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IEEE P3111

IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Test and Inspection of Laser Devices Used for Remote Removal of Foreign Matter in Public Infrastructure Equipment

There are a large number of public infrastructure installations with a wide range of locations including high-voltage transmission lines, railway high-voltage lines, communication towers, road light poles, and similar structures. Unwanted intrusion of foreign matter into public infrastructure equipment is a frequent occurrence, for example, kites, advertising banners and sun-shade nets are often found during maintenance operations, especially in high-voltage transmission lines and railway high-voltage lines. Once exposed to an environment of rain, snow, or dew, invasive moistened foreign matter may lead to extremely dangerous situations of line tripping or triggering line interphase short circuits and causing blackouts or even falling onto and burning out damaged wires as well as possibly causing human and animal injuries. These situations pose a great threat to the reliability and security of the electrical power supply system.

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IEEE Photonics Society
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PHO/SC - Standards Committee
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LDRRFM - laser devices used for remote removal of foreign matter in public infrastructure equipment
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Patrycja Jarosz
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heming deng

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