PSS SINCAL Platform 19.5


PSS SINCAL Platform 19.5
PSS SINCAL is a product of Siemens software used to simulate electrical and pipeline networks for production, transmission, and distribution. PSS ® SINCAL is used by transmission and distribution planning engineers, protection engineers, consultants, power plant operators, industrial networks, operational planning engineers, information technology experts, researchers, and more in over 100 countries. This software is part of the Siemens Xcelerator modular suite. Siemens Xcelerator is an open digital business platform that can help you accelerate digital transformation more easily, quickly, and on a larger scale. The software also has high flexibility and customizability through its modular design.

This system provides extensive analysis functions for the planning, design, and operation of power systems, allowing you to simulate and study the following contents: power quality, frequency stability, distributed production connections, protection coordination, supply restructuring, economic design decisions, etc. With PSS ® SINCAL, planners can jointly study the overall impact on the two systems and add future grid planning based on new strategies for renewable energy integration and storage. Protection engineers can delve into complex protection fields through powerful simulation and visualization, from protection coordination, validation, and configuration calculations to cross automation system protection research, protection performance evaluation, and thermal degradation analysis.

The characteristics and characteristics of the PSS SINCAL bundle:

Geography that can visually reflect interactive GIS programs

Interactive online and offline background maps based on networks

Integrated network editor and report generation (lists and tags) to simplify data presentation and analysis

The network model can be placed in multidimensional (schematic and geographic) views of different tasks with comparison options.

ExMode for dynamic engines

Interactive visualization of grid models in schematic, geographic, or multi-layer diagrams

Extensive data modeling of various devices, including smart grid data models

An open architecture that facilitates data exchange and information technology integration, including geographic information systems (GIS), SCADA, distributed management systems (DMS), and meteorological data management systems (MDMS)