Layer



Zone Layer

You can also copy one of the default layers into a customized category. You will be able to change its parameters without affecting the default one, but you will not be able to change its name. Once you have selected a color for one of the items in the Details group box, the Randomize button will appear at the bottom of the group box allowing to allocate the other colors based on the colors list defined in the Customize > Random Colors dialog box (see 11.17). When finished, click on the Save button to update the default parameters of your layer.

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11.14.1 Device ID Layer Upon creation of a new Device ID Layer name, the Details group box of the dialog box will change to allow you selecting the devices you wish to include in the layer. Click on Add to display a new threshold to customize. Select the Device type and its ID and adjust its display parameters. The Size is expressed as a percentage of the Symbol reference size.

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11.14.2 Keyword Layer Upon creation of a new Keyword layer name, the Details group box of the dialog box will change to allow you selecting the keyword with the values you wish to parametrize.

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11.14.3 User Defined Filter Layer Upon creation of a new Filter layer name, the Details group box of the dialog box will change to allow you selecting and further refining the filters you wish to apply to the display. Click on the Add button below the Details group box to display the User Defined Filters dialog box where you can select the filter you wish to apply. Click on Modify to further refine it through the Filter Editing dialog box. The filter can be composed of a number of rules each composed of keywords and logical operators. The rules can be a simple ratio or a more complex formula. Once done with the creation of your layer, click on the Save button to update the default parameters.

See Customize > Filters (section 11.7) to learn how to create new filters or modify existing ones.

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11.14.4 Zone Layer Upon creation of a new Filter layer name, the Details group box of the dialog box will change to allow you selecting or creating the Zone delimiter filter that will define the zones. Any type of filter at any level of precision can be used. Note that if you define zones on the basis of a dynamic element (such as the status of a device), the extent of the zones will change based on the current state of the element targetted by the keyword(s) and values selected.

See Customize > Filters (section 11.7) to learn how to create new filters or modify existing ones.

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11.15 Tags and Text Opens directly the Tags and Text dialog box very similar to the one in the View > Display Options interface. The only difference being that in this dialog box, you can create new tags and text layers.

Click on the Add button to start your new configuration or on Modify to revise an existing one. Once your layer is selected or created, specify for which devices and network elements you wish to add tags for, and customize their properties. Once done, click on Save to update the default parameters. Refer to 10.1.3 Tags and Text for a description of the parametrable elements. To enable later on the layer created, select it from the drop down list in the Tag Layer Toolbar (see 2.5.4) or from the Display tab of the Explorer Bar. You can further modify it or use it as your template to create a new layer.

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11.16 Tooltips Use this command to organize the display of tooltips into configured layers. The Tooltips dialog box very similar to the one in the View > Display Options interface. The only difference being that in this dialog box, you can create new tooltips layers and save them in your default parameters.

To create a new tooltip layer, click on the button Add and enter a name for the configuration. You can organize your layers in categories. Once identified, click on OK and then select the device types and create the format to be used in each tooltip. For each element part of the selected layer, you can adjust the Format using keywords and text that you type in. To add a keyword, click on the Keywords button. Refer to 11.6 to learn about the elements of the Keywords selection dialog box that is displayed. You can also customize your own Keywords (see 13.2).

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11.17 Random Colors To ensure an appropriate network display upon the selection of the Network Color (Random) layer (for example), users can now set a priority to which colors are used with the random colors layers in order to maintain a higher contrast between the elements. You can add or remove colors listed, move them up or down the list or change any listed. The program uses the colors from top to bottom.

11.18 User Data Extensions CYME provides the capability to create data fields that can be utilized in the equipment properties and settings, and in the instrument settings. Data fields can also be associated to network components such as the sections themselves, nodes, nested views, etc., including zones.

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ADD A NEW FIELD. Displays the User Data Field dialog box where the user can type in a Name for the new field and associate it to an existing Category or create a new one.

RENAME OR CHANGE CATEGORY OF FIELD. Displays the User Data Field dialog box populated with the current Name and Category allowing the user to change this information. REMOVE FIELD. To delete the field highlighted in the list. PREVIEW FIELD BINDINGS. Displays the User Data Extensions Preview dialog box. Allows to view which fields have been added to specific elements, such as network components, specific devices or instruments. A keyword is associated to each new data field and can thus be selected using the Keywords Selection dialog box and used anywhere as such in the software. In other words, this is also an alternate mean to create new keywords. See Customize > Keywords. (section 11.6). Note that the keywords and the categories created using the User Data Extensions dialog box can be viewed in the Keyword Selection dialog box, but can only be edited or removed through the User Data Extensions dialog box.

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11.18.1 Definition Tab Highlighting a data field name in the Fields list will change the right hand part of the dialog box in a tabbed area. The Definition tab is where the user will parametrize its new data field.

Keyword

By default CYME uses the Name typed in for the field removing the spaces between the words. If this concatenation happens to be an existing keyword, CYME will prompt the user to change the keyword name appearing here when clicking on OK.

Format

The type can be any of the following: text, number, real, boolean, file or URL. The last two formats allow to attach more information in the form of a document, an image or a web page.

Rules and Values

The parameters to be set here will vary depending on the type selected. See Customize > Validation Rules at section 11.8.

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11.18.2 Bindings Tab

To indicate in which dialog box a field will be associated to. This can be any equipment and instrument dialog box, device settings group box, or network element settings group box, or zone properties dialog box.

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12.1 New One-Line Diagram Window This menu command will be enabled only when you are connected to a database and there is already at least one study window active in the main display. The New One-Line Diagram Window command will allow you to add a new study window and select and display networks from your active database. The Display Networks dialog box displayed upon selecting this command has the same contents than the Select Networks dialog box (see 7.1). Make your selections and click OK. The new window will be displayed with the networks selected in the one-line display area. The main area is now tabbed, to go from one window to the other. You can also tile your windows. Each additional window behaves the same way than the original one. Hint:

Opening a second window allows you to display the whole network in one window while you zoom in on a small area of the network in the other.

Note:

If you make a change to a network in one window, that change is automatically reflected in the other windows containing the network modified, even without saving the changes before switching to the other window.

Double-clicking on the symbol of a substation or a nested view will open a separate view window for it.

12.2 Cascade Makes the windows overlap, except for their title bars. The active window will appear on top of the others.

12.3 Tile Vertically Arranges the windows side-by-side. The active window will appear on the left of the other(s).

12.4 Tile Horizontally Arranges the windows one above the other. The active window will appear above the other(s).

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12.5 Close Window Closes the active window in the main display area. Click on the tab corresponding to the window to close (one line or chart) and invoke this command. This will not close the study. Clicking on the “x” symbol at the top of the main display closes the active window as well.

12.6 Close All Windows This command closes all windows even if they are minimized to icons. This command will not close a study. Closing a window does not automatically close a study. If all windows are closed, you can go to the Explorer Bar at the Network Tab (see 2.3.3) and use the Locate command for the networks already loaded in memory and Load for networks that not yet loaded; this will automatically open a window for your current study. If you open a new window via the New Study button located in the Main toolbar (see 2.5.1) or the File > New Study menu command (see 4.1), the program will first check if the previous study has been saved and will then opening a new one. CYME thus prompts for confirmation if you request closing a study without having saved it.

Note:

The report windows are closed using the Report > Close or Close All menu commands. (See 8.11 and 8.12).

12.7 Close All Charts To close all (but only) the chart windows.

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Chapter 13

Advanced Customization

CYME can be customized to display the necessary information during an analysis or when a network is loaded. This is done using the different tools explained in this chapter which are: • The Reports • The Explorer Bar • The Tags • The Keywords The reports may be associated to an analysis and/or grouped together. A user may need to create a report showing different results than the results displayed in the default CYME reports. Different report formats are available depending on the purpose of the report. Using the customizable keywords the customization is very easy. These same keywords can be displayed in other tools such as the result box and the OLD tags. The explorer bar on the other hand can show information concerning the network and the analysis as well. It is also quickly accessible when shown in the main GUI of CYME.

13.1 Reports 13.1.1 Create a New Report Category Creating new category is the way to generate and classify the reports you will be using most of the time. Here is the procedure to create a new report category: 1. In the Report > On Calculation > Reports dialog box, from the Show pull down list, ) next to this list will be select My FavoriteReports. The Customize button ( enabled. 2. Click on it to open the My Favorite Categories dialog box. 3. Click on the Add button (

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4. Enter a new name and click on OK. 5. The new name is added to the categories list. Don’t close the My Favorite Categories dialog box yet. The list of report types in that dialog box is cleared to allow you to select the reports that will be included your new category. Place a checkmark nest to the names of the reports you want. In the illustration shown below Load Flow-Abnormal conditions and Load Flow – Detailed are checked.

6. Click on OK to accept the changes. The new category is added to the Show pull down menu list. Note:

At this stage, if you want to keep this category for future use, you must click on OK. If you click on Cancel, it will be discarded.

13.1.2 Delete a Report Category The categories All reports and Simulation reports cannot be deleted. You may delete My Favorite reports as soon as you have defined a new category. You must have at least one favorite report category defined at all times. The procedure to delete a category follows: 1. In the Reports dialog box, from the Show: pull down menu list, select My Favorite reports or any category you have created (“A New Category” in the example). The Customize button (

) will be enabled.

2. Click on it to open the My Favorite Categories dialog box. 3. From the pull down menu list, select the category you want to delete. 4. Click on the Remove button (

) to delete the selected category.

5. You will be asked to confirm the deletion. 6. Click on Yes. 7. Click on OK to close the dialog box My Favorite Categories. 8. Click on OK to close the Reports dialog box. If you click on Cancel here, the category will not be deleted.

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13.1.3 Add New Reports You can add new reports to a report category in two different ways. You can copy the properties of new reports from an existing one or you can start from a blank Report Properties dialog. 1. In the Reports dialog box, select the category to which you want to add a new report and click on the

button to open the New Report dialog box.

2. Select the method “Copy the properties from an existing report”. The drop down menu list is enabled. 3. Select the report you want to copy from (Short-circuit-detailed for example) 4. Click OK to open the Report Properties dialog box.

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5. Enter the report Name. This name must be unique. CYME will not overwrite existing reports. 6. Enter the report Title. For CYME Spreadsheet report, this title will be displayed in the title tab of the grid report view.

7. Select the report category. When you copy the properties from existing report, this field is automatically set to the report category you previously chose. Otherwise it will be set to User Defined. In the example, the category is set to Short-circuit. 8. Select the report mode or report format. If you select Cyme Spreadsheet, Microsoft Excel (*.xls) or Html (*.html), the fields File Name and Template are not relevant and will be disabled. Microsoft Access (*.dbf) will allow you to enter a complete name for the dbf report file that will be created. XML View will allow you to create a window view from the XML report file CYME will generate in the Windows temporary directory. In this case, the File Name will not be necessary and it will be disabled. However, you may enter the Template that it will be using to customize the report. The template is a style sheet file containing XLS programming language code that will operate on the original report data to generate a customized report. XML (*.xml) will create a XML report file with the specified name. If you specify a template name,

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CYME will add this information into the XML file so that the report could be generated accordingly the next time you will open the XML file.

XML Example

9. In the Select group box, check the devices you want to report on or select All Sections. 10. By default, the abnormal conditions are disabled. To activate one of them, you must first mark check the option Abnormal conditions only. 11. If you start this process by copying the properties from an existing report, the Keywords group box will be automatically filled with keywords from that report, otherwise this field is blank. If you want to delete keywords in this list, select the keyword and click on the Delete button (

). You may add new keywords by

) that will display the Keyword selection dialog box clicking on the Add button ( where you will be able to browse through the list of available keywords and make your selection. You may also change the keywords order in the list. Select the keyword and then click once on ( or down.

) or (

) to move the keyword one position up

12. By default, All Networks in the same report is the only option checked in the Include section. You may check or uncheck any option in this section to include or exclude them from the report. 13. Click on OK to close the Report Properties dialog box and save temporarily the properties you just entered. 14. The new report is then added to the list of reports for the current category and the All Reports category. It also becomes available to be copied from when you create new reports. Check it to include it in the list of reports to be generated. You may click on the All button at the bottom of the dialog box to select every report of the current category to be generated.

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15. Click on OK to close the Reports dialog box and save permanently the new report. Note that if you click on Cancel, everything you entered up here will be discarded. Upon clicking on OK, CYME will generate the reports marked .

13.2 Keywords The keywords are present in many tools in CYME. You can access the Keyword Selection dialog box using the menu option Customize > Keywords (see 11.6). This dialog box can also be invoked directly from other dialog boxes when modifying a report, a result box, a tag layer, etc., generally under the form of a Keywords button in the dialog boxes. CYME contains a great number of pre-defined keywords that cannot be deleted. Refer to Chapter 14 Keyword Table to see the complete list. It is possible to customize the existing keywords and also to create new ones.

To find a keyword you may navigate using the categories on the left; clicking on a category will display only the keywords part of the category. The Find text field at the top of the dialog box allow to search the listing displayed using a string of characters present in any of the keyword names including the items shown in the columns.

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To modify an existing keyword select it in the listing and double-click on it or click the Properties button at the bottom of the dialog box. The fields that will be displayed in the Format group box will differ depending on the format type of the keyword you will have doubled-clicked on.

The Description field is used to describe the keyword and to facilitate the selection of the keyword. The Header will be displayed in the reports (to define each column of the report). The Precision field indicates the number of decimals to be displayed when this keyword is selected and the Length field indicates the number of characters allowed for a “character-type” keyword. See Customize > Keywords (see 11.6) for the complete description. 13.2.1 Create New Keywords Highlight the category User Defined in the Available Keyword list of the Keyword modification dialog box. This will enable the Add and the Delete buttons at the bottom of the dialog box. Click Add to display the Keyword Properties dialog box to define the new keyword.

The fields available will differ depending on the Format type selected.

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See section 11.6 Keywords for a description of the various fields that will appear in the Keyword Properties dialog boxes. The field Expression is specific to the creation of a userdefined keyword. Type a “$”anywhere in the blank space of the field to display a list of keywords you can use to define the expression whose value you want the keyword to take.

Alternatively, you can right-click anywhere in that field and select Insert Keyword in the contextual menu that will appear. This will display a small version of the Keyword Selection dialog box with only the list of keywords, however with details about each. Highlight a keyword in that dialog box and click OK to return to the User Defined Keyword dialog with the keyword inserted. You may edit the properties of the keywords already inserted: double-click on the keyword or highlight the keyword and click on the Modify button to display the Keyword properties dialog box. 13.2.2 Keyword Expressions You can use the following functions within an expression. Note that these functions are not case sensitive” y +, -, X, ÷ y LOG, LN y MAX, MIN, AVG y SQRT, SQRT3, ^ (power) y SIN, ASIN, COS, ACOS, TAN, ATAN Simple mathematical operations can be performed: y Addition ( “+” ) y Subtraction ( “-“ ) y Multiplication ( “*” ) y Division ( “/” ) y Exponent ( “^” ) y Factorization ( “(“ “)” ). Expressions must be placed in brackets ( “{“ “}” ). Example: {2+2}. Here is a list of things you can do with expressions: y Multiple levels of call of a function; y Multiple expressions in succession (one after the other);

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y y y y

Evaluation of negative expression; Specify the width and precision of the result; Report errors directly in the result; Use expressions in Status Bar, Result Box and Report Tag.

Here are some examples to illustrate the various ways you can define expressions. y

y

y

y

y

y

y

y

Simple mathematical expression: Entered string: The sum is {2+2}. Result: The sum is 4.000000. Simple mathematical expression with priority: Entered string: The value is {2+2*3 + (4+5)*2^2}. Result: The value is 44.000000. Multiple expressions: Entered string: The sum is {3+2+4} and the difference is {3-2}. Result: The sum is 9.000000 and the difference is 1.000000. Expression with function: Entered string: The average value is {AVG(3;2)}. Result: The average value is 2.500000. Expression with function embedded in function: Entered string: The value is {2.5 + AVG ( MIN ( 3;10 );2 )}. Result: The value is 5.000000. Expression with specified width and precision (width = 5, precision = 1): Entered string: The value is {-1 ^ -1 :5:1}. Result: The value is -1.0. Expression returning error: Entered string: The value is {1/0}. Result: The value is #ERROR_DIVIDE_BY_ZERO. Numbers are used in the string examples above; use the keywords you want when you build your expressions. Expression containing keywords ($ProtkV$ = 2.5, $ProtAmps$ = 1.25) Entered string: The value is { $ProtkV$ * $ProtAmps$:5:1}. Result: The value is 3.1.

Note:

The width and precision should be the last item in the expression (just before the right bracket) and would apply to the whole result.

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13.3 Symbols Open the Symbol Editor application using the File > Tools > Symbol Editor menu command. 13.3.1 Symbol Components Each symbol must incorporate the controlling components listed below: Input Port

This node is connected to the section, on the same side as the section’s From Node.

Output Port

This node is connected to the section, on the same side as the section’s To Node.

Aggregate Port

This node is provision for connection with other connecting symbols (e.g. meter).

The number of connection ports for non-device symbols. Example: a substation symbol or a network symbol. Keyword Anchor Note :

You can add dynamic text to a symbol by include keyword enclosed in dollar signs.

With specific device symbols like a motor or a spot load, the input node and output node are located in the same coordinate. To see the hidden node, you must move the visible node aside.

13.3.2 Edit a Symbol 1. Before you can modify a symbol, a Symbol Library file (*.xml) must be open. From the editor’s main menu, click File > New to create a new library file. Or click File > Open and select an existing library file. 2. In the Symbol List window, click on the “+” sign to expand the tree items. 3. Double click on an item. 4. In the workspace (canvas), edit the symbol using the available tools. 5. When you are ready to save your work, use the File > Save command to save your work. To use your symbols in CYME, go to the File > Preferences dialog box in CYME, and select the Configuration Files tab (see 4.15.1). Associate your file to the Symbol Library item of the list.

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13.3.3 Create a Symbol 1. Before you can create a symbol, a Symbol Library file (*.xml) must be open. From the editor’s main menu, click File > New to create a new library file. Or click File > Open and select an existing library file. 2. Right click on the device list (or in the space next to the text) to display a content menu. From the content menu, select New Symbol. 3. In the Symbol Properties dialog box, accept the suggested Id number for the new symbol, select a device Type, and enter a description (optional).

4. In the editor pane (canvas), draw the new symbol using the available tools. • • •

Right click on the background to access the editor’s properties Right click on the drawing components to access its properties. Double click on the text components to change their text size.

5. When you are ready to save your work, use the File > Save command to save your work. To use your symbols in CYME, go to the File > Preferences dialog box in CYME, and select the Configuration Files tab (see 4.15.1). Associate your file to the Symbol Library item of the list.

