The TR Committee Password is required to access Tutorials, Presentations, Papers, & Reports. Use or distribution of this information is intended for TR Committee participants and their sponsoring companies only.
Tutorials & Presentations at meetings – Index listing of all Tutorials/Presentations since Fall 2001
Newcomers Presentation: PDF / Video. – Latest version
- Comment Resolution Form for use with Straw Ballots and informal reviews
- Guest Roster Form (Word Form, PDF Form) (to include with Roster printed from AM System)
- IEEE Style Guide and Word Template
- Membership application Word Form
- Membership application PDF
- Meeting Attendance Justification Letter
- PES Technical Reviewer and Editor Guidelines
- Presentation Template for Tutorials (PowerPoint Template)
- Web page update form: MS Word format, PDF format
- INSTRUCTIONAL Information
How to add member list with affiliation to SC or WG minutes 20Sep2018
- TECHNICAL Information
Duval Triangles 1 – 7 Spreadsheet 29Mar2017 (referenced in C57.104) 23Aug2018
Duval Pentagons 1 – 2 Spreadsheet Aug 2016 (referenced in C57.104) 23Aug2018
- Copywrite Request/Response Permission Forms
Permission request form with ability to modify content 13Apr2021
Permission request form without ability to modify content 13Apr2021
Permission response form with ability to modify content 13Apr2021
Permission response form without ability to modify content 13Apr2021
Bibliography of transformer books – compiled by Peter Balma 1) .pdf format 2) MS Word format Updated 3Jun2020
Bibliography – Transformer Heat Transfer & Loading – compiled by Linden W. Pierce (Copyright 2017)
Definitions – Standards Committee/Board
Many times at Transformer Committee Meetings there are discussions of various committees that are part of the process for developing standards. The committees are all part of the IEEE Standards organization (IEEE-SA) and are staffed with volunteers from around the world. The following discussion briefly describes some of the key committees, and how they are part of the standards process. Additional information can be found at: http://standards.ieee.org/about/sasb/index.html
NesCom – The New Standards Committee examines Project Authorization Requests (PARs) and makes recommendations to the IEEE-SA Standards Board regarding approval. When a PAR is submitted for a new standards project, or a Modified PAR or PAR Extension request is entered in MyProject it is reviewed by this committee. In the course of this process questions may be received from this committee to which it is extremely important to respond. Unanswered questions will prevent a PAR from being approved.
RevCom – The Standards Review Committee recommends the approval or disapproval of standards submitted for approval or adoption. At the end of a project, completion of balloting, and resolution of ballot comments, the standard, ballot results and ballot resolution comments are all submitted to RevCom. RevCom reviews all of this material to make sure all procedural requirements have been satisfied. As with NesCom, questions may be received from RevCom to which it is extremely important to respond. Unanswered questions can prevent a standard from being recommended for approval.
AudCom – The Audit Committee reviews and inspects Sponsor and Working group Policies and Procedures (P & P) to make sure they adhere to the IEEE-SA Standards Board bylaws. After the Transformers Committee’s Sponsor P&P and Working group P&P were approved they were sent to this committee for review.
IEEE-SA Board – All final approvals for PARs and standards are made by the Board based on recommendations from AudCom, NesCom, and RevCom. In the front of any of our published standards, the names of all of the board members are listed.
IEEE/PES Transformers Committee Flyer 16Jun2020
October 5, 2020 Copyright Presentation: PDF, WEBEX Video
IEEE Standards Dictionary:
Access the dictionary at http://dictionary.ieee.org or through the myProject login page. Once logged in, select the eTools button from the top right corner and then select the Standards Dictionary from the Select Tool dropdown.
Users must have or create a free IEEE Account.