256   MMXU and rms values

Created: 17 Nov 2005

Status: In Force (green)

Part: Part 7-4 (2003)


Page: 55

Clause: 5.10.7


Category: Issue for edition 2 of this part


In MMXU, there is no statement regarding A, PhV and PPV, that they are representing rms values. In MMXN, this is stated.


Add explanation that these values represent RMS values

Discussion Created Status
Ballot time expired. Set to green 14 May 06 In Force (green)
Editor phone conference, December 9, 2005:
Values of MMXU of CDC WYE/DEL can have two meanings:
- with angle present they are phasors and the attribute mag represents the maximum value of the sinusoidal waveform
- with angle not present, they should represent rms values.
This needs to be defined in 7-3. See new TISSUE 270 / Part 7-3
09 Dec 05 Ballot Period
No, the semantical meaning is not changed (phase values at the same time), however the pragmatic as indicated already in the definition of WYE/DEL and Vector! Else these definitions have to be changed. 02 Dec 05 Discussion (red)
What would it be, if angles are used? Does this mean, that the semantical menaing of the data in an MMXU changes, based on the attributes present? 21 Nov 05 Discussion (red)
as far as I understood, these are WYE / DEL CDCs in MMXU, which can be based on vectors also - so it is only RMS in case that there is no angle used. This could already be defined in 7-3, because it is inherent to the CDC definition! For MMXN, which uses MV instead of vectors, this is different. 18 Nov 05 Discussion (red)


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