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IEC 60034-4

Amendment 1 Rotating Electrical Machines Part 4: Methods for Determining Synchronous Machine Quantities from Tests

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 April 1995
Status: inactive
Page Count: 4
ICS Code (Rotating machinery): 29.160
scope:

This standard applies to three-phase synchronous machines of 1 kVA rating and larger with rated frequency of not more than 400 Hz and not less than 15 Hz.

The test methods are not intended to apply to special synchronous machines such as permanent-magnet field machines, inductor type machines, etc.

While the tests also apply in general to brushless machines, certain variations do exist and special precautions should be taken.

Document History

May 1, 2008
Rotating electrical machines – Part 4: Methods for determining synchronous machine quantities from tests
This standard applies to three-phase synchronous machines of 1 kVA rating and larger with rated frequency of not more than 400 Hz and not less than 15 Hz. The test methods are not intended to apply...
IEC 60034-4
April 1, 1995
Amendment 1 Rotating Electrical Machines Part 4: Methods for Determining Synchronous Machine Quantities from Tests
This standard applies to three-phase synchronous machines of 1 kVA rating and larger with rated frequency of not more than 400 Hz and not less than 15 Hz. The test methods are not intended to apply...
January 1, 1985
Rotating Electrical Machines Part 4: Methods for Determining Synchronous Machine Quantities from Tests
This standard applies to three-phase synchronous machines of 1 kVA rating and larger with rated frequency of not more than 400 Hz and not less than 15 Hz. The test methods are not intended to apply...
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