WECC User Group Meetings

WECC PowerWorld Users Work Group

The next meeting will take place October 31 – November 1, 2016 at the World Trade Center Portland. A detailed agenda will be posted shortly. The meeting will begin at 10 am on October 31 and conclude by 3 pm on November 1 to facilitate travel on the same days as the meeting.

WECC Users Work Group Meeting, March 16, 2016

Agenda

Web-Based Help Documentation, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

What’s New in Simulator Version 19, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

Defining a Model: A Vision for a PowerWorld Case Builder, Jamie Weber, PowerWorld Corporation

Data Maintainer Object, Jamie Weber, PowerWorld Corporation

Contingency Sensitivity Analysis, Cory Rea, Bonneville Power Administration

Cyber Physical Security Analysis, Kate Davis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

PV Tool/QV Tool PW 19, Daniel Kuraspediani, Bonneville Power Administration

Advanced Filters Example, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

Monitoring WECC Voltage Dip Criteria, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

Auxiliary File for WECC Voltage Dip Criteria, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

WECC Users Work Group Meeting, June 30-July 1, 2015

Agenda

Bug Reporting, Patches, Support, On-Line Training, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

Model Explorer and Case Information Displays, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

What’s New in Simulator Version 19, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

Verification and Validation of Transient Stability Models and Results, Tom Overbye, PowerWorld Corporation

Non-wire Methods for Transmission Congestion Management through Predictive Simulation and Optimization, Ruisheng Diao, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

N-1-1 Discussion, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

PTDF and OTDF Sensitivity Functions, Don Johnson, Portland General Electric
PUF Diagram Spreadsheet, Don Johnson, Portland General Electric

Linear Sensitivity Tools, Daniel Kuraspediani, Bonneville Power Administration

User Tip: Calculated Fields, Gordon Comegys

Format Differences from PSLF and PSS/E, Gordon Comegys

QV Tool Governor Power Flow Solution Option, Eric Heredia, Bonneville Power Administration

Scheduled Actions Tool, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

WECC Users Work Group Meeting, October 21-22, 2014

Agenda

Bug Reporting, Patches, Support, On-Line Training, Matt Davis, PowerWorld Corporation

Composite Load Model Testing, Matt Davis, PowerWorld Corporation

LODF Screening Tool, Matt Davis, PowerWorld Corporation

N-1-1, Matt Davis, PowerWorld Corporation

PEAK RC WSM case (node-breaker), Khanh Thai, Tacoma Power

Record Specification and File Format for Specifying Contingency Definitions and Remedial Action Schemes, Matt Davis, PowerWorld Corporation

Using WECC Composite Load Model and PowerWorld Time Step Simulation Tool, Eleanor Ewry, Puget Sound Energy

EMS Oneline Toplogy Diagrams in PowerWorld, Matt Davis, PowerWorld Corporation

PowerWorld & NERC Physical Security CIP-014-01, Tracy Rolstad, Avista

WECC Users Work Group Meeting, May 21-22, 2014

Agenda

Customer-Driven Development, Jamie Weber, PowerWorld Corporation

Topology Comparison Tool, Zach Gill Sanford, Puget Sound Energy
Topology Comparison Tool Example, Zach Gill Sanford, Puget Sound Energy

Subsynchronous Oscillations (SSO) and PowerWorld Applications at ERCOT, Anuj Dixit and Priya Ramasubbu, ERCOT

PowerWorld Simulator and CIP-014-01, Tracy Rolstas, Avista

WECC Users Work Group Meeting, July 30-31, 2013

Agenda

Automatic Scaling, Daniel Kuraspediani, Bonneville Power Administration

Creating the WECC Report Log Using PWS, John Gross, Avista

Scripting Topology Comparison, Daniel Kuraspediani, Bonneville Power Administration

WECC Users Work Group Meeting, October 15-16, 2012

Agenda

PowerWorld Website, Tracy Rolstad, Avista

FERC Order 754, Tracy Rolstad, Avista

Transient Stability in PWS, Tracy Rolstad, Avista

What’s New in Simulator Version 17, Matt Davis, PowerWorld Corporation

PowerWorld RAS Features, Matt Davis, PowerWorld Corporation
RAS Features Examples, Matt Davis, PowerWorld Corporation

Creating Transient Contingencies, Khanh Thai, Tacoma Power

Example Monitoring Branch Angle Difference After Contingency, Gordon Comegys, ColumbiaGrid

WECC Users Work Group Meeting, March 14, 2012

Agenda

PowerWorld Background, Kollin Patten, PowerWorld Corporation

User Defined Models, Kate Rogers, PowerWorld Corporation

Downtown Network Modeling, Dean Spratt, Avista

Reading a GE PSLF *.epc into PWS, Tracy Rolstad, Avista

A Sample of Seldom Used Tools and other Power Flow Trivia, Tracy Rolstad, Avista

WECC Users Work Group Meeting, August 23, 2011

Agenda

Bug Reporting and Patches, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

How to Report Bugs Effectively, Simon Tatham, professional and free-software programmer

PowerWorld Development Process, Caroline Marzinzik, PowerWorld Corporation

Transformer Modeling Using Simulator, John Gross, Avista