BS IEC SRD 62913-1:2019 - Generic smart grid requirements. Specific application of the Use Case methodology for defining generic smart grid requirements according to the IEC systems approach

BS IEC SRD 62913-1:2019

Generic smart grid requirements. Specific application of the Use Case methodology for defining generic smart grid requirements according to the IEC systems approach

Status : Current   Published : June 2019

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IEC SRD 62913-1:2019 (E) describes a common approach for IEC technical committees to define generic smart grid requirements for further standardization work. It uses as input the Use Case methodology defined as part of the IEC 62559 series, and provides a more detailed methodology for describing Use Cases and extracting requirements from these Use Cases. This is necessary to achieve a consistent and homogeneous description of generic requirements for the different areas which make up the smart grid environment.




Standard NumberBS IEC SRD 62913-1:2019
TitleGeneric smart grid requirements. Specific application of the Use Case methodology for defining generic smart grid requirements according to the IEC systems approach
StatusCurrent
Publication Date07 June 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/IEC 19501, IEC 61968, ISO/IEC 19505-2, IEC 61970, IEC 62559-2, IEC 61850, IEC 62351, ISO/IEC 19505-1, IEC 62559-3, IEC 62439, IEC 61869-9, IEC 62325, IEC 61968-1:2012, IEC/TR 62746-2 Ed.1.0, IEC TR 62939-1:2014, IEC PAS 62559:2008
International RelationshipsIEC SRD 62913-1:2019
DescriptorsControl systems, Computer programs, Standardization, Methodology, Grids
ICS29.240
29.020
CommitteeGEL/8
ISBN978 0 580 88469 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages62
File Size7.33 MB
Price£254.00


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