Descriptions of products, methods, and procedures relating to stationary batteries, battery electrolyte spill mechanisms, electrolyte containment and control methodologies, and firefighting considerations are provided.
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- IEEE Power and Energy Society
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PerfCharac-WGC57.105 - Performance Characteristics - Transformer Connections in Three-Phase Dist Systems Working Group
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- Malia Zaman
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IEEE Draft Guide for Application of Transformer Connections in Three-Phase Electrical Systems - Corrigendum 1Update Table 1–Application characteristics of connections
Updating Table 1–Application characteristics of connections
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IEEE Guide for Application of Transformer Connections in Three-Phase Distribution Systems
The characteristics of the various transformer connections and possible operating problems under normal or abnormal conditions are treated for three-phase distribution systems. These systems are characterized by primary voltages up to and including 34.5 kV, usually have a preponderance of connected transformers with low-voltage windings below 1000 V, and furnish electric service to consumers. All combinations of Delta and Y, grounded and ungrounded, T connected, zigzag, and certain special connections are considered. Only two-winding transformers are included. Phasing procedures and loading practices are not covered.
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