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MIL-STO-1332B

13 March 1973
SUFERSED~G
MIL-sTO-1332A
2L MaY 1971

MILITARY STANDARD

DEF 334IT IONS OF


TACTICAL, PRIME , PRECISE, AND UTILIT’f ‘IIXM~oLoG~s
FOR CLASS IF ICATION OF THE DOD MOBILE ELEC’IRIC PUJER
ENGINE GENERATOR SET FAMILY

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M“[I,-STI)-J.332B

l)l!PART1.iZNT
OF DEFENSE
Washin~t6n, D.C. 20301

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EFINITIONS OF TACTICAL, PRINE , PRECISE , AND+.WILITY
TERMI NOLCXIES FOR CLASSIFICATION ‘OF DOD MOBILE ELSCTRIC
POWER ENGINE GENERATOR SET FANILY i’
MI L. STI).1332B

1. This Military Standard is mandatory for use by all Departments


and Agencies of the Department of De fenee.

2. Ret-ended corrections; additions,. or.deletions rihwld be


addressed to: Naval Facilities Engineering Conknd; US Naval Construction
Battalion Cerit<r, ATTN: Code 1’$6,.
Port Huenerb, California 93043.
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8 FOREWORD

This Military Standard has been prepared for use by all Departments
and Agencies of the Department of Defense. Its purpose is to define the
criteria used in the classification of engine generator sets of the tY3D
Standard Family into Tactical and Prime, and into the subclassifications
of Precise and Utility. It provides users an overview of the operating
characteristics of the engine generator sets comprising the DOD Standard
Family and serves as a ready reference and guide for the military services
in the preparation of engine generator set specifications.

The parametric values listed in this Standard (Table II and III)


represent the maximum or minfmum values (as applicable) acceptable to all
of the military services (Army, NaVy, Air Force , and Narine COrps) .

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CONTENTS

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Paragraph 1. SCOPE 1

2. REFERENCE DOCWfENTS 1

3. .DEFINITIONS 1

4. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 3

5. DETAIL REQUIREMENTS 3

TABLES

Table I Maximum dry weights for tactical 5


generator set9

11 Electrical performance characteristic 6


parameters - alternating current
generator sets

111 Electrical performance characteristic 8


parameters (maximum or minimum limits,
as applicable), dc, Utility
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Iv Standard voltaqe connections for 60 Hz, 9
50/60 Hz, and 600 Hz engine generator
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1. SCOPE

1.1 This standard provides definitions for the classification of


engine generator sets comprising the DOD Standard Family by Type, according
to their application, weight, mobility, reliability, and life; by class,
according to their electrical performance characteristics; and by Mode,
according to the frequency of the power generated. The table of electrical
performance characte~istics is annotated to refereme the test method within
MIL-STD-705 used to determine the value of the parameter listed. Separate
tables are provided giving the voltage connections a“d reconnection available
ii each of the gemrator sets of the DOD Standard Family and the derating
of the sets with temperature and altitude.
1.2 The DOD Mobile Electric Pm.JerEngine Generator Set Family covers a
range in output capacity from 0,5 kilowatt (!-w)through 750 kw and include.
electrical power outputs at 60 Hertz (HZ) , 50/60 Hz, @O Hz, akternacing
current (at) , and direct current (de) . Detailed physical and electrical
characteristics for each member of the DOD Standard Family are contained
in MIL-STD-633.
2. SEFERSNCE DOCUM.ZNTS
2.1 The latest issues of the following documents are applicable to
the extent specified herein.
STANDARDS
.@n MILITARY
MIL-STD-633 - Mobile Electric Power Engine ,Generator
Set Family Characteristic Data Sheets.
MIL-STD-705 - Generator Sets, Engine Driven, Methods Of
Tests and Instructions
(Copies of military standards required by supplier’s in connection
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with specific procurement functions should be obtained from the
procuring activity or as directed by the contracting officer.)
OTHER
US Standard Atmosphere 1962 (Prepared by Environmental Science
Service, NASA, and US Air Force)
(Available from the Superintendent of Documents, US Goverment
Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 20402. ) .,’

