IEEE 14 bus Test

Introduction

The IEEE 14 Bus Test Case represents a portion of the American Electric Power System (in the Midwestern US) as of February, 1962.

The 14 bus test case does NOT have line limits. Compared to 1990's power systems, it has low base voltages and an overabundance of voltage control capability.

The data was downloaded from the IEEE power systems test case archive at [1].

Single line diagram of the IEEE 14-bus test system

You can send submissions, questions and requests to fglongatt@fglongatt.org.ve.

[1] ‘Power system test case archive’, available at: http://www.ee.washington.edu/research/pstca/

-- IMPORTANT -- Material in the archive is intended for purposes of research and education, not for commercial gain.

tEST cASES

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Scanned Single-Line diagram of the IEEE 14 bus System (56KB JPEG) (Small readable version)

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Downloadable 600 DPI TIFF Single Line Diagram (182KB) (Even more readable)

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IEEE Common Data Format (CDF) [Download] [.txt File]

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DIigSILENT PowerFactory [Download]

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Powerworld [Download]

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Power System Toolbox (PST) [Donwload [Donwload]

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Power System Analysis Toolbox (PSAT) [Download]

 
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