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The primary input data format for ePHASORSIM is an Excel workbook that can be in XLS or XLSX formats. An empty and preformatted Excel template file is provided with each installation of product located at the following path:
This file is also accessible via:
- ePHASORSIM Blockset page in MATLAB’s Help section.
- Mask of ePHASORSIM Solver through the link below Complete network field in the Network data.
This Excel template includes individual and preformatted sheets for all supported components and their required data entry with guidelines in form of field comments. In Native Library chapter, all the components are presented based on this Excel template format; however, ePHASORSIM also supports other vendor specific file formats, which are discussed in Third Party Data Formats.
The version of the Excel template file included in this package is v2.0. This new template has the following new features:
- The component pages in earlier versions for positive sequence and multiphase systems, which share the same type, are now merged into a single page. For example, Load and Multiphase Load pages in earlier version, which corresponds to positive sequence and multiphase systems respectively, are now merged to a single page named Load.
- Several types of machine, exciter, turbine and governor, power system stabilizer (PSS) in Native Library can be imported via this version of Excel file. Previously, many of these models were only accessible using PSS/e input files.
- FMU of a single component exciter, turbine-governor, and PSS controller types can be added and instantiated via the corresponding component pages. Thus, there is no need to create a separate page for each new single component FMU. The sperate page in Excel file is still required in case of GenUnit FMU.
Each page of the Excel template has a specific name that must not be modified or changed.
|General||The basic information of the power system and current version of template|
|Pins||To define incoming ports and outgoing ports of the model|
|To define all buses|
|Current Injector||To externally inject current into a bus|
|Voltage Source||To define positive sequence and three-phase voltage source|
|Machine||To define various synchronous machines and induction machine models|
To define various native and FMU excitation system models
|PSS||To define various native and FMU power system stabilizer models|
|Turbine and Governor||To define various native and FMU turbine-governor models|
|Load||Constant impedance, constant current, and constant power positive sequence loads and multiphase ZIP model loads.|
|Line||PI-section positive sequence and multiphase line models|
|Transformer||Two and three winding positive sequence transformers and two-winding multiphase transformers.|
|Switch||To model breakers and disconnectors|
|Shunt||Positive sequence and multiphase Shunt models.|
|Multiphase Fault||Fault model for phase-to-ground fault (single-phase, double-phase, three-phase) and phase-to-phase fault (double-phase, three-phase).|
The basic information of the power system is entered on this page.
Excel file version
Defines the version of the template
Name of the Excel file
Frequency of the network
Power Base (MVA)
Based power of the network
In ePHASORSIM, Pins are the links to interact with the Solver block in the Simulink model. There are two types of pins:
|Outgoing||To define measurement probes or monitor a status in the power system (e.g. voltage of a bus, or in-service status of a shunt device)|
|Incoming||To send operational commands to the simulator (e.g. apply faults). These pins must not be left disconnected; otherwise, the Solver block may behave unexpectedly.|
Refer to each component page in Native Library chapter to explore the available I/O pins.
Pins for Positive Sequence Components