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IEEE PC57.13.1

IEEE Draft Guide for Field Testing of Relaying Current Transformers

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Scope

The scope of this guide is to describe field test methods that verify the functionality of the current transformer (CT) and the associated circuit in order to assure that the circuit will transmit accurate current for proper function of protective relaying. This guide covers precautions, types of tests, acceptable methods of performing such tests, and typical results of the tests. The testing methods described in this guide are intended for field testing during either commissioning or after a period of service. Included in the guide are test methods and procedures using test equipment commercially available. Also included is information on optical and other current sensor systems.

Purpose

The purpose of the guide is to provide information on the current technology for field testing of instrument transformers and to more closely coordinate the information with the other industry standards, for example, National Electrical Safety Code(R) (NESC(R)).

Abstract

Revision Standard – Unapproved Draft.

This guide describes field test methods that assure that current transformers are connected properly, are of marked ratio and polarity, and are in a condition to perform as designed both initially and after having been in service for a period of time.

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IEEE/ISO/IEC P29148

ISO/IEC/IEEE Draft International Standard – Systems and Software Engineering — Life Cycle Processes –Requirements Engineering

Published by: / 95 pages

Scope

This International Standard- specifies the required processes that are to be implemented for the engineering of requirements for systems and software products (including services) throughout the life cycle,- gives guidelines for applying the requirements and requirements-related processes described in ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207:201x and ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015,- specifies the required information items that are to be produced through the implementation of the requirements processes,- specifies the required contents of the required information items, and- gives guidelines for the format of the required and related information items.This International Standard is applicable to- those who use or plan to use ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015 and ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207:201x on projects dealing with man-made systems, software-intensive systems, software and hardware products, and services related to those systems and products, regardless of project scope, product(s), methodology, size or complexity,- anyone performing requirements engineering activities to aid in ensuring that their application of the requirements engineering processes conforms to ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015 and/or ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207:201x, those who use or plan to use ISO/IEC/IEEE 15289:2015 on projects dealing with man-made systems, software-intensive systems, software and hardware products, and services related to those systems and products, regardless of project scope, product(s), methodology, size or complexity, and- anyone performing requirements engineering activities to aid in ensuring that the information items developed during the application of requirements engineering processes conform to ISO/IEC/IEEE 15289:2015.

Abstract

Revision Standard – Unapproved Draft.

ISO/IEC/IEEE 29148 contains provisions for the processes and products related to the engineering of requirements for systems and software products and services throughout the life cycle. It defines the construct of a good requirement, provides attributes and characteristics of requirements, and discusses the iterative and recursive application of requirements processes throughout the life cycle. ISO/IEC/IEEE 29148 provides additional guidance in the application of requirements engineering and management processes for requirements-related activities in ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207 and ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288. Information items applicable to the engineering of requirements and their content are defined. The content of ISO/IEC/IEEE 29148 can be added to the existing set of requirements-related life cycle processes defined by ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207 or ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288, or can be used independently.

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IEEE P1903.3

IEEE Draft Standard for Self-Organizing Management Protocols of Next Generation Service Overlay Network (NGSON)

Published by: / 34 pages

Scope

This standard specifies protocols between Overlay Management (OM) Functional Entity (FE) and all other NGSON FEs, and/or NGSON nodes to enable OM FE involved self-organizing management capability. This capability includes activation and deactivation of an NGSON node and addition, deletion, movement and copy of an NGSON function entity from or to an NGSON node.This standard also specifies protocols among Service Routing (SR) FEs to enable OM FE non-involved self-organizing management capability such as re-organization of overlay structure among multiple SR FEs for recovery from a failed or overloaded SR FE or for performance improvement of service routing.

Purpose

This standard enables NGSON network operators to reduce OPEX of NGSON networks based on self-organizing management capabilities of NGSON including self-configuration, self-recovery, and self-optimization of NGSON nodes and functional entities.

Abstract

New IEEE Standard – Unapproved Draft.

