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New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors
Pierre M. ChaiМ‚neМЃ
|Other titles||Une nouvelle approche de la notion d"épaisseur radiale de la glace appliquée à des conducteurs du type en faisceaux.|
|Statement||P. M. Chaîné and G. Castonguay.|
|Series||Industrial meteorological ;, Study 4|
|Contributions||Castonguay, G., joint author., Canada. Atmospheric Environment Service.|
|LC Classifications||TK3231 .C44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11, 11 p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||78354901|
11 Types of Wire Conductors Most wire conductors are copper. The wire may be solid or stranded. Solid wire is made of one conductor. If bent or flexed repeatedly, it may break. It is typically used in applications not subject to repeated stresses, such as house wiring. Stranded wire is made up of multiple strands of wire braided together.
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“ New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors.” Industrial Meteorology—Study IV. Environment Canada, Atmospheric Environment, Toronto, Canada.
Short sections of tree branches having different cross-sectional sizes were cut and the accreted ice was weighed to find the equivalent radial ice thickness. The results are shown in Fig. 11 where the ice thickness, b, is plotted against the radius of a branch, R 0. Again, the ice thickness appears to be quite constant, regardless of a branch Cited by: 9.
New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors[R], Industrial Meteorology study IV the new model shows that ice loads formed close to 0°C may be much higher. New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors: Industrial Meteorology Study IV New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors Author: Lasse Makkonen.
New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors, Canadian Climate Centre Internal Report, Industrial Meteorology-Study IV, Atmospheric Environment Service, Downsview, Ontario, 7 Chaîné, P.
and Skeates P.: Wind and Ice Loading Criteria Selection, Canadian, Climate Centre Internal Report, Industrial. New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle like conductors[R]. Industrial Meteorology study IV, Environment Canada, Toronto, Goodwin EJ, et al. Predicting ice and snow loads for transmission lines.
New Approach to Radial Ice Thickness Concept Applied to Bundle-like Conductors. Canadian Climate Centre Internal Report, Industrial Meteorology -- Study IV, Atmospheric Environment Service, New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors book, Ontario, Canada.
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[Google Scholar] Makkonen, L. Modeling power line icing in freezing precipitation. Atmos. Res.46, – [Google Scholar]. Chaîné, P. and Castonguay, G.: New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors, Canadian Climate Centre Internal Report, Industrial Meteorology-Study IV, Atmospheric Environment Service, Downsview, Ontario, Wice = resultant weight of ice, N/m The ratio of iced weight to bare weight depends strongly on conductor diameter.
As shown in Tablefor three different conductors covered with in radial glaze ice, this ratio ranges from for No. 1/0 AWG wire to for kcmil conductors. New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors, Industrial Meteorology-Study IV, Environment Canada, Toronto, 11 pp.
Google Scholar Felin, P. Chaine and G. Casfonguay, “New approach to radial ice thichness concept applied to bundle-like conductors,” Industial Metecrology Study, Environment. New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors, [R].
Industrial Meteorology study IV, Environment Canada, Toronto, NOV, ().  Makkonen L. Modeling power line icing in freezing precipitation, [C]. 7th International Workshop on Atmospheric Icing of Structures, Canada.
pp, (). CEI/IEC (), "Design Criteria of Overhead Transmission Line", International Electrotechnical Commision, Switzerland. Chaine, P. M., and Castonguay, G. "New approach to radial ice thickness concept applied to bundle-like conductors", Industrial Meteorology-Study IV.
Environment Canada, Atmospheric Environment, Toronto, Canada. The initial ice accretion shape and the location of its center of mass are examined as a function of the ratio of the precipitation mass flux to the total heat flux lost from the ice surface.
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