Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE C37.232-2011

IEEE Standard for Common Format for Naming Time Sequence Data Files (COMNAME)

A standard procedure for naming time sequence data (TSD) files, such as files produced by digital fault recorders, power swing recorders, power quality monitors, and so on, is specified. The sources of TSD files are described, and a survey of current naming techniques is provided. The advantages of using a common naming procedure are highlighted, and the limitations and applications are identified. Issues of compatibility across operating systems and various vintages, and adaptability to other types of files, are also discussed. The required and optional portions of the naming procedure are described in detail, and many examples are provided.

Sponsor Committee
PE/PSRCC - Power System Relaying and Control
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
2011-02-02
Superseding
C37.232-2007
Board Approval
2011-10-31
History
ANSI Approved:
2013-01-11
Published:
2011-11-09
Inactivated Date:
2022-03-24

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/PSRCC - Power System Relaying and Control
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Working Group
C37.232_WG - File Name Convention Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Malia Zaman
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Working Group Chair
Eric Allen
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C37.232-2007

IEEE Recommended Practice for Naming Time Sequence Data Files

A procedure for naming time sequence data (TSD) files, such as files produced by digital fault recorders, power swing recorders, power quality monitors, and so on is recommended. The sources of TSD files are described, and a survey of current naming techniques is provided. The advantages of using a common naming procedure are highlighted, and the limitations and applications are identified. Issues of compatibility across operating systems and various vintages, and adaptability to other types of files are also discussed. The required and optional portions of the naming procedure are described in detail, and many examples are provided.

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