Tag: 1e


This recommended practice defines and classifies methods of evaluating adaptive instructional systems (AIS) and establishes guidance for the use of these methods. This best practice incorporates and promotes the principles of ethically aligned design for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in AIS.


This standard covers the construction, mechanical and electrical performance, test requirements, environmental considerations, and acceptance criteria for qualifying hardware for use with optical ground wire (OPGW).


This guide provides engineering principles, practices, and guidelines for the selection and application of fast response systems of customer-side loads in modern power grids. It considers the impact of increasing the penetration of renewable energy sources in power systems. The definitions, classification and characteristics of rapid load response resources are elaborated in this guide, such as active response loads, interruptible loads and energy storage. It provides complementary approaches for mitigating frequency stability issues of bulk power systems and microgrids, as well as absorbing renewable power. Function architecture, control strategy, and system implementation for quick response systems of customer-side loads are…


This recommended practice focuses on the configurations and strategies of fault diagnosis and protection corresponding to different grid operation modes, control patterns, equipment conditions and reliability requirements in smart distribution network. With the development of information and communication technology (ICT), there is diverse and abundant data in monitoring and control systems for distribution network. And due to the connection of Distributed Generations and electric vehicles, the distribution network becomes more diversified and complex. Considering different distribution network conditions and requirements, this recommended practice provides valuable practices relevant to the fault diagnosis and protection strategies including safety operation requirements, architecture of…


This guide reviews existing standards and performance criteria for switchgear rated above 1000 V. Each aspect of performance is discussed within the context of Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) alternatives, how their behavior may differ from existing technologies and how this behavior may lead to changes in the qualification process. Relevant analytical, numerical and test methods are discussed which may contribute to the process of performance evaluation and evolution of the standards.


This standard defines the design/type tests, routine test, acceptance tests and classifications for line surge arresters (LSA). The arresters covered by this standard are Non-Gapped Line Arresters (NGLA) and Externally Gapped Line Arresters (EGLA) for use on AC or DC transmission and distribution power lines with system voltages > 1kV.

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