Generator As Is Study Data Generator As Built Data Form Checklist Generator As Built Data Sheet One-line drawing showing: Generator Unit(s) GSU (transformers) Breakers Point of Interconnection Generator or wind turbine model selected Operating Restrictions or Procedures For traditional generators also provide Generator performance curves Reactive Capability Curve (D-Curve) Generator Saturation Curve Vee Curve Exciter Model and Block Diagram Governor Model and Block Diagram Power system stabilizer model and block diagram For wind generators also provide Wind turbine model for PSS/E Modeling Generator Saturation Curve Data Requirements for PJM RTEP As Built Data Note: Changes to machine capabilities or in-service dates as originally submitted with the Feasibility Study Agreement (PJM Open Access Transmission Tariff Attachment N) or the System Impact Study Agreement (PJM Open Access Transmission Tariff Attachment N-1) must be formally communicated to the appropriate PJM project manager. This form is to submit data for proper modeling of your respective Queue Project in the Facilities Study phase as well as submissions to be utilized in subsequent modeling required during the RTEP process. This form is also used for existing generators who are increasing their capacity rights or who have changed their machine/GSU data. The data that is submitted is required to perform the power flow, short circuit and dynamic simulation analyses which are necessary for the studies discussed above. PJM uses the following programs to perform the Impact Analysis: PSS/E from PTI, Inc. (power flow and dynamic simulation) Aspen from Advanced Systems for Power Engineering, Inc. (short circuit)) Minimum requirement fields are indicated by * All data must be provided on an individual unit basis. For example, a combined cycle plant with two identical Combustion Turbines (CT) and one Steam Turbine (ST) would have two submissions of the data request form. One submission for the CT and one submission for the ST. PJM understands that any data you had provided for previous studies may have been typical data for a proposed project. However, now, PJM requires that you submit unit specific As Built Data for use in all future reliability studies. In addition, please provide models for the Excitations System(s), Power System Stabilizer(s), prime mover governor(s), etc. For each piece of electrically dynamic equipment (rotating or static) to be represented in the simulation, a PSS/E model must be used as part of the reliability studies. A list of models in the PSS/E dynamics library is located in an Appendix at the end of this form. Please indicate the appropriate models to be used in the simulation of each piece of equipment at the facility to be modeled. If you are unable to locate the appropriate model in the Appendix, please contact the individual designated at the top of this form for assistance in determining if an existing model may be used. If no model is available in the Appendix which can be used for a piece of equipment, you must obtain a PSS/E model (or equivalent as allowed by the individual designated at the top of this form) from the manufacturer of the piece of equipment. Please note that many of the parameters needed for constructing the model are available from the manufacturer’s commissioning studies and tests. If a PSS/E model cannot be obtained for a particular piece of equipment, you must submit a Control/Block Diagram for the piece of equipment. Any additional controls installed for excitation systems, stabilizers, turbine governors, as well as excitation limiters, compensator settings, etc. must be provided. Generator MW Model Queue AC2 is a transitional five-month long queue that will conclude on March 31, 2017. Added costs associated with attachment submissions in Month 6 do not apply to this queue. On April 1, 2017, the queues will resume six-month durations.