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Chapter 14

Keyword Table

The table below contains the complete list of available keywords (sorted alphabetically by keyword Name). Name

Type

abvoltBeginID

STRING

abvoltProDevID

STRING

abvoltThreshold

REAL

abvoltThresholdBase V

REAL

abvoltType

STRING

abvoltWorstID

STRING

abvoltWorstVoltage

REAL

abvoltWorstVoltageB aseV

REAL

AdCapKVAR

REAL

AdCapKVARA

REAL

AdCapKVARB

REAL

AdCapKVARC

REAL

AdKVADist

REAL

AdKVADistA

REAL

AdKVADistB

REAL

AdKVADistC

REAL

AdKVARDist

REAL

AdKVARDistA

REAL

AdKVARDistB

REAL

AdKVARDistC

REAL

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Units

Beginning end of abnormal voltage area Protective device ID Abnormal voltage threshold Abnormal voltage threshold, base on 120V Abnormal Voltage Type

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Begin Section ID

32

0

L

Protective Device ID

32

0

L

(%)

Threshold

7

2

L

(%)

Threshold VBase

8

4

L

Abnormal Condition

32

0

L

Worst Section ID

32

0

L

Worst Voltage

7

2

L

(%)

Worst VBase Voltage

8

4

L

(kVAR)

Cap Adj

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Cap Adj @A

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Cap Adj @B

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Cap Adj @C

8

1

L

(kVA)

Dist Adj

8

1

L

(kVA)

Dist Adj @A

8

1

L

(kVA)

Dist Adj @B

8

1

L

(kVA)

Dist Adj @C

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Dist Adj

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Dist Adj @A

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Dist Adj @B

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Dist Adj @C

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Spot Adj

8

1

L

Worst location of abnormal voltage area Worst abnormal voltage value Worst abnormal voltage value, base on 120V Adjusted Capacitor kVAR Total Adjusted capacitor kVAR on phase @A Adjusted capacitor kVAR on phase @B Adjusted capacitor kVAR on phase @C Adjusted Dist kVA Total Adjusted dist kVA on phase @A Adjusted dist kVA on phase @B Adjusted dist kVA on phase @C Adjusted Dist kVAR Total Adjusted dist kVAR on phase @A Adjusted dist kVAR on phase @B Adjusted dist kVAR on phase @C Adjusted Spot kVAR Total

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Name

Type

AdKVARSpotA

REAL

AdKVARSpotB

REAL

AdKVARSpotC

REAL

AdKVASpot

REAL

AdKVASpotA

REAL

AdKVASpotB

REAL

AdKVASpotC

REAL

AdKWDist

REAL

AdKWDistA

REAL

AdKWDistB

REAL

AdKWDistC

REAL

AdKWSpot

REAL

AdKWSpotA

REAL

AdKWSpotB

REAL

AdKWSpotC

REAL

AdPFDist

REAL

AdPFDistA

REAL

AdPFDistB

REAL

AdPFDistC

REAL

AdPFSpot

REAL

AdPFSpotA

REAL

AdPFSpotB

REAL

AdPFSpotC

REAL

aDv

REAL

aDvA

REAL

aDvB

REAL

aDvC

REAL

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Description Adjusted spot kVAR on phase @A Adjusted spot kVAR on phase @B Adjusted spot kVAR on phase @C Adjusted Spot kVA Total Adjusted spot kVA on phase @A Adjusted spot kVA on phase @B Adjusted spot kVA on phase @C Adjusted Dist kW Total Adjusted dist kW on phase @A Adjusted dist kW on phase @B Adjusted dist kW on phase @C Adjusted Spot kW Total Adjusted spot kW on phase @A Adjusted spot kW on phase @B Adjusted spot kW on phase @C Balanced Adjusted Dist PF Adjusted dist PF on phase @A Adjusted dist PF on phase @B Adjusted dist PF on phase @C Balanced Adjusted Spot PF Adjusted spot PF on phase @A Adjusted spot PF on phase @B Adjusted spot PF on phase @C Balanced Percent Accum. Voltage Drop Percent accum. voltage drop phase @A Percent accum. voltage drop phase @B Percent accum. voltage drop phase @C

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(kVAR)

Spot Adj @A

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Spot Adj @B

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Spot Adj @C

8

1

L

(kVA)

Spot Adj

8

1

L

(kVA)

Spot Adj @A

8

1

L

(kVA)

Spot Adj @B

8

1

L

(kVA)

Spot Adj @C

8

1

L

(kW)

Dist Adj

8

1

L

(kW)

Dist Adj @A

8

1

L

(kW)

Dist Adj @B

8

1

L

(kW)

Dist Adj @C

8

1

L

(kW)

Spot Adj

8

1

L

(kW)

Spot Adj @A

8

1

L

(kW)

Spot Adj @B

8

1

L

(kW)

Spot Adj @C

8

1

L

(%)

Dist PF Adj

5

2

L

(%)

Dist PF Adj @A

5

2

L

(%)

Dist PF Adj @B

5

2

L

(%)

Dist PF Adj @C

5

2

L

(%)

Spot PF Adj

5

2

L

(%)

Spot PF Adj @A

5

2

L

(%)

Spot PF Adj @B

5

2

L

(%)

Spot PF Adj @C

5

2

L

(%)

dV Total

5

2

L

(%)

[email protected] Total

5

2

L

(%)

[email protected] Total

5

2

L

(%)

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Type

aDvv

REAL

aDvvA

REAL

aDvvB

REAL

aDvvC

REAL

AFCalSystem

STRING

AFFlashHazardBoun dary AFIncidentEnergy

REAL

AFRiskCategory

STRING

ArcFurnaceMVA

Description

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Balanced Accumulated Voltage Drop Accumulated voltage drop on phase @A Accumulated voltage drop on phase @B Accumulated voltage drop on phase @C Arc Flash Cal System

(volts)

dV total

5

2

L

(volts)

[email protected] total

5

2

L

(volts)

[email protected] total

5

2

L

(volts)

[email protected] total

5

2

L

Cal System

32

0

L

Length

Hazard Boundary Incident Energy

8

2

L

8

2

L

Risk Category

32

0

L

REAL

Arc Flash Hazard Boundary Arc Flash Incident Energy Arc Flash Risk Category Rated MVA

(MVA)

MVA

7

2

L

ArcFurnacePF

REAL

Power Factor

(%)

PF

7

2

L

ArcFurnaceSource

STRING

Current Source

32

0

L

ArcFurnaceSourceA

STRING

0

L

STRING

32

0

L

ArcFurnaceSourceC

STRING

32

0

L

Asai

REAL

Current Source @A Current Source @B Current Source @C Asai

32

ArcFurnaceSourceB

Balanced Current Source name Current Source name on phase @A Current Source name on phase @B Current Source name on phase @C Asai

8

5

L

Asui

REAL

Asui

Asui

8

5

L

AsymAmp

REAL

Asymmetry current

L

AsymFact

REAL

Asymmetry factor

AsymMva

REAL

Asymmetry MVA

AvgAOTime

REAL

REAL

(cal/cm2)

(Amps)

Asym Fault

8

1

Asym Factor

5

2

L

(MVA)

Asym Fault

5

1

L

(hr/yr)

AvgAnOutTime

9

5

L

AvgFRate

REAL

Average annual outage time Average failure rate

(inter/yr)

AvgFailRate

9

5

L

AvgLoad

REAL

Average load

(kW)

AvgLoad

8

1

L

AvgMFRate

REAL

(inter/yr)

AvgMomFailRat e AvgOutTime

9

5

L

AvgOTime

REAL

Average momentary failure rate Average outage time

9

5

L

BlocId

STRING

Zone Id

Zone Id

32

0

L

BusId

STRING

Bus name

Bus

32

0

L

CableNbParallel

NUMBER

0

L

REAL

Number in parallel Caidi

5

Caidi

Number of cables in parallel Caidi

8

5

L

CapacityAmpsA

REAL

Capacity @A

5

2

L

CapacityAmpsB

REAL

(Amps)

Capacity @B

5

2

L

CapacityAmpsC

REAL

(Amps)

Capacity @C

5

2

L

CapacityAmpsMax

REAL

Capacity on phase @A Capacity on phase @B Capacity on phase @C Capacity maximum

(Amps)

Capacity Max

5

2

L

CapCtr

STRING

Capacitor control type

Cap. Control

10

0

L

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Name CapEqCode

Type STRING

CapId

STRING

CapKVARA

REAL

CapKVARB

REAL

CapKVARC

REAL

CapKVART

REAL

CapKVLN

REAL

CapLocat

STRING

CapMVAR

REAL

CapMW

REAL

CapNumber

STRING

CapOffSetting

REAL

CapOnSetting

REAL

CapSensingPhase

STRING

CapStatus

STRING

Description

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Capacitor Equipment Code Capacitor Id

Cap. Code

32

Cap. Id

32

0

L

Capacitor rated kVAR on phase @A Capacitor rated kVAR on phase @B Capacitor rated kVAR on phase @C Total capacitor kVAR

Cap. kVAR @A

8

1

L

Cap. kVAR @B

8

1

L

Cap. kVAR @C

8

1

L

Total Cap. kVAR

8

1

L

kV

5

2

L

Location

Cap

10

0

L

MVAR

QCap

5

2

L

MW

PCap

5

2

L

Cap Number

32

0

L

OFF

Sensing

6

2

L

ON

Sensing

6

2

L

Phase

Sensing

5

0

L

Cap. Status

12

0

L

Capacitor rated line to ground KV Capacitor location Sum of thne shunt capacitors reactive powers Sum of the shunt capacitors active powers Capacitor load number Capacitor sensing OFF setting Capacitor sensing ON setting Capacitor control sensing phase Capacitor status

0

L

Celid

REAL

Celid

(%)

Celid

6

3

L

Cemi

REAL

Cemi

(%)

Cemi

6

3

L

CFactor

REAL

C Factor

C Fact

6

2

L

CondAamp

REAL

[email protected]

9

2

L

CondAId

STRING

Cond @A

32

0

L

CondBamp

REAL

[email protected]

9

2

L

CondBId

STRING

Cond @B

32

0

L

CondCamp

REAL

[email protected]

9

2

L

CondCId

STRING

Rated current : Phase @A conductor Phase @A conductor Id Rated current : Phase @B conductor Phase @B conductor Id Rated current : Phase @C conductor Phase @C conductor Id Conductor failure rate

Cond @C

32

0

L

CondFRate

REAL

CondMajorFailurePro portion CondMajorRepairTim e CondMFRate

REAL

CondMinorRepairTim e CondNId

REAL

260

REAL REAL

STRING

Conductor major failure proportion Conductor major repair time Conductor momentary failure rate Conductor minor repair time Neutral conductor Id

(Amps)

(Amps)

(Amps)

(inter/yr)

Failure Rate

9

6

L

(hr)

Major Failure Proportion Major Repair Time Mom. Failure Rate

12

2

L

12

2

L

9

6

L

Minor Repair Time Neutral

12

2

L

32

0

L

(hr) (inter/yr)

(hr)

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Name

Type

CondResistSel

STRING

CoordX CoordY

Description

Units

Table Header Resistance sel

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

REAL

Conductor resistance selection Coordinate X

32

0

L

Coord. X

10

3

L

REAL

Coordinate Y

Coord. Y

10

3

L

CTypeFilterC1

REAL

Filter First C

(uF)

Filter First C

7

2

L

CTypeFilterC2

REAL

Filter Second C

(uF)

Filter Second C

7

2

L

CTypeFilterC3

REAL

Filter Third C

(uF)

Filter Third C

7

2

L

CTypeFilterL1

REAL

Filter First L

(mH)

Filter First L

7

2

L

CTypeFilterL2

REAL

Filter Second L

(mH)

Filter Second L

7

2

L

CTypeFilterL3

REAL

Filter Third L

(mH)

Filter Third L

7

2

L

CTypeFilterR1

REAL

Filter First R

(Ohms)

Filter First R

7

2

L

CTypeFilterR2

REAL

Filter Second R

(Ohms)

Filter Second R

7

2

L

CTypeFilterR3

REAL

Filter Third R

(Ohms)

Filter Third R

7

2

L

CumulDist

REAL

Cumulative distance

Length

Cum distance

6

1

L

CumulDistA

REAL

Length

Cum dist @A

6

1

L

CumulDistB

REAL

Length

Cum dist @B

6

1

L

CumulDistC

REAL

Length

Cum dist @C

6

1

L

CustInt

REAL

10

4

L

REAL

(custinter/yr) (custhr/yr)

CustInter

CustIntDur

CustInterDur

10

4

L

DFA

REAL

Diversity @A

5

2

L

DFavg

REAL

Diversity Avg

5

2

L

DFB

REAL

Diversity @B

5

2

L

DFC

REAL

Diversity @C

5

2

L

Distance

REAL

Total distance

7

1

L

DistanceA

REAL

Tot. dist. @A

7

1

L

DistanceB

REAL

Tot. dist. @B

7

1

L

DistanceC

REAL

Tot. dist. @C

7

1

L

DistCKVAA

REAL

Dist CkVA @A

8

1

L

DistCKVAB

REAL

Dist CkVA @B

8

1

L

DistCKVAC

REAL

Dist CkVA @C

8

1

L

DistCKVAT

REAL

Dist Tot CkVA

9

2

L

DistCKWHA

REAL

Cumulative distance on phase @A Cumulative distance on phase @B Cumulative distance on phase @C Number of customer interruptions Number of customer inter. duration Diversity factor on phase @A Average diversity factor Diversity factor on phase @B Diversity factor on phase @C Distance from substation Distance from substation on phase @A Distance from substation on phase @B Distance from substation on phase @C Distributed connected kVA on phase @A Distributed connected kVA on phase @B Distributed connected kVA on phase @C Total distributed load connected kVA Distributed consumption kWh on phase @A

Dist kWh @A

8

0

L

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Name

Type

DistCKWHB

REAL

DistCKWHC

REAL

DistCKWHT

REAL

DistConsA

REAL

DistConsB

REAL

DistConsC

REAL

DistConsT

REAL

DistEmergencyPriorit y DistKVAA

NUMBER REAL

DistKVAB

REAL

DistKVAC

REAL

DistKVARA

REAL

DistKVARB

REAL

DistKVARC

REAL

DistKVART

REAL

DistKVAT

REAL

DistKWA

REAL

DistKWB

REAL

DistKWC

REAL

DistKWT

REAL

DistNormalPriority

NUMBER

DistNumber

STRING

DistPFA

REAL

DistPFB

REAL

DistPFC

REAL

DistPFT

REAL

262

Description Distributed consumption kWh on phase @B Distributed consumption kWh on phase @C Total distributed load consumption kWh Distributed customers on phase @A Distributed customers on phase @B Distributed customers on phase @C Total distributed load customers Dist load emergency priority Distributed kVA load on phase @A Distributed kVA load on phase @B Distributed kVA load on phase @C Distributed kVAR load on phase @A Distributed kVAR load on phase @B Distributed kVAR load on phase @C Total distributed load kVAR Total distributed load kVA Distributed kW load on phase @A Distributed kW load on phase @B Distributed kW load on phase @C Total distributed load kW Dist load normal priority Distributed load number Distributed load power factor on phase @A Distributed load power factor on phase @B Distributed load power factor on phase @C Average distributed load power factor

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Dist kWh @B

8

0

L

Dist kWh @C

8

0

L

Dist Tot kWh

10

2

L

Dist Cust @A

5

2

L

Dist Cust @B

5

2

L

Dist Cust @C

5

2

L

Dist Tot Cust

5

2

L

Dist Emergency Priority Dist kVA @A

5

0

L

8

1

L

Dist kVA @B

8

1

L

Dist kVA @C

8

1

L

Dist kVAR @A

8

1

L

Dist kVAR @B

8

1

L

Dist kVAR @C

8

1

L

Dist Tot kVAR

9

2

L

Dist Tot kVA

9

2

L

Dist kW @A

8

1

L

Dist kW @B

8

1

L

Dist kW @C

8

1

L

Dist Tot kW

5

2

L

Dist Normal Priority Dist Number

5

0

L

32

0

L

Dist PF @A

5

2

L

Dist PF @B

5

2

L

Dist PF @C

5

2

L

Dist PF

5

2

L

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Name

Type

Description

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

DistPhase

STRING

Dist Phase

Phase

4

0

L

DistStatus

STRING

Dist. Status

12

0

L

DistType

STRING

Dist Type

31

0

L

Dist Year

5

0

L

Filter First C

7

2

L

DistYear

NUMBER

Distributed load status Distributed load customer type Distributed load year

DoubleTunedFilterC1

REAL

Filter First C

(uF)

DoubleTunedFilterC2

REAL

Filter Second C

(uF)

Filter Second C

7

2

L

DoubleTunedFilterF1

REAL

Tuned Frequency 1

2

L

REAL

Tuned Frequency 2

7

2

L

DoubleTunedFilterL1

REAL

Filter First L

Tuned Frequency 1 Tuned Frequency 2 Filter First L

7

DoubleTunedFilterF2

(harmoni c order) (harmoni c order) (mH)

7

2

L L

DoubleTunedFilterL2

REAL

Filter Second L

(mH)

Filter Second L

7

2

DoubleTunedFilterR1

REAL

Filter First R

(Ohms)

Filter First R

7

2

L

DoubleTunedFilterR2

REAL

Filter Second R

(Ohms)

Filter Second R

7

2

L

DoubleTunedFilterR3

REAL

Filter Third R

(Ohms)

Filter Third R

7

2

L

Dv

REAL

(%)

Dv(V)

5

2

L

Dv_TERTIARY

REAL

(%)

dV-T

5

2

L

DvA

REAL

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

DvA_TERTIARY

REAL

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

DvB

REAL

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

DvB_TERTIARY

REAL

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

DvC

REAL

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

DvC_TERTIARY

REAL

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

Dvpu

REAL

(pu)

dV

5

3

L

Dvpu_TERTIARY

REAL

(pu)

dV-T

5

2

L

DvpuA

REAL

(pu)

[email protected]

5

3

L

DvpuA_TERTIARY

REAL

(pu)

[email protected]

5

2

L

DvpuB

REAL

(pu)

[email protected]

5

3

L

DvpuB_TERTIARY

REAL

Balanced Percent Voltage Drop Balanced Percent voltage drop on phase of ThreeWinding tertiary side Percent voltage drop on phase @A Percent voltage drop on phase @A of Three-Winding tertiary side Percent voltage drop on phase @B Percent voltage drop on phase @B of Three-Winding tertiary side Percent voltage drop on phase @C Percent voltage drop on phase @C of Three-Winding tertiary side Balanced Pu Voltage Drop Balanced Pu voltage drop on phase of tertiary Pu voltage drop on phase @A Pu voltage drop on phase @A of tertiary Pu voltage drop on phase @B Pu voltage drop on phase @B of tertiary

(pu)

[email protected]

5

2

L

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Name

Type

DvpuC

REAL

DvpuC_TERTIARY

REAL

Dvv

REAL

Dvv_TERTIARY

REAL

DvvA

REAL

DvvA_TERTIARY

REAL

DvvB

REAL

DvvB_TERTIARY

REAL

DvvC

REAL

DvvC_TERTIARY

REAL

DwActKVAA

REAL

DwActKVAB

REAL

DwActKVAC

REAL

DwActKVAT

REAL

DwCAPA

REAL

DwCAPB

REAL

DwCAPC

REAL

DwCAPT

REAL

DwCUSTAT

REAL

DwCUSTBT

REAL

DwCUSTCT

REAL

DwCustT

REAL

DwDCustA

REAL

DwDCustB

REAL

DwDCustC

REAL

DwDCustT

REAL

264

Description Pu voltage drop on phase @C Pu voltage drop on phase @C of tertiary Balanced Voltage Drop Balanced Voltage drop on phase of Three-Winding tertiary side Voltage drop on phase @A Voltage drop on phase @A of ThreeWinding tertiary side Voltage drop on phase @B Voltage drop on phase @B of ThreeWinding tertiary side Voltage drop on phase @C Voltage drop on phase @C of ThreeWinding tertiary side Downstream actual kVA phase @A Downstream actual kVA phase @B Downstream actual kVA phase @C Downstream actual kVA total Downstream Capacitor phase @A Downstream Capacitor phase @B Downstream Capacitor phase @C Downstream Capacitor total Downstream cust. total phase @A Downstream cust. total phase @B Downstream cust. total phase @C Downstream customers total Downstream Dist. customers phase @A Downstream Dist. customers phase @B Downstream Dist. customers phase @C Downstream Dist. customers total

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(pu)

[email protected]

5

3

L

(pu)

[email protected]

5

2

L

dV

Dv(V)

5

2

L

dV-T

Dv(V)-T

5

2

L

(volts)

[email protected](V)

5

2

L

(volts)

