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IEEE standards are used around the globe to help industries and companies open business opportunities, build order in the marketplace, generate public and customer trust, and enhance safety. The All-Inclusive Standards subscription provides access to the growing collection of over 4,600 IEEE standards, including drafts and archived standards. The standards in the subscription encompass a striking range of industries, addressing topics in high-impact technologies, from existing infrastructure to disciplines that promise to change the world. Includes IEEE Standards Dictionary Online and IEEE Redline Versions of Standards.
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Published exclusively by IEEE, the NESC sets ground rules for practical safeguarding of persons during the installation, operation, or maintenance of electric supply and communication lines and associated equipment. The NESC contains the basic provisions that are considered necessary for the safety of employees and the public under the specified conditions. A subscription includes: National Electrical Safety Code 2012, 2007, and 2002, as well as Preprints. Includes IEEE Redline Versions of Standards.
This powerful collection contains over 700 standards, drafts, IEEE Redline Versions of Standards, and archived IEEE and ANSI standards on nuclear engineering, radiation detection, and homeland security. The standards in this subscription cover the full range of nuclear engineering–related technologies and applications, including equipment qualification, auxiliary power, testing and reliability, control facilities, personnel protection, industrial processes, and nuclear and radiation applications. In addition, you'll find an extensive glossary defining more than 1,300 terms, as well as a complete index and a list of Internet resources.
This subscription provides access to the growing collection of over 440 IEEE power distribution and regulating transformers standards, drafts, IEEE Redline Versions of Standards, and archived standards used throughout the power industry today. These standards help ensure the reliable and secure operation of the power grid while fostering reliability, stability, flexibility, and capacity of power-delivery systems. The standards in the subscription address the design, performance, installation, and operation of overhead and underground electric distribution systems. They cover power capacitors, insulated connectors, energized power lines, power frequency and reliability, hardware, and more.
With a drive for greater reliance on electric power, the role of protective relaying in electric power system design and operation is growing. This subscription provides access to a critical collection of over 160 protective relaying standards, drafts, IEEE Redline Versions of Standards, and archived standards demanded by power professionals working with system design today. Standards in this subscription focus on electric power apparatus, utility-consumer connections, electrostatic discharge, generator ground protection, frequency protection, and more.
This subscription provides access to the collection of 330+ switchgear standards, drafts, IEEE Redline Versions of Standards, and archived standards used with electric power systems or grids, protecting the integrity of power systems and minimizing the scope of downstream outages. Standards in this subscription focus on design, construction, and operation of devices or assembled gear to establish, interrupt, or change connections in any electric circuit under normal or abnormal conditions—addressing fuses and cutouts, gas-insulated switchgear, insulation, insulation and hardware for switchgear, power circuit breakers, assemblies, and more.
With a focus on power transmission and distribution, this popular subscription provides access to over 250 IEEE T&D standards, drafts, IEEE Redline Versions of Standards, and archived standards known throughout the T&D industry today. The standards in this growing online collection address the design, performance, installation operation, and maintenance of overhead and underground systems that carry electricity via AC or DC lines from generating sources and substations to service areas. These standards include: network systems; switching surges; electric and magnetic fields; towers, insulators and hardware; safety and environmental impact; and power quality.
With over 280 standards, including drafts, IEEE Redline Versions of Standards, and archived standards, the IEEE Software Engineering Subscription gives you access to the leading standards that are used throughout industry today to maximize software development investments. Covering software engineering terminology, processes, tools, reuse, project management, plans, documentation, and measurement, IEEE Software Engineering standards are implemented in an array of disciplines, including: computer science, quality management, project management, systems engineering, dependability, and safety. Together, the standards that comprise this collection excel in technical integrity on an individual basis, and each can take its place within a suite of standards that may be adopted in totality or in part by organizations.