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Data Requirements for PJM RTEP As Built Data Note: Changes to machine capabilities or in-service dates as originally submitted with the Feasibility Study Agreement (PJM Open Access Transmission Tariff Attachment N) or the System If you have anyAgreementplease Impact Study questions, (PJM contact Raul Perez-Guerrero Open Access Transmission Tariff Attachment N-1) must be formally communicated to the appropriate PJM project manager. Generator As Built Data Form Checklist This form is to submit data for proper modeling of your respective Queue Project in the Facilities Study phase as well as submissions to be utilized in subsequent modeling required during the RTEP process. This As Built also 1. Generator form is Data used for existing generators who are increasing their capacity rights or who have changed their machine/GSU Sheet data. 2. One-line drawing showing:
a. Generator Unit(s)

The data that is submitted is required to perform the power flow, short circuit and dynamic b. GSU (transformers) simulation analyses which are necessary for the studies discussed above. c. Breakers
d. Point of Interconnection 3. Generator Model Selected 1. PSS/E from PTI, Inc. (power flow and dynamic simulation) 4. Exciter Model and Block Diagram 2. Aspen from Advanced Systems for Power Engineering, Inc. (short circuit)) 5. Govenor Model and Block Diagram Minimum requirement fields are indicated by * 6. Generator Performance Curves All data must be provided on an individual unit basis. a. Reactive Capability Curve (D-Curve) For example, a combined cycle plant with two identical Combustion Turbines (CT) and one Steam Turbine (ST) would have two submissions of the data request form. One submission for the CT and oneb. Generator for the ST. submission Saturation Curve c. data for a PJM understands that any data you had provided for previous studies may have been typical Vee Curve proposed 7. all future reliability project. However, now, PJM requires that you submit unit specific As Built Data for use in Operating Restrictions or Procedures studies.

PJM uses the following programs to perform the Impact Analysis:

In addition, please provide models for the Excitations System(s), Power System Stabilizer(s), prime mover governor(s), etc. For each piece of electrically dynamic equipment (rotating or static) to be represented in the simulation, a PSS/E model must be used as part of the reliability studies. A list of models in the PSS/E dynamics library is located in an Appendix at the end of this form. Please indicate the appropriate models to be used in the simulation of each piece of equipment at the facility to be modeled. If you are unable to locate the appropriate model in the Appendix, please contact the individual designated at the top of this form for assistance in determining if an existing model may be used. If no model is available in the Appendix which can be used for a piece of equipment, you must obtain a PSS/E model (or equivalent as allowed by the individual designated at the top of this form) from the manufacturer of the piece of equipment. Please note that many of the parameters needed for constructing the model are available from the manufacturers commissioning studies and tests. If a PSS/E model cannot be obtained for a particular piece of equipment, you must submit a Control/Block Diagram for the piece of equipment. Any additional controls installed for excitation systems, stabilizers, turbine governors, as well as excitation limiters, compensator settings, etc. must be provided. Unit Capability Data Request Form

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What type of study will this be? 1. Interconnection customer name:* 2. Name of individual completing form:* 3. E-mail Address:* (Individual completing the form) 4. Phone:* (Individual completing the form) 5. Queue letter and position / Unit ID:* 6. Primary fuel type:* 7. Selected Point of Interconnection:* Please enter Substation(s) and kV 8. Maximum Summer (92 F ambient air temp.) Net MW Output:* Your project's declared MWs, as first submitted in Attachment N. If modified use the value submitted in the Impact Study Agreement. If less then use the declared Capacity rating of your project. 9. Maximum Summer (92 F ambient air temp.) Gross MW Output:* 10. Minimum Summer (92 F ambient air temp.) Gross MW Output:* 11. Maximum Winter (30 F ambient air temp.) Gross MW Output:* 12. Minimum Winter (30 F ambient air temp.) Gross MW Output:* 13. Gross Reactive Power Capability at Maximum Gross MW Output - Please include Reactive Capability Curve (Leading and Lagging):* 14. Individual Unit Auxiliary Load at Maximum Summer MW Output (MW/MVAR):* 15. Individual Unit Auxiliary Load at Minimum Summer MW Output (MW/MVAR):* 16. Individual Unit Auxiliary Load at Maximum Winter MW Output (MW/MVAR):* 17. Individual Unit Auxiliary Load at Minimum Winter MW Output (MW/MVAR):* 18. Station service load (MW/MVAR):* Is load connected to high side of GSU? Is load connected to low side of GSU? 19. Please provide any comments on the expected capability of the unit:*