[email protected](V)-T

5

2

L

[email protected]

[email protected](V)

5

2

L

(volts)

[email protected](V)-T

5

2

L

[email protected]

[email protected](V)

5

2

L

(volts)

[email protected](V)-T

5

2

L

7

0

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

(kVA)

Dw kVA @C Dw Actual kVA Total

7

0

R

(kVAR)

Dw Cap @A

7

0

R

(kVAR)

Dw Cap @B

7

0

R

(kVAR)

Dw Cap @C

7

0

R

(kVAR)

Dw Cap Total

7

0

R

(cust)

Dw cust @A

6

0

R

(cust)

Dw cust @B

6

0

R

(cust)

Dw cust @C

6

0

R

(cust)

Dw cust Total

5

0

R

(cust)

Dw Dist cust @A

5

0

R

(cust)

Dw Dist cust @B

5

0

R

(cust)

Dw Dist cust @C Dw Dist cust Total

5

0

R

5

0

R

(kVA) (kVA) (kVA)

(cust)

Dw Actual kVA @A Dw Actual kVA @B

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Name

Type

DwDKVAA

REAL

DwDKVAB

REAL

DwDKVAC

REAL

DwDKVARA

REAL

DwDKVARB

REAL

DwDKVARC

REAL

DwDKVART

REAL

DwDKVAT

REAL

DwDKWA

REAL

DwDKWB

REAL

DwDKWC

REAL

DwDKWHA

REAL

DwDKWHB

REAL

DwDKWHC

REAL

DwDKWHT

REAL

DwDKWT

REAL

DwFDKVARA

REAL

DwFDKVARB

REAL

DwFDKVARC

REAL

DwFDKVART

REAL

DwFDKWA

REAL

DwFDKWB

REAL

DwFDKWC

REAL

DwFDKWT

REAL

DwFKVAAT

REAL

DwFKVABT

REAL

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Description Downstream Dist. conn. kVA phase @A Downstream Dist. conn. kVA phase @B Downstream Dist. conn. kVA phase @C Downstream Dist. kVAR phase @A Downstream Dist. kVAR phase @B Downstream Dist. kVAR phase @C Downstream Dist. kVAR total Downstream Dist. conn. kVA total Downstream Dist. kW phase @A Downstream Dist. kW phase @B Downstream Dist. kW phase @C Downstream Dist. kWh phase @A Downstream Dist. kWh phase @B Downstream Dist. kWh phase @C Downstream Dist. kWh total Downstream Dist. kW total Downstream Fixed Dist. kVAR phase @A Downstream Fixed Dist. kVAR phase @B Downstream Fixed Dist. kVAR phase @C Downstream Fixed Dist. kVAR total Downstream Fixed Dist. kW phase @A Downstream Fixed Dist. kW phase @B Downstream Fixed Dist. kW phase @C Downstream Fixed Dist. kW total Downstream fixed conn. kVA total phase @A Downstream fixed conn. kVA total phase @B

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(kVA)

Dw Dist Conn kVA @A Dw Dist Conn kVA @B Dw Dist Conn kVA @C Dw Dist kVAR @A Dw Dist kVAR @B Dw dist kVAR @C Dw Dist kVAR Total Dw Dist Conn kVA

(kW)

Dw Dist kW @A

8

1

R

(kW)

Dw Dist kW @B

8

1

R

(kW)

Dw Dist kW @C Dw Dist kWh @A Dw Dist kWh @B Dw Dist kWh @C Dw Dist kWh Total Dw Dist kW Total Dw Fixed Dist kVAR @A Dw Fixed Dist kVAR @B

8

1

R

9

1

R

9

1

R

9

1

R

8

0

R

7

0

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

7

0

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

7

0

R

(kVA) (kVA) (kVA) (kVAR) (kVAR) (kVAR) (kVAR)

(kWh) (kWh) (kWh) (kWh) (kW) (kVAR) (kVAR)

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

(kW)

Dw Fixed Dist kVAR @C Dw Fixed Dist kVAR Total Dw Fixed Dist kW @A Dw Fixed Dist kW @B Dw Fixed Dist kW @C Dw Fixed Dist kW Total

(kVA)

Dw Fixed Conn kVA @A

7

0

R

(kVA)

Dw Fixed Conn kVA @B

7

0

R

(kVAR) (kVAR) (kW) (kW) (kW)

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Name

Type

DwFKVACT

REAL

DwFKVARAT

REAL

DwFKVARBT

REAL

DwFKVARCT

REAL

DwFKVART

REAL

DwFKWAT

REAL

DwFKWBT

REAL

DwFKWCT

REAL

DwFKWHAT

REAL

DwFKWHBT

REAL

DwFKWHCT

REAL

DwFKWT

REAL

DwFSKVARA

REAL

DwFSKVARB

REAL

DwFSKVARC

REAL

DwFSKVART

REAL

DwFSKWA

REAL

DwFSKWB

REAL

DwFSKWC

REAL

DwFSKWT

REAL

DwHighVoltCount

NUMBER

DwHighVoltCountA

NUMBER

DwHighVoltCountB

NUMBER

266

Description Downstream fixed conn. kVA total phase @C Downstream Fixed kVAR total phase @A Downstream Fixed kVAR total phase @B Downstream Fixed kVAR total phase @C Downstream Fixed kVAR total Downstream Fixed kW total phase @A Downstream Fixed kW total phase @B Downstream Fixed kW total phase @C Downstream fixed kWh total phase @A Downstream fixed kWh total phase @B Downstream fixed kWh total phase @C Downstream Fixed kW total Downstream Fixed Spot kVAR phase @A Downstream Fixed Spot kVAR phase @B Downstream Fixed Spot kVAR phase @C Downstream Fixed Spot kVAR total Downstream Fixed Spot kW phase @A Downstream Fixed Spot kW phase @B Downstream Fixed Spot kW phase @C Downstream Fixed Spot kW total Number of downstream High voltages on threephase Number of downstream High voltages on phase @A Number of downstream High voltages on phase @B

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(kW)

Dw Fixed Conn kVA @C Dw Fixed kVAR @A Dw Fixed kVAR @B Dw Fixed kVAR @C Dw Fixed kVAR Total Dw Fixed kW @A Dw Fixed kW @B Dw Fixed kW @C Dw Fixed kWh @A Dw Fixed kWh @B Dw Fixed kWh @C Dw Fixed kW Total

(kVAR)

Dw Fixed Spot kVAR @A

8

1

R

(kVAR)

Dw Fixed Spot kVAR @B

8

1

R

8

1

R

7

0

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

7

0

R

(kVA) (kVAR) (kVAR) (kVAR) (kVAR) (kW) (kW) (kW) (kWh) (kWh) (kWh)

7

0

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

8

0

R

8

0

R

8

0

R

7

0

R

(kW)

Dw Fixed Spot kVAR @C Dw Fixed Spot kVAR Total Dw Fixed Spot kW @A Dw Fixed Spot kW @B Dw Fixed Spot kW @C Dw Fixed Spot kW Total

(@[email protected] @C)

High Volt

10

0

L

(@A)

High Volt

10

0

L

(@B)

High Volt

10

0

L

(kVAR) (kVAR) (kW) (kW) (kW)

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Name

Type

DwHighVoltCountC

NUMBER

DwHighVoltWorst3PH

REAL

DwHighVoltWorstA

REAL

DwHighVoltWorstB

REAL

DwHighVoltWorstC

REAL

DwIneutralWorst

REAL

DwKVAAT

REAL

DwKVABT

REAL

DwKVACT

REAL

DwKVALossA

REAL

DwKVALossB

REAL

DwKVALossC

REAL

DwKVALossTotal

REAL

DwKVARAT

REAL

DwKVARBT

REAL

DwKVARCT

REAL

DwKVARLossA

REAL

DwKVARLossB

REAL

DwKVARLossC

REAL

DwKVARLossTotal

REAL

DwKVART

REAL

DwKVAT

REAL

DwKWAT

REAL

DwKWBT

REAL

DwKWCT

REAL

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Description Number of downstream High voltages on phase @C Worst Downstream high voltage in percent on threephase section Worst Downstream high voltage in percent on phase @A Worst Downstream high voltage in percent on phase @B Worst Downstream high voltage in percent on phase @C Worst downstream 3 phase neutral current Downstream conn. kVA total phase @A Downstream conn. kVA total phase @B Downstream conn. kVA total phase @C Downstream kVA Losses on phase @A Downstream kVA Losses on phase @B Downstream kVA Losses on phase @C Total Downstream kVA Losses Downstream kVAR total phase @A Downstream kVAR total phase @B Downstream kVAR total phase @C Downstream kVAR Losses on phase @A Downstream kVAR Losses on phase @B Downstream kVAR Losses on phase @C Total Downstream kVAR Losses Downstream kVAR total Downstream conn. kVA total Downstream kW total phase @A Downstream kW total phase @B Downstream kW total phase @C

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(@C)

High Volt

10

0

L

(%)

Dw High Volt 3PH

5

2

L

(%)

Dw High Volt @A

5

2

L

(%)

Dw High Volt @B

5

2

L

(%)

Dw High Volt @C

5

2

L

8

2

L

7

0

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

(Amps)

(kVA)

Dw Ineutral 3PH Dw Conn kVA @A Dw Conn kVA @B Dw Conn kVA @C

(kVA)

Dw Losses @A

9

2

L

(kVA)

Dw Losses @B

9

2

L

(kVA)

Dw Losses @C

9

2

L

(kVA)

Total Dw Losses

9

2

L

(kVAR)

Dw kVAR @A

7

0

R

(kVAR)

Dw kVAR @B

7

0

R

(kVAR)

Dw kVAR @C

7

0

R

(kVAR)

Dw Losses @A

9

2

L

(kVAR)

Dw Losses @B

9

2

L

(kVAR)

Dw Losses @C

9

2

L

(kVAR)

Total Dw Losses

9

2

L

(kVAR)

7

0

R

(kVA)

Dw kVAR Total Dw Conn kVA Total

7

0

R

(kW)

Dw kW @A

7

0

R

(kW)

Dw kW @B

7

0

R

(kW)

Dw kW @C

7

0

R

(kVA) (kVA)

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Name

Type

DwKWHAT

REAL

DwKWHBT

REAL

DwKWHCT

REAL

DwKWHT

REAL

DwKWLossA

REAL

DwKWLossB

REAL

DwKWLossC

REAL

DwKWLossCondTot

REAL

DwKWLossFixedTot

REAL

DwKWLossTotal

REAL

DwKWT

REAL

DwLowVoltCount

NUMBER

DwLowVoltCountA

NUMBER

DwLowVoltCountB

NUMBER

DwLowVoltCountC

NUMBER

DwLowVoltWorst3PH

REAL

DwLowVoltWorstA

REAL

DwLowVoltWorstB

REAL

DwLowVoltWorstC

REAL

DwOverloadCount

NUMBER

DwOverloadCountA

NUMBER

268

Description Downstream kWh total phase @A Downstream kWh total phase @B Downstream kWh total phase @C Downstream kWh total Downstream kW Losses on phase @A Downstream kW Losses on phase @B Downstream kW Losses on phase @C Downstream Total Conductor kW losses Downstream Total fixed kW losses Total Downstream kW Losses Downstream kW total Number of downstream Low voltages on threephase Number of downstream Low voltages on phase @A Number of downstream Low voltages on phase @B Number of downstream Low voltages on phase @C Worst Downstream low voltage in percent on three-phase section Worst Downstream low voltage in percent on phase @A Worst Downstream low voltage in percent on phase @B Worst Downstream low voltage in percent on phase @C Number of downstream overloads on threephase Number of downstream overloads on phase @A

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(kWh)

Dw kWh @A

8

0

R

(kWh)

Dw kWh @B

8

0

R

(kWh)

Dw kWh @C

8

0

R

(kWh)

Dw kWh Total

8

0

R

(kW)

Dw Losses @A

9

2

L

(kW)

Dw Losses @B

9

2

L

(kW)

Dw Losses @C

9

2

L

(kW)

8

2

L

(kW)

Dw Cond Losses Dw Fixed Losses

8

2

L

(kW)

Total Dw Losses

9

2

L

(kW)

Dw kW Total

7

0

R

(@[email protected] @C)

Low Volt

10

0

L

(@A)

Low Volt

10

0

L

(@B)

Low Volt

10

0

L

(@C)

Low Volt

10

0

L

(%)

Dw Low Volt 3PH

5

2

L

(%)

Dw Low Volt @A

5

2

L

(%)

Dw Low Volt @B

5

2

L

(%)

Dw Low Volt @C

5

2

L

(@[email protected] @C)

Overloads

10

0

L

(@A)

Overloads

10

0

L

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Name

Type

DwOverloadCountB

NUMBER

DwOverloadCountC

NUMBER

DwOverloadWorstA

REAL

DwOverloadWorstB

REAL

DwOverloadWorstC

REAL

DwSCustA

REAL

DwSCustB

REAL

DwSCustC

REAL

DwSCustT

REAL

DwSKVAA

REAL

DwSKVAB

REAL

DwSKVAC

REAL

DwSKVARA

REAL

DwSKVARB

REAL

DwSKVARC

REAL

DwSKVART

REAL

DwSKVAT

REAL

DwSKWA

REAL

DwSKWB

REAL

DwSKWC

REAL

DwSKWHA

REAL

DwSKWHB

REAL

DwSKWHC

REAL

DwSKWHT

REAL

DwSKWT

REAL

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Description Number of downstream overloads on phase @B Number of downstream overloads on phase @C Worst Downstream overload in percent on phase @A Worst Downstream overload in percent on phase @B Worst Downstream overload in percent on phase @C Downstream Spot customers phase @A Downstream Spot customers phase @B Downstream Spot customers phase @C Downstream Spot customers total Downstream Spot conn. kVA phase @A Downstream Spot conn. kVA phase @B Downstream Spot conn. kVA phase @C Downstream Spot kVAR phase @A Downstream Spot kVAR phase @B Downstream Spot kVAR phase @C Downstream Spot kVAR total Downstream Spot conn. kVA total Downstream Spot kW phase @A Downstream Spot kW phase @B Downstream Spot kW phase @C Downstream Spot kWh phase @A Downstream Spot kWh phase @B Downstream Spot kWh phase @C Downstream Spot kWh total Downstream Spot kW total

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(@B)

Overloads

10

0

L

(@C)

Overloads

10

0

L

(%)

Dw Overload @A

5

2

L

(%)

Dw Overload @B

5

2

L

5

2

L

5

0

R

5

0

R

5

0

R

5

0

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

8

1

R

7

0

R

7

0

R

(kVA)

Dw Overload @C Dw Spot cust @A Dw Spot cust @B Dw Spot cust @C Dw Spot cust Total Dw Spot Conn kVA @A Dw Spot Conn kVA @B Dw Spot Conn kVA @C Dw Spot kVAR @A Dw Spot kVAR @B Dw Spot kVAR @C Dw Spot kVAR Total Dw Spot Conn kVA Total

(kW)

Dw Spot kW @A

8

1

R

(kW)

Dw Spot kW @B

8

1

R

(kW)

Dw Spot kW @C Dw Spot kWh @A Dw Spot kWh @B Dw Spot kWh @C Dw Spot kWh Total Dw Spot kW Total

8

1

R

9

1

R

9

1

R

9

1

R

8

0

R

7

0

R

(%) (cust) (cust) (cust) (cust) (kVA) (kVA) (kVA) (kVAR) (kVAR) (kVAR) (kVAR)

(kWh) (kWh) (kWh) (kWh) (kW)

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Name

Type

Description

DwVUFWorst

REAL

DwVUFWorst_ID

STRING

DwVUFWorstNetwork ID

STRING

DwWire

REAL

DwWireA

REAL

DwWireB

REAL

DwWireC EGenA

REAL COMPLEX

Worst downstream voltage unbalance factor in percent Location of the worst downstream voltage unbalance factor Feeder of the worst downstream voltage unbalance factor Downstream conductor length Downstream conductor length on phase @A Downstream conductor length on phase @B Downstream conductor length on phase @C EGen @A

EGenA

COMPLEX

EGenB

COMPLEX

EGenB EGenC

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(%)

VUF

6

3

L

(%)

VUF ID

31

0

L

Feeder ID

31

0

L

Length

Dw Wire

7

2

R

Length

Dw Wire @A

7

2

R

Length

Dw Wire @B

7

2

R

Length (V)

Dw Wire @C EGen @A

7 6

2 4

R L

EGen @A

(V)

EGen @A

6

4

L

EGen @B

(V)

EGen @B

6

4

L

COMPLEX

EGen @B

(V)

EGen @B

6

4

L

COMPLEX

EGen @C

(V)

EGen @C

6

4

L

EGenC

COMPLEX

EGen @C

(V)

EGen @C

6

4

L

ElecGenConverter

STRING

Converter

Converter

32

0

L

ElecGenFaultContri

REAL

Fault Contribution

7

2

L

EqCode

STRING

Equipment code

Fault Contribution Code

EqComment

STRING

Equipment comment

Comment

(%)

32

0

L

100 0 32

0

L

EqId

STRING

Equipment name

Equipment Id

0

L

EqLocation

STRING

Equipment location

Location

6

0

L

EqNo

STRING

Equipment number

Equipment No

32

0

L

EqState

STRING

Equipment state

State

32

0

L

EqStatus

STRING

Status

20

0

L

FailureSummary

STRING

Failure summary

0

L

FDistKVAA

REAL

1

L

FDistKVAB

REAL

FDistKVAC

REAL

FDistKVARA

REAL

FDistKVARB

REAL

Status (On line, bypassed) Failure events summary Fixed Distributed kVA load on phase @A Fixed Distributed kVA load on phase @B Fixed Distributed kVA load on phase @C Fixed Distributed kVAR load on phase @A Fixed Distributed kVAR load on phase @B

270

(Fixed)

Dist kVA @A

102 4 8

(Fixed)

Dist kVA @B

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Dist kVA @C

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Dist kVAR @A

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Dist kVAR @B

8

1

L

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Name

Type

FDistKVARC

REAL

FDistKVART

REAL

FDistKVAT

REAL

FDistKWA

REAL

FDistKWB

REAL

FDistKWC

REAL

FDistKWT

REAL

FDistPFA

REAL

FDistPFB

REAL

FDistPFC

REAL

FDistPFT

REAL

FeederId

STRING

FromNodeCoordX

REAL

FromNodeCoordY

REAL

FromNodeId

STRING

FSpotKVAA

REAL

FSpotKVAB

REAL

FSpotKVAC

REAL

FSpotKVARA

REAL

FSpotKVARB

REAL

FSpotKVARC

REAL

FSpotKVART

REAL

FSpotKVAT

REAL

FSpotKWA

REAL

FSpotKWB

REAL

FSpotKWC

REAL

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Description Fixed Distributed kVAR load on phase @C Total Fixed distributed load kVAR Total Fixed distributed load kVA Fixed Distributed kW load on phase @A Fixed Distributed kW load on phase @B Fixed Distributed kW load on phase @C Total Fixed distributed load kW Fixed Distributed load power factor on phase @A Fixed Distributed load power factor on phase @B Fixed Distributed load power factor on phase @C Average Fixed distributed load power factor Feeder name

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(Fixed)

Dist kVAR @C

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Dist Tot kVAR

9

2

L

(Fixed)

Dist Tot kVA

9

2

L

(Fixed)

Dist kW @A

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Dist kW @B

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Dist kW @C

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Dist Tot kW

5

2

L

(Fixed)

Dist PF @A

5

2

L

(Fixed)

Dist PF @B

5

2

L

(Fixed)

Dist PF @C

5

2

L

(Fixed)

Dist PF

5

2

L

Feeder Id

32

0

L

From Node coord. X From Node coord. Y From Node

10

3

L

10

3

L

32

0

L

(Fixed)

