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The development of a generalized static-var system (SVS) model for transient network analyzer (TNA) simulation is described in this paper. The development included the design of a real-time, programmable micro-processor control which allows convenient analysis of any control system characteristics. The hardware was designed so that a wide variety of static-var system configurations could be represented. Control of the static-var system model by the master TNA control computer is also described and an example of the data output is presented.