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BSI - BS EN 60034-18-1

Rotating Electrical Machines Part 18: Functional Evaluation of Insulation Systems Section 1: General Guidelines

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 15 December 1994
Status: inactive
Page Count: 24
ICS Code (Insulation systems): 29.080.30
ICS Code (Rotating machinery in general): 29.160.01
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This part of IEC 34-18 describes procedures for functional evaluation of electrical insulation systems used or proposed to be used in rotating electrical machines within the scope of IEC 34-1, and the classification of those insulation systems. This part (Part 1) provides general guidelines for such procedures and classification principles, whereas the subsequent parts give detailed procedures for the various types of windings.

Document History

October 4, 2019
Draft BS EN IEC 60034-18-1 Rotating electrical machines. Part 18-1: Functional evaluation of insulation systems – General guidelines
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June 30, 2010
Rotating electrical machines Part 18-1: Functional evaluation of insulation systems - General guidelines
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December 15, 1994
Rotating Electrical Machines Part 18: Functional Evaluation of Insulation Systems Section 1: General Guidelines
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BS EN 60034-18-1
December 15, 1994
Rotating Electrical Machines Part 18: Functional Evaluation of Insulation Systems Section 1: General Guidelines
This part of IEC 34-18 describes procedures for functional evaluation of electrical insulation systems used or proposed to be used in rotating electrical machines within the scope of IEC 34-1, and...

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