This standard specifies protocols between Overlay Management (OM) Functional Entity (FE) and all other NGSON FEs, and/or NGSON nodes to enable OM FE involved self-organizing management capability. This capability includes activation and deactivation of an NGSON node and addition, deletion, movement and copy of an NGSON function entity from or to an NGSON node. This standard also specifies protocols among Service Routing (SR) FEs to enable OM FE non-involved self-organizing management capability such as re-organization of overlay structure among multiple SR FEs for recovery from a failed or overloaded SR FE or for performance improvement of service routing.

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IEEE P1858-2016/Cor 1

IEEE Approved Standard for Camera Phone Image Quality (CPIQ) – Corrigendum 1

Published by: / 29 pages

Scope

This standard addresses the fundamental attributes that contribute to image quality, as well as identifying existing metrics and other useful information relating to these attributes. It defines a standardized suite of objective and subjective test methods for measuring camera phone image quality attributes, and it specifies tools and test methods to facilitate standards-based communication and comparison among carriers, handset manufacturers, and component vendors regarding camera phone image quality.

Purpose

Camera-equipped mobile devices have become ubiquitous, displacing dedicated digital cameras as many users’ primary tools for photography. However, consumers have little guidance about the quality of the images produced by particular device models . That lack of guidance is due in part to a lack of uniform image quality testing for the devices, and what testing is done seldom is accessible to the layperson. This standard attempts to establish a uniform means of evaluating the quality of cameras in mobile devices, allowing objective comparison between devices, models, and manufacturers, using a variety of metrics that are relevant to consumer photography.

Abstract

Corrigendum Standard – Unapproved Draft.

This corrigendum makes technical corrections to errors identified in the base standard during the 2 publication process.

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IEEE P802.15.3d

IEEE Draft Standard for Information technology– Local and metropolitan area networks– Specific requirements– Part 15.3: Wireless Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications for High Rate Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPAN) Amendment for a 100 Gb/s wireless switched poin

Published by: / 52 pages

Scope

This standard defines PHY and MAC specifications for high data rate wireless connectivity (typically over 200 Mb/s) with fixed, portable and moving devices. Data rates are high enough to satisfy a set of consumer multimedia industry needs, as well as to support emerging wireless switched point-to-point and high rate close proximity point to point applications.

Purpose

The purpose of this standard is to provide for low complexity, low cost, low power consumption, high data rate wireless connectivity among devices supporting a variety of applications such as a set of consumer multimedia industry needs, wireless switched point-to-point applications in data centers, wireless backhaul/fronthaul intra-device communications and a wide variety of additional use cases such as rapid large multimedia data downloads and file exchanges between two devices in close proximity, including between mobile devices and stationary devices (kiosks, ticket gates, etc.), and/or wireless data storage devices.

Abstract

Amendment Standard – Unapproved Draft.

This amendment defines an alternative physical layer (PHY) at the lower THz frequencyrange between 252 GHz and 325 GHz for switched point-to-point links. Two PHY modes are definedthat enable data rates of up to 100 Gb/s using eight different bandwidths between 2.16 GHzand 69.12 GHz.

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IEEE/ISO/IEC P26515

ISO/IEC/IEEE Draft International Standard – Systems and Software Engineering — Developing Information for Users in an Agile Environment

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Scope

This document supports the interest of information developers and associated roles responsible for producing user documentation for software and systems developed within an agile environment. This document takes a process standard approach to specify the way in which information for users can be developed in agile development projects.This document provides requirements on information management and information development processes appropriate for software projects that are using agile development methods. This document is intended neither to encourage nor to discourage the use of any particular agile development tools or methods. It is not limited to the development phase in the user documentation life cycle, but includes activities throughout the whole life cycle.

Abstract

Revision Standard – Unapproved Draft.

