guide :Getting Started Electrical Transient Analyzer Program (ETAP)

 The Electrical Transient Analyzer Program (ETAP) is a power network modeling and simulation software tool used by power system engineers to create an "electrical digital twin" and analyze the dynamics,  transients, and protection of the power system.

As part of our ongoing commitment to exceptional customer support, we present to you the ETAP 14.0.0 Demo. We acknowledge you for taking the first step in viewing the most popular and powerful electrical engineering analysis and management tools established as a world leader in power system design,analysis, and monitoring.

ETAP 14 is a true 64 bit program developed for the Microsoft ® Windows ® 2008 R2 (SP1), 2012/R2, 7 (SP1), 8/8.1, 10 operating systems. This demo is fully interactive and allows you to make changes to the one-line diagram, run system studies, and graphically review study results - just like the full, commercial release of the program. It gives you the opportunity to explore the many features and capabilities of ETAP including Arc Flash, Load Flow, and AC/DC Short-Circuit (Refer to the demo restrictions document for a full list of capabilities).

Product Description

ETAP is a fully graphical electrical power system analysis program that runs on Microsoft ® Windows® B2008 R2 (SP1), 2012/R2, 7 (SP1), 8/8.1, 10 operating systems. In addition to the standard offline simulation modules, ETAP can utilize real-time operating data for advanced monitoring, real-time simulation, optimization, and high-speed intelligent load shedding. However, only offline simulation modules are included in the ETAP 14.0.0 Demo.

ETAP has been designed and developed by engineers for engineers to handle the diverse discipline of power systems in one integrated package with multiple interface views such as AC and DC networks, cable raceways, ground grid, GIS, panels, protective device coordination/selectivity, and AC and DC control system diagrams.

Program Features

• Five levels of automatic error checking

• Dynamic help line and error messaging

• Message logger to track program usage and access

• Multiple user access levels

• ODBC (open database connectivity)

• Manages maintenance data via info, remarks, and comment pages

• Merge independent ETAP project files

• Integrated 1-phase, 3-phase, and DC systems

• Integrated one-line diagram and underground raceway systems

• Integrated one-line diagram and device coordination/selectivity module

• Common database for all studies

• Simplicity in data entry

• Multiple subsystems and swing machines

• User-controlled auto save and transaction

• User-controlled default settings for all components

• Typical data for motors, generators, transformers, reactors, governors, and exciters

• Individual LTC time delays (initial and operating)

• No voltage limitations

• Unlimited protective and metering device connections to branches and loads

• Unlimited load connections to a single bus

• Any system frequency

• English and metric unit systems

• 25 character component IDs

• Raw manufacturer data entry

• Individual and global load demand and diversity factors

• Temperature sensitive cable resistance for all studies

• Element navigator

• Lumped loading

• Equipment cables for loads, eliminating requirement for terminal buses

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