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Power loss

by Miki Abe
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Miki Abe
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Aug31-14, 05:03 PM
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what is the best software to calculate power losses in a distribution system?
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Aug31-14, 05:13 PM
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Hi Miki
welcome to PF

what sort of distribution system ? AC, DC, Hi voltage ? low voltage?

Dave
Miki Abe
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Aug31-14, 06:08 PM
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Hi Miki
welcome to PF

what sort of distribution system ? AC, DC, Hi voltage ? low voltage?

Dave
Hello,
a power distribution system which consist of 15 kv medium voltage and 0.4 kv low voltage

pocho
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Sep2-14, 01:49 PM
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Power loss

etap can do it

http://etap.com/index.htm



also ABB NEPLAN, maybe, seek confirmation from someone else.
Miki Abe
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Sep2-14, 08:42 PM
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Quote Quote by pocho View Post
etap can do it

http://etap.com/index.htm



also ABB NEPLAN, maybe, seek confirmation from someone else.
which one is better (etap or neplan)?


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