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Academic Partner of DigSILENT Power Factory 14.0 Integrated Power System Engineering & Software •Generation * Transmission * Distribution * Industrial The development of DIgSILENT (DIgital SImuLator for Electrical NeTwork) software began in 1976, and utilized the talent of many experienced power system engineers and software developers directly involved with the planning, operation and maintenance of power systems. DIgSILENT Power Factory 7.0 was only power system simulation software at that time. The new DIgSILENT PowerFactory software is an integrated power system analysis tool that combines : ◦ Reliable ◦ Flexible system modeling capabilities ◦ State-of-the-art solution algorithms ◦ An unique database management concept. General software package design. Data structures. Reduce redundancy. Precise object definition. Mathematical formulation. Solution techniques. Man-machine communication structures, Techniques and compatibility. Versatility. Functional interaction. Window Based. Drag ‘n’ drop element. Click ‘n’ click connections. Easy tutorials. Background facility. Easy to configure elements. Library facility. Huge database support. Detection of errors in initial state. Other Features • • • • Multi-User Database and User Accounting Advanced Tools: Optimal Power Flow Production Planning Power Electronic Device Modeling likeRectifier, inverter, PWM, DC voltage and current sources. • Interface for SCADA/GIS/NIS • Production Planning • Voltage Stability Analysis Functional Integration Database Integration single Vertically Integrated multiple Windowing Operation (windows standard) Full Interactive Mode (command & DPL) Engine Mode (interfacing & parallel processing) Text Output (filter) Spread - sheet Output (to other application) Virtual Instruments (bar graphs, plotted curves, tables) Graphical Documentation (WMF, Bit map) Multi layer technique. Auxiliary graphics. Networking coloring. Result display. HV and MV substation types available according to the ABB handbook, and many more manufacturers. 1-, 2- and 3-busbar systems with and without transfer buses The DPL Object Oriented script language is intuitive and easy to learn. The basic set of commands includes: flow commands like "if-then-else", "do-while" Input, output and reporting routines Mathematical expressions Execution of PowerFactory commands PowerFactory object procedure calls DPL subroutine calls Any question or suggestions please….