Power Engineering Society
Transmission and Distribution
Harmonics Working Group
P519A Task Force
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Minutes of Meeting,
Bill Moncrief 1998 IEEE PES Summer Meeting
EPRI San Diego, California
3025 Windward Plaza
Suite #300 Mark McGranaghan called the meeting to order at 2:00. He announced
Alpharetta, GA 30005
that Draft 6 would migrate to the official IEEE Standards website. The
P519A Task Force members and guests introduced themselves. We welcomed guests from
Co-Chairs the NEMA Lighting group and IBM.
Bill Moncrief Mark McGranaghan noted that the next revision of Standard 519 may
Alpharetta, GA include interharmonics and recommended limits on interharmonics.
The group would look to the Interharmonics Working Group for
Harmonic Modeling and guidance on those topics.
Simulation Task Force
Wilsun Xu The revision to the 519 PAR has been approved, making it a joint IAS
New Address and PES effort. Tom Gentile observed that this is the logical group to
do that work, and that the effort really needs the participation of the
Interharmonics members of this task force.
Erich Gunther Mark Halpin will conduct the meeting in New York, and will share the
Knoxville, TN TF P519A time slot. Tom Gentile asked interested parties to contact
Mark Halpin with concerns about the existing Std 519
Harmonic Modeling and
Simulation Task Force
Wilsun Xu Warren Anderson offered to be the liaison between this group and the
NEMA Lighting Committee.
Girts Zeidenbergs of IBM suggested that Draft 6 of P519A be offered to
the PES Power Systems Communications Committee for comment.
Within IBM, he thought there were five groups that would be interested.
The tutorial committee reported that the work is progressing nicely from
the document. Target date for presentation is Summer ’99 and Winter
2K. It was noted that the winter meeting for 2000 is scheduled for
Paulo Ribero asked if P519A refers to the upcoming revision of Std
519. M. McGranaghan replied no, that the case studies in P519A are
based on Std 519-1992, but that little change was expected in the
For web-based updates, members are directed to the IEEE website –
The Task force should be listed there.
Minutes of P519A,
Summer 1998 There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. (Mark
Halpin led a discussion on the revision of Std. 519.)