Superseded Standard

IEEE 399-1980

IEEE Recommended Practice for Power System Analysis (IEEE Brown Book)

Superseded by 399-1990. This recommended practice is a reference source for engineers involved in industrial and commercial power systems analysis. It contains a thorough analysis of the power system data required, and the techniques most commonly used in computer-aided analysis, in order to perform specific power system studies of the following: short-circuit, load flow, motorstarting, cable ampacity, stability, harmonic analysis, switching transient, reliability, ground mat, protective coordination, DC auxiliary power system, and power system modeling.

Sponsor Committee
IAS/ICPS/SDC - Industrial & Commercial Power Systems Standards Development Committee
Status
Superseded Standard
Superseded by
399-1990
Board Approval
1979-12-20
History
ANSI Approved:
1982-06-28
Published:
1980-11-24

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Industry Applications Society
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Sponsor Committee
IAS/ICPS/SDC - Industrial & Commercial Power Systems Standards Development Committee
Working Group
399_WG - Brown Book Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Patricia Roder
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Working Group Chair
Gene Poletto

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399-1990

IEEE Recommended Practice for Industrial and Commercial Power System Analysis

Superseded by 399-1997. This recommended practice is a reference source for engineers involved in industrial and commercial power systems analysis. It contains a thorough analysis of the power system data required, and the techniques most commonly used in computer-aided analysis, in order to perform specific power system studies of the following: short-circuit, load flow, motorstarting, cable ampacity, stability, harmonic analysis, switching transient, reliability, ground mat, protective coordination, DC auxiliary power system, and power system modeling.

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