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INSULATION 1313.2-1999 IEEE Guide for the Application of In ulation !oordination 1999 $ 90.

00 / 68 pp
The calculation method for selection of phase-to-ground and phase-to-phase insulation withstand voltages for equipment is presented. This guide gives methods for insulation coordination of different air-insulated systems like transmission lines and substations. The methods of analysis are illustrated by practical examples.

1313.1-199" IEEE Standard for In ulation !oordination - #efinition $ %rinciple and &ule 199" $90.00 / 20 pp / Web
The procedure for selection of the withstand voltages for equipment phase-to-ground and phase-to-phase insulation systems is specified. A list of standard insulation levels, based on the voltage stress to which the equipment is being exposed, is also identified. This standard applies to three-phase ac systems above 1 k

2'9-1999 IEEE Standard Te t %rocedure for E(aluation of S) te* of In ulation for #r)-T)pe Specialt) and General-%urpo e Tran for*er 1999 $75.00 / 16 pp
A uniform method by which the thermal endurance of electrical insulation systems for dry-type specialty and general-purpose transformers can be compared is established. !overed are insulation systems intended for use in the types of transformers described in "#$A %T 1-1&'' and "#$A %T ()-1&&(.

%1+2, #raft Guide for &eco**ended Electrical !learance and In ulation Le(el in Air In ulated Electrical %o-er Su. tation 1999 /+0.00 1 3+ pp 2++-1991 34ithdra-n5 IEEE &eco**ended %ractice for Electrical I*pedance$ Induction$ and S6in Effect 7eatin8 of %ipeline and 9e el 1991 $113.00 / Web
*ecommended practices are provided for the design, installation, testing, operation and maintenance of impedance, induction, and skin-effect heating systems. Thermal insulation and control and monitoring are addressed. +eneral considerations for heating systems are discussed, covering selection criteria, design guidelines and considerations, power systems, receiving and storage, installation, testing, operations, and maintenance. These aspects are then discussed for each of the above types of systems, along with special considerations particular to each. These recommended practices are intended to apply to the use of these heating systems in general industry. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online.

!3,.32-1929 34ithdra-n5 IEEE Standard for Ga In ulated$ :etal-Enclo ed #i connectin8$ Interrupter$ and Groundin8 S-itche 1929 $95.00 / Web
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. *equirements for switches rated 1(.3 k and above, intended for use in

metal-enclosed, gas-insulated substations, are presented. These switches are characteri4ed by grounded, leak-tight metal enclosures that are filled with a gas 5most commonly sulfur hexafluoride, %678 at some pressure above atmospheric. .ive parts are contained within the housing and insulated therefrom by the gas and by suitable solid insulation that supports the live parts in their proper position. +as-insulated switches are normally electrically connected to and structurally 9oined to other gas-insulated components, such as buses, gas-to-air bushings, circuit breakers, instrument transformers, cable terminations, etc. %witches may be manually or power operated. %ervice conditions, ratings, supporting structures, and nameplates are covered. Testing of disconnecting and grounding switches is covered. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online

12+3-199, #e i8n Guide for I*pro(in8 the Li8htnin8 %erfor*ance of Tran *i ion Line 199, $ 95.00 / 44 pp
The effects of routing, structure type, insulation, shielding, and grounding on transmission lines are discussed. The way these transmission-line choices will improve or degrade lightning performance is also provided. An additional section discusses several special methods that may be used to improve lightning performance. 6inally, a listing and description of the 6.A%: program is presented.

22+-199+ IEEE Standard for Serie !apacitor in %o-er S) te* 199+ $ 77.00 / 40 pp
!apacitors and assemblies of capacitors, insulation means, switching, protective equipment, and control accessories that form a complete bank for inserting in series with a transmission line are applied. /ncluded are requirements for safety rating, and protective device levels. 6unctional requirements for alarm devices, maintenance, design and production tests, and a guide for operation are included. 6unctional requirements for protective devices are addressed, including varistors and bypass gaps.

