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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

August 1, 2023
Draft Standard for 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...
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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