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The use of silicone gels for jointing power cables

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3 Author(s)
Yaworski, H.G. ; Raychem Corp., Newark, DE, USA ; Craig, G. ; Roberts, D.

In the thirty years since the introduction of prefabricated cable accessories, advancements in materials science have produced the familiar push-on, heat shrink, and cold shrink splices. Further advancements in materials science technology have produced an insulation material that pushes the state of the art of prefabricated cable accessories to a new level. This paper discusses a new sealing and insulating material and its unique properties that lead to a simple, time saving, clamp-on accessory design for power cables up to 1 kV

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Transmission and Distribution Conference, 1996. Proceedings., 1996 IEEE

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15-20 Sep 1996

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