Power system design tool

  • 01-Mar-2010 04:56 EST

Paladin DesignBase 3.0 power system design and simulation software from EDSA enables engineers to model power systems infrastructure and maximize energy efficiency. The software features over 50 program modules that help simulate and resolve critical issues such as arc flash, power flow, power quality, and protective device coordination, at the level of detail required for real-time deployment. After the design phase, models created can be redeployed in “live” mode with the Paladin Live program to perform predictive analysis and “what if” scenarios. Other enhancements include speed increase by a factor of 10, addition of hundreds of objects to libraries, customization ability, and compatibility with 64-bit machines and Windows 7.0.

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