PowerWorld Simulator does not include a built-in tool for video capture or movie making. Commercial and freeware tools are available from other sources to capture video from PowerWorld Simulator, Retriever, and any other desktop applications. Current offerings may be found here, or by simply searching online for video capture software.
February 21, 2013
What formats can Simulator read?
Simulator can read text file formats such as PTI PSS/E (*.raw) and GE PSLF (*.epc). These formats are commonly used by ISOs, RTOs, and regulators to publish power flow models for members and other interested parties. Simulator is read and write compatible with raw file versions 23 through 32 and epc versions 17 and earlier. […]
July 3, 2012
What is the difference between the *.PWB and *.PWD files used by Simulator and what are PowerWorld Project Files?
PWB and PWD stand for PowerWorld Binary and PowerWorld Display. The PWB files contain the actual power system data for the case. Traditionally, case files can contain large amounts of data. We store this data in a binary file to reduce the size of the file on your hard drive. Furthermore, data stored in a […]
July 3, 2012
Competition Requires Transmission Capacity: The Case of the U.S. Northeast
The following cases were used to generate their respective figures in the July 2000 article in Regulation magazine entitled: “Competition Requires Transmission Capacity: The Case of the U.S. Northeast”. All files in the below list are *.zip files containing PowerWorld Binary (*.pwb) and PowerWorld Display (*.pwd) files. These cases may be viewed using PowerWorld Viewer, which is available here for free download. […]
July 1, 2000