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dc.contributor.authorSchneider, K.P.-
dc.contributor.authorEngel, D.W.-
dc.contributor.authorChen, Y.-
dc.contributor.authorThompson, S.E.-
dc.contributor.authorChassin, D.P.-
dc.contributor.authorPratt, R.G.-
dc.description.abstractThis model is one of 24 prototypical feeders as well as including limited equipment information. The number of nodes includes only the primary distribution system; there are additional nodes in the secondary system. The secondary system nodes are on the customer side of their service transformer. These are the nodes, and links, that model the connections from the service transformer to the service meters via triplex or other cables. As discussed earlier in section 2.2 the classification process separated the feeders into three voltage classes; 12.47 kV, 25.00 kV, and 35.00 kV. In the actual feeder models it will be seen that voltages other than these three are used. From Tables 3 and 4 it can be seen that within the 12.47 kV cluster there are 12.47 kV and 13.8 kV feeders. This fact is represented in the following feeder descriptions Climate Region 1 Climate region 1 is the West Coast of the United States and is characterized by a temperate climate. Within climate region 1 there are 4 12.47 kV feeder types and 1 25.00 kV feeder type. This feeder is a representation of a moderately populated suburban and lightly populated rural area. This is composed mainly of single family residences with small amounts of light commercial. Approximately 70% of the circuit-feet are overhead and 30% underground. It would not be expected that this feeder is connected to adjacent feeders through normally open switches. Even though there are not adjacent feeders for transferring the load the total feeder loading is low because of the sparse rural loading. In this model an urban substation is feeding a rural load through a long primary circuit. The majority of the load is located relatively distant with respect to the substation.en_US
dc.publisherPacific Northwest National Laboratoryen_US
dc.titlePNNL Taxonomy Feedersen_US
dc.title.alternativeRegion 1 - Feeder 2en_US
dc.typeGrid Model Dataseten_US
grid.loads2830 kWen_US
grid.voltages12.47 kVen_US
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