Electromagnetic Situation Near Gas-Insulated and Cable Power Lines
Gas-insulated and XLPE cable power lines can be used as high-power outputs from power plants and deep inputs of power to big cities. When laying power cables in a populated area, it is important to ensure a low level of electromagnetic field. The magnetic-flux density for specific designs of gas-insulated and XLPE cable lines is calculated for different shield-grounding methods and arrangements of cables. The calculated results are analyzed.
Keywordsgas-insulated line XLPE cable line cable shield grounding external magnetic field
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