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IEEE 1662-2016 pdf free.IEEE Recommended Practice for the Design and Application of Power Electronics in Electrical Power Systems.
Whereas PE that converts power between difl’crcnt frequencies or voltages may also participate in system-level protection functions, certain PE only assumes the function of “protecting.” k specifically does not convert power between dilkrent frequencies or voltages, and behaves passive with rcspcct to voltage control. Thcrefore this protective function is spccifically called out in this guide. Examples include static transfer switches, solid-state fault current limiters, and solid-state crowbar switches.
A fourth system level function exists called “active filtering.” This function only affects the quality of the voltagc or current wavefonns, although it does not actively control the magnitude of the fundamental waveform component. Only an SVARC, which is also considered to assume the function of aciivejiltering, affects the fundamental current waveform component in voltage-controlled systems. However, while performing the function of adivefillering, it does not provide primary voltage control, and hence, does not assume (he function of sourcing.
4.2 Recommended PEBB architecture for PE applications
The PLHH concept includes power processor blocks single phases or multiple phases), gate dnves and sensor blocks, analog-to-digital converter blocks for sensor signals, switching or gate drive control blocks, and blocks for communication with higher level controllers. The exact requirements for the system protection depend on its mission and configuration of the system. Each PEBB includes built-in self-protection against voltage surges, overvoltage and undervoltage, fault currents, ground currents, internal faults, overloads, and over temperature. From IEEE Std 1676-20 10, ‘recommended PEBB architecture for PE applications is shown in Figure I.
4.3 Typical applications
lixamples oftypical and future applications of PE in electrical power systems described by Wheeler and Bo7h- ko [H53J, Nil and Makato [l4Xj. l)ragicevic et al. [B2J, and Khersonsky [B34] are shown in Figure 2.
5. General requirements
5.1 Introduction
Mi should comply with the IEEE. IEC, and UL. standards applicable to the specific type of PF. equipment. standards listed as nonnative in (‘lause 2, as well as with all requirements in this standard.
5.2 Power rating
The PE power rating can be impacted by environmentally specific requirements. overload conditions. and protection eqUipment. The nominal power rating of PE equipment is the rated load at which the equipment can continuously operate without exceeding the steady-state temperature rise as specified by the manufuciurer. The nominal rating should be stated on the nameplate.IEEE 1662 pdf download.

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