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VSAT Voltage Security Assessment Tool User Manual A product of Powertech Labs Inc. Surrey, British Columbia Canada www.powertechlabs.com www.DSATools.com This document contains proprietary information and shall not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of Powertech. VSAT User Manual DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES THIS SOFTWARE AND ITS DOCUMENTATION WERE PREPARED BY POWERTECH LABS, INC. (PLI). NEITHER PLI, ANY COSPONSOR, NOR ANY PERSO
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  This document contains proprietary information and shall not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of Powertech.  VSAT  Voltage Security Assessment ToolUser Manual  A product of Powertech Labs Inc. Surrey, British ColumbiaCanadawww.powertechlabs.com www.DSATools.com   VSAT User Manual   This document contains proprietary information and shall not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of Powertech. Powertech Labs Inc. i   DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES THIS SOFTWARE AND ITS DOCUMENTATION WERE PREPARED BY POWERTECH LABS, INC.(PLI). NEITHER PLI, ANY COSPONSOR, NOR ANY PERSON ACTING ON BEHALF OF ANY OFTHEM:(A) MAKES ANY WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,(I) WITH RESPECT TO THE USE OF ANY INFORMATION, APPARATUS, METHOD,PROCESS, OR SIMILAR ITEM DISCLOSED IN THIS DOCUMENT, INCLUDINGMERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR (II) THAT SUCHUSE DOES NOT INFRINGE ON OR INTERFERE WITH PRIVATELY OWNED RIGHTS,INCLUDING ANY PARTY'S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, OR (III) THAT THIS DOCUMENT ISSUITABLE TO ANY PARTICULAR USER'S CIRCUMSTANCE; OR (B)  ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY WHATSOEVER(INCLUDING ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF PLI OR ANY PLIREPRESENTATIVE HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES)RESULTING FROM YOUR SELECTION OR USE OF THIS DOCUMENT OR ANYINFORMATION, APPARATUS, METHOD, PROCESS, OR SIMILAR ITEM DISCLOSED IN THISDOCUMENT.   VSAT program and its documentation are confidential property of Powertech Labs Inc. This Programis protected under the copyright laws and by application of international treaties. All Rights Reservedunder the Copyright Laws.Except as expressly provided by the terms and conditions set forth in the License, the LICENSEEshall not:(a) distribute or disclose the Program, Documentation or Derivative Work thereof to others; or (b) disclose the Proprietary Information associated with or embodied in the Program andDocumentation in any form whatsoever;Without prior written consent of Powertech Labs Inc.The LICENSEE shall not use the program except as expressly provided by the conditions of LICENSE TYPE in the License. Copyright Powertech Labs Inc. 2001 −−−− 2011 Last modified – April 2011  VSAT User Manual   This document contains proprietary information and shall not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of Powertech. Powertech Labs Inc. ii   CONTENTS 1.   Program Installation and Testing ........................................................................... 1   1.1   Minimum System Requirements ....................................................................... 1   1.2   Installing VSAT ................................................................................................. 1   1.3   Installing Protection Dongles ............................................................................ 2   1.4   Included Files ................................................................................................... 5   1.5   Running VSAT Test Cases ............................................................................... 5   1.6   User Support Information .................................................................................. 8   2.   Overview .................................................................................................................. 9   2.1   VSAT Description ............................................................................................. 9   2.2   Security Assessment Module ............................................................................ 9   2.2.1   Secure Range....................................................................................................... 9   2.2.2   Secure Region .................................................................................................... 10   2.2.3   Modal Analysis ................................................................................................... 10   2.2.4   VQ Curve Computation ...................................................................................... 11   2.3   Contingency Screening Module ...................................................................... 11   2.4   Modeling of System Protection Schemes........................................................ 11   2.5   Remedial Action Module ................................................................................. 12   2.6   Distributed Processing .................................................................................... 12   2.7   Scenarios and Data Files ................................................................................ 13   2.7.1   The Scenario Concept ........................................................................................ 13   2.7.2   Data Files ........................................................................................................... 13   2.8   Computation Process ..................................................................................... 18   2.8.1   Contingency Screening Process ........................................................................ 21   2.9   VSAT Structure............................................................................................... 22   2.9.1   VSAT Main Window ........................................................................................... 22   3.   Setting Up Scenarios ............................................................................................ 24   3.1   Preparing the Scenarios Manually .................................................................. 24   3.1.1   Preparing the Data Files ..................................................................................... 