G&OUN# 1+2-1991 G&EEN ;OO< IEEE &eco**ended %ractice for Groundin8 of Indu trial and !o**ercial %o-er S) te* - Green ;oo6 1991 $ 107.00 / 240 PP / Web
This /### %tandars product is part of the !olor ;ooks family. The problems of system grounding, that is, connection to ground of neutral, of the corner of the delta, or of the midtap of one phase, are covered. The advantages and disadvantages of grounded versus ungrounded systems are discussed. /nformation is given on how to ground the system, where the system should be grounded, and how to select equipment for the grounding of the neutral circuits. !onnecting the frames and enclosures of electric apparatus, such as motors, switchgear, transformers, buses, cables conduits, building frames, and portable equipment, to a ground system is addressed. The fundamentals of making the interconnection or ground-conductor system between electric equipment and the ground rods, water pipes, etc. are outlined. The problems of static electricity5how it is generated, what processes may produce it, how it is measured, and what should be done to prevent its generation or to drain the static charges to earth to prevent sparking5are treated. $ethods of protecting structures against the effects of lightning are also covered. <btaining a low-resistance connection to the earth, use of ground rods, connections to water pipes, etc, are discussed. A separate chapter on sensitive electronic equipment is included.

0021%-1923 IEEE Guide for :ea urin8 Earth &e i ti(it)$ Ground I*pedance$ and Earth Surface %otential of a Ground S) te* %art 1= Nor*al :ea ure*ent 1923

$ 56.00 / 44 pp / Web
The present state of the technique of measuring ground resistance and impedance, earth resistivity, and potential gradients from currents in the earth, and the prediction of the magnitude of ground resistance and potential gradients from scale-model tests are described and discussed. 6actors influencing the choice of instruments and the techniques for various types of measurements are covered. These include the purpose of the measurement, the accuracy required, the type of instruments available, possible sources of error, and the nature of the ground or grounding system under test. The intent is to assist the engineer or technician in obtaining and interpreting accurate, reliable data. The test procedures described promote the safety of personnel and property and prevent interference with the operation of neighboring facilities.

!3,.101-1993 IEEE Guide for Generator Ground %rotection 1993 $ 101.00 / Web / pp
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. +uidance in the application of relays and relaying schemes for protection against stator ground faults on high-impedance grounded generators is provided. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online.

3",-199" &eco**ended %ractice for #eter*inin8 the Electric %o-er Station Ground %otential &i e and Induced 9olta8e fro* a %o-er >ault 199" $ 138.00 / 144 pp / Web
+uidance for the calculation of power station ground potential rise 5+2*8 and longitudinal induction 5./8 voltages is provided, as well as guidance for their appropriate reduction from worst-case values, for use in metallic telecommunication protection design

!"2.92.+-1991 IEEE Guide for the Application of Neutral Groundin8 in Electrical Utilit) S) te* $ %art I9-#i tri.ution 1991 $ 122.00 / Web / pp
The neutral grounding of single- and three-phase ac electric utility primary distribution systems with nominal voltages in the range of (.=--0=.3 k is addressed. !lasses of distribution systems grounding are defined. ;asic considerations in distribution system grounding--concerning economics, control of temporary overvoltages, control of ground-fault currents, and ground relaying--are addressed. Also considered are use of grounding transformers, grounding of highvoltage neutral of wye>delta distribution transformers, and interconnection of primary and secondary neutrals of distribution transformers.

23,-1929 IEEE Standard for ?ualif)in8 %er*anent !onnection Su. tation Groundin8 1992 $ 117.00 / Web / pp

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?irections and methods for qualifying permanent connections used for substation grounding are provided. 2articular attention is given to the connectors used within the grid system, connectors used to 9oin ground leads to the grid system, and connectors used to 9oin the ground leads to equipment and structures. The purpose is to give assurance to the user that connectors meeting the requirements of this standard will perform in a satisfactory manner over the lifetime of the installation provided, that the proper connectors are selected for the application and that they are installed correctly. 2arameters for testing grounding connections on aluminum, copper, steel, copper-clad steel, galvani4ed steel, stainless steel, and stainless-clad steel are addressed. 2erformance criteria are established, test procedures are provided, and mechanical, current--temperature cycling, free4e--thaw, corrosion, and fault-current tests are specified. ,ou

will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online.

!"2.92.1-1929 34ithdra-n5 IEEE Guide for the Application of Neutral Groundin8 in Electrical Utilit) S) te* $ %art 1 - Introduction 192, $ 66.00 / Web
%ome basic considerations for the selection of neutral grounding parameters thatwill provide for the control of ground-fault current and overvoltage on all portions of three-phase electric utility systems are presented. These considerations apply specifically to electric utility systems and do not recogni4e the neutral grounding requirements for dispersed storage and generation. They are intended to serve as an introduction to a series of standards on neutral grounding in electrical utility systems. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online.

