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IEEE Std 1679-2020 pdf free.IEEE Recommended Practice for the Characterization and Evaluation of Energy Storage Technologies in Stationary Applications.
1.1 Scope
This document covers recommended information for an objective cvaluation of an emerging or alternativc energy storage technology by a potential user for any stationary application. Energy storage technologies arc those that provide a mcans for the reversible storage of electrical encrgy. i.e.. the device receives electrical energy and is able to discharge electrical energy at a later 1mw. The storage mcditLm may be elccirochcmical (e.g., batteries), kinetic (e.g.. flywheels), electrostatic (e.g., clectric doublc-layer capacitors [EDLCs]), thernial. compressed air, or some other medium. While many of the principles outlined in this recommended practice can be applied to a wide range of encrgy storagc technologies, the primary focus is on stationary batteries. Devices recharged by non-electrical means, such as fuel cells, are beyond the scope ofthis document.
For the purposes of this document. emerging technologies are defined as those technologies recently, or soon to be. made available for sale under customary commercial terms (e.g., defined scope-of-supply, warranted performance). Alternative technologies are those that are currently mature but arc less well-known or as frequently deployed as traditional technologies such as lead-acid and nickel-cadmium batteries or pumped- storage hydra. Stationary applications include both standby service and cycling operation.
The document provides a common basis for the expression of performance characteristics and the treatment of life-testing data. A standard approach for analysis of failure modes is also provided, including assessment of safety attributes. The intent of this document is to ensure that characterization infonnation, including test conditions and limits of applicability, is sufficiently complete to allow valid comparisons to be made. The document does not specify test methods, minimum requirements, or pass/fail criteria.
This recommended practice does not describe individual energy storage technologies, nor does it provide guidance on their suitability for a particular application. This document does not cover sizing. installation. maintenance, and testing techniques. except insofar as they may influence the evaluation of a technology for its intended application.
1.2 Purpose
This recommended practice describes a format for the characterization of emerging or alternative energy storage technologies in terms of performance, service life, and safety attributes. This format provides framework for developers to describe their products. The resulting information assists users in evaluating the possible application of emerging or alternative energy storage technologies.
1.3 Word usage
The word shall indicates mandatory requirements strictly to be followed in order to conform to the standard and from which no deviation is pennitted (.chal! equals is required to).
The word should indicates that among several possibilities one is recommended as particularly suitabic, without mentioning or excluding others; or that a certain course of action is preferred but not necessarily required (should equals is recomnwnded that).
The word mm’ is used to indicate a course of action permissible within the limits of the standard (mm equals ispenniued to).
The word can is used for statements of possibility and capability, whether material. physical. or causal (can equals is able 1t).
2. Definitions, acronyms, and abbreviations
2.1 Definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply. IEEE Sid IXX l. IEEE Standard Glo.ssarv of Stationary Battery Terminology ttJ, or the IEEE Siandani.s I3icrionars’ Online should be consulted for terms not defined in this clause
cycling: The repeated charging and discharging of a battery or other energy storage device.
electric doublelaer capacitor (EI)LC): A device having characteristics of both conventional capacitors and electrochemical cells, storing charge electrostatically at voltages similar to those of secondary cells.IEEE Std 1679 pdf download.

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