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IEVref:692-02-06ID:
Language:enStatus: Standard
Term: emergency state, <of an electric power system>
Synonym1: inadequate state, <of an electric power system>
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Definition: stable state in which some system components are stressed beyond their ratings, or some bus voltages or system frequency are outside tolerances

Figure 2 – Electric power system states

NOTE The arrows indicate the most important state transitions caused by credible events. Recovery transitions, in opposite directions, are effected by operator intervention.

Figure 3 – Examples of transitions within electric power system states

Figure 6 – Examples of electric power system states and corresponding system operation status

Note 1 to entry: In an emergency state, urgent actions (such as load shedding; reducing voltage; and starting emergency generators) are required to prevent equipment damage and/or further degradation of system state.

Note 2 to entry: Although loss of load can occur, it is not a criterion for an emergency state.

Note 3 to entry: This entry was numbered 191-22-05 in IEC 60050-191:1990.


Publication date:2017-12-15
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