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IEEE Guide for Determination of Hottest-Spot Temperature in Dry-Type Transformers

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Organization: IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Publication Date: 13 January 2014
Status: active
Page(s): 1 - 25
ICS Code (Transformers. Reactors): 29.180
ISBN (Online): 978-0-7381-8868-3
DOI: 10.1109/IEEESTD.2014.6712026
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Methodologies for determination of the steady-state winding hottest-spot temperature in dry-type distribution and power transformers with ventilated, sealed, solid cast, and encapsulated windings... View More

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Methodologies for determination of the steady-state winding hottest-spot temperature in dry-type distribution and power transformers with ventilated, sealed, solid cast, and encapsulated windings... View More

Document History

January 13, 2014
IEEE Guide for Determination of Hottest-Spot Temperature in Dry-Type Transformers
Methodologies for determination of the steady-state winding hottest-spot temperature in dry-type distribution and power transformers with ventilated, sealed, solid cast, and encapsulated windings...
C57.134-2013
January 13, 2014
IEEE Guide for Determination of Hottest-Spot Temperature in Dry-Type Transformers
Methodologies for determination of the steady-state winding hottest-spot temperature in dry-type distribution and power transformers with ventilated, sealed, solid cast, and encapsulated windings...
September 17, 2013
IEEE Draft Guide for Determination of Hottest-Spot Temperature in Dry-Type Transformers
Methodologies for determination of the steady-state winding hottest-spot temperature in dry-type distribution and power transformers with ventilated,scaled, solid cast,and encapsulated windings built...
April 5, 2000
IEEE Guide for Determination of Hottest-Spot Temperature in Dry-Type Transformers
Methodologies for determination of the steady-state winding hottest-spot temperature in dry-type distribution and power transformers with ventilated, sealed, solid cast, and encapsulated windings...
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