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IEEE Smart Grid Research: Vehicular

IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Vehicular Technology 2030 and Beyond, Roadmap and Webinar (Bundle)

Published by: 2017-03-30 / 2017-03-30 / 89 pages
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Vehicle electrification is envisioned to be a significant component of the forthcoming Smart Grid. To give a total vision of this area, this bundled package of IEEE SMART GRID VISION FOR VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY: 2030 AND BEYOND , IEEE SMART GRID VISION FOR VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY: 2030 AND BEYOND ROADMAP and IEEE SMART GRID VISION FOR VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY: 2030 AND BEYOND WEBINAR covers a Smart Grid vision of electric vehicle technology for the next 30 years and beyond. For Corporate or Institutional Access, request a custom quote for your organization at www.ieee.org/smartgridresearch

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IEEE PC37.30.5

IEEE Draft Standard for Definitions for AC High-Voltage Air Switches Rated Above 1000 V

Published by: / 16 pages

Scope

The terms and definitions in this standard cover all high-voltage enclosed and non-enclosed, indoor and outdoor air switches rated in excess of 1000 V used primarily in connection with generation, transmission, distribution, and conversion of electric power. This includes such switch types as disconnect, horn-gap, fault-initiation, and ground for manual or power operation.The following switch types are not covered by this standard: distribution cutouts fitted with disconnecting blades, and switches used in metal-enclosed and pad-mounted switchgear.This standard also does not apply to load-break separableinsulated connectors, circuit-breakers, circuit-switchers, or reclosers.

Purpose

The definitions of terms and explanatory notes relating thereto contained in this standard are intended for the sole purpose of establishing only those meanings of terms used in standards for AC High-Voltage Air Switches Rated Above 1000 V. They are not intended to embrace all possible meanings of the terms. They do not purport to embrace other meanings that the terms may properly have when used in connection with other subjects.In some instances, terms and definitions that are not identical to those in this standard have been developed by other branches of industry. Where this situation exists, the definitions in this standard shall be used for AC High-Voltage Air Switches Rated Above 1000 V covered by the C37 series of standards.

Abstract

New IEEE Standard – Unapproved Draft.

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IEEE P529-1980/Cor 1

IEEE Draft standard Supplement for Strapdown Applications to IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Single-Degree-of-Freedom Rate-Integrating Gyros – Corrigendum 1: 3.3.9.2.2, 3.6.4.1.1, 3.6.4.1.2, 6.3, and 10.10.4.1

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Scope

This specification defines the requirements for a single- degree-of-freedom rate-integrating gyro to be used as a strapdown sensor for an [inertial navigation system, an attitude reference unit,__________] in an [aircraft, missile,__________] application. The characteristics of the external capture electronics are considered where necessary to define gyro performance.

Abstract

Corrigendum Standard – Unapproved Draft.

Corrections are made by this corrigendum to material already published in IEEE Std 529-1980.

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IEEE PC37.04

IEEE Draft Standard for Ratings and Requirements for AC High Voltage Circuit Breakers with Rated Maximum Voltage above 1000 V

Published by: / 115 pages

Scope

This standard applies to ac high-voltage circuit breakers with rated maximum voltage above 1000 V. It establishes a rating structure, preferred ratings, and construction and functional component requirements.This standard encompasses:- Three pole circuit breakers used in three-phase systems- Single pole circuit breakers used in single-phase systems- Attachments for these circuit breakers, such as bushings, current transformers, interlocks, shunt trips, etc. and auxiliary equipment sold with the circuit breakers such as closing relays and structural steel supports.This standard does not cover circuit breakers used at frequencies other than 50 Hz or 60 Hz, or generator circuit breakers that are covered in IEEE Std C37.013.

Abstract

Revision Standard – Unapproved Draft.

This standard covers the rating structure for all high-voltage circuit breakers, which include all voltage ratings above 1000 V ac and comprise both indoor and outdoor types. Preferred ratings are also provided. Typical circuit breakers covered by these standards have maximum voltage ratings ranging from 4.76 kV through 800 kV, and continuous current ratings of 600 A, 1200 A, 2000 A, 3000 A, and 4000 A associated with the various maximum voltage ratings. The rating structure establishes the basis for all assigned ratings, including continuous current, dielectric withstand voltages, short-circuit current, transient recovery voltage, and capacitor switching, plus associated capabilities such as mechanical endurance, load current, and out-of-phase switching. This standard does not cover generator circuit breakers, which are covered by the rating tables of IEEE Std 62271 37-013.

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