The electrical infrastructure can be affected by the operational states and the network expansion for steady state conditions and transients. NEPLAN offers cutting-edge functionalities in a friendly graphical environment and with different licensing alternatives (cloud, intranet and local), in order to perform different analyzes on a modular concept.
The following modules are part of the basic functionalities in NEPLAN simulations:
Allows for modeling of any type of electrical network, whether in transmission, distribution, industrial or generation systems.
Presentation in diagrams, variants and graphic layers
Allows for the analysis of network operation in steady state. It works in AC and DC systems with robust algorithms for the convergence of symmetric, asymmetric, radial or ring networks.Load Flow Module
This module performs short circuit analysis in DC and AC systems, symmetric or asymmetric. It provides the fault calculations for lines and busses with different types of faults: single-phase, two-phase, three-phase, and special faults (for example, opening of a phase, double fault to ground or between two voltage levels).
Dynamic Simulation (RMS/EMT)
RMS stability analysis enables the following applications:
Intuitive modules for protection coordination:
Protection Management allows for simultaneous simulation of all fault types and locations, in order to validate the selectivity of the system.Overcurrent Protection Module NEPLAN PDMS
NEPLAN’s Assets Management tool answers the question “What if?”. This module offers high flexibility in the modeling of any system, allowing the evaluation of assets individually and defining a medium and long-term strategy, in order to optimize investment planning, maintenance, reliability in energy supply, among others.
With the penetration of distributed energy resources, electric mobility, network digitization and new market models, the electrical infrastructure faces new challenges that might not be available to conventional offline simulations.
Simulation in the cloud is one of the most efficient techniques for its integration on smart grid models. It allows access to computing resources (storage, servers and applications) immediately and without interaction with the provider. Likewise, cloud architecture favors the integration of mathematical models with the real system; by leveraging digital technologies (e.g., smart metering).
Some applications with simulation in the cloud:
Topics of interest in modern network simulations:
Power systems analysis software Cloud or intranet licenses according to user needs
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