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IEC - 60287-1-1

Electric cables – Calculation of the current rating – Part 1-1: Current rating equations (100 % load factor) and calculation of losses – General

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 May 2023
Status: active
Page Count: 44
ICS Code (Cables): 29.060.20
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This part of IEC 60287 is applicable to the conditions of steady-state operation of cables at all alternating voltages, and direct voltages up to 5 kV, buried directly in the ground, in ducts, troughs or in steel pipes, both with and without partial drying-out of the soil, as well as cables in air. The term "steady state" is intended to mean a continuous constant current (100 % load factor) just sufficient to produce asymptotically the maximum conductor temperature, the surrounding ambient conditions being assumed constant.

This document provides formulae for current ratings and losses.

The formulae given are essentially literal and designedly leave open the selection of certain important parameters. These can be divided into three groups:

- parameters related to construction of a cable (for example, thermal resistivity of insulating material) for which representative values have been selected based on published work;

- parameters related to the surrounding conditions, which can vary widely, the selection of which depends on the country in which the cables are used or will be used;

- parameters which result from an agreement between manufacturer and user and which involve a margin for security of service (for example, maximum conductor temperature).

Document History

60287-1-1
May 1, 2023
Electric cables – Calculation of the current rating – Part 1-1: Current rating equations (100 % load factor) and calculation of losses – General
This part of IEC 60287 is applicable to the conditions of steady-state operation of cables at all alternating voltages, and direct voltages up to 5 kV, buried directly in the ground, in ducts,...
November 1, 2014
Electric cables – Calculation of the current rating – Part 1-1: Current rating equations (100 % load factor) and calculation of losses – General
General This part of IEC 60287 is applicable to the conditions of steady-state operation of cables at all alternating voltages, and direct voltages up to 5 kV, buried directly in the ground, in...
November 1, 2014
AMENDMENT 1 Electric cables – Calculation of the current rating – Part 1-1: Current rating equations (100 % load factor) and calculation of losses – General
A description is not available for this item.
December 1, 2006
Electric cables – Calculation of the current rating – Part 1-1: Current rating equations (100 % load factor) and calculation of losses – General
This part of IEC 60287 is applicable to the conditions of steady-state operation of cables at all alternating voltages, and direct voltages up to 5 kV, buried directly in the ground, in ducts,...
November 1, 2001
Electric Cables - Calculation of the Current Rating - Part 1-1: Current Rating Equations (100% Load Factor) and Calculation of Losses - General
This section of IEC 60287 is applicable to the conditions of steady-state operation of cables at all alternating voltages, and direct voltages up to 5 kV, buried directly in the ground, in ducts,...
November 1, 2001
Electric Cables - Calculation of the Current Rating - Part 1-1: Current Rating Equations (100% Load Factor) and Calculation of Losses - General
This section of IEC 60287 is applicable to the conditions of steady-state operation of cables at all alternating voltages, and direct voltages up to 5kV, buried directly in the ground, in ducts,...
December 1, 1994
Electric Cables - Calculation of the Current Rating - Part 1-1: Current Rating Equations (100% Load Factor) and Calculation of Losses - General
A description is not available for this item.
December 1, 1994
Electric Cables - Calculation of the Current Rating - Part 1: Current Rating Equations (100% Load Factor) and Calculation of Losses - Section 1: General
A description is not available for this item.

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