Examples (.Net-Files)

The setup of ATPDesigner also includes a lot of examples, which can be used to get more familiar with ATPDesigner. The file names of these examples are PowerNetwork_x.net. The character must be replaced by the number of the .NET - File in the list below. These ATPDesigner Examples can be also downloaded.

  • .NET - File 1: Small power network to supply a city with electrical energy
  • .NET - File 2: Line Fault ABCG at 100% if the line length
  • .NET - File 3: Substation with two 110/20kV - Transformers in parallel
  • .NET - File 4: Transport of electrical energy using an untransposed Double-Circuit Line
  • .NET - File 5: Double-circuit line with ABCG fault at the end of the line
  • .NET - File 6: Short-circuit ABCG in a 110/20kV - substation at 20kV-level
  • .NET - File 7: Petersen-Coil grounded 110kV-Network
  • .NET - File 8: Measuring the Positive-Sequence Impedance of a 2-Winding Yyn0 Transformer
  • .NET - File 9:  3-Phase voltage  source using  3x  1-phase Empirical Function
  • .NET - File 10:  Power network with 2-winding BCTRAN transformer (ATP Rule Book XIX-C)
  • .NET - File 11:  Isolated or compensated power network with 2-winding BCTRAN transformer
  • .NET - File 12:  Load Impedance as External .ATP-File (Type B, BRANCH cards only)
  • .EXT - File 12:  Load Impedance as BRANCH card (.NET - File 12): LoadImpedance.ext
  • .NET - File 13:  Splitter to realize a neutral point to connect a 1-phase network element
  • .NET - File 14:  Splitter to connect a 1-phase ATP source (voltage or current source) to a 3-phase power network
  • .NET - File 15:  Splitter to connect an Empirical Function to a 3-phase power network
  • .TXT - File 15:  Sampled values for Empirical Functions (.NET - File 15)
  • .NET - File 16:  Splitter to connect 3 1-phase network elements to a 3-phase power network
  • .NET - File 17:  3-Phase underground cable using CABLE PARAMETERS simulating a fault AG in a 110kV-network
  • .NET - File 18:  TACS controlled 3-phase voltage source using a TACS Data Card
  • .NET - File 19:  Measuring the power network frequency and other network specific data using a TACS Data Card
  • .NET - File 20: Measuring the Short-Circuit Impedance of a XFORMER transformer
  • .NET - File 21: Measuring the Excitation Data of a XFORMER transformer
  • .NET - File 22: Shunt impedance which consists of 2 connectable "electrical" nodes realised by External .ATP-File
  • .NET - File 23: Short-Circuit CG in a 380kV-Network connected to a 110kV- and 30kV-network using a 3-winding transformer (BCTRAN)
  • .NET - File 24: Speed control of a 400MVA generator
  • .NET - File 25: 3-phase, 2-winding transformer with low homopolar reluctance using SATURABLE TRANSFORMER
  • .NET - File 26: High-order rational admittance function with bitmaps: RLC equivalent circuit, phase currents measured by a probe
  • .NET - File 27: Measuring the Short-Circuit Impedance of a SATURABLE transformer
  • .NET - File 28: How to execute complete ATP-Files which are written independent of ATPDesigner using the network element External .ATP-File
  • .NET - File 29: 20kV-Network with wind-power plant infeed modeled using the network element Multi Frequency Source (MFS)
  • .NET - File 30: 1-Phase circuit: Charging a RC-circuit (Type 11 Source, Time Controlled Switch, Probe)
  • .NET - File 31: Rectifier circuit presented during the EEUG Course 2006 using Nonlinear Element: Type 99 Pseudo Nonlinear R (dioden.dat)
  • .NET - File 32: Rectifier circuit presented during the EEUG Course 2006 using Switch: Type 11 Switch (diodesw.dat)
  • .NET - File 33: Splitting a 3-phase overhead line using Splitter and Connections to simulate phase failures.
  • .NET - File 34: Transposition scheme of an overhead line using 2 Splitters and 3 Connections
  • .NET - File 35: Calculation of the Power Network Impedance of a RLC-Series Impedance
  • .NET - File 36: 3-phase voltage source with variable frequency implemented in MODELS, connected to the power  network using ATP Source  Type 60
  • .NET - File 37: Earthfault Detection in Peterson Coil Grounded Power Networks using the Pulse Detection Method
  • .NET - File 38: Directional Overcurrent Protection in a small power network
  • .NET - File 39: Calculation and analysis of power swing phenomena of a Generator using a MODELS file
  • .NET - File 40: Overexcitation of a 110/0.1kV voltage transformer using XFORMER and Nonlinear Elements
  • .NET - File 41: Interconnection between TACS, TACS Connection, TACS Splitter
  • .NET - File 42: Power network with two power plants (S.M. 59) and speed control to simulate network stability transients
  • .NET - File 43: TYPE 56 Phase-Domain Machine Model in a power network using the EXTERNAL .ATP-File
  • .NET - File 44: Model of an Electrical Machine used in a power network
  • .NET - File 45: Power network using Multi-Circuit Line to simulate 16 × 0.4kV untransposed lines
  • .NET - File 46: Power network using Additional Nodes for Single-Circuit Lines
  • .NET - File 47: WYE-connected load based on three single Load Impedances, Splitter, Busbars and Probes
  • .NET - File 48:  DELTA-connected load based on three single Load Impedances, Splitter, Busbars and Probes
  • .NET - File 49: Simulating Protection Schemes using MODELS to implement the algorithms
  • .NET - File 50: EMTP Load Flow
  • .NET - File 51: 1-Phase and 2-Phase Power Network coupled using a 1-Phase Saturable Transformer and a 2-Phase Splitter
  • .NET - File 52: Calculation of Symmetrical Components in Zero/Positive/Negative Sequence System using MODELS
  • .NET - File 53: Clarke-Transformation using MODELS
  • .NET - File 54: Protection Relay PTOC based on MODELS
  • .NET - File 55: Heideler Model to simulate a lightning strike (flash) in combination with Cables
  • .NET - File 56: 20kV-Network with Wind Farm (Renewable Power Infeed RPI) and Distance Protection (Probe)
  • .NET - File 57: Floating 1-phase voltage source using ATP Source with two nodes
  • .NET - File 58: Calculating the longitudinal voltage of a Switch by TACS
  • .NET - File 59: Calculating the longitudinal voltage of a Switch by a Probe
  • .NET - File 60: Using the protection element Fuse with and without an arc resistance model
  • .NET - File 61: Windfarm based on several instances of the Renewable Power Infeed with battery
  • .NET - File 62: Distance Protection and Protective Signaling
  • .NET - File 63: Short-circuit with a Static Arc Fault in a 20kV-Network
  • .NET-File 64: Synchronous generator (S.M.59) with speed control and voltage control based on MODELS
  • .NET - File 65: Windfarm with 11 Renewable Power Infeed and RPI Control System at Probe P1
  • .NET - File 66: 20kV-Netzwork with Wind Farm (Renewable Power Infeed) and Load Impedance
  • .NET - File 67: Simple power network to simulate CT Saturation
  • .NET - File 68: Using Directional Overcurrent in a 20kV-power network
  • .NET - File 69: Multiple Protection Elements operate the same switch using an OR Logic implemented in TACS
  • .NET - File 70: Multiple Protection Elements operate the same switch using an AND Logic implemented in TACS

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