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GSU losses are expected to be minimal. Unit Generator Dynamics Data Request Form 20. MVA Base (upon which all reactances, resistance and inertia are calculated):* 21. Nominal Power Factor:* 22. Terminal Voltage (kV):* Unsaturated Reactances (on MVA Base) 23. Direct Axis Synchronous Reactance, Xd(i):* 24. Direct Axis Transient Reactance, X'd(i):* 25. Direct Axis Sub-transient Reactance, X"d(i):* 26. Quadrature Axis Synchronous Reactance, Xq(i):* 27. Quadrature Axis Transient Reactance, X'q(i):* 28. Quadrature Axis Sub-transient Reactance, X"q(i):* 29. Stator Leakage Reactance, Xl:* 30. Negative Sequence Reactance, X2(i):* 31. Zero Sequence Reactance, X0:* Saturated Reactances (on MVA Base) 32. Saturated Sub-transient Reactance, X"d(v) (on MVA Base):* 33. Negative Sequence Reactance, X2(v):* 34. Zero Sequence Reactance, X0(v):*

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Resistance Values 35. DC Armature Resistance, Ra (ohms):* 36. Positive Sequence Resistance, R1 (on MVA Base):* 37. Negative Sequence Resistance, R2 (on MVA Base):* 38. Zero Sequence Resistance, R0 (on MVA Base):* Time Constants (seconds) 39. Direct Axis Transient Open Circuit, T'do:* 40. Direct Axis Sub-transient Open Circuit, T"do:* 41. Quadrature Axis Transient Open Circuit, T'qo:* 42. Quadrature Axis Sub-transient Open Circuit, T"qo:* 43. Inertia, H (kW-sec/kVA, on KVA Base):* Combined generator & turbine 44. Speed Damping, D:* 45. Saturation Values at Per-Unit Voltage:* a. S(1.0) b. S(1.2)

Main GSU Data Request Form 46. Number of Machines per GSU:* 47. Generator Step-up Transformer MVA Base:* 48. Generator Step-up Transformer Impedance (R+jX, or % on transformer MVA Base):* 49. Generator Step-up Transformer Reactance-to-Resistance Ratio (X/R):* 50. Generator Step-up Transformer OA/FA/FA Rating (MVA):* 51. Generator Step-up Transformer Low-side Voltage (kV):* 52. Generator Step-up Transformer High-side Voltage (kV):* 53. Generator Step-up Transformer Tertiary Voltage (kV):* If Applicable Must Be Submitted 54. Generator Step-up Transformer Off-nominal Turns Ratio:* 55. Generator Step-up Transformer Number of Taps and Step Size:* 56. High Voltage Winding Connection (i.e. wye grounded, delta):* 57. Low Voltage Winding Connection (i.e. wye grounded, delta):* 58. Tertiary Voltage Winding Connection (i.e. wye grounded, delta):* If Applicable Must Be Submitted 59. In addition, please indicate whether the GSU is shared with other units.*

Transmission Line Data 60. Line length from main transformer high-side to Point of Interconnection:* 61. Voltage level (kV):* 62. Conductor type:* 63. Transmission line MVA base:* 64. Positive sequence impedance (R+jX per mile on line MVA base):* 65. Zero sequence impedance (R+jX per mile on line MVA base):* 66. Positive sequence charging admittance* (in % per mile on line MVA base): Wind Plant Data Request Form

