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Field Test and Simulation of a 400-kV Cross-Bonded Cable System

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4 Author(s)
Gudmundsdottir, U.S. ; Energinet.dk, Fredericia, Denmark ; Gustavsen, B. ; Bak, C.L. ; Wiechowski, W.

This paper discusses cable modeling for long high-voltage ac underground cables. In investigating the possibility of using long cables instead of overhead lines, the simulation results must be trustworthy. Therefore, model validation is of great importance. This paper gives a benchmark case for measurements on a 400-kV cable system with cross-bonded sheaths. This paper describes in detail the modeling procedure for the cable system and compares simulation results with the transient field test results. It is shown that although the main characteristics of the waveforms are well reproduced in the initial transient, there are significant deviations between the simulation and measurement results. An analysis indicates that the main cause for the deviation is inadequate representation of the current distribution on conductors since the modeling approach does not take proximity effects into account. The measurement results can be received by contacting the first author of this paper.

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Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

July 2011

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