Create power systems simulations by using the Power Systems components.
To model and simulate electrical power systems Caspoc provides specialized component libraries. It includes models of electrical power components, including three-phase machines, electric drives, and components for applications such as flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS) and renewable energy systems. Harmonic analysis, calculation of total harmonic distortion (THD), load flow, and other key electrical power system analyses are automated, helping you investigate the performance of your design.
The power systems library components help you develop control systems and test system-level performance. You can parameterize your models using Cscript and expressions and finally design control systems for your electrical power system in Caspoc. In Caspoc you can integrate mechanical, hydraulic, thermal, and other physical systems into your model using components from the Caspoc component library. In order to use models from other simulation environments, including hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, Caspoc supports C-code generation and embedding C/C++/dll environments and co-simulation.
There are single and three phase Cable cable models
Test Compensation, using a single compensation block in wye or delta connection.
A specialized DC grid library is available for HVDC, MVDC and low voltage LVDC grids, including many specialized DC grid models.
Set up a Distributorsystem, gives a clear overview of the installation under investigation.
Series and parallel Filter components simplify a complex network set up.
Infinite AC gridsources with internal line impedance power the networks you are simulating.
Various Line components allow the simulation of traveling and standing waves as well as delays and phase differences in power systems.
A single component can model a three phase Load where you can paramterize the active and reactive load.
Circuit breakers, Residual circuit breakers as well as manual motor protector components are included in the Protection components library.
Faults and switches
Basic Switch component models facilitate the modeling of faults and turning-on or off network sections.
Easy modeling of controlled three phase rectifier by using the special Rectifier models from Caspoc
Caspoc is extremely powerful in solving complex multi-phase rectifiers connected to transformers or lines.