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    GUIDE FOR THE APPLICATION OF METAL-OXIDE SURGE ARRESTERS FOR ALTERNATING-CURRENT SYSTEMS

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    Superseded date:  03-07-2009

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    Published date:  12-01-2013

    Publisher:  Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers

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    1. Scope
    2. References
    3. Definitions, acronyms and abbreviations
       3.1 Definitions
       3.2 Acronyms and abbreviations
    4. General Considerations
       4.1 Overvoltages
       4.2 Metal-Oxide arresters
       4.3 Protective levels
       4.4 Insulation withstand
       4.5 Separation effects
       4.6 Insulation coordination
    5. Protection of transmission equipment and substations
       5.1 Introduction
       5.2 Transformer protection, step-by-step procedures
       5.3 Special Considerations for Protection of Transformers
       5.4 Protection of dry-type insulation
       5.5 Special considerations for shunt capacitor bank applications
       5.6 Protection of underground transmission cables
       5.7 Protection of gas-insulated substations (GIS)
       5.8 Protection of high-power static devices and systems
       5.9 Protection of series capacitor banks
       5.10 Protection of circuit breakers
    6. Protection of distribution systems
       6.1 Introduction
       6.2 General procedure
       6.3 Selection of arrester ratings
       6.4 Distribution system overvoltages
       6.5 Insulation coordination
       6.6 Arrester connections
       6.7 Special applications
       6.8 Isolation
    7. Protection of overhead lines
       7.1 General Considerations
       7.2 Transmission Line Protection
       7.3 Distribution Line Protection
    8. Protection of electrical machines, 1000 V and greater
       8.1 Insulation withstand tests
       8.2 Methods of surge protection for motors started across-the
            line (full voltage start)
    Annex A (informative) Lightning flashes, lightning stroke currents,
                          traveling waves, and station shielding
       A.1 Lightning flashes and strokes
       A.2 Arrester currents due to lightning strokes
       A.3 Line shielding
       A.4 Station shielding
       A.5 Uses of shielding in station protection applications
       A.6 Traveling waves
    Annex B (informative) COG for various conditions
    Annex C (informative) Calculations of surge arrester separation
                          distances
       C.1 Purpose
       C.2 Introduction
       C.3 Definitions of symbols
       C.4 Study Method
       C.5 Selection of S', the steepness or rate of rise of the
            incoming surge
       C.6 Single-line single-transformer substation, example 1
       C.7 Three-line two-transformer substation
       C.8 Presentation of Figure C.8
    Annex D (informative) Distribution system overvoltage line diagrams
    Annex E (informative) Dual transformer station
    Annex F (informative) Modeling of gapless metal-oxide surge arresters
       F.1 Introduction
       F.2 Recommended model for temporary overvoltage and switching
            surge studies
       F.3 Recommended model for lightning studies
    Annex G (informative) "Rules of thumb" for some common arrester
                          energy discharge cases
       G.1 Switching surge energy discharge
       G.2 Arrester energy requirement for shunt capacitor application
    Annex H (informative) Bibliography

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    Covers application of metal oxide surge arresters to safeguard electric power equipment against the hazards of abnormally high voltage surges of various origins.

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    NEMA MG 1 : 2016 MOTORS AND GENERATORS
    IEEE 1313.1 : 1996 INSULATION COORDINATION - DEFINITIONS, PRINCIPLES AND RULES (REVISION AND REDESIGNATION OF IEEE STD 1313-1993)
    IEEE C57.12.01 : 2015 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DRY-TYPE DISTRIBUTION AND POWER TRANSFORMERS
    IEEE 998 : 2012 GUIDE FOR DIRECT LIGHTNING STROKE SHIELDING OF SUBSTATIONS
    IEEE 532 : 2007 SELECTING AND TESTING JACKETS FOR POWER, INSTRUMENTATION, AND CONTROL CABLES
    IEEE C57.12.00 : 2015 STANDARD FOR GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR LIQUID-IMMERSED DISTRIBUTION, POWER, AND REGULATING TRANSFORMERS
    NEMA CP 1 : 2000(R2008) SHUNT CAPACITORS
    IEEE C37.015 : 2009 APPLICATION OF SHUNT REACTOR SWITCHING
    IEC 60071-2:1996 Insulation co-ordination - Part 2: Application guide
    IEEE 422 : 2012 DESIGN OF CABLE RACEWAY SYSTEMS FOR ELECTRIC GENERATING FACILITIES
    IEEE C57.21 : 2008 REQUIREMENTS, TERMINOLOGY, AND TEST CODE FOR SHUNT REACTORS RATED OVER 500 KVA
    IEEE C37.04 : 1999 IEEE STANDARD RATING STRUCTURE FOR AC HIGH-VOLTAGE CIRCUIT BREAKERS RATED ON A SYMMETRICAL CURRENT BASIS
    IEEE 575 : 2014 GUIDE FOR BONDING SHIELDS AND SHEATHS OF SINGLE-CONDUCTOR POWER CABLES RATED 5 KV THROUGH 500 KV
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