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IEEE 1717

Testing Circuit Integrity Cables Using a Hydrocarbon Pool Fire Test Protocol

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 6 February 2012
Status: active
Page Count: 30
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This standard provides cable and/or system requirements and methods for performing circuit integrity tests on energized low voltage power, control, and instrumentation cables at temperatures and heat fluxes simulating a hydrocarbon pool fire.

Purpose

The purpose of the document is to provide circuit integrity test methodology and performance requirements for cables and/or cable systems which may be subjected to a hydrocarbon pool fire. This protocol may be useful when selecting cables for applications where circuit integrity is critical to plant shutdown under hydrocarbon fire conditions. It can also be a useful tool in the development of technology to design cables that maintain circuit integrity during such a fire.

Document History

IEEE 1717
February 6, 2012
Testing Circuit Integrity Cables Using a Hydrocarbon Pool Fire Test Protocol
This standard provides cable and/or system requirements and methods for performing circuit integrity tests on energized low voltage power, control, and instrumentation cables at temperatures and heat...

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