Investigations on Three-phase Cables
A high-tension cable is one that is designed for use with high voltages. Cables of this type are used, among other things, for transmitting large quantities of power in mains grids supplying electrical energy as an alternative to overhead lines. High-tension cables can be categorised into the most important design types: earth cables, oil-filled cables, gas-pressure cables and plastic cables. The objective of the experiments is to investigate the response of high-tension cables to a variety of operating conditions.

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Investigations on Three-phase Transmission Lines

Training Concepts:
  • Ferranti effect, loading capacity, critical length
  • Resistive, inductive and combined resistive and inductive loading
  • Compensation for a resistive-inductive load
  • Determining zero impedance
  • Symmetrical and asymmetrical short circuits
  • Star (Y) point treatment and faults to ground
Product: Investigations on Three-phase Cables
Product Code: EUL 5

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