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2020 IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Workshop (ESW)

Accelerate application of breakthrough improvements in human factors, technology, and managing systems that reduce risk of electrical injuries. Stimulate innovation in overcoming barriers. Change and advance the electrical safety culture to enable sustainable improvements in prevention of electrical accidents and injuries


2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM)

The Annual IEEE PES General Meeting will bring together over 2900 attendees for technical sessions, administrative sessions, super sessions, poster sessions, student programs, awards ceremonies, committee meetings, tutorials and more


2020 IEEE/PES Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition (T&D)

Bi-Annual IEEE PES T&D conference. Largest T&D conference in North America.


2019 IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting is a gathering of experts who work and conduct research in the industrial applications of electrical systems.


2019 IEEE Rural Electric Power Conference (REPC)

The IEEE-REPC conference is geared toward the practicing engineer working for a rural electric cooperative, an investor-owned utility or a municipal electric utility. Consulting engineers, manufacturers and educators specializing in electric utility power system planning, design or equipment development are encouraged to participate. The conference consists of technical paper presentations gears to the use of new technologies and innovative use of existing technologies. There are also exhibits set up during the conference to provide the opportunity to network with peers and manufacturers and consultants.


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Electrical Insulation Magazine, IEEE

The magazine covers theory, analysis, design (computer-aided design), and practical implementation of circuits, and the application of circuit theoretic techniques to systems and to signal processing. Content is written for the spectrum of activities from basic scientific theory to industrial applications.


Industry Applications Magazine, IEEE

This magazine publishes articles concerning technical subjects and professional activities that are within the scope of IAS and are of interest to society members. The information includes but is not limited to articles, product reviews, book reviews, new standards, education information, announcements of conferences, workshops, new publications, committee meetings and reports of IAS activities.


Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on

The development and application of electric systems, apparatus, devices, and controls to the processes and equipment of industry and commerce; the promotion of safe, reliable, and economic installations; the encouragement of energy conservation; the creation of voluntary engineering standards and recommended practices.


Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on

Research, development, design, application, construction, the installation and operation of apparatus, equipment, structures, materials, and systems for the safe, reliable, and economic delivery and control of electric energy for general industrial, commercial, public, and domestic consumption.



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Relationships of National Electrical Safety Code Vertical Clearances and Potentially Conflicting Activity

IEEE Power Engineering Review, 1985

The development of the vertical clearance requirements of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) is briefly discussed and illustrated. Diagrams and tables are provided to summarize the clearances which generally apply in each land category and show the relationship of these clearances to the potential conflicting activities underneath the line. Comments on intended applications are included to aid engineers in ...


A piezo-electric method for the instantaneous measurement of high pressures

Journal of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1922

Quartz plates properly cut from quartz crystal liberate an electric charge when subjected to pressure. A stack of these plates are placed in a small steel container in the form of a plug which is screwed into the breach block of a gun.


Fence Safety Clearances for Electric Supply Stations

IEEE Power Engineering Review, 1987

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National Electrical Safety Code (NESC)-review of 2002 Edition

2001 IEEE/PES Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition. Developing New Perspectives (Cat. No.01CH37294), 2001

The 2002 Edition of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC), ANSI C2, is scheduled to be published in August 2001, to be effective February 2002, succeeding the present (1997) issue of the Code. The NESC provides safety requirements for the installation, operation or maintenance of outdoor communication and electric power facilities. it therefore complements the National Electrical Code (NEC) which ...


Fence Safety Clearances for Electric Supply Stations

IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, 1987

Recommended clearances for substation fences from energized live parts within an electric supply station are not addressed in the National Electrical Safety Code. This paper documents the activities of the authors to develop guidelines for establishing such fence safety clearances. Results of questionnaires designed to determine present practices and the balloting process for the initial recommendation are summarized. Also, a ...


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  • Relationships of National Electrical Safety Code Vertical Clearances and Potentially Conflicting Activity

    The development of the vertical clearance requirements of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) is briefly discussed and illustrated. Diagrams and tables are provided to summarize the clearances which generally apply in each land category and show the relationship of these clearances to the potential conflicting activities underneath the line. Comments on intended applications are included to aid engineers in understanding vertical clearance requirements and in developing special clearances for applications not specified in the NESC. Each category of Table 232-1 of the NESC is discussed and the vertical clearance requirements of Rules 232A and 232B are summarized in tables. Certain clearance values are shown to adhere to general relationships; others represent special cases which have been developed over the years from experience with actual construction. This work is the basis of a complete review of these relationships now being undertaken for use in simplifying the clearance rules in a future edition of the NESC.