!"2.92.3-1993 IEEE Guide for the Application of Neutral Groundin8 in Electrical Utlitit) S) te* $ %art III-Generator Au@iliar) S) te* 1993 $ 90.00 / 30 pp / Web
;asic factors and general considerations in selecting the class and means of neutral grounding for electrical generating plant auxiliary power systems are given in this guide. Apparatus to be used to achieve the desired grounding are suggested, and methods to specify the grounding devices are given. %ensitivity and selectivity of equipment ground-fault protection as affected by selection of the neutral grounding device are discussed, with examples.

399-199, ;&O4N ;OO< IEEE &eco**ended %ractice for %o-er S) te* Anal) i - ;ro-n ;oo6 199, $ 143.00 / 488 pp / Web
This /### %tandars product is part of the !olor ;ooks family. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online. Today@s intensely competitive business environment forces plant and building management to be very aware of the total owning cost of power distribution systems. 6urthermore, these managers demand assurance of maximum return on capital investments in the power system. 2ower system studies are used to ensure that this maximum return is achieved, and the /### ;rown ;ook is a valuable source of information about the purposes of, and techniques involved in, power system studies. The /### ;rown ;ook ties together the essential fundamentals of power system studiesA the most common studies for design or operation of a power systemA and basic computational methods, including key information on the various types of computer systems and their requirements. ;y combining field experience in power system engineering with computer systems, engineers can perform detailed studies on both existing and proposed power systems. The planning, design, and operation of industrial and commercial power systems require several studies to assist in the evaluation of initial and future system performance, system reliability, safety, and the ability to grow with production and>or operating requirements. The power system analyses discussed in the /### ;rown ;ook can help answer many questions about an existing system, such as the impact of expansion, the stability of the system, and the load distribution of the system. !hapters are devoted to different types of studies, and also include guidance on the preparation for these studies. %ome of the studies discussed areB load flow studies, short-circuit studies, stability studies, motor starting studies, harmonic analysis studies, switching transient studies, reliability studies, cable ampacity studies, ground mat studies, coordination studies, and dc auxiliary power system analyses As a result of focusing on computer studies, the /### ;rown ;ook, in con9unction with other /### !olor ;ooks, helps engineers ensure high standards of power system reliability, while maximi4ing the utili4ation of capital investment.

&ELAA !3,.113-1999 IEEE Guide for %rotecti(e &ela) Application toTran *i ion Line IEEE Guide for %rotecti(e &ela) Application to Tran *i ion Line 1999 $ 93.00 / Web / pp
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. This newly developed guide compiles information on the application considerations of protective relays to ac transmission lines. The guide describes accepted transmission line protection schemes and the different electrical system parameters and situations that affect their application. /ts purpose is to provide a reference for the selection of relay schemes and to assist less experienced protective relaying engineers in their application.

!3,.90-1929 IEEE Standard for &ela) and &ela) S) te* A Electric %o-er Apparatu 1929 $ 84.00 / 12 pp / Web

ociated -ith

This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. This standard applies to relay systems that protect and control apparatus that generate, and distribute and use electric power. This standard defines service conditions and specifies relay performance requirements and performance information that relay manufacturers shall provide.

!3,.9,-19,9 IEEE Guide for %rotecti(e &ela) Application S) te* ;u e 19,9 $ 90.00 / Web / pp

to %o-er

This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. The effective application of relays for protection of power system electrical buses is addressed. !ommon bus arrangements and some special arrangements used in the -nited %tates are coveredA not all bus protection systems or all possible bus arrangements are included. 6actors that determine the need and type of bus protection, and basic principles of bus protection operation are discussed. *elay input sources are covered. ;us protection systems and common bus arrangements with relay input sources are described. Also discussed are current transformer locations, wiring and grounding, location of the bus on the system, bus construction, problems associated with switching and bypassing, auxiliary tripping relays, reclosing of breakers after a bus differential operation, testing of bus differential relaying, and bus backup protection.

!3,.90.1-1929 IEEE Standard Sur8e 4ith tand !apa.ilit) 3S4!5 Te t for %rotecti(e &ela) and &ela) S) te* 1929 $ 83.00 / 16 pp / Web
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. ?esign tests intended for protective relays and relay systems, including those incorporating digital processors, are specified. The tests are intended to be applied to a complete relay system under simulated operating conditions. <scillatory and fast transient testwave shapes and characteristics are defined. The equipment to be tested and the test conditions are described, and the points of application of the test wave are shown. Acceptance is defined, and the requisite test data are specified.