24   3.1.2   Preparing the Scenario File ................................................................................ 24   3.1.3   Preparing the Master Scenario File .................................................................... 25   3.2   Preparing the Scenarios through VSAT GUI ................................................... 26   3.2.1   Creating a New Scenario ................................................................................... 26   3.2.2    Adding Existing Scenario Files ........................................................................... 28   3.2.3   Modifying Scenarios and Data Files ................................................................... 29   3.2.4   Removing Scenarios .......................................................................................... 31   3.2.5   Viewing Powerflow Data ..................................................................................... 31   3.2.6   Compare Scenarios ............................................................................................ 31   3.2.7    Archiving Scenarios ............................................................................................ 31   3.2.8   Creating and Saving a Master Scenario (or Case) FILE .................................... 31   3.2.9    Adding Scenarios Using a Master Scenario File ................................................ 32    VSAT User Manual   This document contains proprietary information and shall not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of Powertech. Powertech Labs Inc. iii   3.2.10    Archiving All Scenarios ....................................................................................... 32   3.2.11   Exiting VSAT ...................................................................................................... 32   3.3   Powerflow Data and Conversion to PFB ......................................................... 32   3.4   Data Views ..................................................................................................... 33   3.4.1   General Features of Data Views ........................................................................ 33   3.4.2   Parameter Data View ......................................................................................... 35   3.4.3   Transfer Data View ............................................................................................. 36   3.4.4   Contingency Script View .................................................................................... 38   3.4.5   Contingency Data View ...................................................................................... 40   3.4.6   Generator Capability Data View ......................................................................... 41   3.4.7   Load Conversion Data View ............................................................................... 42   3.4.8   Generator Coupling Data View ........................................................................... 43   3.4.9   Other Data Views ............................................................................................... 44   4.   Running VSAT ....................................................................................................... 45   4.1   Starting and Controlling the Servers ............................................................... 45   4.2   Converting Powerflow Data ............................................................................ 47   4.3   Screening Contingencies ................................................................................ 48   4.4   Enabling/Disabling Scenarios ......................................................................... 51   4.5   Running the Security Assessment .................................................................. 51   4.6   Viewing the Limits and Violations ................................................................... 52   4.7   Viewing the Messages .................................................................................... 54   4.8   Viewing and Plotting the Results .................................................................... 55   4.9   Running VSAT Batch ...................................................................................... 55   5.   Remedial Action .................................................................................................... 57   5.1   RA Data Requirement..................................................................................... 57   5.2   Running RA .................................................................................................... 58   6.   Distributed Processing Setup .............................................................................. 60   6.1   Stand-alone Network Connection ................................................................... 60   6.2   Existing Network Connection .......................................................................... 61   6.3   Configuring Networked Computers ................................................................. 61   6.4   Configuring Stand-alone Computer................................................................. 62   6.5   Setting up Multiple Servers on a Single PC .................................................... 63   7.   Output Files ........................................................................................................... 64   8.   Input Data File Formats ........................................................................................ 65   8.1   General Rules ................................................................................................ 65   8.1.1   Data File Structure ............................................................................................. 65   8.1.2   Data Records ...................................................................................................... 66   8.1.3   Name Option ...................................................................................................... 66   8.1.4   Include and Exclude Records ............................................................................. 67   8.2   Powerflow File – PFB (or PSF) Format ........................................................... 68   8.3   Powerflow File – Third Party Format ............................................................... 68  
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