Utility connections in port

IEC/IEEE 80005-1:2019 describes high-voltage shore connection (HVSC) systems, onboard the ship and on shore, to supply the ship with electrical power from shore. This document is applicable to the design, installation and testing of HVSC systems and addresses: - HV shore distribution systems, - shore-to-ship connection and interface equipment, - transformers/reactors, - semiconductor/rotating frequency convertors, - ship distribution systems, and - control, monitoring, interlocking and power management systems. It does not apply to the electrical power supply during docking periods, for example dry docking and other out of service maintenance and repair. Additional and/or alternative requirements can be imposed by national administrations or the authorities within whose jurisdiction the ship is intended to operate and/or by the owners or authorities responsible for a shore supply or distribution system. It is expected that HVSC systems will have practicable applications for ships requiring 1 MVA or more or ships with HV main supply. Low-voltage shore connection systems are not covered by this document. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) modification of 4.1, Figure 1: transformer on ship is optional, earthing switches on ship removed; b) 4.2.2 and new item 11.3: alternative procedure of periodic testing added; c) modification of 4.9: - minimum current value in the safety circuits shall be 50 mA; - opening of safety loop shall cause the automatic opening of ship and shore HVSC circuit breakers in a maximum time of 200 ms; d) modification of 5.2: added Figure on harmonic contents; e) modification of 6.2.3: – earthing transformer with resistor can be used also on the secondary side; – neutral earthing resistor rating in amperes shall be minimum 25 A, 5 s; f) modification of all annexes: the safety circuits shall be mandatory; g) modification of A.2.1: a metallic shield shall be installed at least on the power cores or common on pilot wires; h) modification of B.7.2.1: new safety circuit introduced: single line diagram and description; i) modification of C.4.1: SLD for cruise ships was updated, also the safety circuits to be coherent with main body, IEC symbols and introduced more details about the control socket-outlets and plugs manufacturer type; j) modification of C.7.3.1: - shore power connector pin assignment is updated; - all cruise ships shall use 4 cables in all cases; k) added D.6.1: the supply point on shore can be fixed or movable; l) modification of D.7.3.2: the voltage used in the pilot circuit for container ships shall be less than 60 V DC or 25 V AC. m) added D.8.6 and D.9.3.1: automatic restart and synchronization alternatives; n) Annex E set to informative; o) Annex F set to informative.

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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 6

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 9

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................ 10

2 Normative references .................................................................................................... 10

3 Terms and definitions .................................................................................................... 12

4 General requirements .................................................................................................... 13

4.1 System description................................................................................................ 13

4.2 Distribution system ............................................................................................... 14

4.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 14

4.2.2 Equipotential bonding .................................................................................... 14

4.3 Compatibility assessment before connection ......................................................... 15

4.4 HVSC system design and operation ...................................................................... 15

4.4.1 System design ............................................................................................... 15

4.4.2 System operation ........................................................................................... 15

4.5 Personnel safety ................................................................................................... 16

4.6 Design requirements ............................................................................................. 16

4.6.1 General ......................................................................................................... 16

4.6.2 Protection against moisture and condensation ............................................... 16

4.6.3 Location and construction .............................................................................. 16

4.6.4 Electrical equipment in areas where flammable gas or vapour and/or

combustible dust can be present.................................................................... 17

4.7 Electrical requirements ......................................................................................... 17

4.8 System study and calculations .............................................................................. 17

4.9 Emergency shutdown including emergency-stop facilities ..................................... 18

5 HV shore supply system requirements ........................................................................... 19

5.1 Voltages and frequencies ...................................................................................... 19

5.2 Quality of HV shore supply .................................................................................... 20

6 Shore side installation ................................................................................................... 22

6.1 General ................................................................................................................. 22

6.2 System component requirements .......................................................................... 22

6.2.1 Circuit-breaker, disconnector and earthing switch .......................................... 22

6.2.2 Transformer ................................................................................................... 22

6.2.3 Neutral earthing resistor ................................................................................ 23

6.2.4 Equipment-earthing conductor bonding .......................................................... 23

6.3 Shore-to-ship electrical protection system ............................................................. 23

6.4 HV interlocking ..................................................................................................... 24

6.4.1 General ......................................................................................................... 24

6.4.2 Operating of the high-voltage (HV) circuit breakers, disconnectors and

earthing switches ........................................................................................... 24

6.5 Shore connection convertor equipment ................................................................. 25

6.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 25

6.5.2 Degree of protection ...................................................................................... 25

6.5.3 Cooling .......................................................................................................... 25

6.5.4 Protection ...................................................................................................... 26

7 Ship-to-shore connection and interface equipment ........................................................ 26

7.1 General ................................................................................................................. 26

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7.2 Cable management system ................................................................................... 26

7.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 26

7.2.2 Monitoring of cable mechanical tension ......................................................... 27

7.2.3 Monitoring of the cable length ........................................................................ 27

7.2.4 Connectors protection .................................................................................... 27

7.2.5 Equipotential bond monitoring........................................................................ 27

7.2.6 Slip ring units ................................................................................................ 27

7.3 Connectors ........................................................................................................... 28

7.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 28

7.3.2 Pilot contacts ................................................................................................. 28

7.3.3 Earth contact ................................................................................................. 28

7.3.4 Fibre-optic connection ................................................................................... 29

7.4 Interlocking of earthing switches ........................................................................... 30

7.5 Ship-to-shore connection cable ............................................................................. 30

7.6 Control and monitoring cable ................................................................................ 31

7.7 Storage ................................................................................................................. 31

