Here you can check your understanding on SYMDEF, after watching our tutorial on YouTube.
During the video, we showed the example of an AVR exciter, which is described by the following block diagram:
Try to write your own SYMDEF code to describe this AVR exciter and then copy and paste your code in a NEPLAN network, as we showed in the video tutorial.
You can find the network example that we used in the tutorial in our standard examples in the folder: NEPLAN Examples/Dynamic Simulation (RMS and EMT)/Rms Dq0/Userdefined Dynamic Models/UserdefinedAVR.
To verify your solution, you can check the correct SYMDEF code here.