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IEEE 1127-2013 pdf free.IEEE Guide for the Design,Construction, and Operation of Electric Power Substations for Community Acceptance and Environmental Compatibility.
The guide is generally organiied in chronological order from site selection to design and construction and finally operations and maintenance; however, many of’ the activities discussed in the guide overlap. For cxamplc. the permitting activities in Clause 3 occur throughout the process with some permit considerations occurring at the beginning of site selection and others taking place during construction. Also, many design considerations require more of an iterative process rather than a chronological one. Therefore, users of this guide should be aware that some overlap of informat eon exists between clauses.
2. Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document (i.e., they must be understood and used, so each referenced document is cited in text and its relationship to this document is explained). For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated rcfcrenccs, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments or corrigenda) applies.
Accredited Standards Committee (‘2, National Electrical Safty Code’ (NESC’).” 2
3. DefinitIons
For the purposes of this documern, the following erms and definitions apply. The IEEE Standards 1)ictionurv Online should be consulted for terms not defined in this clause.
A-selghted sound level (dBA): The representation of the sound pressure level that has as much as 40dB of the sound below 100 Hi and a similar amount above 10000 Hi filtered out. This level best approximates the response of the average young ear when listening to most ordinary, everyday sounds. Generally designated in dBA.
commercial tone: A tone that includes offices, shops, hotels, motels, service establishments, or other retail’commcrcial facilities as defined by local ordinances.
hazardous material: Any material that has been so designated by governmental agencies or adversely impacts human health or (he environment.
IndustrIal zone: A tone that includes manufacturing plants where fabrication or original manufacturing is done, as defined by local ordinances.
noise: Undesirable sound emissions or undesirable electromagnetic signalsJemissions.
resIdential zone: A tone that includes single-family and multi-family residential units, as defined by local ordinances.IEEE 1127 pdf free.

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