3. DEFINITIONS
3.1 Classification of en~ine Kenerator sets. Engine generator sets
Are classified by Type, Class, and Mode as fOllOWS:

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3. 1.1.1 ~pe I - Tactical. Generator sets designed for high mobility
in direct suppcrt of military forces where output of generator sets is
normally, but not exclusively, used at generated voltage without necessit Y

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_ Atmospheric Pressure
Altitude inches lK_____ IQU Hg (~tricl

o (ml) 29.92 760.0


1500 feet 28.33 719.7
5000 feet 24.90 632.4
8000 feet 22.23 564.6

4. GENERAL ‘RSQUIREMSNTS

4.1 Environmental conditions. The electrical performance characteristic


parameters listed in tables II and III are applicable throughout the range
of temperatures and altitudes .Ls follows:

Environments Conditions
msl, -25°F W
to +125°F to +125 F 1500 ft 5000 ft 8000 ft
DOD Standard (-31.7’=’Cto (-53.9’=’Ctc goOF 107°F 95%
kw rating +51.7’=’C) +51.7°C) (32.2°C) (&l.7°C) (35’3C)

0.5, 1.5 kw Rated kw Rated kw Xated kw 90% rated kw


reciprocati~
engine driver

3 thru 200 ku Rated k ?ated kw Rated W Rated kw 90% rated kw


reciprocating
engine driver
& gas turbine
engine driver
(G~D)

Above 200 Rated kw Rated kw 80% rated kw 75Z rated k


thru 750 kw
reciprocating
engine driven

Above 200 Rated kw 90% rated kw 75% rated kw 70% rated kw


thru 750 kw -25’% to
GTED +600F
(-31.7°C
to +15.5’3C)
70% rated
kw to 125~
(51.70C)

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&.2 Power rat ing. Engine generator sets with @a~ fhqq$nq,

capability (50/60 Hz) are peqitted to have kw fetiuga: d. %lW,.~ti 3
are 5/6 of tbe 60 Hz kw rating: The ,ac getietrato?gw~ tiMA. *i ~
are rated at 0.8 power factor” (pf) lagging. sew bdbu 3?*.*! rbe~
tit unity (1.0) power factor.

5. DETAIL REQUIREMENTS

Not applicable.

Custodians:
Army - ME
Navy - YD
AF - 11

Review Activities:
A~y - CE
Navy - MC
AF - 13, 80

User Activities:
Army - EL, MU
AF - 17

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Table I. ~imum dry weights for tactical generator sets

kw Maximum ory Weight


rating (POunda )

.5 100
1.5 150
,3.0 .300
5.0 1,100
10 1,400
15 3,000
30 3,500
60 5,000
100 7,000
150 9,000
200 10,500
500/750 32,000

NOTE: 1. Maximum dry weight is the weight of the generator set less
fuel , coolant, lubricant, electrolyte, and optional equipment.

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Table III. Electrical performance characteristic paremetere (m.qx- ~



or minim.un 1imitn, as,applicable).’ dc, Utility

Teat method
Characteristic parameters value MIL-slm-705

Voltage character istj.cs


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a. Regulation (77) 4 608.1
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b. Steady-state-stability (variation)
(bandwidth %) I
2 608.1

c. Transient per formance

1. Application of rated load

(a) Dip (%) 30 619.2

(b) Recovery (seconds) 2 619,2

2. Rejection of rated load

(a) RS.8e (%) 40 619.2

(b) Recovery (seconds) 2 619.2

d. Ripple voltage (%) 5.5 650.1


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e. Voltage adjusting range (Note 1) 511.1 I
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N171E: 1. The voltage adjustment range is 23 to 35 volts it normal ambient


temperatures and ~5 percent of naninal (28 volts) at extreme
temperatures.

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