Superseded Standard

IEEE 367-1987

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

Guidance is provided for the calculation of interfering voltages and their appropriate reduction from worst-case values for use in wire-line telecommunication protection design. Information is also included for the determination of the fault current and earth-return current levels; their probability, waveform, and duration; and the impedance to remote earthing points used in these ground potential rise (GPR) and longitudinally induced voltage calculations. The zone of influence of the power station GPR; the calculation of the inducing currents; the mutual impedance between power and wire-line telecommunication facilities and shield factors; and the channel time requirements for wire-line telecommunication facilities where noninterruptible channels are required for protective relaying and other purposes are covered.

Sponsor Committee
PE/PSCC - Power System Communications and Cybersecurity
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Status
Superseded Standard
Superseded by
367-1996
Superseding
367-1979
Board Approval
1987-06-11
History
ANSI Approved:
1988-03-10
Published:
1988-04-29

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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