Spot kVA @A

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Spot kVA @B

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Spot kVA @C

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Spot kVAR @A

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Spot kVAR @B

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Spot kVAR @C

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Spot Tot kVAR

9

2

L

(Fixed)

Spot Tot kVA

9

2

L

(Fixed)

Spot kW @A

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Spot kW @B

8

1

L

(Fixed)

Spot kW @C

8

1

L

From Node coordinate X From Node coordinate Y From Node name Fixed Spot kVA load on phase @A Fixed Spot kVA load on phase @B Fixed Spot kVA load on phase @C Fixed Spot kVAR load on phase @A Fixed Spot kVAR load on phase @B Fixed Spot kVAR load on phase @C Total Fixed spot load kVAR Total Fixed spot load kVA Fixed Spot kW load on phase @A Fixed Spot kW load on phase @B Fixed Spot kW load on phase @C

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Name

Type

FSpotKWT

REAL

FSpotPFA

REAL

FSpotPFB

REAL

FSpotPFC

REAL

FSpotPFT

REAL

GenAnsiGroup

NUMBER

Description Total Fixed spot load kW Fixed Spot load power factor on phase @A Fixed Spot load power factor on phase @B Fixed Spot load power factor on phase @C Average Fixed spot load power factor ANSI Motor Group

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(Fixed)

Spot Tot kW

5

2

L

(Fixed)

Spot PF @A

5

2

L

(Fixed)

Spot PF @B

5

2

L

(Fixed)

Spot PF @C

5

2

L

(Fixed)

Spot PF

5

2

L

5

0

L

GenConn

STRING

Generator connection

ANSI Motor Group Connection

6

0

L

GenDescription

STRING

Description

Description

512

0

L

GenInitAngle

REAL

Initial Angle

7

2

L

GenKV

REAL

Synchronous Generator Initial Angle Nominal voltage

(kVLL)

kV

7

2

L

GenKVA

REAL

Nominal capacity

(kVA)

Rating

9

2

L

GenKVDes

REAL

Desired voltage

(kVLL)

kV Desired

7

2

L

GenKW

REAL

Active generation

(kW)

Generation

7

2

L

GenMaxKVAR

REAL

Max kVAR

9

2

L

GenMinKVAR

REAL

Min kVAR

9

2

L

GenMVAR

REAL

MVAR

QGen

5

2

L

GenMW

REAL

MW

PGen

5

2

L

GenPF

REAL

Maximum reactive kVAR Minimum reactive kVAR Sum of the generators reactive powers Sum of the generators active powers Power factor

(%)

Pf

7

2

L

GenPoles

NUMBER

Number Of Poles

5

0

L

GenR0ohms

REAL

(ohms)

6

4

L

GenR0pu

REAL

(pu)

R0

6

4

L

GenR1ohms

REAL

(ohms)

R1

6

4

L

GenR1pu

REAL

(pu)

R1

6

4

L

GenRg

REAL

(ohms)

Rg

6

4

L

GenRSTohms

REAL

(ohms)

RST

6

4

L

GenRSTpu

REAL

(pu)

RST

6

4

L

GenRTohms

REAL

(ohms)

RT

6

4

L

GenRTpu

REAL

Zero sequence resistance in ohms Zero sequence resistance in pu Steady state resistance in ohms Steady state resistance in pu Grounding resistance in ohms Subtransient resistance in ohms Subtransient resistance in pu Transient resistance in ohms Transient resistance in pu

Number Of Poles R0

(pu)

RT

6

4

L

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Name GenStatus

Type STRING

Description Generator status

GenType

STRING

Generator type

GenX0ohms

REAL

GenX0pu

REAL

GenX1ohms

REAL

GenX1pu

REAL

GenXg

REAL

GenXSTohms

REAL

GenXSTpu

REAL

GenXTohms

REAL

GenXTpu

REAL

Group1

STRING

Zero sequence reactance in ohms Zero sequence reactance in pu Steady state reactance in ohms Steady state reactance in pu Grounding reactance in ohms Subtransient reactance in ohms Subtransient reactance in pu Transient reactance in ohms Transient reactance in pu Group 1 name

Group2

STRING

Group 2 name

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Status

32

0

L

Type

32

0

L

(ohms)

X0

6

4

L

(pu)

X0

6

4

L

(ohms)

X1

6

4

L

(pu)

X1

6

4

L

(ohms)

Xg

6

4

L

(ohms)

XST

6

4

L

(pu)

XST

6

4

L

(ohms)

XT

6

4

L

(pu)

XT

6

4

L

Group 1

32

0

L

Group 2

32

0

L

Group3

STRING

Group 3 name

Group 3

32

0

L

GrPickup

REAL

Ground pickup

(Amps)

Ground pickup

5

2

L

GrPkupA

REAL

(Amps)

5

2

L

GrXfoConn

STRING

Ground pickup alternate Connection

6

0

L

GrXfoKV

REAL

Ground pickup alternate Grounding Transformer connection Rated Voltage

(kV)

Rated Voltage

6

2

L

GrXfoKVA

REAL

Rated Capacity

(kVA)

Rated Capacity

6

2

L

(ohms)

GrXfoRG

REAL

Grounding resistance

Rg

6

4

L

GrXfoX0R0

REAL

X0-R0 ratio

X0/R0

6

2

L

GrXfoX1R1

REAL

X1-R1 ratio

X1/R1

6

2

L

GrXfoXG

REAL

Grounding reactance

(ohms)

Xg

6

4

L

GrXfoZ0

REAL

(%)

Z0

6

2

L

GrXfoZ1

REAL

(%)

Z1

6

2

L

HighPassFilterC

REAL

Zero sequence impedance Positive sequence impedance Filter C

(uF)

Filter C

7

2

L

HighPassFilterKV

REAL

Nominal Voltage

(KV)

Nominal voltage

7

2

L

HighPassFilterKVAR

REAL

Nominal Q

(KVAR)

Nominal Q

9

2

L

HighPassFilterL

REAL

Filter L

(mH)

Filter L

7

2

L

HighPassFilterR

REAL

Filter R

(Ohms)

Filter R

7

2

L

I0

REAL

(Amps)

I0

5

2

L

I0angle

REAL

(Deg)

I0

5

2

L

I0out

REAL

(Amps)

I0

5

2

L

I1

REAL

Zero sequence current Zero sequence current Zero sequence current Positive sequence current

(Amps)

I1

5

2

L

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Name

Type

I1angle

REAL

I1out

REAL

I2

REAL

I2angle

REAL

I2out

REAL

IA

COMPLEX

IAngle

REAL

IAngleA

REAL

IAngleAout

REAL

IAngleB

REAL

IAngleBout

REAL

IAngleC

REAL

IAngleCout

REAL

IAngleN

REAL

IAngleNout

REAL

IAngleRel

REAL

IAngleRelA

REAL

IAngleRelAout

REAL

IAngleRelB

REAL

IAngleRelBout

REAL

IAngleRelC

REAL

IAngleRelCout

REAL

IAout

REAL

IB

COMPLEX

IBal

REAL

274

Description Positive sequence current Positive sequence current Negative sequence current Negative sequence current Negative sequence current Through current on phase @A Balanced Current phase angle Current phase angle on phase @A Current phase angle on phase @A out Current phase angle on phase @B Current phase angle on phase @B out Current phase angle on phase @C Current phase angle on phase @C out Current phase angle on neutral Current phase on neutral out Balanced Current phase relative angle Current phase relative angle on phase @A Current phase relative angle on phase @A out Current phase relative angle on phase @B Current phase relative angle on phase @B out Current phase relative angle on phase @C Current phase relative angle on phase @C out Output current on phase @A Through current on phase @B Balanced Through Current

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(Deg)

I1

5

2

L

(Amps)

I1

5

2

L

(Amps)

I2

5

2

L

(Deg)

I2

5

2

L

(Amps)

I2

5

2

L

(Amps)

[email protected]

8

1

L

Angle I

5

2

L

Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Angle [email protected] out

5

2

L

Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Angle [email protected] out

5

2

L

Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Angle [email protected] out

5

2

L

Angle I-N

8

2

L

Angle neutral out

5

2

L

Rel Angle I

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected] out

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected] out

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

(Degrees )

Rel Angle [email protected] out

5

2

L

(Amps)

[email protected] out

8

1

L

(Amps)

[email protected]

8

1

L

(Amps)

IBal

8

1

L

(Degrees )

(Degrees )

(Degrees )

(Degrees )

(Degrees )

(Degrees )

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Name

Type

IBout

REAL

IC

COMPLEX

ICout

REAL

Id IdealConverterKV

Description

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(Amps)

[email protected] out

8

1

L

(Amps)

[email protected]

8

1

L

(Amps)

[email protected] out

8

1

L

STRING

Output current on phase @B Through current on phase @C Output current on phase @C General Name

Id

32

0

L

REAL

Voltage

(KV)

Voltage

7

2

L

IdealConverterKVA

REAL

Nominal kVA

(KVA)

Nominal kVA

9

2

L

IdealConverterKW

REAL

Active Power

(kW)

Active Power

7

2

L

IdealConverterPulseN umber IMAX

REAL

Pulse Number

Pulse Number

7

2

L

REAL

Through current max

IMAX

8

1

L

(Amps)

IndGenEfficiency

REAL

Efficiency

(%)

Efficiency

7

2

L

IndGenRatedSpeed

REAL

Rated Speed

(RPM)

Rated Speed

7

2

L

IndMotLockKVA

REAL

Locked rotor kVA/H

kVA/HP

9

2

L

IndMotLockPf

REAL

(%)

Locked Pf

7

2

L

IndMotNema

STRING

Locked rotor power factor Nema code

Nema

6

0

L

Ineutral

REAL

Current in the neutral

(Amps)

I-N

8

1

L

IneutralOut

REAL

(Amps)

I-N out

8

1

L

Iout

REAL

Output current in the neutral Balanced Output Current Output current max

(Amps)

I out

8

1

L

(Amps)

IMAX out

8

1

L

LG fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @A in Amps LG fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @B in Amps LG fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @C in Amps LLG fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @A in Amps LLG fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @B in Amps LLG fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @C in Amps LLLG fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @A in Amps LLLG fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @B in Amps LLLG fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @C in Amps

(Amps)

IRLG Margin of @A

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLG Margin of @B

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLG Margin of @C

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLLG Margin of @A

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLLG Margin of @B

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLLG Margin of @C

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLLLG Margin of @A

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLLLG Margin of @B

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLLLG Margin of @C

7

0

L

IOutMax

REAL

IRLGMampA

REAL

IRLGMampB

REAL

IRLGMampC

REAL

IRLLGMampA

REAL

IRLLGMampB

REAL

IRLLGMampC

REAL

IRLLLGMampA

REAL

IRLLLGMampB

REAL

IRLLLGMampC

REAL

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Name

Type

IRLLLMampA

REAL

IRLLLMampB

REAL

IRLLLMampC

REAL

IRLLMampA

REAL

IRLLMampB

REAL

IRLLMampC

REAL

IRMIMampA

REAL

IRMIMampB

REAL

IRMIMampC

REAL

IsDistUnlocked

STRING

IsIsolated

STRING

IsMeter

STRING

IsProtectiveDevice

STRING

IsRemoteControlled

STRING

IsSpotUnlocked

STRING

IsStrategic

STRING

IsStrategicAndUsedIn Contingency

STRING

IsSwitchingDevice

STRING

IUnbalA

REAL

276

Description LLL fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @A in Amps LLL fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @B in Amps LLL fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @C in Amps LL fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @A in Amps LL fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @B in Amps LL fault interrupting rating current margin of phase @C in Amps Min. interrupting rating current margin of phase @A in Amps Min. interrupting rating current margin of phase @B in Amps Min. interrupting rating current margin of phase @C in Amps Indicate if the distributed load has been unlocked during load allocation Indicate if the device is isolated or not Indicate the presence of a meter Indicate if it is a protective device or not Indicate if the protective device is remote controlled or not Indicate if the spot load has been unlocked during load allocation Indicate if the protective device is strategic or not Indicate if the protective device is strategic and used in contingency Indicate if the protective device is a switching device or not Percent current unbalance phase @A

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(Amps)

IRLLL Margin of @A

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLLL Margin of @B

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLLL Margin of @C

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLL Margin of @A

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLL Margin of @B

7

0

L

(Amps)

IRLL Margin of @C

7

0

L

(Amps)

Min IR Margin of @A

7

0

L

(Amps)

Min IR Margin of @B

7

0

L

(Amps)

Min IR Margin of @C

7

0

L

Dist Unlocked

5

0

L

Isolated

5

0

L

Meter

5

0

L

IsProtectiveDevi ce

5

0

L

Remote Controlled

5

0

L

Spot Unlocked

5

0

L

Strategic

5

0

L

Strategic

5

0

L

IsSwitchingDevic e

5

0

L

Unbal @A

5

2

L

(%)

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Name

Type

IUnbalB

REAL

IUnbalC

REAL

KVAA

COMPLEX

KVAB

COMPLEX

KVAC

COMPLEX

KVALossA

REAL

KVALossB

REAL

KVALossC

REAL

Description

Units

Unbal @B

5

2

L

(%)

Unbal @C

5

2

L

(kVA)

Thru Power @A

8

1

L

(kVA)

Thru Power @B

8

1

L

(kVA)

Thru Power @C

8

1

L

(kVA)

Loss @A

9

2

L

(kVA)

Loss @B

9

2

L

(kVA)

Loss @C

9

2

L

(kVA)

Total Loss

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Thru Power @A

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Thru Power @B

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Thru Power @C

8

1

L

(kVAR)

Loss @A

9

2

L

(kVAR)

Loss @B

9

2

L

(kVAR)

Loss @C

9

2

L

(kVAR)

Total Loss

8

1

L

Total Thru Power Total Thru Power kVLL

7

0

L

7

0

L

5

1

L

kVLN

5

1

L

(kW)

Thru Power @A

8

1

L

(kW)

Thru Power @B

8

1

L

(kW)

Thru Power @C

8

1

L

(kW)

Loss @A

9

2

L

(kW)

Loss @B

9

2

L

(kW)

Loss @C

9

2

L

(kW)

Fixed Losses

8

2

L

Total Loss

8

1

L

Total Thru Power Length

10

0

L

7

1

L

REAL REAL

KVARB

REAL

KVARC

REAL

KVARLossA

REAL

KVARLossB

REAL

KVARLossC

REAL

KVARLossTot

REAL

Through kVAR on phase @A Through kVAR on phase @B Through kVAR on phase @C KVAR losses on phase @A KVAR losses on phase @B KVAR losses on phase @C Total kVAR losses

KVARTOT

REAL

Total through kVAR

(kVAR)

KVATOT

REAL

Total through kVA

(kVA)

KVLL

REAL

Line-to-line voltage

KWA

REAL

KWB

REAL

KWC

REAL

KWLossA

REAL

KWLossB

REAL

KWLossC

REAL

KWLossFixedTot

REAL

Line-to-neutral voltage Through kW on phase @A Through kW on phase @B Through kW on phase @C kW losses on phase @A kW losses on phase @B kW losses on phase @C Total fixed kW losses

KWLossTot

REAL

Total kW losses

(kW)

KWTOT

REAL

Total through kW

(kW)

Length

REAL

Section length

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(width/precision/ alignment)

(%)

KVARA

REAL

Format

Percent current unbalance phase @B Percent current unbalance phase @C Through kVA on phase @A Through kVA on phase @B Through kVA on phase @C KVA losses on phase @A KVA losses on phase @B KVA losses on phase @C Total kVA losses

KVALossTot

KVLN

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Name

Type

LG1phmva

REAL

LG1phmvaZ

REAL

LGamp

REAL

LGampKmax

REAL

LGampKmaxZ

REAL

LGampKmin

REAL

LGampKminZ

REAL

LGampMax

REAL

LGampMin

REAL

LGampZ

REAL

LGmvaMax

REAL

LGmvaMin

REAL

LineB0

REAL

LineB1

REAL

LineBa

REAL

LineBb

REAL

LineBc

REAL

LineBm

REAL

LineId

STRING

LineR0

REAL

LineR1

REAL

LineRa

REAL

LineRb

REAL

LineRc

REAL

LineRm

REAL

LineX0

REAL

278

Description

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

line to ground fault current in (1 phase MVA) Line to ground (Z) fault current in (1 phase MVA) Line to ground fault current in Amps Line to ground max. fault current in Amps Line to ground max. (Z) fault current in Amps Line to ground min. fault current in Amps Line to ground min. (Z) fault current in Amps Line to ground max. fault current in Amps Line to ground min. fault current in Amps Line to ground (Z) fault current in Amps Line to ground max. fault current in MVA Line to ground min. fault current in MVA Line zero sequence susceptance Line positive sequence susceptance Line susceptance on phase @A Line susceptance on phase @B Line susceptance on phase @C Line mutual susceptance Line or cable Id

(mva)

LL 2ph

7

0

L

(mva)

LG1phmvaZ

7

0

L

(Amps)

LG

7

0

L

(Amps)

LG Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LG Kmax Z

7

0

L

(Amps)

LG Kmin

7

0

L

(Amps)

LG Kmin Z

7

0

L

(Amps)

LG Max

7

0

L

(Amps)

LG Min

7

0

L

(amp)

LGampZ

7

0

L

(MVA)

LG Max

6

0

L

(MVA)

LG Min

6

0

L

uS

Line B0

10

3

L

uS

Line B1

10

3

L

uS

Line [email protected]

10

3

L

uS

Line [email protected]

10

3

L

uS

Line [email protected]

10

3

L

uS

Line Bm

10

3

L

Line Id

32

0

L

Line zero sequence resistance Line positive sequence resistance Line resistance on phase @A Line resistance on phase @B Line resistance on phase @C Line mutual resistance Line zero sequence reactance

Ohms

Line R0

10

3

L

Ohms

Line R1

10

3

L

Ohms

Line [email protected]

10

3

L

Ohms

Line [email protected]

10

3

L

Ohms

Line [email protected]

10

3

L

Ohms

Line Rm

10

3

L

Ohms

Line X0

10

3

L

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Name

Type

LineX1

REAL

LineXa

REAL

LineXb

REAL

LineXc

REAL

LineXm

REAL

LL2phmva

REAL

LL2phmvaZ

REAL

LLamp

REAL

LLampKmax

REAL

LLampKmaxZ

REAL

LLampKmin

REAL

LLampKminZ

REAL

LLampMin

REAL

LLampZ

REAL

LLG2phmva

REAL

LLG2phmvaZ

REAL

LLGamp

REAL

LLGampKmax

REAL

LLGampKmin

REAL

LLGampZ

REAL

LLGB

REAL

LLGB2phmva

REAL

LLGBKmax

REAL

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Description Line positive sequence reactance Line reactance on phase @A Line reactance on phase @B Line reactance on phase @C Line mutual reactance line to line fault current in (2 phases MVA) Line to line (Z) fault current in (2 phases MVA) Line to line fault current in Amps Line to line max. fault current in Amps Line to line max. (Z) fault current in Amps Line to line min. fault current in Amps Line to line min (Z). fault current in Amps Line to line min. fault current in Amps Line to line (Z) fault current in Amps Double line to ground fault current in (2 phases MVA) Double line to ground (Z) fault current in (2 phases MVA) Double line to ground fault current in Amps Double line to ground max. fault current in Amps Double line to ground min. fault current in Amps Double line to ground (Z) fault current in Amps Double line to ground fault current in Amps (b) Double line to ground fault current in (2 phases MVA - b) Double line to ground max. fault current in Amps (b)

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Ohms

Line X1

10

3

L

Ohms

Line [email protected]

10

3

L

Ohms

Line [email protected]

10

3

L

Ohms

Line [email protected]

