Guide to the operation of conventional Conductor systems above 100°C
AbstractsThis Guide provides information on the operation of conventional conductor systems at temperatures higher than traditional ratings of 75°C continuous operation and 100°C emergency for short excursions to allow for continued operation during contingencies. Operating conductor systems above 100°C allows for higher current flow over existing lines, but has short and long term consequences that must be considered for the safe operation of the line.
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