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IEEE 2819-2022

IEEE Recommended Practice for Measuring Method of Electromagnetic Environment for the Corridor of High--Voltage Overhead Power Transmission Lines in Parallel Mixed with Alternating Current and Direct Current

Uniform procedures for the measurement of the power frequency electric field and dc electric field when ac/dc power transmission lines are installed in parallel or on shared towers are established in this recommended practice. Based on the mutual influence analysis between parallel ac/dc power transmission lines through the theoretical calculation and on-site measurements, the specification requirements and calibration methods of electric field meters are specified. The measurement ranges and layout of measurement points, data recording and processing, and result evaluation methods of parallel power transmission lines of different voltage levels are standardized. This recommended practice is applicable to electromagnetic environment measurement of ac transmission lines with a voltage not less than 100 kV, dc transmission lines with a voltage not less than ± 400 kV, and parallel transmission lines with a distance not over 100 m.

Standards Committee
PE/T&D - Transmission and Distribution
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2019-06-13
Board Approval
2022-03-24
History
Published:
2022-06-10

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Standards Committee
PE/T&D - Transmission and Distribution
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Working Group
WG_paraline_EMM_p2819 - WG for measuring method of electromagnetic environment for the corridor of highvoltage OPTL mixed with AC and DC in parallel
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Meng Zhao
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Working Group Chair
Degui Yao

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