!3,.90.1-2002 IEEE Standard Sur8e 4ith tand !apa.ilit) 3S4!5 Te t for &ela) and &ela) S) te* A ociated -ith Electric %o-er Apparatu 2002 $ 78.00 / 44 pp / Web

This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. ?esign tests intended for protective relays and relay systems, including those incorporating digital processors, are specified. The tests are intended to be applied to a complete relay system under simulated operating conditions. <scillatory and fast transient testwave shapes and characteristics are defined. The equipment to be tested and the test conditions are described, and the points of application of the test wave are shown. Acceptance is defined, and the requisite test data are specified.

!3,.90.3-2001 IEEE Standard Electro tatic #i char8e Te t for %rotecti(e &ela) 2001 $ 55.00 / 24 pp / Web
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. AbstractB This standard describes test procedure, test point selection, test level, and acceptance criteria for repeatable electrostatic discharge immunity evaluations for tabletop and floor-standing protective relay equipment. %imulator characteristics for hand>metal #%? testing are specified for both the air and contact discharge methods. This standard has been harmoni4ed with other #%? standards where consensus could be reached. CeywordsB air discharge, contact discharge, coupling plane, direct application, electrostatic discharge 5#%?8, indirect application, protective relay

!3,.91-2000 IEEE Guide for %rotecti(e &ela) Application Tran for*er 2000 $ 89.00 / 85 pp / Web

to %o-er

This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. The protection of power transformers is coveredAvarious electrical protection schemes are exploredAand guidelines are given for the application of these schemes to transformers.Alternative detection methods including mechanical,thermal,and gas analysis are discussed.

9,9-199+ IEEE Guide for Su. tation >ire %rotection 199+ $ 72.00 / 32 pp
+uidance is provided to substation engineers in determining the design, equipment, and practices deemed necessary for the fire protection of substations. A list of publications that can be used to acquire more detailed information for specific substations or substation components is presented

!3,.112-199" IEEE Standard In(er e-Ti*e !haracteri tic EBuation O(ercurrent &ela) 199" $ 86.00 / 20 pp / Web

for

This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. The inverse-time characteristics of overcurrent relays are defined in this standard. <perating equations and allowances are provided in the standard. The standard defines an integral equation for microprocessor relays that ensures coordination not only in the case of constant current input but for any current condition of varying magnitude. #lectromechanical inverse-time overcurrent relay reset characteristics are defined in the event that designers of microprocessor based relays and computer relays want to match the reset characteristics of the electromechanical relays.

!3,.9"-2000 IEEE Guide for A! :otor %rotection 2000 $ 86.00 / 112 pp / Web

This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. +uidance in applying relay protection to squirrel-cage and wound-rotor induction motors and synchronous motors is provided. The generally accepted forms of motor protection are reviewed, and the use of relays and devices, singly and in combination, is summari4ed so that the user can select the necessary equipment to obtain adequate motor protection. This guide is concerned primarily with the protection of three-phase integral horsepower motors and variable-speed motors where specifically indicated. /t does not detail the protective requirements of all motors in every situation. The recommendations are of a general nature, designed to cover the usual or typical motor installations.

!3,.102-199' IEEE Guide for A! Generator %rotection 199' $ 105.00 / 112 pp / Web
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. A review of the generally accepted forms of relay protection for the synchronous generator and its excitation system is presented. This guide is primarily concerned with protection against faults and abnormal operating conditions for large hydraulic, steam and conbustion-turbine generators.

!',.13.1-1921 IEEE Guide for >ield Te tin8 of &ela)in8 !urrent Tran for*er 1921 $ 90.00 / Web / pp
This /### %tandards product is part of the !31 family on 2ower ?istribution and *egulating Transformers. A description is given of field-test methods that will ensure that the current transformers used as a source of relay input current are connected properly, are of marked ratio and polarity, and are in condition to perform as designed both initially and after a period of service. The standard covers safety considerationsA current transformer types and construction and the effect of these on test methodsA insulation resistance testsA ratio testsA polarity checkA winding and lead resistance 5internal resistance8A excitation testsA burden measurementsA and speciali4ed situations. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online.

