Working Group Details
1662_WG - Power Electronics Working Group
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IEEE 1662-2008 - IEEE Guide for the Design and Application of Power Electronics in Electrical Power Systems on Ships
This document summarizes current electrical engineering methods and practices for applying power electronics in Electrical Power Systems on Ships. It describes analytical methods, preferred parameters and performance characteristics from a common frame of reference for reliable integrated marine electrical power systems
IEEE 1662-2016 - IEEE Recommended Practice for the Design and Application of Power Electronics in Electrical Power Systems
Recommendations and requirements for the design and applications of power electronics in land-based (onshore) and marine (offshore) electrical power systems are provided in this standard. A wide range of power electronics equipment with aggregated power ratings at and above 100 kW with voltages equal or less than 52 kV (ac) or (dc) is covered. Existing engineering practices, analytical methods, and performance characteristics are described. Applicable international and local standards are referenced with appropriate guidance to provide users of the standard with correct criteria for design, testing, and maintenance necessary for reliable operation of integrated power systems.
IEEE 1826-2020 - IEEE Approved Draft Standard for Power Electronics Open System Interfaces in Zonal Electrical Distribution Systems Rated Above 100 kW
Open system interfaces for high power electronics equipment used in zonal electrical distribution systems rated above 100 kW are identified in this standard. The required power, monitoring, information exchange, control, and protection interfaces are based on technological maturity, accepted practices, and allowances for future technology insertions. Also, rigorous assessment mechanisms, interface control management, and proactive conformance testing that shall be used to verify and validate open systems to enable plug-and-play operability independently of the components? origin are defined. Airports, hospitals, major data processing centers (especially those using uninterruptible power supply), broadcast systems, and maritime vessels and platforms are applications covered by this standard. Existing terrestrial utility power systems that do not yet contain the electronic power interfaces and high-speed communication networks that are essential to use this standard shall be upgraded by its application.