7.8 Data communication ............................................................................................. 31

8 Ship requirements ......................................................................................................... 31

8.1 General ................................................................................................................. 31

8.2 Ship electrical distribution system protection ......................................................... 32

8.2.1 Short-circuit protection .................................................................................. 32

8.2.2 Earth fault protection, monitoring and alarm................................................... 32

8.3 Shore connection switchboard .............................................................................. 32

8.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 32

8.3.2 Circuit-breaker, disconnector and earthing switch .......................................... 32

8.3.3 Instrumentation and protection....................................................................... 33

8.4 Onboard transformer ............................................................................................. 33

8.5 Onboard receiving switchboard connection point ................................................... 33

8.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 33

8.5.2 Circuit-breaker and earthing switch ................................................................ 33

8.5.3 Instrumentation .............................................................................................. 34

8.5.4 Protection ...................................................................................................... 34

8.5.5 Operation of the circuit-breaker ..................................................................... 35

8.6 Ship power restoration .......................................................................................... 35

9 HVSC system control and monitoring ............................................................................. 36

9.1 General ................................................................................................................. 36

9.2 Load transfer via blackout ..................................................................................... 36

9.3 Load transfer via automatic synchronization .......................................................... 36

9.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 36

9.3.2 Protection ...................................................................................................... 37

10 Verification and testing .................................................................................................. 37

10.1 General ................................................................................................................. 37

10.2 Initial tests of shore side installation ..................................................................... 37

10.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 37

10.2.2 Tests ............................................................................................................. 37

10.3 Initial tests of ship-side installation ....................................................................... 38

10.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 38

10.3.2 Tests ............................................................................................................. 38

10.4 Tests at the first call at a shore supply point ......................................................... 38

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10.4.1 General ......................................................................................................... 38

10.4.2 Tests ............................................................................................................. 38

11 Periodic tests and maintenance ..................................................................................... 39

11.1 General ................................................................................................................. 39

11.2 Tests at repeated calls of a shore supply point ..................................................... 39

11.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 39

11.2.2 Verification .................................................................................................... 39

11.3 Earthing bonding connections ............................................................................... 39

12 Documentation .............................................................................................................. 40

12.1 General ................................................................................................................. 40

12.2 System description................................................................................................ 40

Annex A (informative) Ship-to-shore connection cable ......................................................... 41

A.1 Rated voltage ....................................................................................................... 41

A.2 General design ..................................................................................................... 41

A.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 41

A.2.2 Conductors .................................................................................................... 41

A.2.3 Insulation of power cores and neutral core ..................................................... 41

A.2.4 Screening ...................................................................................................... 42

A.2.5 Earth conductors ........................................................................................... 42

A.2.6 Pilot element with rated voltage U /U (U ) = 150/250 (300) V ....................... 42

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A.2.7 Optical fibres ................................................................................................. 43

A.2.8 Cabling .......................................................................................................... 43

A.2.9 Separator tape ............................................................................................... 43

A.2.10 Outer sheath .................................................................................................. 43

A.2.11 Markings ........................................................................................................ 43

A.3 Tests on complete cables ..................................................................................... 44

Annex B (normative) Additional requirements for Roll-on Roll-off (Ro-Ro) cargo ships

and Ro-Ro passenger ships .................................................................................................. 46

B.1 General ................................................................................................................. 46

Annex C (normative) Additional requirements for cruise ships .............................................. 51

C.1 General ................................................................................................................. 51

C.6 Shore side installation ........................................................................................... 56

Annex D (normative) Additional requirements of container ships .......................................... 59

D.1 General ................................................................................................................. 59

Annex E (informative) Additional requirements of liquefied natural gas carriers (LNGC) ....... 63

E.1 General ................................................................................................................. 63

Annex F (informative) Additional requirements for tankers ................................................... 69

F.1 General ................................................................................................................. 69

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 72

Figure 1 – Block diagram of a typical described HVSC system arrangement ......................... 14

Figure 2 – Phase sequences ................................................................................................. 20

Figure 3 – Single harmonic distortion limits ........................................................................... 21

Figure 4 – Fibre-optic socket outlet ....................................................................................... 29

Figure 5 – Fibre-optic plug .................................................................................................... 30

Figure A.1 – Bending test arrangement ................................................................................. 45

Figure B.1 – General system diagram ................................................................................... 47

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Figure B.2 – Safety circuits ................................................................................................... 49

Figure B.3 – Three-phase plug and socket-outlet contact assignment ................................... 50

Figure C.1 – General system diagram ................................................................................... 51

Figure C.2 – Cruise ship HVSC system functional diagram ................................................... 52

Figure C.3 – Safety and control circuits ................................................................................ 55

Figure C.4 – Three-phase ship connector and ship inlet contact assignment ......................... 57

Figure C.5 – Three-phase ship inlet fitted with fail-safe limit switch ....................................... 58

Figure D.1 – General system diagram ................................................................................... 59

Figure D.2 – Safety circuits ................................................................................................... 61

Figure D.3 – Three-phase plug and socket-outlet contact assignment ................................... 62

Figure E.1 – General system diagram ................................................................................... 64

Figure E.2 – Three-phase ship connector and ship inlet contact assignment ......................... 67

Figure F.1 – General system diagram ................................................................................... 69

Figure F.2 – Three-phase shore plug and ship socket-outlet contact assignment .................. 71

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Table E.1 – LNGC 140 000 m to 225 000 m ...................................................................... 65

Table E.2 – LNGC > 225 000 m .......................................................................................... 65

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