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IEEE 1406

Guide to the Use of Gas-In-Fluid Analysis for Electric Power Cable Systems

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 30 April 1998
Status: inactive
Page Count: 42
scope:

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 suggest guidelines for the evaluation of samples, and to recommend methods for treatment of systems with high gas content.

Purpose

This guide is intended to provide users of high-pressure fluid-filled (HPFF) pipe cable systems and selfcontained fluid-filled (SCFF) cable systems with the basis to establish the use of gas-in-fluid analysis for diagnostic purposes and as an operating maintenance tool.

Document History

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IEEE 1406
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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