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IEEE C37.06.1

Recommended Practice for Preferred Ratings for High-Voltage (>1000 volts) AC Circuit Breakers Designated Definite Purpose for Fast Transient Recovery Voltage Rise Times

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 6 December 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 26
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This recommended practice is issued as a supplement to IEEE Std C37.06 for high-voltage circuit breaker applications where the transient recovery voltage (TRV) peak is higher and/or its rise to the crest value occurs more rapidly than those specified in IEEE Std C37.06.

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to introduce transformer-limited faults, similar to that established by IEEE Std C37.016 [B5], and specifically to provide preferred values for standard ratings of fast transient referred to as transformer-limited fault recovery voltage rise times and to introduce a transformer-limited fault (TLF) breaking current.2

2The numbers in brackets correspond to those of the bibliography in Annex C.

Document History

IEEE C37.06.1
December 6, 2017
Recommended Practice for Preferred Ratings for High-Voltage (>1000 volts) AC Circuit Breakers Designated Definite Purpose for Fast Transient Recovery Voltage Rise Times
This recommended practice is issued as a supplement to IEEE Std C37.06 for high-voltage circuit breaker applications where the transient recovery voltage (TRV) peak is higher and/or its rise to the...
January 1, 2000
Guide for High-Voltage Circuit Breakers Rated on Symmetrical Current Basis Designated “Definite Purpose for Fast Transient Recovery Voltage Rise Times”
Foreword Following reports of circuit breaker failures in applications where very fast TRVs were determined to be the cause, and after thorough analysis of TRV data gathered from all parts of the...

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