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PSSE version 26 Help

PSSE version 26 Help

PSSE version 26 Help

Dear all, I am working with a System Operation company in India. I have recently started working on the PSS/E software version 26. I want to know what all studies can be performed with the PSS/E. Also how to calculate TTC/ATC using PSS/E and is there any option to draw SLD using PSS/E *.sav file? I found that in PSS/E 30 or later, there is one option of converting *.sav file to *.sld (slider file). But I could not find a similar option in PSS/E 26. Your help will be highly regarded

RE: PSSE version 26 Help

@above: I have gone through that page earlier. Not much of help..:(
Actually the PSSE manual is an ocean.

RE: PSSE version 26 Help

I haven't used PSS/E for years, but if I remember correctly, .SLD files were not used until more recent versions (maybe rev. 28/29?).  In rev. 26 and other old versions, text files (.DRW files) were used to drive the program's graphics interface.  It was a bit crude, but it worked.

As for ATC/TTC calculations, I'm 99% certain they can be done with rev. 26.  I simply don't remember how we used to do it, though.

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