DAKAR provides calculation of electromechanical transients with the possibility to model synchronous, asynchronous machines, static and dynamic load characteristics (of asynchronous motors), the functioning of any emergency control system device, as well as setup of emergency control system instruments based on a set of cyclic calculations of steady-state and transient processes.
Analysis of transient processes with the estimation of the motion of electric machines within the system, voltage levels, power flows, and relative inter-system bond angles is also possible. Modeling of asynchronous and synchronized machines is realized on the Park-Gorev equations.
Emergency control system modeling is implemented using one of the following methods:
1. universal – for creating logical sequences of conditions of any complexity based on a wide range of simple response conditions.
2. using software – software implementation of certain special types of automation: AUFLS, PSP, and automation of mutual control of turbines.