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Active DEIS Standards

Standard

Title

Description

101-1987 IEEE Guide for the Statistical Analysis of Thermal Life Test Data Statistical analyses of data from thermally accelerated aging tests are described. The basis and use of statistical calculations are explained. Data analysis, estimation of the relationship between life and temperature, and the comparison between two sets of data are covered.
930-2004 IEEE Guide for the Statistical Analysis of Electrical Insulation Breakdown Data This guide describes, with examples, statistical methods to analyze times to breakdown and breakdown voltage data obtained from electrical testing of solid insulating materials, for purposes including characterization of the system, comparison with another insulator system, and prediction of the probability of breakdown at given times or voltages.
1043-1996 IEEE Recommended Practice for Voltage-Endurance Testing of Form-Wound Bars and Coils The voltage endurance testing of form-wound bars and coils for use in large rotating machines is covered.
1523-2002 IEEE Guide for the Application, Maintenance, and Evaluation of Room Temperature Vulcanizing (RTV) Silicone Rubber Coating for Outdoor Ceramic Insulators Various important aspects that are needed for satisfactory long-term performance of High-Voltage Insulator Coatings (HVIC) are presented in this guide. Various possible application scenarios, maintenance issues on coated insulators, factors affecting long-term performance, the question of aging, laboratory accelerated tests, and functional outdoor evaluation are described.
1783-2009 IEEE Guide for the Test Methods and Procedures to Evaluate the Electrical Performance of Insulation in Freezing Conditions The guide specifies procedures for testing equipment when external insulation of the test object is subjected to combinations of contamination, ice, snow, or cold fog. The methods are applicable only to tests on equipment with a rated voltage above 1 kV.

Withdrawn Standards

The following list of DEIS sponsored standards have been withdrawn but are still available to be ordered through IEEE

Standard

Title

Description

57-1959 IEEE Thermal Stability of Enameled Wire in Air  
775-1993 IEEE Guide for Designing Multi-Stress Aging Tests of Electrical Insulation in a Radiation Environment Guidelines for evaluating electrical insulation materials that are subjected to more than one significant aging stress are provided. The focus is on materials or equipment intended for use in nuclear facilities, such as power stations, where thermal, moisture, and radiation stresses frequently are of importance. Factors to consider in accelerated aging programs are identified. Only the design of tests is addressed. Specific procedures are not prescribed.
853-1985 IEEE Recommended Practice for Voltage-Endurance Testing of Enameled Wire Withdrawn Standard. Withdrawn Date: Jun 14, 1994. The scope of this recommended practice covers the application of center grounded applied voltage but not voltage wave shapes in which either the positive or negative peak voltage is at ground potential.
1064-1991 IEEE Guide for Multifactor Stress Functional Testing of Electrical Insulation Systems A guide for developing test procedures for the functional testing of insulation systems used in long-life electrical equipment exposed to more than one factor of influence in service is presented. Included are descriptions of technical problems and practical possibilities that may be helpful either for guidance or as a check list. A sequence of action is recommended, and details of the procedures required for the specification of such tests are provided. The emphasis is on realistically modeling service aging in functional tests and making the tests as simple and practical as possible. Mechanisms of interaction between the factors influencing aging are reviewed.
1133-1988 IEEE Application Guide for Evaluating Nonceramic Materials for High-Voltage Outdoor Applications This standard is based on the knowledge and experience of manufacturers, researchers, and end users of nonceramic insulating products that are electrically stressed in outdoor environments. The standard discusses the characteristics of nonceramic materials that are needed for long-term reliability in these applications. The standard makes recommendations for principles of evaluation and tests used in the screening and selection of materials. The judicious use of this standard will significantly improve the probability of success in the applications selected.
1221-1993 IEEE Guide for Fire Hazard Assessment of Electrical Insulating Materials in Electric Power Systems Fire hazards from electrical distribution and utilization systems installed in industrial, residential, and public buildings/areas are covered. A method for practical fire hazard assessment for electrical equipment containing insulating materials, based on relevant fire or failure scenarios drawn from service experience and engineering analysis, is established. The relationship between small-scale material tests and large-scale fire hazard tests is discussed. Written for the electrical engineer responsible for the safety of electrical systems and equipment, this guide provides guidelines for design of insulation systems and selection of insulating materials and aids in the use of codes, regulations, standards, product listings, and testing to improve safety.