IEEE 1070 2006 Edition, June 8, 2006
Guide for the Design and Testing of Transmission Modular Restoration Structure Components
Includes all amendments and changes through Reaffirmation Notice , March 29, 2012
This guide will provide the industry with a generic specification, including design and testing, for transmission modular restoration structure components.
The purpose of this guide is to provide the industry with a generic specification that can be used by companies for acquisition of transmission modular restoration structure components. This particular design would then be compatible with the modular restoration structures presently in use within the utility industry and allow the highly successful plan of transmission mutual aid to be greatly enhanced.
The testing prescribed in this standard provides a high level of confidence between manufacturers and/or suppliers and is intended to promote competitive acquisition practices within the industry.
This guide is not intended to be an application guide for complete assembled emergency restoration structures. However, the application and capabilities of emergency restoration structures that utilize the components described in this guide have been well documented by Goodreid and Magwood [B6],1 Rutty, et al. [B11], Aristizabal and Cortez [B2], Lopez Tagle, et al. [B8], Pohlman, et al. [B9] and [B10], Agrawal and Erickson [B1], and Schweiner, et al. [B11].