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IEEE 367-2012

IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Electric Power Station Ground Potential Rise and Induced Voltage from a Power Fault

Guidance for the calculation of power station ground potential rise (GPR) and longitudinal induction (LI) voltages is provided, as well as guidance for their appropriate reduction from worst-case values, for use in metallic telecommunication protection design.

Sponsor Committee
PE/PSCC - Power System Communications and Cybersecurity
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2007-09-27
Superseding
367-1996
Board Approval
2012-03-29
History
Published:
2012-05-21

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/PSCC - Power System Communications and Cybersecurity
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Working Group
SC6-WG - Wireline Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Erin Morales
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Working Group Chair
John Fuller

P367

Recommended Practice for Determining the Electric Power Station Ground Potential Rise and Induced Voltage from a Power Fault

This standard provides guidance for the calculation of power station ground potential rise (GPR) and longitudinally induced (LI) voltages and guidance for their appropriate reduction from worst-case values for use in metallic telecommunication protection design. Information is also included for the determination of the following: a) The fault current and the earth return current levels; their probability, waveform, and duration; and the impedance to remote earthing points used in these GPR and LI calculations as well as the effective X/R ratio. b) The zone of influence (ZOI) of the power station GPR. c) The calculation of the inducing currents, the mutual impedance between power and metallic telecommunication facilities, and shield factors. d) The channel time requirements for metallic telecommunication facilities where non-interruptible channels are required for protective relaying.

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P487a

Standard for the Electrical Protection of Communications Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations -- General Considerations Amendment: New Annex J- Guidance for Determining the Ground Potential Rise and Induced Voltages for the Design of Communications Installations at Electric Supply Locations

This informative annex provides applications and examples for the calculations of electric supply location power ground potential rise (GPR) and longitudinal induction (LI) voltages at electric supply locations.

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1137-2018

IEEE Recommended Practice for the Implementation of Inductive Coordination Mitigation Techniques and Application

Guidance for controlling or modifying the inductive environment and the susceptibility of affected wire line telecommunications facilities in order to operate within the acceptable levels of steady-state or surge induced voltages of the environmental interface (probe wire) defined by IEEE Std 776(TM) is provided in this Recommended Practice. Procedures for determining the source of the problem are given. Mitigation theory and philosophy are discussed, and mitigation devices are described. The application of typical mitigation apparatus are addressed. Advice for determining the best engineering solution is offered, and general safety considerations are discussed.

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487-2015

IEEE Standard for the Electrical Protection of Communications Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations -- General Considerations

General considerations are presented for the electrical protection of telecommunications facilities serving electric supply locations. This standard contains material that is common to the IEEE 487(TM) family of standards (i.e., dot-series) including fundamental protection theory; basic electrical protection philosophy, concepts, and designs; protection apparatus; service types; reliability; service performance objective (SPO) classifications; and transmission considerations. In general, special protective measures, handling procedures, and administrative procedures are necessary to provide electrical protection against damage to telecommunications facilities and equipment, maintain reliability of service, and ensure the safety of personnel.

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487.1-2014

IEEE Standard for the Electrical Protection of Communication Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations Through the Use of On-Grid Isolation Equipment

Workable methods for protecting wire-line telecommunication circuits entering electric supply locations are presented. The electric supply location environment; protection apparatus; service types, reliability, service performance objective classifications, and transmission considerations; protection theory and philosophy; protection configurations; installation and inspection; and safety are covered in this document.

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776-2018

IEEE Recommended Practice for Inductive Coordination of Electric Supply and Communication Lines

The inductive environment that exists in the vicinity of electric power and wire-line telecommunications systems and the interfering effects that may be produced are addressed. An interface that permits either party, without need to involve the other, to verify the induction at the interface by use of a probe wire is presented. This recommended practice does not apply to railway signal circuits.

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820-2021

IEEE Approved Draft Standard Telephone Loop Performance Characteristics

Common denominators for subscriber line performance, independent of facility types, construction processes or equipment, and circuit provisioning methods are provided in this standard.

