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IEEE 1406

Guide for the Use of Gasin- Fluid Analysis for Paper and Laminated Paper-Polypropylene Insulated Cable Systems

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 8 January 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 60
scope:

The scope of this guide is to furnish an understanding of the conditions that generate gases in paper and laminated paper-polypropylene insulated fluid-filled cable systems; to establish a recommended method for sampling, data collection, analysis; and to identify possible remedial actions for systems with high dissolved gas-in-fluid content.

Purpose

This guide is intended to provide users of pipe-type cable systems, both high-pressure fluid-filled (HPFF) and high-pressure gas-filled (HPGF), as well as self-contained fluid-filled (SCFF) cable systems with the basis to establish the use of gas-in-fluid analysis for diagnostic purposes, part of condition assessment, and as a maintenance tool.

Document History

IEEE 1406
January 8, 2020
Guide for the Use of Gasin- Fluid Analysis for Paper and Laminated Paper-Polypropylene Insulated Cable Systems
The scope of this guide is to furnish an understanding of the conditions that generate gases in paper and laminated paper-polypropylene insulated fluid-filled cable systems; to establish a...
April 30, 1998
Guide to the Use of Gas-In-Fluid Analysis for Electric Power Cable Systems
The scope of this guide is to furnish a basic understanding of the conditions that generate gases in fluid-filled cable systems, to establish a universal method of data collection and retention, to...
April 30, 1998
Trial-Use Guide to the Use of Gas-In-Fluid Analysis for Electric Power Cable Systems
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