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ETAP Analysis Software

ETAP is a fully integrated power system analysis suite with advanced GIS synchronization and GIS MAP display capabilities. Engineers and designers use ETAP to simulate, optimize, and manage their electrical power systems without modifying the existing GIS database. Easy setup and an intuitive interface make ETAP the perfect complement to every electrical power system mapped in GIS.

ETAP offers a wide range of network analysis applications for electrical engineering. Modules are available to analyze generation plants, large industrial facilities, transmission ETAP Software can be used offline for power system simulation, online for real-time data management, or used to control real time systems. ETAP is customizable; enabling clients to utilize the portions of the application they require without having to purchase the entire package.systems, distribution systems as well as small commercial facilities.

Power System Analysis & Electrical Design

ETAP 12 is an innovative power systems enterprise solution for the design, analysis, simulation, prediction, optimization, automation, and control of industrial power systems.

ArcFlashArc Flash Analysis is a crucial element of managing today’s industrial power systems. Electrical engineers perform these calculations to acquire electrical and safety information to greatly reduce the risk in operating electrical systems. ETAP software offers an analysis tool to perform both Arc Flash and Shock Hazard calculations. The software results also include the relevant reports and labels.

Power System AnalysisETAP offers a suite of fully integrated Electrical Engineering software solutions including arc flash, load flow, short circuit, transient stability, relay coordination, cable ampacity, optimal power flow, and more. Its modular functionality can be customized to fit the needs of any company, from small to large power systems.

Real Time SystemsETAP offers a suite of fully integrated Electrical Engineering software solutions including arc flash, load flow, short circuit, transient stability, relay coordination, cable ampacity, optimal power flow, and more. Its modular functionality can be customized to fit the needs of any company, from small to large power systems.

Wind Turbine Modeling/Analysis (Renewable Energy)The use of renewable energy is not new. More than 150 years ago, wood, which is one form of biomass, supplied up to 90 percent of our energy needs. As the use of coal, petroleum, and natural gas expanded, the United States became less reliant on wood as an energy source. Today, we are looking again at renewable resources such as wind, solar and geothermal and finding new ways to use them to help meet our energy needs.