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IEEE - IEEE 125 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR PREPARATION OF EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR SPEED-GOVERNING OF HYDRAULIC TURBINES INTENDED TO DRIVE ELECTRIC GENERATORS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2007-06-07
Description: Foreword (This Foreword is not a part of ANSI/IEEE Std 125-1988, IEEE Recommended Practice for Preparation of Equipment Specifications for Speed-Governing of Hydraulic Turbines Intended to Drive Electric Generators).The 1977 revision of IEEE Std 125 was prepared by a joint IEEE-ASME Working Group formed in December of 1971.
ANSI C50.4 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD DIRECT-CURRENT GENERATORS, DIRECT-CURRENT MOTORS, AND DIRECT-CURRENT COMMUTATING MACHINES IN GENERAL Organization: ANSI
Date: 1965-01-01
Description: This standard applies to direct-current motors and generators They are arranged under six classifications according to machine size and type as follows: (1) General (2) Fractional-horsepower motors and generators (3) Integral-horsepower motors (4) Integral-horsepower generators (5) Large motors (6) Large generators Section 4-2 of this standard applies to all motors and generators Section 4-3 applies to machines built in a frame smaller than that having a continuous rating of 1 hp, open construction at 1,700-1,800 rpm.
IEEE - IEEE C62.92.2 - GUIDE FOR THE APPLICATION OF NEUTRAL GROUNDING IN ELECTRICAL UTILITY SYSTEMS PART IIGROUNDING OF SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR SYSTEMS Organization: IEEE
Date: 1989-10-13
Description: Emphasis in this guide is to be directed toward the grounding of synchronous generator systems in electric utility systems. Generator grounding practices used in industrial systems are covered in other guides and standards.
IEEE - IEEE 666 - DESIGN GUIDE FOR ELECTRIC POWER SERVICE SYSTEMS FOR GENERATING STATIONS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2007-03-22
Description: Foreword (This foreword is not a part of IEEE Std 666-1991, IEEE Design Guide for Electric Power Service Systems for Generating Stations.)
IEEE - IEEE 11 - ROTATING ELECTRIC MACHINERY FOR RAIL AND ROAD VEHICLES Organization: IEEE
Date: 2000-01-30
Description: This standard was prepared by a working group under the sponsorship of the DC, PM, and Special Machinery Subcommittee of the Electric Machinery Committee of the IEEE Power Engineering Society.ScopeThis standard applies to rotating electric machinery which forms part of the propulsion and major auxiliary equipment on internally and externally powered electrically propelled rail and road vehicles and similar large transport and haulage vehicles and their trailers where specified in the contract.
IEEE - IEEE C37.18 - STANDARD ENCLOSED FIELD DISCHARGE CIRCUIT BREAKERS FOR ROTATING ELECTRIC MACHINERY Organization: IEEE
Date: 1979-01-01
Description: This publication represents standard practice in the United States relating to field discharge circuit breakers for use in field circuits of rotating electric machinery such as generators, motors, synchronous condensers, or exciters.
UL 3200 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR PERFORMANCE TESTING OF ENGINE AND TURBINE GENERATORS - ISSUE 2 Organization: UL
Date: 2008-12-19
Description: This outline does not cover the performance testing of distributed energy products with respect to: a) The electric utility interconnection requirements of IEEE 1547 or the Standard for Inverters, Converters and Controllers for Use in Independent Power Systems, UL 1741.
IEEE - IEEE 45.7 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS ON SHIPBOARD-AC SWITCHBOARDS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2012-03-29
Description: This document is intended to be used in conjunction with IEEE Std 45-2002, IEEE Recommended Practice for Electric Installations on Shipboard.
UL 1004-9 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY FORM WOUND AND MEDIUM VOLTAGE ROTATING ELECTRICAL MACHINES - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2016-01-29
Description: These requirements do not cover special generators (such as hydrogen cooled (turbo) generators) rated 10 MVA and above which are covered under IEEE C50.12, IEEE Standard for Salient-Pole 50 Hz and 60 Hz Synchronous Generators and Generator/Motors for Hydraulic Turbine Applications Rated 5 MVA and Above; IEEE C50.13, IEEE Standard for Cylindrical-Rotor 50 Hz and 60 Hz Synchronous Generators Rated 10 MVA and Above; or IEC 60034-3, Rotating electrical machines - Part 3: Specific requirements for synchronous generators driven by steam turbines or combustion gas turbines.
UL - 1004-9 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY FORM WOUND MEDIUM VOLTAGE MOTORS - COMMENTS DUE: DECEMBER 14, 2015 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-10-30
Description: These requirements do not cover special generators (such as hydrogen cooled (turbo) generators) rated 10 MVA and above which are covered under IEEE C50.12, IEEE Standard for Salient-Pole 50 Hz and 60 Hz Synchronous Generators and Generator/Motors for Hydraulic Turbine Applications Rated 5 MVA and Above; IEEE C50.13, IEEE Standard for Cylindrical-Rotor 50 Hz and 60 Hz Synchronous Generators Rated 10 MVA and Above; or IEC 60034-3, Rotating electrical machines - Part 3: Specific requirements for synchronous generators driven by steam turbines or combustion gas turbines.
IEEE - IEEE 625 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICES TO IMPROVE ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY IN THE CEMENT INDUSTRY Organization: IEEE
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: This document is a companion document to IEEE Std 277-1994, IEEE Recommended Practice for Cement Plant Power Distribution [B1] and IEEE Std 499-1997, IEEE Recommended Practice for Cement Plant Electric Drives and Related Equipment [B3]1.
UL 1459 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT - THIRD EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING MARCH 01, 1999 Organization: UL
Date: 1995-09-21
Description: These requirements do not cover centralized AC or DC power systems that exceed the limits for Level C (see Tables 28.1 and 28.2), including battery banks (plants), DC power supplies, rectifiers, motor/generators, and the like, that form part of these systems.
SAE J2907 - PERFORMANCE CHARACTERIZATION OF ELECTRIFIED POWERTRAIN MOTOR-DRIVE SUBSYSTEM Organization: SAE
Date: 2017-02-01
Description: In addition, a wide variety of powertrain configurations, as well as limitations arising due to the traction battery, cooling system, or vehicle controls, makes it difficult to predict the net and continuous power of the electric motor, the major component in an electric traction drive subsystem (ETDS), once installed in its application vehicle.

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