  • A piezo-electric method for the instantaneous measurement of high pressures

    Quartz plates properly cut from quartz crystal liberate an electric charge when subjected to pressure. A stack of these plates are placed in a small steel container in the form of a plug which is screwed into the breach block of a gun.

  • Fence Safety Clearances for Electric Supply Stations

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  • National Electrical Safety Code (NESC)-review of 2002 Edition

    The 2002 Edition of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC), ANSI C2, is scheduled to be published in August 2001, to be effective February 2002, succeeding the present (1997) issue of the Code. The NESC provides safety requirements for the installation, operation or maintenance of outdoor communication and electric power facilities. it therefore complements the National Electrical Code (NEC) which provides requirements for indoor facilities. The NESC is intended to primarily focus on helping ensure the safety of employees and the public, and is not intended to be a design specification or instruction manual.

  • Fence Safety Clearances for Electric Supply Stations

    Recommended clearances for substation fences from energized live parts within an electric supply station are not addressed in the National Electrical Safety Code. This paper documents the activities of the authors to develop guidelines for establishing such fence safety clearances. Results of questionnaires designed to determine present practices and the balloting process for the initial recommendation are summarized. Also, a final suggestion for fence safety clearances is presented with example applications. The intent of this paper is to generate discussions and obtain comments on the suggested safety clearances.

  • NRECA Transmission and Distribution Engineering Committee

    In February 1991, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) formed the Transmission and Distribution Engineering Committee (T&DEC). The purpose of T&DEC is to augment the Rural Electrification Administration's (REAs) ability to provide rural electric systems with technical information by: providing a mechanism whereby engineers from the rural electric systems can work together on items of common technical interest; establishing a national forum through which engineers from the rural electric systems can exchange technical information; providing a channel for rural electric systems to provide input to REA on field experience with items of material and equipment included in the REA List of Materials; and providing a method for rural electric systems to suggest to REA new or revised material or construction specifications, standards, guides, or other technical material.<<ETX>>

  • Impact of NEC and NESC on wind and solar plants

    Wind and solar power plants may be subject to different standards and interconnection requirements, depending on their size, geographic location, interconnection point and other factors. The National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) applies to electric supply facilities, while the National Electrical Code (NEC) governs utilization facilities. NESC applies on the utility side of the service point, while NEC applies on the customer side of the service point. In some jurisdictions, there may be uncertainty over which code applies to customer-owned generation like wind and solar plants. The engineering and construction implications of this difference are discussed.

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  • Achieved Reliability of the North American Design Approaches for Transmission Overhead Structures

    Structural reliabilities of three reference transmission overhead structures: a suspension steel lattice tower, a tangent H-frame wood structure and a self- supporting steel pole structure, designed according to the stipulated deterministic approaches of the American National Electrical Safety Code (NESC C2-2002) and the Canadian Standard (CSA C22.3 No. 1-2001) were assessed. Structural reliabilities of these reference structures, designed according to an alternate Canadian approach based on reliability-based design, were also assessed. The paper presents the achieved reliability for the reference structures, considering two balanced load scenarios: wind only and wind combined with ice. Similarities and differences between the NESC C2 and the CSA C22.3 design approaches are discussed

  • Primary neutral-to-earth voltage levels as affected by system grounding, neutral separation, and load balancing

    The authors report the results of a field investigation undertaken to examine how primary neutral-to-earth voltage levels on a rural distribution feeder are affected by the degree of primary neutral grounding, primary/secondary neutral separation, load balance, and feeder configuration. Activities resulting from stray voltage concerns on dairy farms have identified the above items as potentially affecting primary neutral-to-earth voltage levels. The results of this study have shown that the present preferred method of solidly bonding primary and secondary neutrals is consistent with the goal of minimizing primary neutral-to-earth voltage on rural feeders. The large amounts of supplemental primary neutral grounding, load balancing, and line reconstruction accomplished during this investigation could not reduce the primary neutral-to-earth voltage to zero. The long-term solutions for managing stray voltage at animal contact points must address the existence of primary neutral currents and the small amount of neutral-to-earth voltage that is created on and/or coupled to the primary neutral system.<<ETX>>



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