Two windings transformer
com.powsybl.iidm.network.TwoWindingsTransformer interface is used to model a two windings power transformer.
A two windings power transformer is connected to two voltage levels (side 1 and side 2) that belong to a same substation.
A ratio tap changer and/or a phase tap changer can be associated with a two windings power transformer.
|id||string||-||yes||-||Unique identifier of the transformer|
|name||string||-||yes||-||Human-readable name of the transformer|
|double||yes||-||The nominal series resistance at the side 2 of the transformer|
|double||yes||-||The nominal series reactance at the side 2 of the transformer|
|double||S||yes||-||The nominal magnetizing conductance at the side 2 of the transformer|
|double||S||yes||-||The nominal magnetizing susceptance at the side 2 of the transformer|
|double||kV||yes||-||The rated voltage at side 1|
|double||kV||yes||-||The rated voltage at side 2|
Two windings transformers can also have current limits defined for each end.
Two windings transformer are modelled with the following equivalent model:
With the series impedance and the shunt admittance and the voltage ratio and the angle difference and potentially parameters from the current step of a ratio tap changer and/or a phase tap changer, we have:
Using the above notation, the equations of the two windings transformer, in complex notations, are as follow:
This example shows how to create a two windings transformer in the network:
TwoWindingsTransformer twoWindingsTransformer = substation.newTwoWindingsTransformer() .setId("TWT2") .setName("My two windings transformer") .setVoltageLevel1("VL1") .setVoltageLevel2("VL2") .setNode1(1) .setNode2(2) .setR(0.5) .setX(4) .setG(0) .setB(0) .setRatedU1(24) .setRatedU2(385) .add();