IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. - PC37.104/D9, April 2012

IEEE Guide for Automatic Reclosing of Circuit Breakers for AC Distribution and Transmission Lines

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Organization: IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Publication Date: 6 July 2012
Status: inactive
Page(s): 1 - 71
ICS Code (Switches): 29.120.40
ISBN (Online): 978-0-7381-7489-1
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Current reclosing practices for transmission and distribution lines are described. Application considerations and coordination practices of reclosing are also discussed.

Document History

PC37.104/D9, April 2012
July 6, 2012
IEEE Guide for Automatic Reclosing of Circuit Breakers for AC Distribution and Transmission Lines
Current reclosing practices for transmission and distribution lines are described. Application considerations and coordination practices of reclosing are also discussed.
July 6, 2012
IEEE Guide for Automatic Reclosing of Circuit Breakers for AC Distribution and Transmission Lines - Redline
Current reclosing practices for transmission and distribution lines are described. Application considerations and coordination practices of reclosing are also discussed. (An errata is available at...
July 6, 2012
IEEE Guide for Automatic Reclosing of Circuit Breakers for AC Distribution and Transmission Lines
Current reclosing practices for transmission and distribution lines are described. Application considerations and coordination practices of reclosing are also discussed. (An errata is available at...
March 6, 2012
IEEE Draft Guide for Automatic Reclosing of Circuit Breakers for AC Distribution and Transmission Lines
Describe current reclosing practices for transmission and distribution lines. Also discussed will be application considerations and coordination practices of reclosing.
April 4, 2003
IEEE Guide for Automatic Reclosing of Line Circuit Breakers for AC Distribution and Transmission Lines
Guidelines for the application of automatic reclosing facilities to circuit breakers are established. Decisions concerning the use of such facilities in specific cases are left to the user.
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