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2018 Petroleum and Chemical Industry Conference Europe (PCIC Europe)

PCIC Europe is the premier European forum for the exchange of experience in the practical application of electricity and instrumentation in the petroleum, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, including all upstream and downstream activities.



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IEEE Approved Draft Guide for Motor Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power Generating Stations

IEEE P1290/D3, April 2015, 2015

Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.


IEEE Draft Guide for Motor Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power Generating Stations

IEEE P1290/D2, September 2014, 2015

Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.


IEEE Draft Guide for Motor Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power Generating Stations

IEEE P1290/D1, September 2014, 2014

Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.


IEEE Guide for Motor-Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power-Generating Stations

IEEE Std 1290-2015 (Revision of IEEE Std 1290-1996), 2015

Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power-generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.


IEEE Guide for Motor-Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power-Generating Stations - Redline

IEEE Std 1290-2015 (Revision of IEEE Std 1290-1996) - Redline, 2015

Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power-generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.


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  • IEEE Approved Draft Guide for Motor Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power Generating Stations

    Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.

  • IEEE Draft Guide for Motor Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power Generating Stations

    Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.

  • IEEE Draft Guide for Motor Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power Generating Stations

    Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.

  • IEEE Guide for Motor-Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power-Generating Stations

    Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power-generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.

  • IEEE Guide for Motor-Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power-Generating Stations - Redline

    Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power-generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.

  • IEEE Guide for Motor Operated Valve (MOV) Motor Application, Protection, Control, and Testing in Nuclear Power Generating Stations

    Reaffirmed September 22, 2005 Motors used to drive valve operators in nuclear power generating stations are discussed. Guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of motors used to drive valve operators; to provide recommendations for motor application; and to provide methods for protection, control, and testing of motors used for valve operation are presented.

  • Selection of motor operated valves (MOV'S) for nuclear power plant application

    Nuclear power plants are reviewed and qualified by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to operate only if it is certified that every safety related installed equipment is in good standing and operative. They should be able to perform the functions for which they are designed whenever they are called upon to do so, especially in cases of nuclear emergencies. Motor operated valves (MOVs) are one of such very important equipment. They are used to seat and unseat valves which perform safety related duties in nuclear power plants. Most of the failure of the valves reported are due to the incorrect sizing and selection of the actuator motor. The problem is that the valves are mechanical equipment with their associated mechanical terminology, yet the electrical engineer is more often than not called upon to size and select the appropriate motor required to drive the valve in order to perform the desired functions. This paper presents a background on motor operated valves in order-to provide a starting point for electrical engineers stepping freshly into this field. It reviews the procedure to select the correct size of the actuator motor to match a given application. Examples of typical selection procedures are provided.

  • Tracking motor capability of MOVs to maintain design operability

    The purpose of this paper is to develop a methodology to measure the motor capability of AC motors used in motor operated valves (MOVs) under a degraded voltage condition. The methodology is based on the measurement of the motor at the motor control center that can readily be performed during surveillance testing or in an outage. Field verification of the methodology is also provided to assure reliability. This approach will help resolve verifying the AC MOV's design basis capability at torque switch or control switch trip settings. The methodology can be effectively used at the motor control center and predict reliably the left torque capability of the motor to resolve the response to NRC GL 95-05 (periodic verification testing).

  • A DSB-SC demodulation technique for nonintrusive diagnostics of motor-operated valves

    The health of motor-operated valves (MOVs) used in nuclear power plants may be monitored by analyzing the current drawn by its motor. This paper presents a technique for demodulating double sideband suppressed carrier modulation, an essential prerequisite for motor current analysis. Unlike conventional methods of demodulation, the technique does not require a synchronized sinusoid. The practical applicability of the technique is demonstrated by monitoring a nuclear-grade MOV through motor current analysis.

  • A New Optimal Design Method of Rotor Slot of Three-Phase Squirrel Cage Induction Motor for NEMA Class D Speed-Torque Characteristic Using Multi-Objective Optimization Algorithm

    This paper presents a systematic optimal design algorithm to design the shape of rotor slot to get a specific speed-torque characteristic in three-phase squirrel cage induction motor for the application to motor operated valve (MOV) actuator. The developed method consists of three steps: design based on equivalent circuit method (ECM) utilizing multi-objective formulation, selection of the strongly influential geometric parameters of rotor slot, and precise design based on finite element method (FEM). The validity of the suggested design method is demonstrated through applications to rotor slot design of three-phase induction motor to achieve a NEMA class D speed-torque characteristic.




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