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28-09-2021, 13:45

CYME 9.0 Rev.4

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CYME 9.0 Rev.4
CYME 9.0 Rev.4
756.2 mb
Languages Supported: English, Español, Français, Português

The software developer CYME International T&D is pleased to announce the availability of CYME 9.0 Rev. 4 is an advanced and comprehensive world-class simulation package designed for the fields of transmission, distribution and industrial energy systems.
CYME 9.0 New Features
The CYME 9 Series is a new generation of our software supporting utilities in the modernization of their longterm grid planning framework. Built on core components such as time-series analysis, distributed energy resources (DER) optimization, non-wires alternatives (NWA) and project portfolio evaluation, CYME 9.0 paves the way to the integration of the capacity planning process with the distributed resources planning process. All this through a powerful and versatile user interface connecting simplicity with efficiency.
Key new features include:
- A unique Load Relief DER Optimization module optimizing energy storage systems as well as dispatchable inverterbased generators to mitigate capacity problems on strategic grid assets.
- A new Microgrid Modeling and Analysis modules enabling unprecedented simulations of islanded - but also gridconnected - microgrids.
- A revamped Techno-Economic Analysis allowing an easy, intuitive, yet exhaustive financial assessment of concurrent grid projects.
- An expanded integration of the Load Flow with Profiles analysis with the Advanced Project Manager to enable true long-term, time-series capacity analysis.
- Continuous improvement of core components such as Load Flow Analysis, DER Impact Evaluation, Integration Capacity Analysis, Arc Flash Hazards Analysis, Harmonic Analysis, Scripting Tool with Python.
- Several improvements to the software framework, user interface and one-line diagram navigation.
Partnering with utilities, listening to the voice of the customer and leveraging our cutting-edge engineering and IT expertise, the CYME team continues to serve the industry with a state-of-theart engineering tool that brings dependable results at users' fingertips.
To further improve our offering on the modeling and analysis of non-wires alternative, this new version of CYME brings forth the Load Relief DER Optimization module which assists engineers with the evaluation of load relief projects using battery energy storage systems (BESS) as well as dispatchable and non-dispatchable generation. The module bundles two distinct algorithms: one for the optimization of BESS and dispatchable generation and one for the sizing of non-dispatchable generation.
The Dispatchable DER Optimization Analysis optimally sites, sizes and sets the converter controls of BESS and dispatchable electronicallycoupled generators with the objective of reducing the loading on strategic grid assets. The module can be used alone or can leverage the power of the Load Flow with Profiles analysis module to automatically determine the maximum energy demand and time parameters of the overloaded asset. The Non-Dispatchable DER Sizing Analysis determines the required generator size to mitigate user-defined levels of asset overload occurrences. The analysis simultaneously evaluates different generation technologies, handling each technology's specific behavior. Electric utilities face numerous challenges related to fast-changing technologies, customer expectations, economics and regulatory landscape. Driven by its vast user base, the CYME team pushes the envelope of its best-ofbreed power system analysis software with the release of CYME 9.0, the first version of a new generation aimed at supporting utilities in their efforts to align their practices with the climate and clean energy goals of the 21st century.
The CYME power system analysis softwareis a robust, comprehensive suite of advanced simulation tools assisting transmission, distribution and industrial power engineers. The CYME suite of applications was designed to help address the complex and emerging challenges of the electrical engineers that support power network planning and operation.
CYME offers an extensive line of Power Engineering Software that feature some of the most advanced analysis tools for transmission, distribution and industrial power systems.The software is readily available for customers' immediate use in planning and engineering applications. The modules available comprise a variety of advanced applications and extensive libraries.
The software suite is composed of: Distribution Network Analysis (CYMDIST), Industrial and Transmission Network Analysis (CYME), Cable Ampacity Calculations (CYMCAP), Protective Device Coordination (CYMTCC), Grounding Grid Analysis (CYMGRD), Power Quality, Arc Flash Hazards Analysis.
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CYME International T&Dis a world-class Power Engineering Solutions provider with an established reputation for customer responsiveness and technical expertise. Our solutions stand behind thousands of T&D projects in over 100 countries around the world.
CYME offers an extensive line of Power Engineering Software that feature some of the most advanced analysis tools for transmission, distribution and industrial power systems. We offer comprehensive services in order for our customers to fully benefit from the CYME applications in their specific IT environment and to address their engineering analysis needs. This includes engineering studies, assistance to integration and comprehensive training.
Product:CYME 9.0
Version:Revision 4 Build 545
Supported Architectures:x64
Languages Supported:multilanguage
System Requirements:PC *
Size:756.2 mb

System requirements
- Operating system: Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10.
- Memory (RAM): 512 MB RAM required.
- Hard Disk Space: Requires 1 GB of free space.
- Processor: Intel Dual Core processor or higher.
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