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BS EN 61513:2013 Nuclear power plants. Instrumentation and control important to safety. General requirements for systems

BS EN 61513:2013

Nuclear power plants. Instrumentation and control important to safety. General requirements for systems

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Standard number:BS EN 61513:2013
Pages:104
Released:2013-03-31
ISBN:978 0 580 76695 4
Status:Standard
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BS EN 61513:2013


This standard BS EN 61513:2013 Nuclear power plants. Instrumentation and control important to safety. General requirements for systems is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 27.120.20 Nuclear power plants. Safety
IEC 62975:2021 provides procedures and guidelines that are intended for the use and maintenance of natural ester liquid in sealed transformers and other electrical equipment.
This document is applicable to natural esters, originally supplied conforming to IEC 62770 and other applicable standards (e.g. ASTM D6871) in transformers, switchgear and electrical apparatus where liquid sampling is practical and where the normal operating conditions specified in the equipment specifications apply.
At present, there is a limited amount of information available for electrical equipment other than transformers.
This document is also intended to assist the power equipment operator to evaluate the condition of the natural ester and maintain it in a serviceable condition. It also provides a common basis for the preparation of more specific and complete local codes of practice.
The document includes recommendations on tests and evaluation procedures and outlines methods for reconditioning and reclaiming the liquid, when necessary.