Geographic information and fuel types are available in synthetic electric grid models. Key to synthesize PMU data is to represent, but not limited to: 1) geographic and temporal variations in generation and demand sides; 2) system operation and control; 3) Noise signals. We are currently in progress to generate more data under various scenarios and further improve/validate the generated results. More details will come soon. If you have any questions on synthetic PMU data , please contact Ti Xu.
ACTIVSg2000: 2000 bus synthetic grid on footprint of Texas – TS GMD OPF MOV PMU
There are multiple files, each of which contains 1-hour synthetic PMU data of specific areas using the ACTIVSg2000 model.
IEEE COMTRADE (2013) format
ACTIVSg2000 – Coast Part A ACTIVSg2000 – Coast Part B
ACTIVSg2000 – Far West
ACTIVSg2000 – West
ACTIVSg2000 – East
ACTIVSg2000 – North Central Part A ACTIVSg2000 – North Central Part B
ACTIVSg2000 – North
ACTIVSg2000 – South Central Part A ACTIVSg2000 – South Central Part B
ACTIVSg2000 – South