10

3

L

Ohms

Line Xm

10

3

L

(mva)

LL 2ph

7

0

L

(mva)

LL2phmvaZ

7

0

L

(Amps)

LL

7

0

L

(Amps)

LL Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LL Kmax Z

7

0

L

(Amps)

LL Kmin

7

0

L

(Amps)

LL Kmin Z

7

0

L

(Amps)

LL Min

7

0

L

(amp)

LLampZ

7

0

L

(MVA)

LLG 2ph

7

0

L

(mva)

LLG2phmvaZ

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG Kmin

7

0

L

(amp)

LLGampZ

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG B

7

0

L

(mva)

LL 2ph

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG B Kmax

7

0

L

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Name

Type

LLGBKmin

REAL

LLGBKZmax

REAL

LLGBKZmin

REAL

LLGBmva

REAL

LLGBZ

REAL

LLGBZmva

REAL

LLGC

REAL

LLGC2phmva

REAL

LLGCKmax

REAL

LLGCKmin

REAL

LLGCKZmax

REAL

LLGCKZmin

REAL

LLGCmva

REAL

LLGCZ

REAL

LLGCZmva

REAL

LLGKmaxZ

REAL

LLGKminZ

REAL

LLGmva

REAL

LLGT

REAL

LLGT1phmva

REAL

280

Description Double line to ground min. fault current in Amps (b) Double line to ground max. (Z) fault current in Amps (b) Double line to ground min. (Z) fault current in Amps (b) Double line to ground fault current in MVA (b) Double line to ground (Z) fault current in Amps (b) Double line to ground (Z) fault current in MVA (b) Double line to ground fault current in Amps (c) Double line to ground fault current in (2 phases MVA - c) Double line to ground max. fault current in Amps (c) Double line to ground min. fault current in Amps (c) Double line to ground max. (Z) fault current in Amps (c) Double line to ground min. (Z) fault current in Amps (c) Double line to ground fault current in MVA (c) Double line to ground (Z) fault current in Amps (c) Double line to ground (Z) fault current in MVA (c) Double line to ground max. (Z) fault current in Amps Double line to ground min. (Z) fault current in Amps Double line to ground fault current in MVA Double line to ground fault current in Amps (total) Double line to ground fault current in (1 phases MVA - total)

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(Amps)

LLG B Kmin

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLGZ B Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLGZ B Kmin

7

0

L

(MVA)

LLG B

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLGZ B

7

0

L

(MVA)

LLGZ B

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG C

7

0

L

(mva)

LL 2ph

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG C Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG C Kmin

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLGZ C Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLGZ C Kmin

7

0

L

(MVA)

LLG C

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLGZ C

7

0

L

(MVA)

LLGZ C

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG Z Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG Z Kmin

7

0

L

(MVA)

LLG

6

0

L

(Amps)

LLG T

7

0

L

(mva)

LL 2ph

7

0

L

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Name

Type

LLGTKmax

REAL

LLGTKmin

REAL

LLGTKZmax

REAL

LLGTKZmin

REAL

LLGTmva

REAL

LLGTZ

REAL

LLGTZmva

REAL

LLLamp

REAL

LLLampKmax

REAL

LLLampKmaxZ

REAL

LLLampKmin

REAL

LLLampKminZ

REAL

LLLampZ

REAL

LLLmva

REAL

LLLmvaZ

REAL

LLmva

REAL

LLmvaMin

REAL

LoadCablLen

REAL

Description Double line to ground max. fault current in Amps (total) Double line to ground min. fault current in Amps (total) Double line to ground max. (Z) fault current in Amps (total) Double line to ground min. (Z) fault current in Amps (total) Double line to ground fault current in MVA (total) Double line to ground (Z) fault current in Amps (total) Double line to ground (Z) fault current in MVA (total) Three phase fault current in Amps Three phase max. fault current in Amps Three phase max. (Z). fault current in Amps Three phase min. fault current in Amps Three phase min. (Z) fault current in Amps Three phase (Z) fault current in Amps Three phase fault current in MVA Three phase (Z) fault current in MVA Line to line fault current in MVA Line to line min. fault current in MVA Cable length (LEI)

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(Amps)

LLG T Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLG T Kmin

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLGZ T Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLGZ T Kmin

7

0

L

(MVA)

LLG T

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLGZ T

7

0

L

(MVA)

LLGZ T

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLL

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLL Kmax

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLL Kmax Z

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLL Kmin

7

0

L

(Amps)

LLL Kmin Z

7

0

L

(amp)

LLLampZ

7

0

L

(MVA)

LLL

6

0

L

(mva)

LLLmvaZ

7

0

L

(MVA)

LL

6

0

L

(MVA)

LL Min

7

0

L

(km)

Cable Length

10

2

L

Config

4

0

L

LoadConfig

STRING

Load configuration

LoadCustomer

REAL

(#)

Customers

10

2

L

LoadEns

REAL

(kWh/yr)

Ens

8

5

L

LoadFactor

REAL

Total customers in zone Load Point Energy Not Supply Load factor

%

Load Factor

5

1

L

LOADING

REAL

(%)

Loading

5

1

L

LOADING_SECOND ARY

REAL

Balanced Percent Loading Balanced Percent phase loading on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer

(%)

Loading P-S

5

1

L

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Name

Type

LOADING_TERTIAR Y

REAL

LOADINGA

REAL

LOADINGA_SECON DARY

REAL

LOADINGA_TERTIA RY

REAL

LOADINGB

REAL

LOADINGB_TERTIA RY

REAL

LOADINGBSECONDARY

REAL

LOADINGC

REAL

LOADINGC_TERTIA RY

REAL

LOADINGCSECONDARY

REAL

LoadingEqNominal

REAL

LoadingEqNominal_S econdary

REAL

LoadingEqNominal_T ertiary

REAL

LoadingEqNominalA

REAL

LoadingEqNominalA_ Secondary

REAL

282

Description Balanced Percent phase loading on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading on phase @A Percent [email protected] loading on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading on the tertiary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent loading on phase @B Percent [email protected] loading on the tertiary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent loading on phase @C Percent [email protected] loading on the tertiary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Balanced percent loading based on nominal rating Balanced percent loading based on nominal rating on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Balanced percent loading based on nominal rating on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on nominal rating on phase @A Percent [email protected] loading based on nominal rating on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(%)

Loading P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading @A

5

1

L

(%)

Loading @A P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading @A P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading @B

5

1

L

(%)

Loading @B P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading @B P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading @C

5

1

L

(%)

Loading @C P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading @C P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal @A

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal @A PS

5

1

L

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Name

Type

LoadingEqNominalA_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqNominalB

REAL

LoadingEqNominalB_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqNominalB_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqNominalC

REAL

LoadingEqNominalC_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqNominalC_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating1

REAL

LoadingEqRating1_S econdary

REAL

LoadingEqRating1_T ertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating1A

REAL

LoadingEqRating1A_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating1A_ Tertiary

REAL

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Description Percent [email protected] loading based on nominal rating on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on nominal rating on phase @B Percent [email protected] loading based on nominal rating on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on nominal rating on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on nominal rating on phase @C Percent [email protected] loading based on nominal rating on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on nominal rating on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 1 Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 1 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 1 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 1 on phase @A Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 1 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 1 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal @A P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal @B

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal @B PS

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal @B P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal @C

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal @C PS

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Nominal @C P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 @A

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 @A P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 @A P-T

5

1

L

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Name

Type

LoadingEqRating1B

REAL

LoadingEqRating1B_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating1B_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating1C

REAL

LoadingEqRating1C_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating1C_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating2

REAL

LoadingEqRating2_S econdary

REAL

LoadingEqRating2_T ertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating2A

REAL

LoadingEqRating2A_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating2A_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating2B

REAL

284

Description Percent loading based on loading limit 1 on phase @B Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 1 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 1 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 1 on phase @C Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 1 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 1 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 2 Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 2 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 2 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 2 on phase @A Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 2 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 2 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 2 on phase @B

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 @B

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 @B P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 @B P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 @C

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 @C P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating1 @C P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 @A

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 @A P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 @A P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 @B

5

1

L

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Name

Type

LoadingEqRating2B_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating2B_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating2C

REAL

LoadingEqRating2C_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating2C_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating3

REAL

LoadingEqRating3_S econdary

REAL

LoadingEqRating3_T ertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating3A

REAL

LoadingEqRating3A_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating3A_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating3B

REAL

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Description Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 2 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent phase-[email protected] loading based on loading limit 2 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 2 on phase @C Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 2 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 2 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 3 Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 3 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 3 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 3 on phase @A Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 3 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 3 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 3 on phase @B

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 @B P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 @B P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 @C

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 @C P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating2 @C P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 @A

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 @A P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 @A P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 @B

5

1

L

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Name

Type

LoadingEqRating3B_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating3B_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating3C

REAL

LoadingEqRating3C_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating3C_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating4

REAL

LoadingEqRating4_S econdary

REAL

LoadingEqRating4_T ertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating4A

REAL

LoadingEqRating4A_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating4A_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating4B

REAL

286

Description Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 3 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 3 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 3 on phase @C Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 3 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 3 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 4 Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 4 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Balanced percent loading based on loading limit 4 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 4 on phase @A Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 4 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 4 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 4 on phase @B

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 @B P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 @B P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 @C

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 @C P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating3 @C P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 @A

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 @A P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 @A P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 @B

5

1

L

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Name

Type

LoadingEqRating4B_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating4B_ Tertiary

REAL

LoadingEqRating4C

REAL

LoadingEqRating4C_ Secondary

REAL

LoadingEqRating4C_ Tertiary

REAL

LOADINGN

REAL

Description

LoadLEI

REAL

Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 4 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 4 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading based on loading limit 4 on phase @C Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 4 on the secondary side of Three-Winding transformer Percent [email protected] loading based on loading limit 4 on the tertiary side of ThreeWinding transformer Percent loading on the neutral Load Exposure Index

LoadLinLen

REAL

Line length (LEI)

LoadModel

STRING

LoadMVAR

REAL

LoadMW

REAL

LoadPhase

STRING

Name of the active load model Sum of the loads reactive powers Sum of the loads active powers Load Phase

LoadPhaseType

STRING

Locked

STRING

Device locking

Maifi

REAL

Maifi

Meter1

REAL

Meter2

REAL

MeterA1

REAL

MeterA2

REAL

MeterB1

REAL

MeterB2

REAL

Meter Demand Total (first value) Meter Demand Total (second value) Meter demand on phase @A (first value) Meter demand on phase @A (second value) Meter demand on phase @B (first value) Meter demand on phase @B (second value)

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Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 @B P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 @B P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 @C

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 @C P-S

5

1

L

(%)

Loading Eq Rating4 @C P-T

5

1

L

(%)

Loading N

5

1

L

(cust-km)

Lei

10

2

L

(km)

Line Length

10

2

L

Load Model

32

0

L

MVAR

QLoad

5

2

L

MW

PLoad

5

2

L

Load Phase Type

Phase

4

0

L

Phase Type

32

0

L

Locked

25

0

L

(inter/cus t-yr) (Value1)

Maifi

8

5

L

Demand

6

2

L

(Value2)

Demand

6

2

L

(Value1)

Demand @A

6

2

L

(Value2)

Demand @A

6

2

L

(Value1)

Demand @B

6

2

L

(Value2)

Demand @B

6

2

L

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Name

Type

MeterC1

REAL

MeterC2

REAL

MeterState

STRING

Format

Description

Units

Table Header

Meter demand on phase @C (first value) Meter demand on phase @C (second value) State of the meter

(Value1)

Demand @C

6

2

L

(Value2)

Demand @C

6

2

L

(width/precision/ alignment)

Meter State

6

0

L

32

0

L

MeterType

STRING

Demand type

Demand Type

MiscDesc

STRING

Description

Description

255

0

L

MotAnsiGroup

NUMBER

ANSI Motor Group

5

0

L

MotAssist

STRING

Assitance type

ANSI Motor Group Assistance

32

0

L

MotEffic

REAL

Efficiency

(%)

Effic

7

2

L

Power

7

2

L

MotHP

REAL

Rated horse power

(HP)

MotKV

REAL

Rated voltage

(kVLL)

Voltage

7

2

L

MotkVAR

REAL

Capacitor assistance

(kVAR)

Capacitor

9

2

L

MotLPF

REAL

Load Power Factor

(%)

7

2

L

MotMva

REAL

(MVA)

6

0

L

MotMVAR

REAL

MVAR

QMotor

5

2

L

MotMW

REAL

MW

PMotor

5

2

L

MotorAMP

REAL

(AMP)

Motor AMP

8

1

L

MotorAMP1PhLN

REAL

(AMP)

1PhLN Motor AMP

8

1

L

MotorHP

REAL

(HP)

Motor HP

6

0

L

MotorHP1PhLN

REAL

(HP)

1PhLN Motor HP

6

0

L

MotorKva

REAL

(KVA)

Motor kVA

8

1

L

MotorKva1PhLN

REAL

(KVA)

1PhLN Motor kVA

8

1

L

MotorKw

REAL

(kW)

Motor kW

6

1

L

MotorKw1PhLN

REAL

(kW)

1PhLN Motor kW

8

1

L

MotorMva

REAL

(MVA)

Motor MVA

6

1

L

MotorMva1PhLN

REAL

(MVA)

1PhLN Motor MVA

6

1

L

MotorMw

REAL

Maximum allowable starting MVA Sum of the motors reactive powers Sum of the motors active powers Maximum motor starting current Maximum motor starting current for single-phase motor connected Maximum motor running HP Maximum motor running HP for singlephase motor connected LN Maximum motor starting kVA Maximum motor starting kVA for single-phase motor connected LN Maximum motor running kW Maximum motor running kW for singlephase motor connected LN Maximum motor starting MVA Maximum motor starting MVA for single-phase motor connected LN Maximum motor running MW

Load Power Factor Max Motor

(MW)

Motor MW

6

1

L

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Name

Type

MotorMw1PhLN

REAL

MotorSPF

REAL

MotorSPF1PhLN

REAL

Description

MotPf

REAL

Maximum motor running MW for single-phase motor connected LN motor Starting Power Factor motor Starting Power Factor for singlephase motor connected LN Full load power factor

MotPhase

STRING

Connected phase

MotR

REAL

MotRatedSpeed

REAL

Resistance assistance Synchronous Speed

MotStarts

NUMBER

Motor starts

MotStatus

STRING

Motor status

MotSubTransR

REAL

MotSubTransX

REAL

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(MW)

1PhLN Motor MW

6

1

L

(%)

Starting PF

6

1

L

(%)

1PhLN Starting PF

6

1

L

(%)

Pf

7

2

L

Phase

6

0

L

(ohms)

R

6

4

L

(RPM)

Synchronous Speed Starts

7

2

L

10

0

L

Status

32

0

L

Sub Transisient Resistance Sub Transisient Reactance Tap

7

2

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

Type

12

0

L

(ohms)

MotTap

REAL

Sub Transisient Resistance Sub Transisient Reactance Reduced voltage tap

MotType

STRING

Motor type

MVAA

REAL

(MVA)

Thru Power @A

5

1

L

MVAB

REAL

(MVA)

Thru Power @B

5

1

L

MVAC

REAL

(MVA)

Thru Power @C

5

1

L

MVARA

REAL

(MVAR)

Thru Power @A

5

1

L

MVARB

REAL

(MVAR)

Thru Power @B

5

1

L

MVARC

REAL

(MVAR)

Thru Power @C

5

1

L

MVARTOT

REAL

Through MVA on phase @A Through MVA on phase @B Through MVA on phase @C Through MVAR on phase @A Through MVAR on phase @B Through MVAR on phase @C Total through MVAR

(MVAR)

5

0

L

MVATOT

REAL

Total through MVA

(MVA)

5

0

L

MWA

REAL

(MW)

5

1

L

MWB

REAL

(MW)

Thru Power @B

5

1

L

MWC

REAL

(MW)

Thru Power @C

5

1

L

MWTOT

REAL

Through MW on phase @A Through MW on phase @B Through MW on phase @C Total through MW

Total Thru Power Total Thru Power Thru Power @A

(MW)

5

0

L

NestedViewId

STRING

Nested View Id

Total Thru Power Nested View Id

32

0

L

NetEqLoadFromKVA R_A

REAL

NetEqLoadFrom [email protected]

9

2

L

NetEqLoadFromKVA R_B

REAL

Network Equivalent from kVAR on phase @A Network Equivalent from kVAR on phase @B

NetEqLoadFrom [email protected]

9

2

L

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Name

Type

NetEqLoadFromKVA R_C

REAL

NetEqLoadFromKW_ A

REAL

NetEqLoadFromKW_ B

REAL

NetEqLoadFromKW_ C

REAL

NetEqLoadToKVAR_ A NetEqLoadToKVAR_ B NetEqLoadToKVAR_ C NetEqLoadToKW_A

REAL

NetEqLoadToKW_B

REAL

NetEqLoadToKW_C

REAL

NetEqTotalConnecte dKVA_A

REAL

NetEqTotalConnecte dKVA_B

REAL

NetEqTotalConnecte dKVA_C

REAL

NetEqTotalCUSTOM ER_A

NUMBER

NetEqTotalCUSTOM ER_B

NUMBER

NetEqTotalCUSTOM ER_C

NUMBER

NetEqTotalDescriptio n NetEqTotalKVAR_A

STRING

NetEqTotalKVAR_B

REAL

NetEqTotalKVAR_C

REAL

290

REAL REAL REAL

REAL

Description Network Equivalent from kVAR on phase @C Network Equivalent from kW on phase @A Network Equivalent from kW on phase @B Network Equivalent from kW on phase @C Network Equivalent to kVAR on phase @A Network Equivalent to kVAR on phase @B Network Equivalent to kVAR on phase @C Network Equivalent to kW on phase @A Network Equivalent to kW on phase @B Network Equivalent to kW on phase @C Network Equivalent Total Connected kVA on phase @A Network Equivalent Total Connected kVA on phase @B Network Equivalent Total Connected kVA on phase @C Network Equivalent total number of customer on phase @A Network Equivalent total number of customer on phase @B Network Equivalent total number of customer on phase @C Network Equivalent Description Network Equivalent Total kVAR on phase @A Network Equivalent Total kVAR on phase @B Network Equivalent Total kVAR on phase @C

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

NetEqLoadFrom [email protected]

9

2

L

NetEqLoadFrom [email protected]

9

2

L

NetEqLoadFrom [email protected]

9

2

L

NetEqLoadFrom [email protected]

9

2

L

NetEqLoadToKV [email protected] NetEqLoadToKV [email protected] NetEqLoadToKV [email protected] NetEqLoadToK [email protected] NetEqLoadToK [email protected] NetEqLoadToK [email protected] NetEqTotalConn [email protected]

9

2

L

9

2

L

9

2

L

9

2

L

9

2

L

9

2

L

9

2

L

NetEqTotalConn [email protected]

9

2

L

NetEqTotalConn [email protected]

9

2

L

NetEqTotalCUS [email protected]

10

0

L

NetEqTotalCUS [email protected]

10

0

L

NetEqTotalCUS [email protected]

10

0

L

NetEqTotalDesc ription NetEqTotalKVA [email protected]

32

0

L

9

2

L

NetEqTotalKVA [email protected]

9

2

L

NetEqTotalKVA [email protected]

