Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 833-2005

Recommended Practice for the Protection of Electric Equipment in Nuclear Power Generating Stations from Water Hazards

Guidance regarding protection of electrical equipment from sources of water directed onto or around electrical equipment are provided.

Standards Committee
PE/NPE - Nuclear Power Engineering
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
1998-12-08
Superseding
833-1988
Board Approval
2005-12-07
History
ANSI Approved:
2006-04-21
ANSI Withdrawn Date:
2016-08-19
Published:
2006-05-19
Reaffirmed:
2011-12-07
Inactivated Date:
2022-03-24

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Standards Committee
PE/NPE - Nuclear Power Engineering
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Working Group
WG_4.8 - Protection of Electric Equipment from Waste Hazards Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Christian Orlando
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Working Group Chair
Keith Bush

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P833

Recommended Practice for the Protection of Electric Equipment in Nuclear Power Generating Stations from Water Hazards

This document presents recommended practices for providing the electric systems and equipment in nuclear power plants with protection from water hazards.

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833-1988

IEEE Recommended Practice for the Protection of Electric Equipment in Nuclear Power Generating Stations from Water Hazards

Superseded. This document recommends methods and design features that, if implemented, would provide water-hazard protection to class 1E and non-class 1E systems and equipment from direct sources of water (for example, water spray from decontamination activities) and indirect sources of water (for example, water running along cables and raceways). It is not the purpose of this recommended practice to classify water-hazard protection features as nuclear safety related or non-nuclear safety related. This determination is application specific and is made by the user utilizing the specific nuclear generating station design basis and guidance from other standards.

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