Tag: Transportation

IEEE 1609.0-2019

The wireless access in vehicular environments (WAVE) architecture and services necessary for WAVE devices to communicate in a mobile vehicular environment are described in this guide. It is meant to be used in conjunction with the family of IEEE 1609 standards as of its publication date. These include IEEE Std 1609.2(TM), IEEE Standard Security Services for Applications and Management Messages; IEEE Std 1609.3(TM), Networking Services; IEEE Std 1609.4(TM), Multi- Channel Operation; IEEE Std 1609.11(TM), Over-the-Air Electronic Payment Data Exchange Protocol for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS); IEEE Std 1609.12(TM), Identifiers; and IEEE Std 802.11(TM) in operation outside the context of a…

IEEE 2720-2021

This guide will provide a description of the concepts, applicable standards, and methods used for the calculation and management of rail potential on dc-electrified rail transit systems.

IEEE 45-1971

These Marine Recommendations have been drawn up to serve as a guide for the equipment of merchant vessels with an electric plant system and electric apparatus for lighting, signaling, communication, power, and propulsion. They indicate what is considered good engineering practice with reference to safety of the personnel and of the ship itself as well as reliability and durability of the apparatus; it is not intended, however, that improvements, which may be developed from time to time, should be excluded. These recommendations are intended to supplement the other standards of the IEEE, which should be followed wherever applicable. Attention is…

IEEE 45-1977

These marine recommendations are intended to serve as a guide for the selection and installation of equipment on merchant vessels with electric apparatus for lighting, signaling, communication, power, and propulsion. The recommendations define what are considered good present-day engineering practices with reference to the safety of the personnel and of the ship itself as well as reliability and durability of the apparatus. It is recognized that changes and improvements in shipboard requirements may develop which are not specifically covered herein; such changes, if incorporated in the design, should be equal to the safety and reliability levels defined herein and generally…

AIEE 11-1937

The rules in this division of American Stand­ards cover definitions, classification, rating and and methods of test for rotating electrical machin­ery forming a part of the power equipment of electrically propelled railway cars and locomo­tives.

AIEE 11-1943

In undertaking the preparation of rules for standards for rotating electrical equipment for railway cars and locomotives under the Rules of Procedure of the Ameri­can Standards Association, it has been necessary to cover a much wider field than was included in the AIEE Standards for Railway Motors which were published in 1925, approved as American Standards in 1928 and form the basis of this standard. In the first place, the scope of the rules has been changed to include all rotating electrical machinery forming a part of the power equip­ment of electrically-propelled railway cars and locomo­tives (including trolley, gasoline-electric and…

AIEE 11-1962

This Standard applies to rotating electric machinery forming a part of the power equipment of electrically-propelled railway cars, railway locomotives, and coaches, (trolley and prime mover)

IEEE 1609.4-2016

Multi-channel wireless radio operations, Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE) mode, medium access control (MAC), and physical layers (PHYs), including parameters for priority access, channel switching and routing, management services, and primitives designed for multi-channel operations are described in this standard.

IEEE 1653.5-2020

Design, manufacturing, and testing unique to the application of thyristor controlled power rectifiers for dc supplied transportation substation applications up to 1500 V dc nominal output is covered in this recommended practice. Both forward rectifier with power flow from ac to dc, and reversible rectifiers with bidirectional power flow are included; traction power substation rectifiers that are to be provided as part of a rectifier transformer unit or are provided separately are intended to be addressed. Application information and extensive definitions of related technical terms are included.

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