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IEEE 1283-2013

IEEE Guide for Determining the Effects of High-Temperature Operation on Conductors, Connectors, and Accessories

Possible adverse impacts to an operating overhead transmission line which might occur when operating the line at high temperatures are discussed. Specifically, the transmission line's conductor, connectors, and attached accessories in terms of degradation in mechanical properties due to annealing elastic and in-elastic elongation, and accelerated aging are explored along with limited mitigation recommendations. Additionally, predictor equations for accelerated creep and conductor loss of strength are detailed in annexes with limited example calculations.

Standards Committee
PE/T&D - Transmission and Distribution
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2010-09-30
Superseding
1283-2004
Board Approval
2013-08-23
History
Published:
2013-10-04

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Standards Committee
PE/T&D - Transmission and Distribution
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Working Group
TPC-Conductor - Conductor Working Group P1283
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IEEE Program Manager
Michael Kipness
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Working Group Chair
John Mcdaniel

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P1283

Guide for Determining the Effects of Elevated Temperature Operation on Conductors, Connectors, and Accessories

This guide describes the effects and impacts of elevated temperature operation on conductors, connectors, and accessories. The guide identifies operating metrics which constitute elevated temperature operation based on present industry practices and its effects on overhead line components, and suggest potential mitigation options to manage and/or avoid identified adverse impacts.

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