Overvoltages on HVDC Cables. Final Report.
AbstractsThe number of HVDC projects using long DC cables is increasing, mostly for submarine power transmission. A larger number of such HVDC schemes are already in operation or in planning stage. The economic design of DC cables is very important, because the cost of DC cables is high in proportion to the total cost of HVDC submarine cable transmission.
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Study Committee : 21 (now B1), 14 (now B4), 33 (now C4) ?
WG (TF): JWG 33/21/14.16
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