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History and Design Parameters of High-Pressure, Pipe-Type Cables in the Western Hemisphere Operating at 69 kV and Above

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THE FIRST pipe-type cable in the Western Hemisphere was a 2000-foot long experimental installation at the Plymouth Meeting Substation of the Philadelphia Electric Company in 1932. The first commercial installation was energized in 1935 in Baltimore, Md., as a part of the electrification program of the Pennsylvania Railroad. There were a few lines installed during the Depression and War years. Since World War II the number of installations has increased rapidly.

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAS-87 ,  Issue: 1 )