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IEC 60287-3-2

Electric Cables - Calculation of the Current Rating - Part 3: Sections on Operating Conditions - Section 2: Economic Optimization of Power Cable Size

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 June 1995
Status: inactive
Page Count: 77
ICS Code (Cables): 29.060.20
scope:

This International Standard deals solely with the economic choice of conductor size based on joule losses. Voltage dependent losses have not been considered.

Likewise, matters such as maintenance, energy losses in forced cooling systems and time of day energy costs have not been included in this standard.

An example of the application of the method to a hypothetical supply system is given in annex A.

Document History

July 1, 2012
Electric cables – Calculation of the current rating – Part 3-2: Sections on operating conditions – Economic optimization of power cable size
This part of IEC 60287 sets out a method for the selection of a cable size taking into account the initial investments and the future costs of energy losses during the anticipated operational life of...
September 1, 1996
Amendment 1 Electric Cables - Calculation of the Current Rating - Part 3: Sections on Operating Conditions - Section 2: Economic Optimization of Power Cable Size
This International Standard deals solely with the economic choice of conductor size based on joule losses. Voltage dependent losses have not been considered. NOTES 1 It is recommended that the method...
IEC 60287-3-2
June 1, 1995
Electric Cables - Calculation of the Current Rating - Part 3: Sections on Operating Conditions - Section 2: Economic Optimization of Power Cable Size
This International Standard deals solely with the economic choice of conductor size based on joule losses. Voltage dependent losses have not been considered. Likewise, matters such as maintenance,...

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