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IEEE recommended practice for electric power distribution system analysis

Author: IEEE Power & Energy Society. Power System Analysis, Computing, and Economics Committee.; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.; IEEE-SA Standards Board.
Publisher: New York : Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 5 December 2014. ©2014
Series: IEEE Std.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Abstract: The aim of this recommended practice is to expand the use of IEEE power distribution test feeders into a broader space of software developers, software users, and researchers. The need for new distribution software functionality evolves quickly in areas such as distributed resource modeling, load response to voltage and frequency, reliability improvement, neutral-earth voltage, harmonics, active controls,  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: IEEE Power & Energy Society. Power System Analysis, Computing, and Economics Committee.; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.; IEEE-SA Standards Board.
ISBN: 9780738193977 0738193976
OCLC Number: 900976124
Notes: "IEEE Std 1729-2014."
"Approved 3 November 2014 ; IEEE-SA Standards Board."
"Published 5 December 2014 ; STD20017, STDPD20017"--Page ii.
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 6 pages)
Series Title: IEEE Std.
Other Titles: IEEE Std 1729-2014.
Recommended practice for electric power distribution system analysis
Responsibility: sponsor, Power System Analysis, Computing, and Economics Committee of the IEEE Power and Energy Society.

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Abstract: The aim of this recommended practice is to expand the use of IEEE power distribution test feeders into a broader space of software developers, software users, and researchers. The need for new distribution software functionality evolves quickly in areas such as distributed resource modeling, load response to voltage and frequency, reliability improvement, neutral-earth voltage, harmonics, active controls, interoperability, etc. By leveraging and expanding the set of test feeders, more attention can focus on providing the new functionality. The scope of the recommended practice includes steady-state, event-based, probabilistic, stochastic, and dynamic analysis of medium-voltage (up to 35 kV) electric utility power distribution systems. Industrial and commercial power distribution systems, harmonic analysis, and electromagnetic transient analysis are all excluded. Keywords: IEEE 1729, power distribution, power system analysis.

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