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2 2 Substations Committee Scope The treatment of all matters in which the dominant factors are the electrical and structural design including environmental concerns, construction, installation, operation and control of automatic, partially automatic and manual substations including switching stations, transformer stations and generating station switchyards. Included in the scope of this Committee shall be treatment of the following: Automatic and Supervisory Control Systems Data Acquired Within Sub-stations Fundamental Single Line Wiring Diagrams Insulation Coordination Gas Insulated Design. except assemblies Bus Design for Substations D.C. Stations Environmental Concerns in Substation Design Substation Safety Substation Grounding Substation Capacitor Banks, and Substation Seismic Design Matters relating to particular application requirements in substations may be treated jointly with appropriate Committees that have responsibility for substation design, performance and standards

3 3 Substations Committee Objectives OBJECTIVES: Main Objective: Disseminate Technical Information to Engineers for the benefit of Society. Accomplished by: Standards and Guides Development. Conduct paper reviews in accordance with Technical Council requirements. Panel sessions paper session at the General Meeting and T&D Conference. Promote Increased Interaction with Other Entities of the IEEE and Other Professional Organizations such as CIGRE. Help engineers expand their experience and knowledge through participation of working groups standard developments and by offering tutorial related to substation design and engineering. Nominate qualified Substations Committee members for the IEEE senior and fellow member grades. Promote the participations of the new engineers in the activities of the Substations Committee and provide Incentives for Student Participation in the Committee Activities. This will insure

4 4 Substations Committee Organization

5 5 Data Acquisition Processing and Control Systems Subcommittee C0 Treatment of all matters relating to data acquired within sub-stations and its processing for monitoring, analysis and local and/or remote control of substation apparatus and devices connected to the substation. Working Group C1- Application of Computer-Aided Systems to Substation. Working Group C3 - Electric Network Control Systems Standards Working Group C5- Standard For Electric Power System Device Function Number and Contact Designations. Working Group –C6 Trial use Standard for a Cryptographic Protocol for Cyber Security of Substation Serial Link

6 6 Transmission and Distribution Subcommittee D0 Responsible for treatment of all matters pertaining to the design, construction and operation of Transmission and Distribution Substations, and the application of switching devices and other equipment, instrumentation and protective and control equipment in Transmission and Distribution Substations. Working group-D1: Lightning Protection of Substations. Working Group D3: Substation Bus Design Working Group D4: Substation Safety. Working Group D5: Substation Insulation Coordination. Working Group D6: Substation Grounding Measurements. Working Group D7:Substation Grounding Design and Analysis. Working Group D9: Permanent Connection in Substation.

7 7 West Coast Subcommittee F0 Within the scope of the Main Committee, to foster closer cooperation among and permit more active participation of the Western members in all projects authorized by the Committee, and to provide direct contact in the planning of Pacific Coast technical activities. Working Group -F1: Seismic Design Criteria For Substation. Working Group -F2: Cable Systems in Substations. Working Group -F3: Substation Fire Protection Practices.

8 8 Substations Environmental Subcommittee G0 Responsible for treatment of all matters relating to design and location of distribution and transmission substations as to their effect on the environment of the adjacent community. Special emphasis shall be made to the factors that must be considered in design such as aesthetic treatment, overall visual appearance, erosion control and oil spill containment. Audible noise, electromagnetic interference and electrical interference shall be considered as far as the zoning acceptance is concerned. WORKING GROUP G1 - SLIDE LIBRARY WORKING GROUP G2 - DESIGN & LOCATION OF SUBSTATIONS FOR COMMUNITY ACCEPTANCE. WORKING GROUP G3 - SUBSTATION SECURITY

9 9 High Voltage Power Electronics Stations-I0 Treatment of all matters relating to design, construction, and operation of AC substations using HV power electronics as part of the electrical power system, including FACTS and HVDC converter stations. This includes the application of HV power semiconductor equipment and all other components insofar as they affect the design, construction, and operation of such substations. Interest in such components is limited to their effects on overall station parameters and does not include the detailed design of the equipment itself WORKING GROUP I1 - POWER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT WORKING GROUP I3 – SAFETY ASPECTS OF HVDC TRANSMISSION WORKING GROUP I4 – STATIC VAR COMPENSATORS (SVCs) WORKING GROUP I5 – VOLTAGE SOURCED CONVERTERS (VSC)

