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Topic Title: Power model software
Topic Summary: AMTECH
Created On: 19 December 2009 09:14 PM
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 19 December 2009 09:14 PM
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asmcgeachie

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Joined: 03 October 2006

Hi all
Is anyone aware of Amtech software, we've recenlty purchased a copy from Amtech. I've put a few basic electrical hook ups in to check but the results don't look right to me. It doesnt seem to user friendly to me either.
Its hard to calculate ratios for generator NER, r0/r1 and x0/x1 so need to review books etc to find figures.

Anyone got any experience or views on this software? Is it work looking at any packages such as ETAP?

Regards
Andy

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 21 December 2009 07:43 PM
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dlane

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Hi,

I have only ever used the LV package for Amtech so don't really know how it performs on higher voltage systems. I can't remember ever having too many issues with it, but the installations were quite simple ones.

I have now moved over to Power Tools for Windows, I opted for that package as it gave better reporting facilities that can be customised. You should be able to arrange web demonstrations of each of these packages if you are interested in them.

Kind regards

Donald Lane
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