9

2

L

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Name

Type

NetEqTotalKW_A

REAL

NetEqTotalKW_B

REAL

NetEqTotalKW_C

REAL

NetEqTotalKWH_A

REAL

NetEqTotalKWH_B

REAL

NetEqTotalKWH_C

REAL

NetEqTotalLen_A

REAL

NetEqTotalLen_B

REAL

NetEqTotalLen_C

REAL

NetEqZRAA

REAL

NetEqZRAB

REAL

NetEqZRAC

REAL

NetEqZRBA

REAL

NetEqZRBB

REAL

NetEqZRBC

REAL

NetEqZRCA

REAL

NetEqZRCB

REAL

NetEqZRCC

REAL

NetEqZXAA

REAL

NetEqZXAB

REAL

NetEqZXAC

REAL

NetEqZXBA

REAL

NetEqZXBB

REAL

NetEqZXBC

REAL

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Description Network Equivalent Total KW on phase @A Network Equivalent Total kW on phase @B Network Equivalent Total kW on phase @C Network Equivalent Total kWh on phase @A Network Equivalent Total kWh on phase @B Network Equivalent Total kWh on phase @C Network Equivalent Total Length of phase @A Network Equivalent Total Length of phase @B Network Equivalent Total Length of phase @C Network Equivalent [email protected]@A Network Equivalent [email protected]@B Network Equivalent [email protected]@C Network Equivalent [email protected]@A Network Equivalent [email protected]@B Network Equivalent [email protected]@C Network Equivalent [email protected]@A Network Equivalent [email protected]@B Network Equivalent [email protected]@C Network Equivalent [email protected]@A Network Equivalent [email protected]@B Network Equivalent [email protected]@C Network Equivalent [email protected]@A Network Equivalent [email protected]@B Network Equivalent [email protected]@C

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

NetEqTotalKW_ @A

9

2

L

NetEqTotalKW_ @B

9

2

L

NetEqTotalKW_ @C

9

2

L

NetEqTotalKWH [email protected]

10

2

L

NetEqTotalKWH [email protected]

10

2

L

NetEqTotalKWH [email protected]

10

2

L

NetEqTotalLen_ @A

5

2

L

NetEqTotalLen_ @B

5

2

L

NetEqTotalLen_ @C

5

2

L

[email protected]@A

5

2

L

[email protected]@B

5

2

L

[email protected]@C

5

2

L

[email protected]@A

5

2

L

[email protected]@B

5

2

L

[email protected]@C

5

2

L

[email protected]@A

5

2

L

[email protected]@B

5

2

L

[email protected]@ C [email protected]@A

5

2

L

5

2

L

[email protected]@B

5

2

L

[email protected]@C

5

2

L

[email protected]@A

5

2

L

[email protected]@B

5

2

L

[email protected]@C

5

2

L

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Name

Type

Description

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

[email protected]@A

5

2

L

[email protected]@B

5

2

L

[email protected]@C

5

2

L

STRING

Network Equivalent [email protected]@A Network Equivalent [email protected]@B Network Equivalent [email protected]@C Network name

Network Id

32

0

L

STRING

Network type

Network Type

32

0

L

Neutralamp

REAL

IN

9

2

L

Niepi

REAL

Rated current : Neutral conductor Niepi

Niepi

6

3

L

NodeId

STRING

Name of the Node

Node Id

32

0

L

NodeState

STRING

Node state

State

32

0

L

NONE

STRING

Empty field

5

0

L

NonIdealConverterCo mmutatingPulseNum ber NonIdealConverterCo mmutatingR

REAL

Pulse Number

Pulse Number

7

2

L

REAL

Commutating Reactance

(Ohms)

7

2

L

NonIdealConverterFa ultKVA NonIdealConverterKV

REAL

Fault level

(KVA)

Total Commutating Reactance Fault level

9

2

L

REAL

Nominal Voltage

(KV)

Nominal Voltage

7

2

L

NonIdealConverterKV A NonIdealConverterK W NStatus

REAL

Nominal kVA

(KVA)

Nominal Size

9

2

L

REAL

Atcive Power

(kW)

Active Power

7

2

L

STRING

Normal status

Normal Status

32

0

L

olcBegOvlCond

STRING

Beginning end of overloaded conductor

Begin Section ID

32

0

L

olcConductID

STRING

Conductor ID

Conductor ID

32

0

L

Ending end of overloaded conductor

End Section ID

32

0

L

NetEqZXCA

REAL

NetEqZXCB

REAL

NetEqZXCC

REAL

NetworkId NetworkType

olcEndOvlCond

STRING

(Amps) (inter/yr)

olcLoadCap

REAL

Load capacity

(Amps)

Capacity

8

2

L

olcOvlAmps

REAL

Capacity Diff

(Amps)

Load

8

2

L

olcPercntOvl

REAL

Overload percentage

(%)

Loading

8

2

L

olcPercntOvlDiff

REAL

Loading Diff

(%)

Overload

8

2

L

olcProDevID

STRING

Protective device ID

Protective Device ID

32

0

L

OverloadAmpsA

REAL

(%)

Overload @A

5

2

L

OverloadAmpsB

REAL

(%)

Overload @B

5

2

L

OverloadAmpsC

REAL

(%)

Overload @C

5

2

L

OverloadAmpsMax

REAL

Overload Percent on phase @A Overload Percent on phase @B Overload Percent on phase @C Overload Percent Maximum Parent section name

(%)

Overload Max

5

2

L

ParentId

STRING

pBackupProtDevEqC ode

STRING

292

Equipment code of backup protective device of uncovered zone

Parent Id

32

0

L

Backup Prot. Dev. Code

32

0

L

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Name

Type

Description

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Backup Prot. Dev. Section ID

32

0

L

Bound

32

0

L

(%)

Pct. net. load @A

5

2

L

(%)

Pct. net. load @B

5

2

L

(%)

Pct. net. load @C

5

2

L

(%)

Pct. net. load 3PH

5

2

L

Critical Location

32

0

L

(Amps)

Peak Asym Fault

9

2

L

5

2

L

Initial peak MVA

(MVA)

Peak Asym Factor Peak Asym Fault

5

2

L

Power factor on phase @A Fault current

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

(Amps)

Fault Current

9

2

L

(Amps)

Fault Current seen by Prot. Dev. Fault type

9

2

L

32

0

L

pBackupProtDevSecI D

STRING

pBound

STRING

PcntNtwkLoadA

REAL

PcntNtwkLoadB

REAL

PcntNtwkLoadC

REAL

PcntNtwkLoadTOT

REAL

pCriticalSecID

STRING

PeakAmps

REAL

Initial peak current

PeakFact

REAL

Initial peak factor

PeakMva

REAL

PFA

REAL

pFaultCurrent

REAL

pFaultCurrentWithRat io

REAL

Fault current seen by the protective device

pFaultType

STRING

PFavg

REAL

The uncovered current fault type Average power factor

PFB

REAL

PFC

REAL

PH-Angle

REAL

PH-AngleA

REAL

PH-AngleAinput

REAL

PH-AngleB

REAL

PH-AngleBinput

REAL

PH-AngleC

REAL

PH-AngleCinput

REAL

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Units

Section ID of backup protective device of uncovered zone Beginning point of uncovered minimum fault current Percentage of the total phase @A network load downstream of point Percentage of the total phase @B network load downstream of point Percentage of the total phase @C network load downstream of point Percentage of the total 3 phase network load downstream of point Section ID of smallest fault current

Power factor on phase @B Power factor on phase @C Balanced Voltage Phase Angle Voltage phase angle on phase @A Input Voltage phase angle on phase @A Voltage phase angle on phase @B Input Voltage phase angle on phase @B Voltage phase angle on phase @C Input Voltage phase angle on phase @C

(%)

Pf avg

5

2

L

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

Angle V

5

2

L

Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

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Name

Type

PH-Angleinput

REAL

PH-AngleRel

REAL

PH-AngleRelA

REAL

PH-AngleRelAinput

REAL

PH-AngleRelB

REAL

PH-AngleRelBinput

REAL

PH-AngleRelC

REAL

PH-AngleRelCinput

REAL

PH-AngleRelinput

REAL

Phase

STRING

Description

Units

Balanced Input Voltage Phase Angle Balanced Voltage Relative Phase Angle Voltage phase relative angle on phase @A Input Voltage phase relative angle on phase @A Voltage phase relative angle on phase @B Input Voltage phase relative angle on phase @B Voltage phase relative angle on phase @C Input Voltage phase relative angle on phase @C Balanced Input Voltage Relative Phase Angle Phase

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Angle V

5

2

L

Rel Angle V

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Rel Angle [email protected]

5

2

L

Rel Angle V

5

2

L

Phase

4

0

L

Phase pickup

5

2

L

Phase pickup alternate Backup Protected

5

2

L

5

0

L

Protected

5

0

L

(Amps)

Minimum Fault

9

2

L

(Amps)

Fault Current seen by Prot. Dev.

9

2

L

Prot. Dev. Code

32

0

L

Prot. Dev. Section ID

32

0

L

PhPickup

REAL

Phase pickup

(Amps)

PhPkupA

REAL

(Amps)

pIsBackupProtected

STRING

pIsProtected

STRING

pMinFault

REAL

pMinFaultWithRatio

REAL

pProtDevEqCode

STRING

pProtDevSecID

STRING

PredZone

STRING

Phase pickup alternate Indicate if a fault is protected by the backup protection Indicate if a fault is protected The smallest uncovered fault current The smallest uncovered fault current as seen by the device Equipment code of protective device of uncovered zone Section ID of protective device of uncovered zone Preceding zone

Preceding zone

32

0

L

Prefault kV

6

3

L

PrefaultVoltage

REAL

Prefault kV

(kV)

ProtAmps

REAL

(Amps)

Rating

6

2

L

ProtFRate

REAL

(inter/yr)

Failure Rate

9

6

L

ProtInterruptingRating Amps ProtkV

REAL

Protective device rating Protective device failure rate Protective device interrupting rating Protective device rated voltage

7

2

L

(kV)

Interrupting Rating Voltage

6

2

L

294

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Name

Type

ProtMajorFailureProp ortion

REAL

ProtMajorRepairTime

REAL

ProtMeterState

STRING

ProtMFRate

REAL

ProtMinorRepairTime

REAL

ProtStateA

STRING

ProtStateB

STRING

ProtStateC

STRING

ProtStkPro

REAL

ProtSwTime

REAL

Description

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Protective device major failure proportion Protective device major repair time State of the meter

(hr)

Major Failure Proportion

12

2

L

(hr)

Major Repair Time Meter State

12

2

L

6

0

L

Protective device momentary failure rate Protective device minor repair time Protective device state phase @A Protective device state phase @B Protective device state phase @C Protective device stuck probability Protective device switching time Protective device type

(inter/yr)

Mom. Failure Rate

9

6

L

(hr)

Minor Repair Time State @A

12

2

L

7

0

L

State @B

7

0

L

State @C

7

0

L

Stuck Probability

8

6

L

(hr)

Switching Time

12

6

L

Device Type

20

0

L

Setting related to the uncovered default type Section ID of switching device that isolates zone R0 thevenin in ohms

(Amps)

Setting

8

2

L

Switching Dev. Location

32

0

L

(ohms)

R0 thev

6

4

L

(ohms)

R0 thev (Z)

6

4

L L

ProtType

STRING

pSetting

REAL

pSwDevSecID

STRING

R0ohm

REAL

R0ohmZ

REAL

R0pu

REAL

R0 thevenin in ohms (Z) R0 thevenin in pu

(pu)

R0 thev

6

4

R0puZ

REAL

R0 thevenin in pu (Z)

(pu)

R0puZ

7

0

L

R1 thev

6

4

L

R1 thev (Z)

6

4

L

R1ohm

REAL

R1 thevenin in ohms

(ohms)

R1ohmZ

REAL

(ohms)

R1pu

REAL

R1 thevenin in ohms (Z) R1 thevenin in pu

(pu)

R1 thev

6

4

L

R1puZ

7

0

L

R1puZ

REAL

R1 thevenin in pu (Z)

(pu)

ReactMVAR

REAL

MVAR

QReac

5

2

L

ReactMW

REAL

MW

PReac

5

2

L

Reclosing

STRING

Reclosing

5

0

L

RegAmps

REAL

(Amps)

Rating

9

2

L

RegBandw

REAL

(volts)

Bandwidth

5

2

L

RegBoost

REAL

Sum of thne shunt reactors reactive powers Sum of the shunt reactors active powers Indicate the reclosing scheme status Maximum current rating Regulator bandwidth in volts Maximum boost

(%)

Boost

7

2

L

RegBuck

REAL

Maximum buck

(%)

Buck

7

2

L

RegCT

REAL

Regulator CT rating

CT

7

2

L

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Name

Type

RegFirstHouseHigh

REAL

RegFirstHouseLow

REAL

RegKVA

Description

Table Header

Units

REAL

First House High Voltage First House Low Voltage Nominal capacity

(kVA)

RegKVLN

REAL

Rated voltage

(kVLN)

RegLoadId

STRING

Regulated section Id

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

FirstHouseHigh

7

2

L

FirstHouseLow

7

2

L

Rating

9

2

L

kV

7

2

L

Load center Id

32

0

L

5

0

L L

RegNbtap

REAL

Number of taps

Taps

RegOption

STRING

Setting option

Option

20

0

RegPT

REAL

Regulator PT ratio

PT

7

2

L

32

0

L

RegRevMode

STRING

Reverse mode

Reverse Mode

RegRevRset

REAL

RevRset

7

2

L

RegRevRsetA

REAL

[email protected]

7

2

L

RegRevRsetB

REAL

[email protected]

7

2

L

RegRevRsetC

REAL

Balanced Reverse R setting phase Reverse R settings phase @A Reverse R settings phase @B Reverse R settings phase @C Reverse Threshold

[email protected]

7

2

L

RegRevThres

REAL

RegRevVset

REAL

RegRevVsetA

REAL

RegRevVsetB

REAL

RegRevVsetC

REAL

RegRevXset

REAL

RegRevXsetA

REAL

RegRevXsetB

REAL

RegRevXsetC

REAL

RegRset

REAL

RegRsetA

REAL

Threshold

7

2

L

Balanced Desired reverse voltage phase Desired reverse voltage phase @A Desired reverse voltage phase @B Desired reverse voltage phase @C Balanced Reverse X setting phase Reverse X setting phase @A Reverse X setting phase @B Reverse X setting phase @C Balanced R setting phase R settings phase @A

(%)

RevVset

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

RevXset

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

Rset

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

RegRsetB

REAL

R settings phase @B

RegRsetC

REAL

R settings phase @C

[email protected]

7

2

L

RegTap

REAL

Tap

7

2

L

RegTapA

REAL

[email protected]

7

2

L

RegTapB

REAL

[email protected]

7

2

L

RegTapC

REAL

[email protected]

7

2

L

RegVset

REAL

Balanced Tap setting phase Tap setting phase @A Tap setting phase @B Tap setting phase @C Balanced Desired voltage phase

Vset

7

2

L

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Name

Type

Description

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

[email protected]

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

[email protected]

7

2

L

Xset

7

2

L

REAL

Desired voltage phase @A Desired voltage phase @B Desired voltage phase @C Balanced X setting phase X setting phase @A

[email protected]

7

2

L

REAL

X setting phase @B

[email protected]

7

2

L

RegXsetC

REAL

X setting phase @C

[email protected]

7

2

L

RestorationMode

STRING

Restoration mode

32

0

L

Saidi

REAL

Saidi

Restoration Mode Saidi

8

5

L

Saifi

REAL

Saifi

Saifi

8

5

L

SCapAmps

REAL

Rating

7

2

L

SCapText

STRING

Series capacitor rated current Series capacitor text

Description

20

0

L

SCapX

REAL

SectionId ShuntMultiFrequency SourceA ShuntMultiFrequency SourceAngle ShuntMultiFrequency SourceConfig ShuntMultiFrequency SourceP ShuntMultiFrequency SourceQ SingleTunedFilterC

RegVsetA

REAL

RegVsetB

REAL

RegVsetC

REAL

RegXset

REAL

RegXsetA RegXsetB

SingleTunedFilterCon figuration SingleTunedFilterFre quency SingleTunedFilterKV SingleTunedFilterKV AR SingleTunedFilterL

(hr/custyr) (inter/cus t-yr) (Amps)

(ohms)

Capacitance

6

4

L

STRING

Series capacitor reactance Section name

Section Id

32

0

L

REAL

Fundamental Current

(Amps)

9

2

L

REAL

Fundamental Angle

(Degrees )

7

2

L

STRING

Configuration

Fundamental Current Fundamental Angle Config

32

0

L

REAL

Active Power

(kW)

Active Power

7

2

L

REAL

Reactive Power

(KVAR)

Reactive Power

9

2

L

REAL

C

(uF)

STRING

Configuration

REAL

Tuned Frequency

REAL REAL

Capacitor Nominal Voltage Capacitor Nominal Q

REAL

L

(mH)

(harmoni c order) (KV) (KVAR)

Nominal C

7

2

L

Configuration

32

0

L

Tuned Frequency Capacitor Nominal Voltage Capacitor Nominal Q Nominal L

7

2

L

7

2

L

9

2

L

7

2

L

SingleTunedFilterR

REAL

R

(Ohm)

Nominal R

7

2

L

SingleTunedFilterRG

REAL

Grounded R

(ohm)

Grounded R

7

2

L

Unbalanced C Setting on phase @A Unbalanced C Setting on phase @B Unbalanced C Setting on phase @C

7

2

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

SingleTunedFilterUnb alancedCA

REAL

Unbalanced C Setting on phase @A

(%)

SingleTunedFilterUnb alancedCB

REAL

Unbalanced C Setting on phase @B

(%)

SingleTunedFilterUnb alancedCC

REAL

Unbalanced C Setting on phase @C

(%)

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Name

Type

Description

Units

SingleTunedFilterUnb alancedLA

REAL

Unbalanced L Setting on phase @A

(%)

SingleTunedFilterUnb alancedLB

REAL

Unbalanced L Setting on phase @B

(%)

SingleTunedFilterUnb alancedLC

REAL

Unbalanced L Setting on phase @C

(%)

SingleTunedFilterUnb alancedRA

REAL

Unbalanced R Setting on phase @A

(%)

SingleTunedFilterUnb alancedRB

REAL

Unbalanced R Setting on phase @B

(%)

SingleTunedFilterUnb alancedRC

REAL

Unbalanced R Setting on phase @C

(%)

SingleTunedFilterXG

REAL

Grounded X

(ohm)

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Unbalanced L Setting on phase @A Unbalanced L Setting on phase @B Unbalanced L Setting on phase @C Unbalanced R Setting on phase @A Unbalanced R Setting on phase @B Unbalanced R Setting on phase @C Grounded X

7

2

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

32

0

L

SpacingId

STRING

Spacing Id

Spacing

SpotCKVAA

REAL

Spot CkVA @A

8

1

L

SpotCKVAB

REAL

Spot CkVA @B

8

1

L

SpotCKVAC

REAL

Spot CkVA @C

8

1

L

SpotCKVAT

REAL

Spot Tot CkVA

9

2

L

SpotCKWHA

REAL

Spot kWh @A

8

0

L

SpotCKWHB

REAL

Spot kWh @B

8

0

L

SpotCKWHC

REAL

Spot kWh @C

8

0

L

SpotCKWHT

REAL

Spot Tot kWh

10

2

L

SpotConsA

REAL

Spot Cust @A

5

2

L

SpotConsB

REAL

Spot Cust @B

5

2

L

SpotConsC

REAL

Spot Cust @C

5

2

L

SpotConsT

REAL

Spot Tot Cust

5

2

L

SpotEmergencyPriorit y SpotKVAA

NUMBER

Spot Emergency Priority Spot kVA @A

5

0

L

REAL

8

1

L

SpotKVAB

REAL

Spot kVA @B

8

1

L

SpotKVAC

REAL

Spot kVA @C

8

1

L

SpotKVARA

REAL

Spot kVAR @A

8

1

L

SpotKVARB

REAL

Spot kVAR @B

8

1

L

SpotKVARC

REAL

Spot connected kVA on phase @A Spot connected kVA on phase @B Spot connected kVA on phase @C Total spot load connected kVA Spot consumption kWh on phase @A Spot consumption kWh on phase @B Spot consumption kWh on phase @C Total spot load consumption kWh Spot customers on phase @A Spot customers on phase @B Spot customers on phase @C Total spot load customers Spot load emergency priority Spot kVA load on phase @A Spot kVA load on phase @B Spot kVA load on phase @C Spot kVAR load on phase @A Spot kVAR load on phase @B Spot kVAR load on phase @C