10 10 GAS INSULATED SUBSTATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE - K0 Review, study, and document design, application, installation, testing, operating and maintenance practices for gas insulated substations (GIS) of 72.5 kV and above, and identify the need for, and sponsor the preparation of, standards, guides, technical bulletins and other informative materials as related to the gas insulated substations and related technologies. Develop Guide for Application Medium Voltage Gas Insulated Substations 1kV up to 52 kV. Conduct GIS/GIL/SF6 tutorials, panel sessions. Develop GIL Application Guide. Review Maintenance and Operation of GIS/GIL. WORKING GROUP K1 – STANDARDS AND GUIDES TASK FORCE K1 TF2- APPLICATION GUIDE FOR MEDIUM VOLTAGE GAS INSULATED SUBSTATION, 1KV -52KV. WORKING GROUP K2 –PUBLICATIONS AND INFORMATION DISSEMINATION WORKING GROUP K3 – APPLICATION OF GIS TECHNOLOGY. Task Force K3 TF1- GIL Application Guide WORKING GROUP K4 – MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF GIS Task Force K4-TF1- Operations and Maintenance – Series of Users Group Meetings

11 11 Substations Committee Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA April 05-April 11, 2008 Substations Committee Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA April 05-April 11, 2008 Substation Web page:

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13 13 Q2.1.1.(7)-(8) Stadard Usage

14 14 Comments for Q2.1.1(1)-(8) based on Pre-Survey

15 15 Q2.1.2.(1) Standard Bus Configuration -1

16 16 Q2.1.2.(1) Standard Bus Configuration -2

17 17 Q2.1.2.(1) Standard Bus Configuration -3

18 18 Q2.1.2.(1) Standard Bus Configuration -4

19 19 Q2.1.2.(2) Insulation Coordination

20 20 Q2.1.2.(3) Allowable Minimum Clearance

21 21 Comments for Q2.1.2(1)-(3) based on Pre-Survey 2

22 22 Q2.2 Constructability Q2.2(1) Do you control construction deviations from design?

23 23

24 24 Q2.2 Constructability

25 25 Q2.2 Constructability Comments for Q2.2(1)-(3) based on Pre-Survey 3

26 26 Q2.3 Maintainability

27 27 Q2.3 Maintainability Q2.3 (2) Do you have a formal feedback process of maintenance to modify engineering standards?

28 28 Q2.3 Maintainability Q2.3 (3) Is maintenance involved in the conceptual stage of a substation project?

29 29 Comments for Q2.2 & Q2.3 based on Pre-Survey 4

30 30 Q2.4 Optimized Technology, Repeatable design

31 31 Comments for Q2.4 based on Pre-Survey 5

32 32 Q2.5.1-4 Engineering Quality Control

33 33 Q2.5.1-4 Engineering Quality Control

34 34 Comments for Q2.5 based on Pre-Survey 6

35 35 Q2.6 Use of Pre-engineering/-fabricated/-tested etc.

36 36 Comments for Q2.6 based on Pre-Survey 7

37 37 Q3.1.1 What kind of Construction Method used to construct a new AIS?

38 38 Q3.1.2 What kind of Method in cae of Expansions?

39 39 Cmments for Q3.1.1-2 based on Pre-Survey

40 40 Q3.2 What kind of Logistics Strategy?

41 41 Q3.3 Do you adopt following design to deal with transportation restriction?

42 42 Comments for Q3.4 based on Pre-Survey 9

43 43 Q3.5.1 How do you manage substation outage at the Expansion?

44 44 Q3.5.2 How long is the Standard Shutdown Period in the Expansion on Daily Basis?

45 45 Q3.5.3 How long is the Standard Expansion Period from the engineering design to the completion of expansion on a Monthly Basis?

46 46 Comments for Q3.5.1-3 based on Pre-Survey 9

47 47 Q4.1.1 What Kind of Test do you require for Main Transformer?

48 48 Q4.1.2 What Kind of Test do you require for Circuit Breaker?

49 49 Q4.2 Training Requirement

50 50 Comments for Q4.2 based on Pre-Survey 9

51 51 Q4.3.1 Capital Spending % for New Substation(Average)

52 52 Q4.3.2 Capital Spending % for Refurbishment etc.(Average)

53 53 Comments for Q4.3.1-2 based on Pre-Survey 9

54 54 Q5.1 Specification for Industry Standard, limited custom design.

55 55

56 56 Comments for Q5.1&5 based on Pre-Survey 10

57 57 Q6.1 What kind of Documents are required?

58 58 Comments for Q6.1 based on Pre-Survey 12

59 59 Q6.2 What kind of Site Clean-Up are required?

60 60 Free Comment(1)-1

61 61 Free Comment(1)-2 14

62 62 Free Comment(2) 15

63 63 Free Comment(3) 16

64 64 Free Comment(4)


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