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ICEA T-32-645

Test Method for Establishing Volume Resistivity Compatibility of Water Blocking Components With Extruded Semiconducting Shield Materials

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Organization: ICEA
Publication Date: 1 January 2012
Status: active
Page Count: 17
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This test method provides procedures for establishing volume resistivity compatibility of water blocking components with extruded semiconducting shields utilized in MV, HV or EHV power cables. The compatibility test is designed to verify that the electrical properties of a semiconducting material used as a conductor or insulation shield are not adversely affected when exposed to a water blocking component. These water blocking components can be incorporated in a conductor, over a conductor, over an insulation shield, or around a metallic shield or concentric neutral. It describes a test method of demonstrating that the volume resistivity and volume resistivity stability remain within their specified limits when a semiconducting material is exposed to a water blocking component at the emergency operating temperature of the cable.

Document History

October 10, 2012
TEST METHOD FOR ESTABLISHING VOLUME RESISTIVITY COMPATIBILITY OF WATER BLOCKING COMPONENTS WITH EXTRUDED SEMICONDUCTING SHIELD MATERIALS
This test method provides procedures for establishing volume resistivity compatibility of water blocking components with extruded semiconducting shields utilized in MV, HV or EHV power cables. The...
ICEA T-32-645
January 1, 2012
Test Method for Establishing Volume Resistivity Compatibility of Water Blocking Components With Extruded Semiconducting Shield Materials
This test method provides procedures for establishing volume resistivity compatibility of water blocking components with extruded semiconducting shields utilized in MV, HV or EHV power cables. The...
February 1, 1993
Establishing Compatibility of Sealed Conductor Filler Compounds with Conducting Stress Control Materials
The strand filler compound compatibility test is designed to verify that the electrical properties of a conducting material used as a conductor stress control layer are not adversely affected when...

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