What are the recommended system requirements for EA-PSM?
|CPU||Intel i5 or AMD R5 series or better||Intel i7 or AMD R7 series or better|
|RAM1||By scheme size:
50 buses - 4 GB
100 buses - 4 GB
300 buses - 8 GB
1000 buses - 12 GB
|By scheme size:
50 buses - 8 GB
100 buses - 8 GB
300 buses - 12 GB
500 buses - 16 GB
1000 and more buses - 32 GB
OpenCL driver required to use OpenCL
Open CL 1.1 woth double precision floating point support
2 GB of VRAM
|Hard drive||3 GB when installed
Space to save schemes
1 the program will work with less, but calculations could take tens of times longer and there may be problems saving calculation results
We would like to try out the EA-PSM software. Is it possible to get a Demo version?
You can get a demo version by clicking Get Demo here or contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
What is "Bus" element in EA-PSM?
In EA-PSM "Bus" element shows that there is a junction point between two or more elements. Therefore, user should add bus if he wants to represent cable joint, busbar, transformer terminals or other junction point between two elements.
What standard EA-PSM uses for harmonic limits?
Voltage harmonics limits in EA-PSM are defined according to IEC61000-2-2 standard.
Current harmonic limits are defined according to IEEE 519 standard.
What is the difference between K3, K2, K1 and K1,1 short circuits?
These are the types of short circuits:
K3 - three-phase short circuit;
K2 - phase-to-phase short circuit;
K1 - phase-to-earth short circuit;
K1,1 - two-phase-to-earth short circuit.
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