The substations modeled appear as icons on the overall representation of the circuit to avoid cluttering the view. A click on any one of those nested views reveals the content in a separate editable schematic view.
The substations can be modeled in details using the extensive CYME software equipment library (buses, cables, transformers, switches, circuit breakers, protection devices, etc.). The user can also create new components based on the detailed templates of the library to allow the right match with the nameplate data of your particular equipment. Once installed on the system model, the settings of the components can be adjusted as required.
Eaton's CYME software utilizes the data of the complete connected model in its calculations.
The ability to add modeling detail upstream of distribution feeders provides the capability to indicate the dependency between the feeders connected to the same substation bus bar. This valuable data translates into the more precise simulation of the distribution system.
More accurate simulation results lead to the more precise planning and management of the expansion and maintenance of the distribution system, and a greater facility to manage the integration of the Distributed Generation (DG) and Distributed Energy Resources (DER) in the power grid, saving time and money.
The Sub-Networks Modeling module is included with any of the other CYME circuit/system modeling modules, and shares similar features. It supports the creation of any sub-network, including utility vaults, switching cabinets and modular substations; DG and DER components, in a nested representation connected to the overall grid.
The user can create a sub-network in a schematic or georeferenced view style as needed. Each can be shown as clickable nested view icons on the overall main representation of the system, revealing the editable view of the sub-network.