Section 2.0 - Loads

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Section A.2.2 and Table 2-1 establish the classification of structures based on reliability (I, II and III). What would be the classification of a communication tower installed inside of an electrical substation facility? What does the default structure classification means?

The Standard outlines the reliability requirements of communication structures by specifying the appropriate structural classification (I, II, and III) based on height, location, and the type of communication service provided. The location of a communication structure inside an electrical substation facility adjacent to essential equipment that may be affected by the failure of the communication structure may require a more stringent structural classification than the classification based on the service provided by the communication structure.

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Last update: 2016-06-02 22:01
Author: John Erichsen
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