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245 kV XLPE cables as a mesh in a 220 kV overhead line transmission network

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1 Author(s)
Henning, G. ; Stockholm Energi AB, Sweden

The idea arose to feed the substations in the central parts of Stockholm with 245 kV XLPE cables and to equip the substations with 220/11 kV transformers of the same type i.e. two 11 kV windings and two 11 kV busbars. The author discusses the background to the project, project planning, load flow and short-circuit calculations, transient temperature calculation, cooling, induced voltages in communication cables, safety, and influence of arcs on cable faults

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Power Cables and Accessories 10kV - 500kV, 1993., Third International Conference on

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23-25 Nov 1993

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