PD IEC/TS 61463:2016 - Bushings. Seismic qualification

PD IEC/TS 61463:2016

Bushings. Seismic qualification

Status : Current   Published : August 2016



IEC TS 61463, which is a Technical Specification, is applicable to alternating current and direct current bushings for highest voltages above 52 kV (or with resonance frequencies placed inside the seismic response spectrum), mounted on transformers, other apparatus or buildings. For bushings with highest voltages less than or equal to 52 kV (or with resonance frequencies placed outside from the seismic response spectrum), due to their characteristics, seismic qualification is not used as far as construction practice and seismic construction practice comply with the state of the art.

This document presents acceptable seismic qualification methods and requirements to demonstrate that a bushing can maintain its mechanical properties, insulate and carry current during and after an earthquake.

The seismic qualification of a bushing is only performed upon request.

Standard NumberPD IEC/TS 61463:2016
TitleBushings. Seismic qualification
Publication Date31 August 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 62155, IEC 60068-2-57, IEC 60137, IEC 62217, IEC 61462, IEC 60068-3-3:1991, ISO 2041, IEC 60068-2-47
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEEE Std 693-2005, IEC 62231, IEC 62271-207:2012, IEC 60721-2-6, JEAG 5003-2010, IEC 60068-2-6:2007
International RelationshipsIEC TS 61463:2016
DescriptorsAlternating current, Rated current, Type testing, Electrical testing, Electrical insulating materials, Electrical insulation, Bushes (mechanical components), Impulse-voltage tests, Temperature-rise limit, Rated voltage, Electrical equipment, Electric insulators, Transformers, Electrically-insulated bushings, Switchgear, Electrical installations, High-voltage equipment
ISBN978 0 580 87524 3
File Size2.342 MB

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