Spot kVAR @C

8

1

L

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Name SpotKVART

Type REAL

Description

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Total spot load kVAR

Spot Tot kVAR

9

2

L

9

2

L

SpotKVAT

REAL

Total spot load kVA

Spot Tot kVA

SpotKWA

REAL

Spot kW @A

8

1

L

SpotKWB

REAL

Spot kW @B

8

1

L

SpotKWC

REAL

Spot kW @C

8

1

L

SpotKWT

REAL

Spot kW load on phase @A Spot kW load on phase @B Spot kW load on phase @C Total spot load kW

Spot Tot kW

5

2

L

SpotLocat

STRING

Spot location

Spot

10

0

L

SpotNormalPriority

NUMBER

0

L

STRING

Spot Normal Priority Spot Number

5

SpotNumber

Spot load normal priority Spot load number

32

0

L

Spot load power factor on phase @A Spot load power factor on phase @B Spot load power factor on phase @C Average spot load power factor Spot load status

Spot PF @A

5

2

L

Spot PF @B

5

2

L

Spot PF @C

5

2

L

Spot PF

5

2

L

Spot Status

12

0

L

Spot load customer type Spot load year

Spot Type

31

0

L

SpotPFA

REAL

SpotPFB

REAL

SpotPFC

REAL

SpotPFT

REAL

SpotStatus

STRING

SpotType

STRING

SpotYear

NUMBER

SReactX

REAL

srmOperDay

NUMBER

srmOperDevNumber

STRING

srmOperDevType

STRING

srmOperFeederID1

STRING

srmOperFeederID2

STRING

srmOperReason

STRING

srmOperSectionID

STRING

srmOperStage

NUMBER

srmOperStatus

STRING

srmUnservedCust

REAL

srmUnservedDeviceT ype srmUnservedErrorCo de srmUnservedFeederI D

STRING NUMBER STRING

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Series reactor reactance Day for the switching operation Number of the device to operate Type of the device to operate Normal feeder 1 ID of the device to operate Normal feeder 2 ID of the device to operate Reason for the switching opertaion Section ID of the device to operate Stage for the switching operation Status of the switching operation Unserved customers Type of the device protecting the zone Unserved zone error code Feeder ID of the device protecting the zone

Location

(ohms)

Spot Year

5

0

L

Reactance

6

4

L

Day

5

0

L

Device Number

32

0

L

Device Type

32

0

L

Feeder ID 1

32

0

L

Feeder ID 2

32

0

L

Reason

32

0

L

Section ID

32

0

L

Stage

5

0

L

Status

10

0

L

Customers

7

2

L

Device Type

32

0

L

Error Code

5

0

L

Feeder ID

32

0

L

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Name

Type

srmUnservedLoad

REAL

srmUnservedReason

STRING

srmUnservedSectionI D

STRING

srmUnservedZoneID

STRING

StrategicActualLoadP erCustTypePercent

STRING

StrategicActualMVA

REAL

StrategicConnMVA

REAL

StrategicCust

REAL

SubAngle

REAL

SubConn

STRING

SubKVDes

REAL

Description Unserved load in MVA Reason fo the unserved zone Section ID of the device protecting the zone ID of the zone unserved Downstream actual load (per customer type) associated with a strategic device (in percent) Downstream actual MVA associated with a strategic device Downstream connected MVA associated with a strategic device Downstream number of customers associated with a strategic device Voltage phase angle

(MVA)

(deg.)

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Load

7

2

L

Reason

32

0

L

Section ID

32

0

L

Zone ID

32

0

L

StrategicActualL oadPerCustType Percent

128

0

L

StrategicActualM VA

6

2

L

StrategicConnM VA

6

2

L

StrategicCust

6

0

L

Angle

7

2

L

Connection

6

0

L

Seconadry connection Desired voltage

(kVLL)

Desired kV

7

2

L

Nominal kV

7

2

L

SubKVNom

REAL

Nominal voltage

(kVLL)

SubMVA

REAL

Nominal capacity

(MVA)

SubNetworkId

STRING

Nested View Id

SubR0ohms

REAL

SubR0pu

REAL

SubR1ohms

REAL

SubR1pu

REAL

SubX0ohms

REAL

SubX0pu

REAL

SubX1ohms

REAL

SubX1pu

REAL

SynchMotLF

REAL

Zero sequence resistance in ohms Zero sequence resistance in pu Positive sequence resistance in ohms Positive sequence resistance in pu Zero sequence reactance in ohms Zero sequence reactance in pu Positive sequence reactance in ohms Positive sequence reactance in pu Load Factor

Capacity

7

2

L

Nested View Id

32

0

L

(ohms)

R0

6

4

L

(pu)

R0

6

4

L

(ohms)

R1

6

4

L

(pu)

R1

6

4

L

(ohms)

X0

6

4

L

(pu)

X0

6

4

L

(ohms)

X1

6

4

L

(pu)

X1

6

4

L

(%)

SynchMotPoles

NUMBER

Number Of Poles

SynchMotRg

REAL

(ohms)

SynchMotSpeed

REAL

Grounding Resistance Synchronous Speed

SynchMotXD

REAL

Xd Satured

(ohms)

300

Table Header

Units

(RPM)

Load Factor

7

2

L

Number Of Poles Grounding Resistance Synchronous Speed Xd Satured

5

0

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

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Name

Type

Description

Table Header

Units

SynchMotXg

REAL

Grounding Reactance

(ohms)

SynchMotZ0R

REAL

(ohms)

SynchMotZ0X

REAL

SystAens

REAL

SystCablLen

REAL

Zero Sequence Resistance Zero Sequence Reactance Average Energy Not Supply Cable length (LEI)

(ohms) (kWh/cus t-yr) (km)

Grounding Reactance Zero Sequence Resistance Zero Sequence Reactance Avg. Ens

Format (width/precision/ alignment) 7

2

L

7

2

L

7

2

L

8

5

L

Cable Length

10

2

L

SystCustomer

REAL

Total customers

(#)

Customers

10

2

L

SystEns

REAL

Energy Not Supply

(kWh)

Ens

8

1

L

SystLEI

REAL

Load Exposure Index

(cust-km)

Lei

10

2

L

SystLinLen

REAL

Line length (LEI)

(km)

Line Length

10

2

L

TagLevel1

STRING

Tag text level 1

Text Level 1

32

0

L

Text Level 2

32

0

L

TagLevel2

STRING

Tag text level 2

TagLevel3

STRING

Tag text level 3

Text Level 3

32

0

L

TagLevel4

STRING

Tag text level 4

Tag text level 4

32

0

L

TagText

STRING

Tag text

Text

128

0

L

TccDesc

STRING

CymTcc description

Tcc Description

128

0

L

TccId

STRING

CymTcc setting Id

Tcc Setting Id

32

0

L

TertiaryNodeId

STRING

Tertiary Node name

Tertiary Node

32

0

L

Tiepi

REAL

Tiepi

Tiepi

6

3

L

ToNodeId

STRING

To Node name

To Node

32

0

L

TotalCKVA

REAL

Total connected kVA

Total CkVA

7

0

L

Total kWh

8

0

L

Total Cust

5

0

L

TotalCKWH

REAL

TotalCons

REAL

(hr/yr)

TotalKVA

REAL

Total consumption kWh Total number of customers Total kVA

Total kVA

7

0

L

TotalKVAR

REAL

Total kVAR

Total kVAR

7

0

L

TotalKW

REAL

Total kW

Total kW

6

0

L

TotalPF

REAL

Average power factor

Aver. PF

5

2

L

TWFirstCT

REAL

First CT

5

2

L

TWFirstInitialTapPosit ion TWFirstLowerband

REAL

First Initial Tap Position First Lower Band

5

2

L

5

2

L

TWFirstMaxBoost

REAL

First Max Boost

5

2

L

TWFirstMaxBuck

REAL

First Max Buck

5

2

L

TWFirstMaxVRet

REAL

First Max VRet

5

2

L

TWFirstMaxVSet

REAL

First Max VSet

5

2

L

TWFirstMaxXSet

REAL

First Max XSet

5

2

L

TWFirstPT

REAL

Three-Winding First CT Three-Winding First Initial Tap Position Three-Winding First Lower Band Three-Winding First Max Boost Three-Winding First Max Buck Three-Winding First Max VRet Three-Winding First Max VSet Three-Winding First Max XSet Three-Winding First PT

First PT

5

2

L

REAL

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Name

Type

TWFirstTap

REAL

TWFirstUpperband

REAL

TWIsFirstLTC

STRING

TWIsSecondLTC

STRING

TWPrimaryCapacityLi mit1

REAL

TWPrimaryCapacityLi mit2

REAL

TWPrimaryCapacityV oltage

REAL

TWPrimaryRatedCap acity

REAL

TWPrimaryRG

REAL

TWPrimarySecondary XR0Ratio

REAL

TWPrimarySecondary XR1Ratio

REAL

TWPrimarySecondary Z0

REAL

TWPrimarySecondary Z1

REAL

TWPrimaryTertiaryX0 Ratio

REAL

TWPrimaryTertiaryX1 Ratio

REAL

TWPrimaryTertiaryZ0

REAL

TWPrimaryTertiaryZ1

REAL

TWPrimaryXG

REAL

TWSecondaryCapacit yLimit1

REAL

TWSecondaryCapacit yLimit2

REAL

TWSecondaryPhase Shiift

REAL

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Description Three-Winding First Tap Three-Winding First Upper Band Three-Winding transformer has a first LTC Three-Winding transformer has a second LTC Three-Winding Primary Capacity Limit 1 Three-Winding Primary Capacity Limit 2 Three-Winding Primary Capacity Voltage Three-Winding Primary Rated Capacity Three-Winding Primary RG Three-Winding Primary Secondary XR0 Ratio Three-Winding Primary Secondary XR1 Ratio Three-Winding Primary Secondary Z0 Three-Winding Primary Secondary Z1 Three-Winding Primary Tertiary X0 Ratio Three-Winding Primary Tertiary X1 Ratio Three-Winding Primary Tertiary Z0 Three-Winding Primary Tertiary Z1 Three-Winding Primary XG Three-Winding Secondary Capacity Limit 1 Three-Winding Secondary Capacity Limit 2 Three-Winding Secondary Phase Shift

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

First Tap

5

2

L

First Upper Band

5

2

L

IsFirstLTC

10

0

L

IsSecondLTC

10

0

L

Primary Capacity Limit 1

5

2

L

Primary Capacity Limit 2

5

2

L

Primary Capacity Voltage

5

2

L

Primary Rated Capacity

5

2

L

Primary RG

5

2

L

Primary Secondary XR0 Ratio Primary Secondary XR1 Ratio Primary Secondary Z0

5

2

L

5

2

L

5

2

L

Primary Secondary Z1

5

2

L

Primary Tertiary X0 Ratio

5

2

L

Primary Tertiary X1 Ratio

5

2

L

Primary Tertiary Z0 Primary Tertiary Z1 Primary XG

5

2

L

5

2

L

5

2

L

Secondary Capacity Limit 1

5

2

L

Secondary Capacity Limit 2

5

2

L

Secondary Phase Shift

5

2

L

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Name

Type

TWSecondaryRatedC apacity

REAL

TWSecondaryRG

REAL

TWSecondaryTertiary XR0Ratio

REAL

TWSecondaryTertiary XR1Ratio

REAL

TWSecondaryTertiary Z0

REAL

TWSecondaryTertiary Z1

REAL

TWSecondaryVoltage

REAL

TWSecondaryXG

REAL

TWSecondCT

REAL

TWSecondInitialTapP osition

REAL

TWSecondLowerban d TWSecondMaxBoost

REAL REAL

TWSecondMaxBuck

REAL

TWSecondPT

REAL

TWSecondRSet

REAL

TWSecondTap

REAL

TWSecondUpperban d TWSecondVSet

REAL REAL

TWSecondXSet

REAL

TWTertiaryCapacityLi mit1

REAL

TWTertiaryCapacityLi mit2

REAL

TWTertiaryFixedTap

REAL

TWTertiaryPhaseShift

REAL

TWTertiaryRatedCap acity

REAL

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Description Three-Winding Secondary Rated Capacity Three-Winding Secondary RG Three-Winding Secondary Tertiary XR0 Ratio Three-Winding Secondary Tertiary XR1 Ratio Three-Winding Secondary Tertiary Z0 Three-Winding Secondary Tertiary Z1 Three-Winding Secondary Voltage Three-Winding Secondary XG Three-Winding Second CT Three-Winding Second Initial Tap Position Three-Winding Second Lower Band Three-Winding Second Max Boost Three-Winding Second Max Buck Three-Winding Second PT Three-Winding Second RSet Three-Winding Second Tap Three-Winding Second Upper Band Three-Winding Second VSet Three-Winding Second XSet Three-Winding Tertiary Rated Capacity Limit 1 Three-Winding Tertiary Rated Capacity Limit 2 Three-Winding Tertiary Fixed Tap Three-Winding Tertiary Phase Shift Three-Winding Tertiary Rated Capacity

Units

Table Header

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Secondary Rated Capacity

5

2

L

Secondary RG

5

2

L

Secondary Tertiary XR0 Ratio Secondary Tertiary XR1 Ratio Secondary Tertiary Z0

5

2

L

5

2

L

5

2

L

Secondary Tertiary Z1

5

2

L

Secondary Voltage Secondary XG

5

2

L

5

2

L

Second CT

5

2

L

Second Initial Tap Position

5

2

L

Second Lower Band Second Max Boost Second Max Buck Second PT

5

2

L

5

2

L

5

2

L

5

2

L

Second RSet

5

2

L

Second Tap

5

2

L

Second Upper Band Second VSet

5

2

L

5

2

L

Second XSet

5

2

L

Tertiary Rated Capacity Limit 1

5

2

L

Tertiary Rated Capacity Limit 2

5

2

L

Tertiary Fixed Tap Tertiary Phase Shift Tertiary Rated Capacity

5

2

L

5

2

L

5

2

L

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Name

Type

TWTertiaryRG

REAL

TWTertiaryVoltage

REAL

TWTertiaryXG

REAL

TWType

STRING

V0

REAL

V0angle

REAL

V0input

REAL

V0pu

REAL

V1

REAL

V1angle

REAL

V1input

REAL

V1pu

REAL

V2

REAL

V2angle

REAL

V2input

REAL

V2pu

REAL

VA

REAL

VAB_Angle

REAL

VABpu

REAL

VAinput

REAL

VB

REAL

VBal

REAL

VBase

REAL

VBaseA

REAL

VBaseAinput

REAL

VBaseB

REAL

VBaseBinput

REAL

VBaseC

REAL

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Description Three-Winding Tertiary RG Three-Winding Tertiary Voltage Three-Winding Tertiary XG Three-Winding Type Zero sequence voltage Zero sequence voltage Input zero sequence voltage Zero sequence voltage Positive sequence voltage Positive sequence voltage Input zero sequence voltage Positive sequence voltage Negative sequence voltage Negative sequence voltage Input zero sequence voltage Negative sequence voltage Percent voltage on phase @A Line-Line Voltage angle on phase @[email protected] Line-Line pu Voltage on phase @[email protected] Percent input voltage on phase @A Percent voltage on phase @B Balanced Percent Voltage Balanced Base Voltage Base voltage on phase @A Base input voltage on phase @A Base voltage on phase @B Base input voltage on phase @B Base voltage on phase @C

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

Tertiary RG

5

2

L

Tertiary Voltage

5

2

L

Tertiary XG

5

2

L

Type

32

0

L

(V)

V0

5

2

L

(Deg)

V0

5

2

L

(pu)

V0input

5

2

L

(pu)

V0

5

2

L

(V)

V1

5

2

L

(Deg)

V1

5

2

L

(pu)

V1input

5

2

L

(pu)

V1

5

2

L

(V)

V2

5

2

L

(Deg)

V2

5

2

L

(pu)

V2input

5

2

L

(pu)

V2

5

2

L

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

(Degrees )

[email protected]@B_Angle

8

2

L

(pu)

[email protected]@B

8

2

L

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

(%)

VBal

5

2

L

V

5

1

L

[email protected]

5

1

L

[email protected]

5

1

L

[email protected]

5

1

L

[email protected]

5

1

L

[email protected]

5

1

L

(V)

(V)

(V)

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Name

Type

VBaseCinput

REAL

VBaseinput

REAL

VBC_Angle

REAL

VBCpu

REAL

VBinput

REAL

VC

REAL

VCA_Angle

REAL

VCApu

REAL

VCinput

REAL

Vdip

REAL

VdipA

REAL

VdipB

REAL

VdipC

REAL

Vinput

REAL

VLL

REAL

VLLA

REAL

VLLAinput

REAL

VLLB

REAL

VLLBinput

REAL

VLLC

REAL

VLLCinput

REAL

VLLinput

REAL

VLN

REAL

VLNA

COMPLEX

VLNAinput

REAL

VLNB

COMPLEX

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Description Base input voltage on phase @C Balanced Base Input Voltage Line-Line Voltage angle on phase @[email protected] Line-Line pu Voltage on phase @[email protected] Percent input voltage on phase @B Percent voltage on phase @C Line-Line Voltage angle on phase @[email protected] Line-Line pu Voltage on phase @[email protected] Percent input voltage on phase @C Balanced Percent Volt Drop due to Motor Start Percent volt drop due to motor start phase @A Percent volt drop due to motor start phase @B Percent volt drop due to motor start phase @C Balanced Percent Input Voltage Balanced KVLL Voltage KVLL voltage on phase @A KVLL input voltage on phase @A KVLL voltage on phase @B KVLL input voltage on phase @B KVLL voltage on phase @C KVLL input voltage on phase @C KVLL input voltage Balanced KVLN Voltage KVLN voltage on phase @A KVLN input voltage on phase @A KVLN voltage on phase @B

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

[email protected]

5

1

L

V

5

1

L

(Degrees )

[email protected]@C_Angle

8

2

L

(pu)

[email protected]@C

8

2

L

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

(Degrees )

[email protected]@A_Angle

8

2

L

(pu)

[email protected]@A

8

2

L

(%)

[email protected]

5

2

L

(%)

Vdip

5

2

L

(%)

Vdip @A

5

2

L

(%)

Vdip @B

5

2

L

(%)

Vdip @C

5

2

L

(%)

V

5

2

L

(kVLL)

V

5

1

L

(kVLL)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLL)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLL)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLL)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLL)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLL)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLL)

V

5

1

L

(kVLN)

V

5

1

L

(kVLN)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLN)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLN)

[email protected]

5

1

L

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Name

Type

Description

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

KVLN input voltage on phase @B KVLN voltage on phase @C KVLN input voltage on phase @C Balanced KVLN input Voltage Balanced Pu Voltage

(kVLN)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLN)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLN)

[email protected]

5

1

L

(kVLN)

V

5

1

L

(pu)

V

5

3

L

Pu voltage on phase @A Pu input voltage on phase @A Pu voltage on phase @B Pu input voltage on phase @B Pu voltage on phase @C Pu input voltage on phase @C Balanced Pu input voltage Voltage unbalance factor in percent Percent voltage unbalance phase @A Percent input voltage unbalance phase @A Percent voltage unbalance phase @B Percent input voltage unbalance phase @B Percent voltage unbalance phase @C Percent input voltage unbalance phase @C WECS Rated Capacity WECS Active Generation WECS Generator Type WECS Rated Power

