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DS/EN 50633 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS – FIXED INSTALLATIONS – PROTECTION PRINCIPLES FOR AC AND DC ELECTRIC TRACTION SYSTEMS Organization: DS
Date: 2016-08-22
Description: It does not apply to: - underground mine traction systems; - cranes, transportable platforms and similar transportation equipment on rails, temporary structures (e.g. exhibition structures) in so far as these are not supplied directly or via transformers from the contact line system and are not endangered by the traction power supply system; - suspended cable cars; - funicular railways; - magnetic levitated systems (without a contact line system); - railways with an inductive power supply without contact system; - railways with a buried contact system that is required to be energized only below the train to ensure safety.
CENELEC - EN 50633 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIXED INSTALLATIONS - PROTECTION PRINCIPLES FOR AC AND DC ELECTRIC TRACTION SYSTEMS Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2016-08-01
Description: It does not apply to: – underground mine traction systems; – cranes, transportable platforms and similar transportation equipment on rails, temporary structures (e.g. exhibition structures) in so far as these are not supplied directly or via transformers from the contact line system and are not endangered by the traction power supply system; – suspended cable cars; – funicular railways; – magnetic levitated systems (without a contact line system); – railways with an inductive power supply without contact system; – railways with a buried contact system that is required to be energized only below the train to ensure safety.
SAE/TP - 2009-01-2588 - INTEGRATION OF THERMAL CONTROL ELECTRONICS AND MONITORING FUNCTIONS IN A MULTIFUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2009-07-12
Description: The monitoring subsystem is a Dallas USB/1-Wire bus interface that is able to read a chain of temperature sensors distributed throughout the panel with a single flat cable with two copper strips. A DC/DC converting subsystem feeds three heaters directly integrated on the flex circuit.
DSF/EN 50174-3/FPRA1 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – CABLING INSTALLATION – PART 3: INSTALLATION PLANNING AND PRACTICES OUTSIDE BUILDINGS Organization: DS
Description: This European Standard: 1) details the considerations for satisfactory installation and operation of information technology cabling; 2) excludes specific requirements applicable to other cabling systems (e.g. power supply cabling); however, it takes account of the effects other cabling systems may have on the installation of information technology cabling (and vice versa) and gives general advice; 3) excludes those aspects of installation associated with the transmission o ...
CENELEC - EN 50174-3 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - CABLING INSTALLATION - PART 3: INSTALLATION PLANNING AND PRACTICES OUTSIDE BUILDINGS Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2013-10-01
Description: The planning of the pathway systems, spaces and structures within the core and access network cabling as described in Figure 2 that are owned by access providers is excluded except for requirements and recommendations that provide basic safety, function and environmental objectives for mechanical, ingress and climatic characteristics (i.e. excluding pathway dimensions, distribution of spaces and similar constraints based on specific transmission methods).
CEI EN 50174-3 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - CABLING INSTALLATION PART 3: INSTALLATION PLANNING AND PRACTICES OUTSIDE BUILDINGS Organization: CEI
Date: 2014-11-01
Description: The planning of the pathway systems, spaces and structures within the core and access network cabling as described in Figure 2 that are owned by access providers is excluded except for requirements and recommendations that provide basic safety, function and environmental objectives for mechanical, ingress and climatic characteristics (i.e. excluding pathway dimensions, distribution of spaces and similar constraints based on specific transmission methods).
ATIS 0600328 - PROTECTION OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS LINKS FROM PHYSICAL STRESS AND RADIATION EFFECTS AND ASSOCIATED REQUIREMENTS FOR DC POWER SYSTEMS (A BASELINE STANDARD) Organization: ATIS
Date: 2007-07-01
Description: The terminations of the links in environmentally controlled structures and their power sources are included, but the structures themselves and their contents are excluded.
LUL - S1114 - SAFE SYSTEMS OF WORK ON OR NEAR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - ISSUE A2 Organization: LUL
Date: 2011-12-01
Description: For work on or adjacent to high voltage or lead sheathed DC cables in particular the purpose of this Standard is to ensure as far as practicable that: a) Persons working on London Underground (LU) premises do not expose themselves, or others, directly or indirectly to hazards arising from the presence of HV or LV power cables (including those for DC traction) as a consequence of the works they are undertaking; b) Existing power cable assets are adequately protected against physical damage when work is undertaken adjacent to them.
DNVGL-RP-0423 - MANUFACTURING AND COMMISSIONING OF OFFSHORE SUBSTATIONS Organization: DNVGL
Date: 2016-03-01
Description: The manufacturing, testing and commissioning of array power cables and export power cables including their termination on the OSS are not part of the scope.
IEEE 384 - CRITERIA FOR INDEPENDENCE OF CLASS 1E EQUIPMENT AND CIRCUITS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2008-09-26
Description: A request for proposed revision from the DC Auxiliary Power Working Group (Nuclear Power Subcommittee of the Power Generation Committee) was received regarding the use of fuses as isolation devices in power circuits.
NACE TM0109 - ABOVEGROUND SURVEY TECHNIQUES FOR THE EVALUATION OF UNDERGROUND PIPELINE COATING CONDITION - ITEM NO. 21254 Organization: NACE
Date: 2009-03-21
Description: The items in the list are not intended to address all possible variables that may affect applicability of a technique to a specific pipe section: Pipeline diameter and pipe-wall thickness, fluid transmitted, temperature, direction of flow, and operating pressure; Pipeline coating type, age, and whether pipeline/sections are under concrete; Route maps and cathodic protection records, when available; Whether or not in-line inspection (ILI) correlation point locations are used together with global positioning system (GPS) information to compare known aboveground and underground survey data; Pipeline depth-of-cover and soil type; Whether or not the pipeline section is under frozen ground; Right-of-way (ROW) condition, including ground cover above the pipeline such as pavement, concrete, wetlands, bodies of water, and rocky terrain; Location, separation distance, and electrical isolation condition of metallic structures adjacent to the pipeline; Location, separation distance, and electrical isolation condition of underground parallel pipelines in the pipeline ROW; Location and electrical isolation condition of casings; Location, type, and status of CP systems influencing the pipeline section; Location of foreign CP systems influencing the pipeline section; Location and status of CP test points; Location and status of electrical isolation from aboveground features, such as valves and piping in compressor or pump stations, and electrical grounding; Location of overhead high-voltage AC transmission lines parallel to or crossing the pipeline ROW; Location of buried power cables parallel to or crossing the pipeline ROW; and Location and influence, if known, of DC traction systems, industrial facilities utilizing DC induction or welding equipment, or overhead DC power lines parallel to or crossing the pipeline ROW.

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