Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 1010-2006

IEEE Guide for Control of Hydroelectric Power Plants

This guide is to serve as a reference document for practicing engineers in the hydroelectric industry. It documents prevailing industry practices in hydroelectric power plant control system logic, control system configurations, and control modes. It describes the control and monitoring requirements for equipment and systems associated with conventional and pumped-storage hydroelectric plants. It includes typical methods of local and remote control, details of the control interfaces for plant equipment, requirements for centralized and off-site control.

Sponsor Committee
PE/EDPG - Energy Development & Power Generation
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
1998-06-25
Superseded by
1010-2006
Superseding
1010-2006
Board Approval
2006-03-30
History
ANSI Approved:
2006-08-14
ANSI Withdrawn Date:
2016-08-19
Published:
2006-08-18
Inactivated Date:
2021-03-25

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/EDPG - Energy Development & Power Generation
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Working Group
HPS - WG 1010 - HPS - Control of Hydroelectric Power Plants Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Malia Zaman
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Working Group Chair
John Yale

P1010

Guide for Control of Hydroelectric Power Plants

This guide describes the control and monitoring requirements for equipment and systems associated with conventional and pumped-storage hydroelectric plants. It includes typical methods of local and remote control, details of the control interfaces for plant equipment, and requirements for centralized and off-site control. Where specific values are given for control parameters, they should be considered as typical. This document does not address civil and structural details of hydroelectric power plants unless required for the understanding of certain control and monitoring functions. Also excluded is a detailed discussion of protective relaying systems, high-voltage switchyards, and navigational and flood control facilities associated with a hydroelectric plant.

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