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C57.129-1999.pdf

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 The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.3 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016-5997, USACopyright © 2000 by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.All rights reserved. Published 6 June 2000. Printed in the United States of America.Print: ISBN 0-7381-1835-4 SH94800PDF: ISBN 0-7381-1836-2 SS94800No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form, in an electronic retrieval system or otherwise, without the priorwritten permission of the publisher.
 IEEE Std C57.129-1999
 IEEE Standard GeneralRequirements and Test Codefor Oil-Immersed HVDC ConverterTransformers
Sponsor
 Transformers Committee
 of the
 IEEE Power Engineering Society
 Approved 16 September 1999
 IEEE-SA Standards Board
 Abstract:
The electrical, mechanical, and physical requirements of oil-immersed single-phase andthree-phase converter transformers are specified. Tests are described and test code defined.Devices such as arc furnace transformers and rectifier transformers for industrial or locomotiveapplications are not covered.
 Keywords:
construction, converter transformers, HVDC, oil-immersed, rating, requirements, tests,test code
 
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 Introduction
 (This introduction is not part of IEEE Std C57.129-1999, IEEE Standard General Requirements and Test Code for Oil-Immersed HVDC Converter Transformers.)
 In 1986, the Transformers Committee of the IEEE Power Engineering Society created the HVDC ConverterTransformers and Smoothing Reactors Subcommittee. This subcommittee developed from the workinggroup that prepared Paper 85 SM 375-1, “Recommended Dielectric Tests and Test Procedures for ConverterTransformers and Smoothing Reactors.” Although HVDC transformers and smoothing reactors were beingbuilt and operated for over 20 years, prior to this standard there were only two papers available that pre-sented suggested dielectric tests for the HVDC equipment: IEEE Paper 85 mentioned above, and a CIGRÉpaper published in 1976. Clearly, with the increased activity in HVDC transmission, there was a significantneed for a standard covering the requirements and testing of inductive equipment for HVDC stations, andthe first responsibility of the new subcommittee was to create a proposed standard for HVDC stressed equip-ment. Two separate standards have been developed—one for oil-immersed transformers and one for bothdry-type and oil-immersed smoothing reactors.Significant accomplishments of this standard include:Establishment of dielectric tests on HVDC transformers. In addition to the polarity reversal test andlong-term dc tests recommended by the previous papers, a special 1 h ac applied voltage test on thedc-side winding has been included to demonstrate insulation integrity for service conditions. Theduration of the long-term dc test has been increased, and the polarity reversal test has been modifiedto include two reversals instead of one.Establishment of a procedure for measuring load losses at higher harmonics.At the time of publication of this document, membership of the HVDC Converter Transformers and Smooth-ing Reactors Subcommittee of the IEEE Transformers Committee was as follows:
 Richard Dudley,
 
Co-Chair 
 William (Bill) N. Kennedy,
 
Co-Chair 
 Other individuals who contributed to the development of the document are:
D. J. AllanJames CrossV. DahindenFred E. ElliotJoe FoldiJ. Alan C. ForrestLars-Erik JuhlinKlaus PappCarlos PiexotoEinar PurpaPierre RiffonGeorges H. VaillancourtJoe D. WatsonFrank DavidDonald A. GilliesPeter IijimaJack W. McGillE. T. NortonV. Q. PhamW. W. Stein

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