The Network Editor is the graphical user interface underlying the CYME analyses modules. It provides the user with great flexibility in creating the one-line diagram of the network as well as providing a wide variety of options to customize the displays and reports.
To perform power flow analysis in three-phase electric power networks. The module utilizes state of the art sparse matrix/vector methods and multiple solution algorithms.
For the determination of short-circuit currents that result from different fault phenomena, the estimation of fault locations, the identification of under-rated equipment in electric power systems and the sizing of various system components.
Load Flow Contingency (N-p)
To assist in power flow related static contingency analysis. To create contingency events and single- or multiple-outage scenarios and compare to a base case.
Protective Device Coordination
The module provides engineers with a wide range of tools to efficiently and accurately design and validate the coordination scheme of their power system.
Figure 1: Protection of an industrial network
To perform harmonic penetration analysis in electric power systems. It features single phase and full three-phase modeling capabilities and includes a large library of pre-defined models for network equipment and harmonic current sources.
To simulate the electro-mechanical response of an electric power system to transient disturbances. It includes a large library of pre-defined models for network equipment and control systems.
To assess the ability of a power system to maintain stable voltages under different contingencies and loading conditions.
Optimal Power Flow
Allows the user to engage in advanced system planning studies to optimize system performance, examine cost-efficient operational planning alternatives, articulate system control strategies and rationalize equipment utilization, resulting in better overall system asset management.