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An International Comparison of 50/60 Hz Power (1996-1999)

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Author(s)

Nile M. Oldham, Thomas L. Nelson, R. Bergeest, G. Ramm, R. Carranza, A. C. Corney, M. Gibbes, Gregory Kyriazis, H. Laiz, L. X. Liu, Z. Lu, U. Pogliano, K. E. Rydler, E. Shapiro, E. So, M. Temba, P. Wright

Abstract

An international comparison of 50/60 Hz power is described. The traveling standard was an electronic power transducer which was tested at 120 volts, 5 amperes, 53 hertz, at five power factors (1.0, 0.5 lead, 0.5 lag, 0.0 lead, and 0.0 lag). Fifteen National Metrology Institutes from six Metrology Regions participated in the comparison.
Citation
IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement
Volume
50
Issue
2

Keywords

international comparison, key comparison, power, traveling standard, wattmeter

Citation

Oldham, N. , Nelson, T. , Bergeest, R. , Ramm, G. , Carranza, R. , Corney, A. , Gibbes, M. , Kyriazis, G. , Laiz, H. , Liu, L. , Lu, Z. , Pogliano, U. , Rydler, K. , Shapiro, E. , So, E. , Temba, M. and Wright, P. (2001), An International Comparison of 50/60 Hz Power (1996-1999), IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=947 (Accessed July 24, 2024)

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Created March 31, 2001, Updated October 12, 2021