IEC 60092-501:2013

Title

Language: EN Electrical installations in ships - Part 501: Special features - Electric propulsion plant

Abstract

Language: EN IEC 60092-501:2013(E) specifies requirements for all electric propulsion plants and gives the specifications, system design, installation and testing of at least: - generators and their prime movers; - switchboards; - transformers/reactors; - semiconductor convertors; - propulsion motors; - excitation systems; - control, monitoring and safety systems; - wires, cables, busbars, trunking systems; - harmonic filters. Bow and stern thrusters intended as auxiliary steering devices, booster and take-home devices, all auxiliary generating plants, and accumulator battery powered propulsion machinery and equipment are excluded. This fifth edition cancels and replaces the fourth edition published in 2007. It constitutes a technical revision. This edition included the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) requirements regarding system responsibility, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), harmonic distortion and filtering, special requirements for ships with propulsion motor(s) and podded drives, and power management system (PMS); b) overall technical review to update the standard according to general requirements and referenced equipment standards.

Language(s)
Language: EN
Edition
5.0
Date of issue
22.10.2013
TC 18
ICS Codes
47.020.60
Publication number
60092
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