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IEEE/IEC 62582-2-2011

IEC/IEEE International Standard - Nuclear power plants - Instrumentation and control important to safety - Electrical equipment condition monitoring methods - Part 2: Indenter modulus

IEC/IEEE 62582-2:2011 contains methods for condition monitoring of organic and polymeric materials in instrumentation and control systems using the indenter modulus technique in the detail necessary to produce accurate and reproducible measurements. It includes the requirements for the selection of samples, the measurement system and measurement conditions, and the reporting of the measurement results. (English and French version)

Sponsor Committee
PE/NPEC - Nuclear Power Engineering Committee
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
2011-03-31
Superseded by
62582-2-2022
Amendment
62582-2-am1-2015
Board Approval
2011-03-31
History
Published:
2011-08-31
Inactivated Date:
2022-03-24

Additional Resources

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62582-2-2011_downloads.zip

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/NPEC - Nuclear Power Engineering Committee
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Working Group
WG_2.1 - Working Group on Equipment Qualification
IEEE Program Manager
Christian Orlando
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Working Group Chair
John White

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P60780-323

IEC/IEEE International Standard - Nuclear facilities -- Electrical equipment important to safety -- Qualification

This International Standard describes the basic requirements for qualifying electrical equipment important to safety and interfaces (electrical and mechanical) that are to be used in nuclear facilities. The principles, methods, and procedures described are intended to be used for qualifying equipment, maintaining and extending qualification, and updating qualification, as required, if the equipment is modified. The qualification requirements in this standard, when met, demonstrate and document the ability of equipment to perform safety function(s) under applicable service conditions, including design basis events and certain design extension conditions, and reduce the risk of environmentally induced common-cause equipment failure. This standard does not provide environmental stress levels or performance requirements. Other aspects, relating to quality assurance, selection and use of electronic devices, design and modification of digital systems are not part of this standard. Other IEC or IEEE standards that present qualification programmes for specific equipment, specific environments, or specific parts of the qualification programme may be used to supplement this standard, as applicable. The bibliography lists other standards related to equipment qualification.

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60780-323-2016

IEC/IEEE International Standard - Nuclear facilities -- Electrical equipment important to safety -- Qualification

This International Standard describes the basic requirements for qualifying electrical equipment important to safety and interfaces (electrical and mechanical) that are to be used in nuclear facilities. The principles, methods, and procedures described are intended to be used for qualifying equipment, maintaining and extending qualification, and updating qualification, as required, if the equipment is modified. The qualification requirements in this standard, when met, demonstrate and document the ability of equipment to perform safety function(s) under applicable service conditions, including design basis events and certain design extension conditions, and reduce the risk of environmentally induced common-cause equipment failure. This standard does not provide environmental stress levels or performance requirements. Other aspects, relating to quality assurance, selection and use of electronic devices, design and modification of digital systems are not part of this standard. Other IEC or IEEE standards that present qualification programmes for specific equipment, specific environments, or specific parts of the qualification programme may be used to supplement this standard, as applicable. The bibliography lists other standards related to equipment qualification.

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60780-323-2016

IEEE Standard for Nuclear facilities--Electrical Equipment important to safety--Qualification

This standard describes the basic requirements for qualifying electrical equipment important to safety and interfaces (electrical and mechanical) that are to be used in nuclear facilities. The principles, methods, and procedures described are intended to be used for qualifying equipment, maintaining and extending qualification, and updating qualification, as required, if the equipment is modified. The qualification requirements in this standard, when met, demonstrate and document the ability of equipment to perform safety function(s) under applicable service conditions, including design basis events and certain design extension conditions, and reduce the risk of environmentally induced common-cause equipment failure.nThis standard does not provide environmental stress levels or performance requirements. Other aspects, relating to quality assurance, selection and use of electronic devices, design and modification of digital systems are not part of this standard.

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62582-5-2015

IEEE/IEC International Standard - Nuclear power plants -- Instrumentation and control important to safety -- Electrical equipment condition monitoring methods -- Part 5: Optical time domain reflectometry

This part of IEC/IEEE 62582 contains methods for monitoring the attenuation condition of optical fibres and cables in instrumentation and control systems using optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) measurements in the detail necessary to produce accurate and reproducible measurements. It includes the requirements for the measurement system and conditions, and the reporting of the measurement results. The different parts of IEC/IEEE 62582 are measurement standards, primarily for use in the management of ageing in initial qualification and after installation. IEC/IEEE 62582-1 includes requirements for the application of the other parts of IEC/IEEE 62582 and some elements which are common to all methods. Information on the role of condition monitoring in qualification of equipment important to safety is found in IEEE Std 323. Detailed descriptions of methods for OTDR measurement of the quality and functionality of fibre optic cables are given in IEC 61280-4-1 for multimode attenuation and in IEC 61280-4-2 for single-mode attenuation.

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62582-6-2019

IEEE/IEC International Standard - Nuclear power plants -- Instrumentation and control important to safety -- Electrical equipment condition monitoring methods - Part 6: Insulation resistance

This part of IEC/IEEE 62582 contains methods for condition monitoring of organic and polymeric materials in instrumentation and control cables using insulation resistance measurements in the detail necessary to produce accurate and reproducible results during simulated accident conditions. It includes the requirements for the measurement system and measurement procedure, and the reporting of the measurement results. NOTE Measurement of insulation resistance during simulated accident conditions with the aim of determining the lowest value during the accident in order to assess cable performance involves special requirements given in this document. Methods for measurement under stable (non-accident) conditions are available in other international standards, e.g. IEC 62631-3-3. The different parts of the IEC/IEEE 62582 series are measurement standards, primarily for use in the management of ageing in initial qualification and after installation. IEC/IEEE 62582-1 includes requirements for the application of the other parts of the IEC/IEEE 62582 series and some elements which are common to all methods. Information on the role of condition monitoring in qualification of equipment important to safety is found in IEC/IEEE 60780-323.

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62582-2-am1-2015

IEC/IEEE International Standard for Nuclear power plants -- Instrumentation and control important to safety -- Electrical equipment condition monitoring methods -- Part 2: Indenter modulus - Amendment 1

The scope is the correction of Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure A. 1 and Figure B.1 of IEC/IEEE 62582-2:2011.

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62582-3-2012

IEC/IEEE International Standard - Nuclear Power Plants - Instrumentation and control important to safety - Electrical equipment condition monitoring methods - Part 3: Elongation at break

This standard contains methods for condition monitoring of organic and polymeric materials in instrumentation and control systems using tensile elongation techniques in the detail necessary to produce accurate and reproducible measurements. It includes the requirements for selection of samples, the measurement system and conditions, and the reporting of the measurement results. Standards in the IEC/IEEE 62582-series are measurement standards, primarily for use in the management of ageing in initial qualification and after installation. IEC/IEEE 62582-1 General includes requirements for the application of the IEC/IEEE 62582 series and some elements which are common to all methods. Information on the role of condition monitoring in qualification of equipment important to safety is found in IEEE Std 323. This standard is intended for application to non-energised equipment.

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62582-4-2011

Nuclear power plants - Instrumentation and control important to safety - Electrical equipment condition monitoring methods - Part 4: Oxidation induction techniques

IEC/IEEE 62582-4:2011 specifies methods for condition monitoring of organic and polymeric materials in instrumentation and control systems using oxidation induction techniques in the detail necessary to produce accurate and reproducible measurements. It includes the requirements for sample preparation, the measurement system and conditions, and the reporting of the measurement results.

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