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IEEE 1527

Recommended Practice for the Design of Buswork Located in Seismically Active Areas

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 8 May 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 91
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This document provides recommended practices for the engineering and design of flexible and rigid bus connections for bus and equipment in electric power substations located in seismically active areas. It covers the design of buswork connections in the seismic qualification of equipment covered within the scope of IEEE Std 693™.1

Purpose

This document provides recommended practices to give guidance to the substation engineer regarding seismic considerations in the engineering and design of buswork, and to provide engineers and equipment manufacturers with the knowledge of the dynamic effects of connections on interconnected equipment during seismic events.

1Information on references can be found in Clause 2

Document History

IEEE 1527
May 8, 2018
Recommended Practice for the Design of Buswork Located in Seismically Active Areas
This document provides recommended practices for the engineering and design of flexible and rigid bus connections for bus and equipment in electric power substations located in seismically active...
March 30, 2006
Recommended Practice for the Design of Flexible Buswork Located in Seismically Active Areas
The scope of this document is the engineering and design of flexible bus connections for bus and equipment in electric power substations.

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