INSULATION 2+2-192" ;U>> ;OO< IEEE &eco**ended %ractice for %rotection and !oordination of Indu trial and !o**ercial %o-er S) te* - ;uff ;oo6 192" $ 105.00 / Web
This /### %tandars product is part of the !olor ;ooks family. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online. %ystem protection and coordination serve to minimi4e damage to a system and its components, thereby limiting the extent and duration of any service interruption occurring on any portion of the system. The /### ;uff ;ook deals with the proper selection, application, and coordination of the components that constitute system protection for industrial plants and commercial buildings. The /### ;uff ;ook presents complete information on protection and coordination principles designed to protect industrial and commercial power systems against any abnormalities that could reasonably be expected to occur during the course of system operation. The information is arranged in a convenient step-by-step format for easy comprehension. /t is a valuable sourcebook for use at the system design stage, as well as in the modification of existing operations for better system protection. The /### ;uff ;ook supports the goal of system protection by efficiently isolating and removing problems. /n achieving this goal, certain design features must be utili4ed. <ne of the main design features involves the rapid isolation of the affected portion of the system, while maintaining normal operation elsewhere. Another design feature reduces the short-circuit current to minimi4e damage to the system, its components, and the utili4ation equipment it supplies. ,et another design feature provides alternate circuits, automatic throwovers, and

automatic reclosing devices. These design features for system protection are the focus of the /### ;uff ;ook.

,,"-1992 IEEE &eco**ended %ractice for Inducti(e !oordination of Electric Suppl) and !o**unication Line $ 120.00 / 64 pp
The inductive environment that exists in the vicinity of electric power and wire-line telecommunications systems and the interfering effects that may be produced are addressed. An interface that permits either party, without need to involve the other, to verify the induction at the interface by use of a probe wire is presented. This recommended practice does not apply to railway signal circuits.

2+2-2001 ;U>> ;OO< IEEE &eco**ended %ractice for %rotection and !oord. of Indu trial and !o**ercial %o-er S) te* - IEEE ;uff ;oo6C 2001 $ 140.00 / 710 pp / Web
This /### %tandars product is part of the !olor ;ooks family. %ystem protection and coordination serve to minimi4e damage to a system and its components, thereby limiting the extent and duration of any service interruption occurring on any portion of the system. The /### ;uff ;ook deals with the proper selection, application, and coordination of the components that constitute system protection for industrial plants and commercial buildings. The /### ;uff ;ook presents complete information on protection and coordination principles designed to protect industrial and commercial power systems against any abnormalities that could reasonably be expected to occur during the course of system operation. The information is arranged in a convenient step-by-step format for easy comprehension. /t is a valuable sourcebook for use at the system design stage, as well as in the modification of existing operations for better system protection. The /### ;uff ;ook supports the goal of system protection by efficiently isolating and removing problems. /n achieving this goal, certain design features must be utili4ed. <ne of the main design features involves the rapid isolation of the affected portion of the system, while maintaining normal operation elsewhere. Another design feature reduces the short-circuit current to minimi4e damage to the system, its components, and the utili4ation equipment it supplies. ,et another design feature provides alternate circuits, automatic throwovers, and automatic reclosing devices. These design features for system protection are the focus of the /### ;uff ;ook.

113,-1991 IEEE Guide for the I*ple*entation of Inducti(e !oordination :iti8ation TechniBue and Application 1991 $ 104.00 / 40 pp / Web
2rovides guidance for controlling or modifying the inductive environment and the susceptibility of affected wire line telecommunications facilities in order to operate within the acceptable levels of steady-state or surge induced voltages of the environmental interface 5probe wire8 defined by /### %td 117-1&'1. 2rocedures for determining the source of the problem are given. $itigation theory and philosophy are discussed, and mitigation devices are described. The application of typical mitigation apparatus and techniques and installation, maintenance, and inspection of mitigation apparatus are addressed. Advice for determining the best engineering solution is offered, and general safety considerations are discussed.

!',.109-1993 IEEE #uration 1993 $ 93.00 / Web / pp

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This /### %tandards product is part of the !31 family on 2ower ?istribution and *egulating Transformers. *ecommendations believed essential for the application of overcurrent protective

devices applied to limit the exposure time of transformers to short-circuit current are set forth. Transformer coordination curves are presented for four categories of transformers. There is no intent to imply overload capability

%&OTE!TION !3,.99-2000 IEEE Guide for the %rotection of Shunt !apacitor ;an6 2000 $ 98.00 / 108 pp / Web
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. This standard assists in the effective application of relays and other devices for the protection of shunt capacitors used in substations. /t covers the protective considerations, along with recommended and alternate methods of protection for the most commonly used capacitor bank configurations. !apacitor bank design tradeoffs are also discussed. This guide covers protection of filter tanks and very large #: capacitor banks, but does not include a discussion of pole-mounted capacitor banks on distribution circuits or application of capacitors connected to rotating apparatus. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online.

