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4.4.Coordinator(s)


The MMWG Coordinator(s) represent the contractor(s) who create, update, and maintain the series of power flow and dynamics cases and the SDDB for the MMWG. The MMWG coordinator activities are divided into power flow and dynamics areas and can be handled by different contractors. The Dynamics Coordinator is required to deliver copies of the SDDB to the MMWG Regional Coordinators. Therefore, the specific database software used shall be transportable and executable on the MMWG member computer platforms that only require a purchase of an inexpensive database software package or a nominal licensing fee.
The Power Flow Coordinator is responsible for creating the power flow base case series. Included among the specific duties of the Power Flow Coordinator are the following:

  1. Help prepare time schedules for each MMWG function for approval by MMWG.

  2. Request data from Regional Coordinators and maintain the time schedule determined by the Group for each major MMWG effort.

  3. Prepare and distribute progress reports to Regional representatives at regular intervals during periods of significant MMWG activities and for each scheduled MMWG meeting.

  4. Apprise the MMWG Chairman of the status of the MMWG effort and the actions of the various Regions.

  5. Apprise the MMWG chairman of the status of coordinator activities performed for the MMWG.

  6. Contact the appropriate Regional Coordinator should any problems develop with data sets, such as not conforming to MMWG computational facility requirements and guidelines, or requiring special processing.

  7. Maintain direct supervision over the Regional Coordinators' review of the base models and take appropriate measures to expedite the successful completion of this task. Determine, with consultation if necessary, whether an additional calculation of a merged and solved case should be attempted if revisions would not affect the solution beyond a very local area.

  8. Exercise direct supervision over any change made at the computational facility to any solved case.

  9. Verify the data for the unique eighteen-character bus name and voltage for the following components: all generator buses, and all tie lines buses. Any discrepancies are to be returned to the Regional representatives for correction.

  10. Coordinate with the Regional Coordinators and the Dynamics Coordinator to resolve any discrepancies between the power flow data and the SDDB data.

  11. Coordinate with the Regional Coordinators to incorporate improvements in the power flow data.

  12. Provide to the MMWG the final power flow cases, only after the MMWG has approved the finalization of the cases.

  13. Allocate DC Line numbers, FACTS device numbers and Transformer Correction Table numbers to the requesting Regional Coordinators.

  14. Provide to the MMWG an annual final report that summarizes the efforts of the coordinator, including all modifications that were made to the MMWG power flow along with recommendations for improvements.

  15. Assist the MMWG in the creation and revision of the MMWG Procedural Manual.


The Dynamics Coordinator is responsible for updating the SDDB and creating the approved dynamics simulation cases annually. Included among the specific duties of the Dynamics Coordinator are the following:


  1. Help prepare time schedules for each SDDB and dynamics simulation case update.

  2. Request data from Regional Coordinators and maintain the time schedule determined by the Group for each major MMWG effort.

  3. Prepare and distribute progress reports to Regional representatives at regular intervals during periods of significant MMWG activities and for each scheduled MMWG meeting.

  4. Apprise the MMWG Chairman of the status of the MMWG effort and the actions of the various Councils.

  5. Apprise the MMWG chairman of the status of coordinator activities performed for the MMWG.

  6. Contact the appropriate Regional Coordinator should any problems develop with data sets, such as not conforming to MMWG computational facility requirements and guidelines or requiring special processing.

  7. Exercise direct supervision over any change made at the computational facility to any solved model.

  8. Coordinate with the Regional Coordinators and the Power Flow Coordinator to resolve any discrepancies between the power flow data and the SDDB data.

  9. Coordinate with the Regional Coordinators to incorporate improvements in the SDDB.

  10. After the MMWG has approved the dynamics cases for finalization, provide to the MMWG the final SDDB, the power flow cases, the converted power flow cases, and the corresponding PSSTME DYDA, CONEC, and CONET files in accordance with the guidelines specified in Section 9.5 of this document.

  11. Provide to the MMWG an annual final report that summarizes the efforts of the contractor, including all modifications that were made to the MMWG power flow and dynamics data along with recommendations for the SDDB improvements.

  12. Assist the MMWG in the creation and revision of the MMWG Procedural Manual.



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