Elektrische Anlagen auf Schiffen

Der Fachbereich Schiffselektrotechnik (NA 132-03) der Normenstelle für Schiffs- und Meerestechnik (NSMT) im DIN unter Leitung von Dipl.-Ing. KAI PROSTKA [MTG] überarbeitet die IEC 60092-401 „Electrical installations in ships – Part 401: Installation and test of completed installation“. LUTZ WENZEL [PRYSMIAN GROUP] ist Obmann des Arbeitsausschusses NA 132-03-53 „Kabel für Schiffe“. Dieser Arbeitsausschuss bearbeitet zusammen mit dem Arbeitsausschuss NA 132-03-01 „Bordnetzsysteme, Energietechnik“ die besagte Norm 60092-401. Obmann ist dort Dr. WOLFGANG PLANITZ von Firma Stucke Elektronik GmbH.

Nachfolgend eine Übersicht zur Normungsreihe:

Normenreihe

  1. IEC 60092-101 Electrical installations in ships. Definitions and general requirements
  2. IEC 60092-201 Electrical installations in ships. System design. General
  3. IEC 60092-202 Electrical installations in ships. System design. Protection
  4. IEC 60092-204 Electrical installation in ships – System design – Electric and electrohydraulic steering gear
  5. IEC 60092-301 Electrical installation in ships – Equipment – Generators and motors
  6. IEC 60092-302-2 Electrical installations in ships. Low voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies. Marine power
  7. IEC 60092-303 Electrical installation in ships – Equipment – Transformers for power and lighting
  8. IEC 60092-304 Electrical installation in ships – Equipment – Semiconductor convertors
  9. IEC 60092-305 Electrical installation in ships – Equipment – Accumulator (storage) batteries
  10. IEC 60092-306 Electrical installations in ships. Equipment. Luminaires and lighting accessories
  11. IEC 60092-307 Electrical installation in ships – Equipment – Heating and cooking appliances
  12. IEC 60092-350 Electrical installations in ships – Part 350: General construction and test methods of power, control and instrumentation cables for shipboard and offshore applications
  13. IEC 60092-352 Electrical installations in ships. Part 352: Choice and installation of electrical cables
  14. IEC 60092-353 Electrical installations in ships – Part 353: Power cables for rated voltages 1 kV and 3 kV
  15. IEC 60092-354 Electrical installations in ships – Part 354: Single- and three-core power cables with extruded solid insulation for rated voltages 6 kV (Um = 7,2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV)
  16. IEC 60092-360 Electrical installations in ships – Part 360: Insulating and sheathing materials for shipboard and offshore units, power, control, instrumentation and telecommunication cables
  17. IEC 60092-376 Electrical installations in ships – Part 376: Cables for control and instrumentation circuits 150/250 V (300 V)
  18. IEC 60092-401 Electrical installation in ships – Installation and test of completed installation
  19. IEC 60092-501 Electrical installations in ships. Special features. Electric propulsion plant
  20. IEC 60092-502 Electrical installation in ships. Tankers. Special features
  21. IEC 60092-503 Electrical installations in ships – Special features – AC supply systems with voltages in the range of above 1 kV up to and including 15 kV
  22. IEC 60092-504 Electrical installations in ships. Automation, control and instrumentation
  23. IEC 60092-506 Electrical installations in ships. Special features. Ships carrying specific dangerous goods and materials hazardous only in bulk
  24. IEC 60092-509 Electrical installations in ships. Operation of electrical installations

Verweise

  1. Beiarbeiter bei DIN: Dominic KOSER, Regis Yvon FOUMENA EVINA,
  2. https://www.din.de/de
  3. https://www.beuth.de/de
  4. https://www.vde-verlag.de/iec-normen/201601/iec-60092-401-1980.html
  5. https://www.stg-online.org/fachausschuesse/schiffselektrotechnik.shtml

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