(pu)

[email protected]

5

3

L

(pu)

[email protected]

5

3

L

(pu)

[email protected]

5

3

L

(pu)

[email protected]

5

3

L

(pu)

[email protected]

5

3

L

(pu)

[email protected]

5

3

L

(pu)

V

5

3

L

(%)

VUF

6

3

L

(%)

VUnbal @A

5

2

L

(%)

VUnbal @A

5

2

L

(%)

VUnbal @B

5

2

L

(%)

VUnbal @B

5

2

L

(%)

VUnbal @C

5

2

L

(%)

VUnbal @C

5

2

L

(kVA)

Rated Capacity

8

2

L

(kW)

Active Power

8

2

L

Generator Type

32

0

L

(kW)

Rated Power

8

2

L

Reactive Power

8

2

L

REAL

WECS Reactive Power WECS Power Factor

(kVAR) (%)

PF

6

0

L

VLNBinput

REAL

VLNC

COMPLEX

VLNCinput

REAL

VLNinput

REAL

Vpu

REAL

VpuA

REAL

VpuAinput

REAL

VpuB

REAL

VpuBinput

REAL

VpuC

REAL

VpuCinput

REAL

Vpuinput

REAL

VUF

REAL

VUnbalA

REAL

VUnbalAinput

REAL

VUnbalB

REAL

VUnbalBinput

REAL

VUnbalC

REAL

VUnbalCinput

REAL

WecsActiveGenKVA

REAL

WecsActiveGenKW

REAL

WecsGenType

STRING

WecsRatedPower

REAL

WecsReactivePower KVAR WecsReactivePower PF X0ohm

REAL

REAL

X0 thevenin in ohms

(ohms)

X0 thev

6

4

L

X0ohmZ

REAL

(ohms)

X0 thev (Z)

6

4

L

X0pu

REAL

X0 thevenin in ohms (Z) X0 thevenin in pu

(pu)

X0 thev

6

4

L

(pu)

X0puZ

REAL

X0 thevenin in pu (Z)

X0R0

REAL

X0-R0 ratio

306

X0puZ

7

0

L

X0/R0

5

2

L

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Name X0R0Z

Type REAL

Description

Table Header

Units

X0-R0 ratio (Z)

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

X0R0Z

7

0

L

X1 thev

6

4

L

X1 thev (Z)

6

4

L

X1ohm

REAL

X1 thevenin in ohms

(ohms)

X1ohmZ

REAL

(ohms) (pu)

X1 thev

6

4

L

(pu)

X1puZ

7

0

L

X1pu

REAL

X1 thevenin in ohms (Z) X1 thevenin in pu

X1puZ

REAL

X1 thevenin in pu (Z)

X1R1

REAL

X1-R1 ratio

X1/R1

5

2

L

X1R1Z

REAL

X1-R1 ratio

X1R1Z

7

0

L

XfoBand

REAL

(%)

Bandwidth

6

2

L

XfoBoost

REAL

Two-Winding Transformer bandwidth Maximum boost

(%)

Boost

6

2

L

XfoBuck

REAL

Maximum buck

(%)

Buck

6

2

L

32

0

L

XfoByPhaseCenterTa p XfoByPhaseFeeding Node XfoByPhaseKVANom A XfoByPhaseKVANom B XfoByPhaseKVANom C XfoByPhasePrimRg

STRING

Center Tap

Center Tap

STRING

Feeding Node

Feeding Node

32

0

L

REAL

Nominal capacity (phase @A) Nominal capacity (phase @B) Nominal capacity (phase @C) Primary Rg

(kVA)

Nom Cap (@A)

9

2

L

(kVA)

Nom Cap (@B)

9

2

L

(kVA)

Nom Cap (@C)

9

2

L

(ohms)

Primary Rg

7

2

L

REAL REAL REAL

XfoByPhasePrimXg

REAL

Primary Xg

(ohms)

Primary Xg

7

2

L

XfoByPhaseSecRg

REAL

Secondary Rg

(ohms)

Secondary Rg

7

2

L

XfoByPhaseSecXg

REAL

Secondary Xg

(ohms)

Secondary Xg

7

2

L

XfoByPhaseType

STRING

Type

(kVLL)

Type

30

0

L

XfoByPhaseX0R0Rati o XfoByPhaseX0R0Rati oA XfoByPhaseX0R0Rati oB XfoByPhaseX0R0Rati oC XfoByPhaseX1R1Rati o XfoByPhaseX1R1Rati oA XfoByPhaseX1R1Rati oB XfoByPhaseX1R1Rati oC XfoByPhaseZ0

REAL

X0 R0 Ratio

X0 R0 Ratio

7

2

L

REAL

X0 R0 Ratio on phase @A X0 R0 Ratio on phase @B X0 R0 Ratio on phase @C X1 R1 Ratio

X0 R0 Ratio

7

2

L

X0 R0 Ratio

7

2

L

X0 R0 Ratio

7

2

L

X1 R1 Ratio

7

2

L

X1 R1 Ratio

7

2

L

X1 R1 Ratio

7

2

L

X1 R1 Ratio

7

2

L

REAL

(%)

Z0

7

2

L

XfoByPhaseZ0A

REAL

(%)

Z0

7

2

L

XfoByPhaseZ0B

REAL

X1 R1 Ratio on phase @A X1 R1 Ratio on phase @B X1 R1 Ratio on phase @C Zero sequence impedance Zero sequence impedance on phase @A Zero sequence impedance on phase @B

(%)

Z0

7

2

L

REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL

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Name

Type

XfoByPhaseZ0C

REAL

XfoByPhaseZ1

REAL

XfoByPhaseZ1A

REAL

XfoByPhaseZ1B

REAL

XfoByPhaseZ1C

REAL

XfoConn

STRING

XfoCT

REAL

XfoDiversity

REAL

XfoDiversityA

REAL

XfoDiversityB

REAL

XfoDiversityC

REAL

XfoIsLTC

STRING

Description

Table Header

Units

Format (width/precision/ alignment)

(%)

Z0

7

2

L

(%)

Z1

7

2

L

(%)

Z1

7

2

L

(%)

Z1

7

2

L

(%)

Z1

7

2

L

Connection

6

0

L

CT rating

6

2

L

Diversity

6

2

L

Diversity @A

6

2

L

Diversity @B

6

2

L

Diversity @C

6

2

L

IsLTC

10

0

L

XfoKVANom

REAL

Zero sequence impedance on phase @C Positive sequence impedance Positive sequence impedance on phase @A Positive sequence impedance on phase @B Positive sequence impedance on phase @C Two-Winding Transformer connection Two-Winding Transformer CT Balanced TwoWinding Transformer Diversity Factor on phase Two-Winding Transformer Diversity Factor on phase @A Two-Winding Transformer Diversity Factor on phase @B Two-Winding Transformer Diversity Factor on phase @C Transformer has an LTC Nominal capacity

(kVA)

Cap Nom

9

2

L

XfoKVLL1

REAL

Primary voltage

(kVLL)

Prim Volt

6

2

L

XfoKVLL2

REAL

Secondary voltage

(kVLL)

Sec Volt

6

2

L

XfoMaster

STRING

Master Id

32

0

L

XfoMeter1

REAL

Master Id for parallel operation Meter Demand Total

(Value1)

Demand

6

2

L

XfoMeter2

REAL

Meter Demand Total

(Value2)

Demand

6

2

L

Meter demand on phase @A (first value) Meter demand on phase @A (second value) Meter demand on phase @B (first value) Meter demand on phase @B (second value) Meter demand on phase @C (first value)

(Value1)

Demand @A

6

2

L

(Value2)

Demand @A

6

2

L

(Value1)

Demand @B

6

2

L

(Value2)

Demand @B

6

2

L

(Value1)

Demand @C

6

2

L

XfoMeterA1

REAL

XfoMeterA2

REAL

XfoMeterB1

REAL

XfoMeterB2

REAL

XfoMeterC1

REAL

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Name

Type

Description

Units

Table Header

(Value2)

Demand @C

XfoMeterC2

REAL

XfoMeterState

STRING

Meter demand on phase @C (second value) State of the meter

XfoMeterType

STRING

Demand type

XfoNoLoss

REAL

Two-Winding Transformer no load losses Setting option

XfoOption

STRING

XfoPhaseShift

REAL

XfoPT

REAL

XfoRegId

STRING

XfoRG1

REAL

XfoRG2

REAL

XfoRset XfoSelfCool XfoTap

(kW)

Two-Winding Transformer Phase Shift Two-Winding Transformer PT Regulated section Id

Format (width/precision/ alignment) 6

2

L

Meter State

6

0

L

Demand Type

32

0

L

No load loss

6

2

L

Setting Option

32

0

L

PhaseShift

6

2

L

PT ratio

6

2

L

Reg. Section Id

32

0

L

(ohms)

Rg prim

6

4

L

(ohms)

Rg sec

6

4

L

REAL

Primary grounding resistance Secondary grounding resistance R setting

Rset

6

4

L

REAL

Self cooled capacity

(kVA)

Self Cooled

9

2

L

REAL

Tap settings

Tap

6

2

L

Tap settings

6

2

L

XfoTapPercent

REAL

Tap settings

(%)

XfoTapPrim

REAL

Primary tap settings

(%)

Prim tap

6

3

L

XfoVBaseFrom

REAL

Primary base voltage

vBaseFrom

6

2

L

XfoVBaseTo

REAL

vBasTo

6

2

L

XfoVset

REAL

Secondary base voltage Desired voltage

Vset

6

2

L

XfoX0R0Ratio

REAL

X0 R0 Ratio

X0 R0 Ratio

6

2

L

X1 R1 Ratio

6

2

L

XfoX1R1Ratio

REAL

X1 R1 Ratio

XfoXG1

REAL

(ohms)

Xg prim

6

4

L

XfoXG2

REAL

(ohms)

Xg sec

6

4

L

XfoXset

REAL

Primary grounding reactance Secondary grounding reactance X setting

Xset

6

4

L

Zero sequence impedance Positive sequence impedance Zone downstream customers

(%)

Z0

6

2

L

(%)

Z1

6

2

L

10

4

L

32

0

L

32

0

L

10

0

L

XfoZ0

REAL

XfoZ1

REAL

ZoneDownCust

REAL

ZoneID

STRING

Zone ID

Zone downstream customers Zone ID

ZoneInterNetwork

STRING

ZoneLevel

NUMBER

Interconnected network Zone level

Interconnected network(s) Zone level

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INDEX A Few Terms .............................................10 About this Manual........................................2 Add Nested View .....................................106 Add Network ............................................112 Add New Reports ....................................247 Add Section .............................................121 Add Source ..............................................107 Advanced Customization.........................245 Advanced Customization Files ..................82 Advanced Editor Tools Toolbar .................46 Advanced Project Manager .......................34 Analysis Files.............................................82 Application Folders ....................................81 Apply Factor.............................................171 ASCII Files...............................................144 Assign Sections or Nodes to an Existing Zone .......................................120 Assign Zone.............................................119 Automatic Coordinates Generation ...........................................206 Auto-recovery Mode ....................................9 Background Map .....................................192 Basic Configuration Files...........................81 Calculate Section Length.........................123 Cascade...................................................243 Cell Properties .........................................180 Cell Style..................................................181 Characteristics of the Default View Styles...........................................228 Chart Settings ..........................................102 Charts ......................................................220 Close........................................................183 Close All...................................................183 Close All Charts .......................................244 Close All Windows...................................244 Close Project ...........................................152 Close Study ...............................................72 Close Window..........................................244 Color Coding....................................196, 230 Color Coding Layer Toolbar ......................38 Column Filters ...........................................68 Component Selection ................................51 Computer System Requirements ................2 Connect ...................................................129 Contextual Menu Reports.................................................175

INDEX

Sections and Nodes .............................. 62 Contextual Menus..................................... 53 Contour Plot ............................................ 224 Contour Plot Toolbar................................. 51 Copy........................................................ 132 Copy to Clipboard ................................... 103 Create ..................................................... 138 Create a New Report Category .............. 245 Create a Symbol ..................................... 255 Create Network/Device Template............. 21 Create new keywords ............................. 251 Custom File(s) ........................................ 149 Customer Types ..................................... 166 Customize Menu..................................... 209 Cut .......................................................... 132 CYME Database ..................................... 148 CYME Interface......................................... 11 CYME Manuals Available ........................... 5 CYME Technical Support ........................... 7 Database Formats .................................. 135 Database Manager ................................. 136 Database Menu ...................................... 135 Database Toolbar ..................................... 45 Databases used by CYME.......................... 2 Default Equipment Mapping ................... 154 Delete.............................................. 133, 141 Delete a Report Category ....................... 246 Delete Project ......................................... 152 Delete Zone ............................................ 132 Device ID Layer ...................................... 231 Device Symbols ...................................... 205 Devices Group Box................................... 61 Dialog Boxes............................................. 13 Disconnect .............................................. 130 Display Layers Selection ........................ 193 Display Options....................................... 193 Display Toolbar ......................................... 42 Drawing Tool Toolbar ............................... 47 Edit a Symbol.......................................... 254 Edit Factors............................................. 170 Edit Menu................................................ 103 Editing Properties ..................................... 69 Editor Tools Toolbar ................................. 40 Energy Profile Manager .......................... 102 Environments .......................................... 168 Equipment............................................... 179

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Equipment Database ...................................3 Error Messages ...........................................6 Exit...........................................................102 Explorer Bar.........................................13, 17 Explorer Bars ...........................................186 Export ......................................................149 Export Active TCC View as TCC Study ......................................................78 Export Active View as an Image................75 Export One Line Diagram ..........................75 File Menu ...................................................71 Filters .......................................................217 Find..........................................................104 Find Toolbar...............................................37 Format .....................................................180 General ....................................................179 General Options ......................................199 Getting Help.................................................4 Getting Started.............................................1 Graphic Viewer ........................................100 Group Properties .......................................67 Header/Footer .........................................182 Help Files and Contextual Help...................4 How to Reach CYME by Phone and Fax ....................................................9 Hyperlinks ..................................................54 Image And Text Layers ...........................191 Import.......................................................143 Insert Section...........................................122 Keyword Expressions ..............................252 Keyword Layer.........................................232 Keyword Table.........................................257 Keywords .........................................215, 250 List of Files...............................................102 Load Database Maintenance ..................153 Load Growth ............................................170 Load Model Manager...............................172 Load Model Toolbar...................................45 Loaded Networks Group Box ..................158 Locate Selection ......................................105 Magnifier ..................................................188 Main Display Screen (OLD Display) ..................................................11 Main Functionality......................................68 Main Menu .................................................12 Main Toolbar..............................................35 Map Formats Supported..............................3 Menu........................................................209 Menus ........................................................14 Merge Study ..............................................72 Mouse commands .....................................51 Mouse Modes ............................................52 Move ........................................................130 Navigation..................................................54 Nested Views.............................................55

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Network Database ...................................... 3 Network Editing Options ........................... 86 Network Equivalent Calculation.............. 163 Network Equivalent Example.................. 163 Network Explorer .................................... 190 Network Menu......................................... 157 Network Paths .......................................... 55 Network Reduction ................................. 160 Network Types ........................................ 165 New One-Line Diagram Window ............ 243 New Study................................................. 71 Node Properties........................................ 65 Node Settings ........................................... 66 On Calculation ........................................ 176 One-Line Diagram .................................... 88 On-Line Information .................................... 7 Online Update ......................................... 155 Open Project ........................................... 151 Open Study ............................................... 72 Open/Close ............................................. 128 Overview Map ......................................... 192 Overview of CYME ..................................... 1 Overview of the Graphical User Interface (GUI) ...................................... 11 Pack ........................................................ 151 Page Layout Toolbar ................................ 49 Page Setup ............................................... 76 Pan.......................................................... 188 Panning and Zooming with the Mouse.................................................... 53 Paste....................................................... 132 Preferences............................................... 80 Previous Version of CYMDIST (prior to 4.1)......................................... 147 Print........................................................... 79 Print Preview............................................. 79 Print Setup ................................................ 79 Project Database ........................................ 3 Properties.......................................... 93, 133 Reports................................................ 181 Zone .................................................... 120 Properties and Settings ............................ 57 Random Colors....................................... 237 Read Me File............................................... 6 Rearrange One-Line Diagram ................ 131 Reconfigure Sections.............................. 125 Redo Modification ................................... 103 Regulator & LTC Default Values .............. 89 Re-Index ................................................. 150 Rename Sections ................................... 124 Report Menu ........................................... 175 Reports ..................................... 13, 191, 245 Result Box....................................... 189, 214 Revision Number ........................................ 6 Rotate Section ........................................ 123

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Running CYME............................................4 Save.........................................................182 Save Project ............................................151 Save Study ................................................72 Save Study As ...........................................73 Save Study As Self Contained ..................73 Search .....................................................207 Section Identification .................................60 Section Naming Pattern...........................173 Section Properties .....................................59 Section Structure .......................................57 Select...............................................105, 155 Select Networks.......................................157 Selection ..................................................204 Send to Mail recipient ................................92 Separate Databases Configuration........................................140 Settings......................................................61 Shortcuts..................................................212 Simplified View ........................................225 Simulation Toolbar.....................................39 Single Database (Equipment Only) Configuration ..............................140 Single Database Configuration................138 Split Section.............................................122 Start-up Options ........................................87 Status Bar ..................................13, 185, 213 Study Summary .......................................179 Switch Status Update ..............................152 Symbol Components ...............................254 Symbol Editor ............................................95 Symbols .................................. 194, 229, 254 Symbols Toolbar........................................50 System Parameters ...................................91 Tab Abnormal Condition ...............................32 Background..........................................223 Background Map....................................32 Bindings ...............................................240 Commands...........................................211 Comments............................................118 Configuration Files .................................80 Database................................................89 Databases..............................................17 Definition ..............................................239 Demand........................................110, 116 Detailed View .........................................24 Device Restrictions ..............................162 Display ...................................................29 Editor......................................................86

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Equipment Search................................. 33 Equivalent.................................... 109, 115 General.......................... 93, 160, 168, 221 Harmonic ............................................. 118 Limiting ................................................ 118 Load Allocation.................................... 167 Load Flow............................................ 166 Network ......................................... 22, 112 Node Restrictions................................ 162 Options .................................................. 94 Properties ............................................ 168 Reliability ............................................. 169 Report.................................................... 90 Simulation.............................................. 85 Source ......................................... 107, 114 Switch Monitoring.................................. 30 Symbol Bar............................................ 19 Text ....................................................... 84 Toolbar ................................................ 210 Units ...................................................... 83 Tag Layer Toolbar .................................... 38 Tags and Text ................................. 197, 235 TCC Files .................................................. 82 TCC Library............................................. 155 TCC Toolbar ............................................. 50 Tile Horizontally ...................................... 243 Tile Vertically........................................... 243 Toolbars .............................. 12, 35, 185, 210 Toolbars Symbol Editor ............................ 96 Tools ......................................................... 95 Tooltip Layer Toolbar................................ 44 Tooltips ........................................... 198, 236 Tutorials ...................................................... 5 Undo Modification ................................... 103 Update Network ...................................... 141 User Data Extensions ............................. 237 User Defined Filter Layer........................ 233 User Interface Mode ................................. 81 Validation Rules .............................. 180, 219 View Menu .............................................. 185 View Properties....................................... 199 View Styles ............................................. 227 Window Colors........................................ 202 Window Menu ......................................... 243 Window Options...................................... 200 Window Sizes ......................................... 203 XML Files ................................................ 146 Zone Layer.............................................. 234 Zoom....................................................... 187 Zoom Toolbar............................................ 48

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