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Net MW Capacity = (Gross MW Output - GSU MW Losses* Station Service Load MW) PJM has on file the manufacturer data sheets for the following Wind Turbines:
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Interconnection customer must provide the up-to-date wind model package which applies for PSS/E through e-mail attachments to Nicole Segal and Jeannette Mittan. Wind Turbine Data 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. MW size (each turbine):* MVA base (each turbine):* Number of turbines:* Type of turbines (manufacture and model type):* Terminal voltage (kV):* Positive sequence resistance, R1 (on MVA base):* Saturated sub-transient reactance, X"d(v) (on MVA base):* Control mode (Power factor control/ Voltage control):* If in PF control model, power factor range at the generator terminal:*

10. Size of additional capacitor if any:* 11. Location of additional capacitor if any:* 12. Type of additional capacitor if any: (regular/ switching shunts):* 13. Steps of switching shunts:* 14. Size of dynamic var if any:* 15. Location of dynamic var if any:* 16. Cable length for wind farm collection system:* 17. Cable type and impedance per mile:* 18. Embedded relay for each turbine: 19. Voltage relay: 20. Manufacturer default voltage relay setting:* 21. Frequency relay: 22. Manufacturer default frequency relay setting:* Wind Turbine GSU (each turbine) 23. Number of turbine's per unit GSU:* 24. Generator step-up transformer MVA base:* 25. Generator step-up transformer impedance (R+jX on transformer MVA base):* 26. Generator step-up transformer reactance-to-resistance ratio (X/R):* 27. Generator Step-up Transformer OA/FA/FA Rating (MVA):* 28. Generator step-up transformer low-side voltage (kV):* 29. Generator step-up transformer high-side voltage (kV):* 30. Generator step-up transformer off-nominal turns ratio:* 31. Generator step-up transformer number of taps and step size:*
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In addition please attach to this form the up-to-date wind model package which applies for PSS/E Appendix: Generator, Exciter, Governor, Stabilizer, Excitation Limiter and Current Compensating Models The equipment models listed below are those available for use in PSS/E. Each model can have unique data requirements. The minimum modeling required for dynamic simulation is a generator model, and an exciter model. The manufacturer of your equipment should be able to provide the proper model or an equivalent. If you cannot determine the exact PSS/E model, you must submit a Control/Block Diagram for the piece of equipment in question.

Generator Models Please select the model from the following list
GENROE Round rotor generator model

Static Var Compensator (SVC) and Frequency Changer Models Please select the SVC from the following list or add a new SVC by selecting OTHER and uploading the model. You must add a model if you select OTHER.
CSVGNl SCR controlled static VAR source model

Excitation System Models An exciter model is a minimum modeling requirement for dynamic simulation. Additionally, the exciter model in certain cases is needed to ensure that the unit is transiently stable. Please select the model from the following list or add a new Excitation Model by selecting OTHER and uploading the model. You must add a model and any parameters to your selection.
EXDC2 1981 IEEE type DC2 excitation system model

Prime Mover and Governor Models The prime mover governor model is required to demonstrate long-term stability of the unit in response to frequency oscillations. Please select the model from the following list. You must add a model and any parameters to your selection.
CRCMGV Cross compound turbine governor model

Power System Stabilizer Models Power System Stabilizer must be added to the exciter circuits to force stability. However, devices such as Power System Stabilizers, as well as Excitation Limiters and Compensating devices, are less frequently applied and are modeled if the equipment will be used. Please select the model from the following list. If Non-Applicable then select Non-Applicable.
IEEEST 1981 IEEE power system stabilizer model

Minimum Excitation Limiter Models Please select the model from the following list. If Non-Applicable then select Non-Applicable.
MNLEXl Minimum excitation limiter model

Maximum Excitation Limiter Models Please select the model from the following list. If Non-Applicable then select Non-Applicable.
MAXEX1 Maximum excitation limiter model

Compensating Models Please select the model from the following list. If Non-Applicable then select Non-Applicable.
COMP Voltage regulator compensating model

If you have any questions, please contact Raul Perez-Guerrero


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