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The fatigue life of lead alloy E as a sheathing material for submarine power cables

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3 Author(s)
Anelli, P. ; Societa'' Cavi Pirelli, Milan, Italy ; Donazzi, F. ; Lawson, W.G.

An experimental investigation into the fatigue resistance of lead alloy E (nominal Sn 0.4%, Sb 0.2%) is detailed, and the results of some 150 individual tests have been treated statistically to provide a convenient method for predicting, to any desired probability level, the fatigue life of this material as a function of the amplitude and frequency of cyclically applied strains. The results are considered in relation to typical requirements of submarine power cable circuits. It is concluded that lead alloy E is an entirely satisfactory sheathing material for such cable circuits

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Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 1 )