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IEEE 446

Recommended Practice for Emergency and Standby Power Systems for Industrial and Commercial Applications

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 12 December 1995
Status: active
Page Count: 316
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This standard presents recommended engineering principles, practices, and guidelines for the selection, design, installation, application, operation, and maintenance of emergency and standby power systems. This information is primarily presented from a user's viewpoint; however, managing the effects of power system disturbances requires close cooperation between users, electric utilities, and equipment manufacturers.

This standard addresses the following questions:

- Is an emergency or standby power system (or both) needed, and what will it accomplish?

- What types of systems are available, and which can best meet the users' needs?

- How should the most suitable system be designed and applied to the existing power system?

- What are the maintenance and operating requirements for maintaining system reliability?

- Where can additional information be obtained?

- What are the design considerations for maintaining system reliability?

Definitions to specialized technical terms used throughout this standard are provided in Chapter 2. Emergency and standby power requirements of both industrial and commercial users are outlined and discussed, including a distinction made between mandatory laws, regulations, codes, and standards applicable to each. Knowledge of these requirements enables electric utility companies to meet specific power supply needs and equipment manufacturers to design efficient, practical, and reliable equipment and systems. Recommendations are made for various types of installations, based on technical and economic information on available hardware and systems provided by equipment manufacturers.

Technical guidelines for protecting and grounding emergency and standby power systems are presented in Chapter 6 and Chapter 7, respectively. Guidelines for the maintenance of specific types of equipment are presented in Chapter 8. Chapter 9 provides information on applications of emergency and standby power for specific industries. Chapter 10 presents design and operation guidelines that will improve emergency and standby power system reliability.

The following industries and fields are considered specialized and beyond the scope of inclusion and direct address by this standard: transport, government, military, and utility.

Document History

IEEE 446
December 12, 1995
Recommended Practice for Emergency and Standby Power Systems for Industrial and Commercial Applications
This standard presents recommended engineering principles, practices, and guidelines for the selection, design, installation, application, operation, and maintenance of emergency and standby power...
446
December 12, 1995
Recommended Practice for Emergency and Standby Power Systems for Industrial and Commercial Applications
This standard presents recommended engineering principles, practices, and guidelines for the selection, design, installation, application, operation, and maintenance of emergency and standby power...
January 1, 1995
Recommended Practice for Emergency and Standby Power Systems for Industrial and Commercial Applications
Foreword  In 1968 the Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Committee within the Industry and General Applications Group of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers recognized that a...
February 13, 1987
RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR EMERGENCY AND STANDBY POWER SYSTEMS FOR INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS (IEEE ORANGE BOOK)
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March 31, 1980
RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR EMERGENCY AND STANDBY POWER SYSTEMS FOR INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS
A description is not available for this item.

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