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DS/IEC 287

Calculation of the continuous current rating of cables ( 100% load factor)

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Deals solely with the condition of steady-state operation of cables at all voltages, buried directly, in the ground in d ucts, troughs or in steel pipes as well as cables in air. Th e term "steady state" is intended to mean a continuous const ant current (100% load factor) just sufficient to produce as ymptotically the maximum conductor temperature, the surround ing ambient conditions being assumed constant. (See also App endix A and B)

Document History

February 10, 1992
Calculation of the continuous current rating of cables (100% load factor)
The standard deals solely with the condition of steady-state operation of cables at all voltages, buried directly, in the ground in ducts, troughs or in steel pipes as well as cables in air. The term...
April 23, 1990
Calculation of the continuous current rating of cables (100% load factor)
Deals solely with the condition of steady-state operation of cab les at all voltages, buried directly, in the ground in ducts,tro ughs or in steel pipes as well as cables in air. The term "stead y...
DS/IEC 287
Calculation of the continuous current rating of cables ( 100% load factor)
Deals solely with the condition of steady-state operation of cables at all voltages, buried directly, in the ground in d ucts, troughs or in steel pipes as well as cables in air. Th e term "steady...

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