Software Patches

May 28, 2014

Bug Fixes

  • Case Information Displays: Fixed access violation saving out substations to an aux file when the substation contains a dc line. Access violation might also occur simply opening the substation table.
  • GIC: Bug fix when going from transient stability to edit mode, deleting a bus, and back to transient stability there was an error on the GIC Gmatrix display.
  • Oneline Diagrams: The right-click local menu option for bus display objects to Insert Connected Buses and Then Auto Insert Lines, Gens, Loads and Shunts was not working. The buses would be inserted, but the other objects would not be. This has been fixed.
  • Power Flow Solution: Fixed errors with enforcing MVA and amp limits in VSC DC lines.
  • Power Flow Solution: When loading a case that was saved with island-based AGC on, the case might not solve even though it was solved when it was saved. This has been fixed.
  • Transient Stability: Fixed bug with the max and min of SVSMO2.
  • Transient Stability: There was a bug with the SVSMO3 model that was causing movement in steady state. This has been fixed.
  • Transient Stability: Fixed a problem with the SVSMO3 model when the power flow case has zero output because the limits are zero but the transient stability model does not have zero limits.
  • Transient Stability: For the SVSMO2 and SVSMO3 models, when Bmax and Bmin are zero this means that there are no limits. Previously, this was being treated as zero limits and setting the shunt to zero output.
  • Transient Stability: Adding handling of low voltage conditions to the IEEL model.
  • Transient Stability: Modified how the temperature was calculated for the A and B portions of LD1PAC. Previously we were missing the scalar multipliers from the calculation.
  • Transient Stability: Modified the order of terms in CMPLDW for Ftr1, Vtr1, Ttr1 to be Vtr1, Ttr1, then Ftr1 (same for the 2 values as well). This must have changed in the DYD file at some point.
  • Transient Stability: Modified scaling for induction motor percentage load drop.