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1137-1991

IEEE Guide for the Implementation of Inductive Coordination Mitigation Techniques and Application

Provides guidance for controlling or modifying the inductive environment and the susceptibility of affected wire line telecommunications facilities in order to operate within the acceptable levels of steady-state or surge induced voltages of the environmental interface (probe wire) defined by IEEE Std 776-1987. Procedures for determining the source of the problem are given. Mitigation theory and philosophy are discussed, and mitigation devices are described. The application of typical mitigation apparatus and techniques and installation, maintenance, and inspection of mitigation apparatus are addressed. Advice for determining the best engineering solution is offered, and general safety considerations are discussed.

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1137-1991/Cor 1-2009

IEEE Guide for the Implementation of Inductive Coordination Mitigation Techniques and Applications--Corrigendum 1

IEEE Std 1137-1991 provides guidance for controlling or modifying the inductive environment and the susceptibility of affected wire line telecommunications facilities in order to operate within the acceptable levels of steady-state or surge induced voltages of the environmental interface (probe wire) defined by IEEE Std 776-1987. Procedures for determining the source of the problem are given. Mitigation theory and philosophy are discussed, and mitigation devices are described. The application of typical mitigation apparatus is addressed. Advice for determining the best engineering solution is offered, and general safety considerations are discussed. This corrigendum corrects Table 3–Longitudinal Balance Performance Thresholds and the first and last sentences of the third paragraph in 8.5 of IEEE Std 1137-1991.

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1590-2003

IEEE Recommended Practice for the Electrical Protection of Optical Fiber Communication Facilities Serving, or Connected to, Electrical Supply Locations

This Recommended Practice presents engineering design procedures for the electrical protection of optical fiber communication facilities serving, or connected to, electric supply locations. Other telecommunication alternatives, such as radio and cable with metallic members are excluded from this document. Project purpose: This Recommended Practice presents safe and reliable methods for providing telecommunication facilities serving electrical supply locations using optical fiber.

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1590-2009

IEEE Recommended Practice for the Electrical Protection of Communication Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations Using Optical Fiber Systems

The main emphasis of this recommended practice is the engineering design of optical fiber communication facilities serving, or connected to, electric supply locations. This document includes methods for providing telecommunication facilities serving electric supply locations using optical fiber cables, and their related electronic systems, extending across the zone of influence (ZOI). (IEEE Std 1590™-2009 in its entirety, was replaced by IEEE Std 487.2 and IEEE Std 487.3.)

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367-1996

IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Electric Power Station Ground Potential Rise and Induced Voltage from a Power Fault

Guidance for the calculation of power station ground potential rise (GPR) and longitudinal induction (LI) voltages is provided, as well as guidance for their appropriate reduction from worst-case values, for use in metallic telecommunication protection design.

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487-2000

IEEE Recommended Practice for the Protection of Wire-Line Communication Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations

Workable methods for protecting wire-line communication circuits entering electric supply locations are presented. This document covers: the electric supply location environment; protection apparatus; services types, reliability, service performance objective classifications, and transmission considerations; protection theory and philosophy; protection configurations; installation and inspection; and safety.

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487-2007

IEEE Recommended Practice for the Protection of Wire-Line Communication Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations

Workable methods for protecting wire-line communication circuits entering electric supply locations are presented. This document covers: the electric supply location environment; protection apparatus; service types, reliability, service performance objective classifications, and transmission considerations; protection theory and philosophy; protection configurations; installation and inspection; and safety.

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776-1992

IEEE Recommended Practice for Inductive Coordination of Electric Supply and Communication Lines

The inductive environment that exists in the vicinity of electric power and wire-line telecommunications systems and the interfering effects that may be produced are addressed. An interface that permits either party, without need to involve the other, to verify the induction at the interface by use of a probe wire is presented. This recommended practice does not apply to railway signal circuits.

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No Inactive-Withdrawn Standards

820-2005

IEEE Standard Telephone Loop Performance Characteristics

Common denominators for subscriber line performance, independent of facility types, construction processes or equipment, and circuit provisioning methods are provided in this standard.

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