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GE Energy Consulting has released Concorda PSLF Version 18.1_02, an upgrade the company says will help enhance grid modeling.

Concorda PSLF is a power flow and dynamics simulation software used by transmission planners, and GE says the upgraded software offers numerous advances over its previous version, including the following: newly developed geomagnetic disturbance analysis support, new overcurrent relay models, new generic wind turbine models, and a new dynamics event table that describes the sequence of events during a simulation.

“As utilities grapple with the challenges of managing more complex transmission systems, our latest upgrade to our PSLF software demonstrates our commitment to providing our customers with the solutions they need to help them more effectively simulate and study planning scenarios, which in turn enables them to improve the reliability of their transmission systems,” comments Devin Van Zandt, software product manager at GE Energy Consulting.



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