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IEEE 1727-2013/Cor 1-2015

IEEE Guide for Working Procedures on Underground Transmission Circuits with Induced Voltage -- Corrigendum 1

Induced voltage working procedures for underground transmission circuits are established in this guide. A transmission circuit when de-energized will have an induced voltage when in a common duct bank with an energized circuit. The induced voltage may be a possible safety hazard. The induced voltage may be determined by modeling the circuits and by measurement. This guide addresses the working procedures to follow when performing work where induced voltage is present.

Standards Committee
PE/IC - Insulated Conductors
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2014-06-12
Board Approval
2015-02-16
History
Published:
2015-02-20

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Standards Committee
PE/IC - Insulated Conductors
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Working Group
C29W/P1727_WG - Induced Voltage Work Procedures
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IEEE Program Manager
Ron Hotchkiss
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Working Group Chair
Nijam Uddin

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1727-2013

IEEE Guide for Working Procedures on Underground Transmission Circuits with Induced Voltage

Induced voltage working procedures for underground transmission circuits are established in this guide. A transmission circuit when de-energized will have an induced voltage when in a common duct bank with an energized circuit. The induced voltage may be a possible safety hazard. The induced voltage may be determined by modeling the circuits and by measurement. This guide addresses the working procedures to follow when performing work where induced voltage is present.

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