13,'-1992 IEEE Guide for %rotection of Stationar) ;atter) S) te* 1992 $ 92.00 / 68 pp / Web
,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online. +uidance in the protection of stationary battery systems is provided. 6or the purposes of this guide, stationary battery systems include the battery and dc components to and including the Drst protective device downstream of the battery terminals. This guide does not set requirementsA rather, it presents a number of options to the dc system designer of the different types of stationary battery system protection available

!3,.109-1922 IEEE Guide for the %rotection of Shunt &eactor 1922 $ 152.00 / Web / pp
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. This standard discusses the protection of shunt reactors used typically to compensate for capacitive shunt reactance of transmission lines. The more common circuit arrangements and protective relaying schemes presently in use are discussed and illustrated. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online.

!3,.91-2000 IEEE Guide for %rotecti(e &ela) Application Tran for*er 2000 $ 89.00 / 85 pp / Web

to %o-er

This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. The protection of power transformers is coveredAvarious electrical protection schemes are exploredAand guidelines are given for the application of these schemes to transformers.Alternative detection methods including mechanical,thermal,and gas analysis are discussed.

!3,.102-2002 IEEE Guide for the %rotection of Net-or6 Tran for*er 2002 $ 78.00 / 44 pp / Web
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays.

10+"-1991 IEEE Application Guide for #i tri.uted #i8ital !ontrol and :onitorin8 for %o-er %lant 1991 $ 116.00 / 112 pp / Web
Alternate approaches to applying a digital control system, for both new construction and existing plant moderni4ation pro9ects, are described, and their advantages and disadvantages are compared. !riteria to be used to 9udge the suitability of commercially available systems for use in the power generation industry are provided. Terminology is defined, and the ob9ectives of distributed control and monitoring systems are described. The following system application issues are addressedB integrated versus segregated systems functional and geographic distribution, hierarchical architecture and automation, control and protection functions, input>output systems, environmental considerations, and documentation. The data communications structure and the functions that support it are considered. ?ata acquisition and monitoring 5the man>machine interfaces8 are discussed. *eliability, availability, and fault tolerance of distributed control and monitoring systems are addressed.

!3,.113-1999 IEEE Guide for %rotecti(e &ela) Application toTran *i ion Line IEEE Guide for %rotecti(e &ela) Application to Tran *i ion Line 1999 $ 93.00 / Web / pp
This /### %tandards product is part of the !01 family on %witchgear, %ubstations and 2rotective *elays. This newly developed guide compiles information on the application considerations of protective relays to ac transmission lines. The guide describes accepted transmission line protection schemes and the different electrical system parameters and situations that affect their application. /ts purpose is to provide a reference for the selection of relay schemes and to assist less experienced protective relaying engineers in their application.

9+"-1992 IEEE &eco**ended %ractice for the #e i8n of #! Au@iliar) %o-er S) te* for Generatin8 Station 1992 $ 98.00 / Web / pp
+uidance for the design of the dc auxiliary power systems for nuclear and large fossil-fueled power generating stations is provided. The components of the dc auxiliary power system, including lead storage batteries, static battery chargers, and distribution equipment are addressed. +uidance for selecting the quantity and types of equipment, the equipment ratings, interconnections, instrumentation, control and protection is also provided. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online

103"-1992 IEEE Guide for Application of Shunt %o-er !apacitor 1992 $ 114.00 / Web / pp
+uidelines for the application protection, and ratings of equipment for the safe and reliable utili4ation of shunt power capacitors are provided. This guide applies to the use of 3) and 7) :4 shunt power capacitors rated (=)) ac and above, and assemblies of capacitors. Applications that range from simple unit utili4ation to complex bank situations are covered. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online.

'2'-1992 IEEE Guide for the #e i8n and In tallation of !a.le S) te* in Su. tation 1992 $ 95.00 / Web / pp
+uidance for the design, installation, and protection of wire and cable systems in substations with the ob9ective of minimi4ing cable failures and their consequences is provided. The design of wire and cable systems in generating stations is not covered

'2+A-1993 IEEE Guide to Groundin8 #urin8 the In tallation of O(erhead Tran *i ion Line !onductor 1993 $ 111.00 / Web / pp
The design, installation, and protection of wire and cable systems in substations are considered, with the ob9ective of minimi4ing failures and their consequences. The purpose is to give direction to the substation engineer in established practices for the application and installation of metallic cables in electric power transmission and distribution substations. This guide emphasi4es reliable electrical service during the design life of the substation. /t does not apply to wire and cable systems in generating stations. ,ou will receive an email from !ustomer %ervice with the -*. needed to access this publication online.