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P1894 - IEEE Approved Draft Guide for Online Monitoring and Recording Systems for Transient Overvoltages in Electric Power Systems

There is no unified standard serving as technical guidance for transient overvoltage real-time monitoring in power systems. This increases the difficulty of judging equipment failure that may have been caused by transient overvoltages, mainly because the results of measurements are not accurate because they are determined by different measuring methods. By specifying these transient overvoltage measurement methods, accurate and standardized results can help determine the real cause of equipment failure.This guide presents methods for online monitoring and recording of transient overvoltages in power systems. It applies to the measurement and recording of transient overvoltages in power stations, transmission lines, and substations including high voltage (HV), extra-high voltage (EHV), and ultra-high voltage (UHV) systems.
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