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The contents of the Standard are a development of the limited provision of Appendix B to AS and it is expected that over subsequent revisions of ASAppendix B will be modified and reduced in size and reference made to this Standard.
From the phasor diagrams of Figure 2 it can be seen that a larger value of supply voltage is required to maintain a given load voltage when the current is lagging the voltage than when the same current and voltage are in phase. Table 10 Columns 8 and 9 22 10 Three-core Table 12 cables Columns 10 and 11 Table 13 Columns 8 and 9 11 Two-core Table 9 Enclosed or unenclosed cables cables Columns 12 and 13 3080 surrounded by thermal Table 10 insulati on.
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As a result the contribution of these cables to the effects of 30088 heating will be small; in the case of cables E and F, almost negligible.
Soil thermal resistivity varies greatly with soil composition, moisture retention qualities and seasonal weather patterns as well as the variation in load carried by the cable. In parallel circuits of single core cables, electrically asymmetric arrangements give rise to unequal load sharing and consequently the heating effects in some cables can be substantially greater than in a single circuit.
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Such backfill should completely surround the cable with a minimum thickness of mm and could be used in lieu of the bedding required in AS Limitations of materials in contact with these metals should also be considered. If the diversity is unknown or unobtainable by experiment, the design may have to be based on worst-case analysis of the possible load combinations at any one time. However, where the currents in each phase can be shown to be of different magnitudes for consistent periods, voltage drop calculations can be performed on a single-phase basis by geometrically summing the voltage drop in the heaviest loaded phase and the voltage drop in the neutral, as follows: Where values for soil resistivities other than 1.
A more accurate assessment can be made of the actual voltage drop V d using the appropriate equation of Clause 4. However, the cables are generally installed in areas of high ambient temperature, such as equipment wiring, and it will be necessary to apply an appropriate temperature correction factor from Table The impedance of cables is usually expressed in units of ohms per metre or ohms per kilometre, which enables the total impedance for any given cable length to be readily calculated.
For derating factors applicable to other arrangements of cables in underground wiring enclosures, refer to ERA Report or alternative specifications. The single-phase value is then determined in accordance with Clause 4.
However, care must be taken that the cable environment and means of support can withstand the higher temperatures.
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For other conditions, see Clause 3. Storage, distribution or use on network prohibited.
Where there is more than one layer on the same tray or ladder support, Table 22 may be used. Local pressure due to clamping or the use of an installation radius less nzw 8 times the cable outside diameter, especially for cables that are rigidly restrained, can lead to high deforming forces under short-circuit conditions.
Where a number nas installation conditions exist along a cable run or variations to the specific conditions occur, reference shall be made to Clauses 3. However, with experience it will become apparent that the different nature of installations will determine which of the requirements predominate. Above and below these respective limits it is considered that a ass in effective thermal resistivity occurs due to the composition and moisture content of the soil.
The current-carrying capacity also applies to conductors having a larger number of smaller wires.
These features could be relevant in determining the optimum economic design of a circuit. If the circuits are single-phase, there would be 6 circuits and therefore a derating factor of 0. Applying these derating factors for, say, V, 4 mm 2 conductors, from Table 6 a three-phase current-carrying capacity is 26 A while the single-phase value from Table 3 is 30 A.
If possible the actual value should be measured along the cable route as it can greatly affect the current-carrying capacity of the cable. From the derating factors of Table 25 1 for groups of single-core cables buried direct, it can be shown that three trefoil groups of single-core cables, each group representing a circuit of mm 2 conductors and spaced apart, as illustrated, are required.
These temperatures are for materials where there is no electrical or other requirements necessary, i. The voltage drop in each cable will then be equal to ILZc. The work carried out by Dr V. Similarly, values as high as 2.