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  • IEC TS 62782
    This IEC Technical Specification pertains to Photovoltaic (PV) modules – Cyclic (dynamic) mechanical load testing.
  • IEC/IEEE 62582-1
    IEC/IEEE 62582-1:2011 contains requirements for application of the other parts of IEC/IEEE 62582 related to specific methods for condition monitoring in electrical equipment important to safety of nuclear power plants. It also includes requirements which are common to all methods.
  • IEC/IEEE 62582-2
    IEC/IEEE 62582-2:2011 contains methods for condition monitoring of organic and polymeric materials in instrumentation and control systems using the indenter modulus technique in the detail necessary to produce accurate and reproducible measurements.
  • IEC/IEEE 62582-3
    IEC/IEEE 62582-3:2012 contains methods for condition monitoring of organic and polymeric materials in instrumentation and control systems using tensile elongation techniques in the detail necessary to produce accurate and reproducible measurements.
  • IEC/IEEE 62582-4
    IEC/IEEE 62582-4:2011 specifies methods for condition monitoring of organic and polymeric materials in instrumentation and control systems using oxidation induction techniques in the detail necessary to produce accurate and reproducible measurements.
  • IEC/PAS 62111
    Is a Publicly Available Specification (PAS) giving guidance for the use of renewable energies in rural decentralized electrification. Describes the functional specifications on which the design, implementation, and exploitation of the constituent parts of these electrification systems should(...)
  • IEC/PAS 62282-6-150
    IEC/PAS 62282-6-150:2011(E) covers micro fuel cell power systems using hydrogen produced from the reaction of an aqueous solution with solid UN Division 4.3 (water-reactive) compounds in indirect PEM fuel cell systems that are wearable or easily carried by hand, providing d.c. outputs that do(...)
  • IEC/TR 61510
    Identifies those problem areas relating to the safe operation of RBMK reactors and makes recommendations to improve the safety of those reactors. Is a technical report of type 3 and was developed with the participation of IAEA experts.
  • IEC/TR 61838
    IEC/TR 61838:2009 provides a survey of some of the methods by which probabilistic risk assessment results can be used to establish "risk-based" classification criteria, so as to allow FSEs to be placed within the four categories established within IEC 61226.
  • IEC/TR 62096
    IEC/TR 62096:2009 is intended to support owners of a nuclear power plant in the decision-making process and in the preparation for partial or complete modernization of the I&C. For this, it provides a summary of the motivating factors for I&C modernization, the principal options for the(...)
  • IEC/TR 62235
    Gives guidelines for the instrumentation and control systems of interim storage and final repository of nuclear fuel and waste. Covers storage at all types of facilities, such as, fuel fabrication plants, nuclear power plants, reprocessing facilities, interim storage facilities, encapsulation(...)
  • IEC/TR 62837
    IEC/TR 62837:2013(E) provides to the technical committees a framework for the development and adaptation of documents in order to improve energy efficiency in manufacturing, process control and industrial facility management.
  • IEC/TS 61370
    Describes the importance of the chemical characteristics of steam supplied to steam turbines and the need to prevent corrosion and deposition in steam space, in order to minimize the risk of turbine corrosion failures or loss of efficiency or output. Is applicable to turbines of all electrical(...)
  • IEC/TS 61400-13
    Acts as a guide for carrying out measurements used for verification of codes and for direct determination of the structural loading. Focuses mainly on large electricity generating horizontal axis wind turbines.
  • IEC/TS 61400-14
    Gives guidelines for declaring the apparent sound power level and tonality of a batch of wind turbines. Is to be used in conjunction with IEC 61400-11 which gives measurement procedures for apparent sound power level and tonality.
  • IEC/TS 61400-23
    Is a technical specification providing guidelines for the full-scale structural testing of wind turbine blades and for the interpretation or evaluation of results, as a possible part of a design verification of the integrity of the blade. Includes static strength tests, fatigue tests, and(...)
  • IEC/TS 61400-26-1
    IEC 61400-26-1:2011(E) defines generic information categories to which fractions of time can be assigned for a wind turbine generating system (WTGS) considering internal and external conditions based on fraction of time and specifying the following: generic information categories of a WTGS(...)
  • IEC/TS 61836
    Provides terms, definitions and symbols from national and international solar photovoltaic standards and relevant documents used within the field of solar photovoltaic (PV) energy systems.
  • IEC/TS 62257-1
    IEC/TS 62257-1:2013 introduces a methodology for implementing rural electrification using small autonomous hybrid renewable energy systems. It also provides a guide for facilitating the reading and the use of the IEC 62257 series for setting up decentralized rural electrification in developing(...)
  • IEC/TS 62257-12-1
    Proposes comparative tests that could be particularly useful for project implementers to test in laboratories of developing countries the capability of products to be used for their project. The tests can be performed locally, as close as possible of the real site operating conditions.
  • IEC/TS 62257-2
    Proposes a methodological approach for the setting up and carrying out of socio-economic studies as part of the framework of decentralized rural electrification projects. Also provides some structures as technical solutions that could be recommended, depending on the qualitative and(...)
  • IEC/TS 62257-3
    Proposes a framework for project development and management and includes recommended information that should be taken into consideration during all the steps of the electrification project. Also provides information on the responsibilities involved in the implementation of rural power systems.
  • IEC/TS 62257-4
    Provides a method for describing the results to be achieved by the electrification system independently of the technical solutions that could be implemented. Lists the functional requirements that shall be achieved by the production and distribution subsystems.
  • IEC/TS 62257-5
    Specifies the general requirements for the protection of persons and equipment against electrical hazards to be applied in decentralised rural electrification systems. Requirements dealing with protection against electric shock are based on the rules taken from IEC 61140 and IEC 60364.
  • IEC/TS 62257-6
    Describes the various rules to be applied for acceptance, operation, maintenance and replacement of decentralized rural electrification systems which are designed to supply electric power for sites which are not connected to a large interconnected system, or a national grid, in order to meet(...)
  • IEC/TS 62257-7
    IEC/TS 62257-7:2008(E) specifies the general requirements for generators (maximum power = 100 kVA) in decentralized rural electrification systems. Points out the main items that must be considered when selecting, sizing, installing, operating and maintaining this equipment.
  • IEC/TS 62257-7-1
    IEC/TS 62257-7-1:2010(E) specifies the general requirements for the design and the safety of generators used in decentralized rural electrification systems. Provides requirements for ELV and LV PV arrays.
  • IEC/TS 62257-7-3
    IEC/TS 62257-7-3:2008(E) specifies the general requirements for the selection, sizing, erection and operation of generator sets in decentralized rural electrification systems. Applies to all low voltage combustion engine electricity generator sets with a rated power up to 100 kVA, and designed(...)
  • IEC/TS 62257-8-1
    Proposes simple, inexpensive, comparative tests in order to discriminate easily, in a panel of automotive flooded lead-acid batteries the most acceptable model for PV Individual Electrification Systems.
  • IEC/TS 62257-9-1
    IEC 62257-9-1:2008(E) applies to a micropower plant which is the electric energy generation subsystem associated with a decentralized rural electrification system. It provides general requirements for the design, erection and operation of micropower plants and general requirements to ensure(...)