Shunt

Create Function

pandapower.create_shunt(net, bus, q_kvar, p_kw=0.0, vn_kv=None, step=1, name=None, in_service=True, index=None)

Creates a shunt element

INPUT:

net (pandapowerNet) - The pandapower network in which the element is created

bus - bus number of bus to whom the shunt is connected to

p_kw - shunt active power in kW at v= 1.0 p.u.

q_kvar - shunt susceptance in kVAr at v= 1.0 p.u.

OPTIONAL:

vn_kv (float, None) - rated voltage of the shunt. Defaults to rated voltage of connected bus

step (int, 1) - step of shunt with which power values are multiplied

name (str, None) - element name

in_service (boolean, True) - True for in_service or False for out of service

index (int, None) - Force a specified ID if it is available. If None, the index one higher than the highest already existing index is selected.

OUTPUT:
index (int) - The unique ID of the created shunt
EXAMPLE:
create_shunt(net, 0, 20)
pandapower.create_shunt_as_capacitor(net, bus, q_kvar, loss_factor, **kwargs)

Creates a shunt element representing a capacitor bank.

INPUT:

net (pandapowerNet) - The pandapower network in which the element is created

bus - bus number of bus to whom the shunt is connected to

q_kvar (float) - reactive power of the capacitor bank at rated voltage

loss_factor (float) - loss factor tan(delta) of the capacitor bank

**kwargs are passed to the create_shunt function

OUTPUT:
index (int) - The unique ID of the created shunt

Input Parameters

net.shunt

Parameter Datatype Value Range Explanation
name string   name of the shunt
bus* integer   index of bus where the impedance starts
p_kw* float \(\geq\) 0 shunt active power in kW at v= 1.0 p.u.
q_kvar* float   shunt reactive power in kvar at v= 1.0 p.u.
vn_kv* float \(>\) 0 rated voltage of the shunt element
step* integer \(\geq\) 1 step position of the shunt
in_service* boolean True / False specifies if the shunt is in service.

*necessary for executing a power flow calculation.

Electric Model

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The power values are given at \(v = 1\) pu and are scaled linearly with the number of steps:

\begin{align*} \underline{S}_{shunt, ref} &= (p\_kw + j \cdot q\_kvar) \cdot step \end{align*}

Since \(\underline{S}_{shunt, ref}\) is the apparent power at the nominal voltage, we know that:

\begin{align*} \underline{Y}_{shunt} = \frac{\underline{S}_{shunt, ref}}{vn\_kv^2} \end{align*}

Converting to the per unit system results in:

\begin{align*} \underline{y}_{shunt} &= \frac{\underline{S}_{shunt, ref}}{V_{N}^2} \cdot Z_{N}\\ &= \frac{\underline{S}_{shunt, ref}}{V_{N}^2} \cdot \frac{V_{N}^2}{S_{N}} \\ &= \frac{S_{shunt, ref}}{S_{N}} \end{align*}

with the reference values for the per unit system as defined in Unit Systems and Conventions.

Result Parameters

net.res_shunt

Parameter Datatype Explanation
p_kw float shunt active power consumption [kW]
q_kvar float shunt reactive power consumption [kVAr]
vm_pu float voltage magnitude at shunt bus [pu]
\begin{align*} p\_kw &= Re(\underline{v}_{bus} \cdot \underline{i}_{shunt}) \\ q\_kvar &= Im(\underline{v}_{bus} \cdot \underline{i}_{shunt}) \\ vm\_pu &= v_{bus} \end{align*}