The recommended practices and procedures for direct voltage acceptance and maintenance testing of shielded, laminated, dielectric-insulated power cable systems rated 5 kV to 500 kV are presented in this guide. It applies to all types of laminated power cable systems such as paper insulated, lead covered, pipe-type, and pressurized cables that are intended for the transmission or distribution of ac electric power. The tabulated test levels assume that the cable systems have an effectively grounded neutral system or a grounded metallic shield.
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- IEEE Power and Energy Society
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F02W/P400.1_WG - Guide for Shielded Power Cable Systems
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- Michael Kipness
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- William Larzelere
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IEEE Guide for Field Testing of Laminated Dielectric, Shielded Power Cable Systems Rated 5 kV and Above with High Direct Current Voltage
The recommended practices and procedures for acceptance and maintenance testing of shielded, laminated dielectric insulated power cable systems 5 kV and above are presented.
IEEE Guide for Selecting and Testing Jackets for Power, Instrumentation, and Control Cables
Revision of IEEE Std 532-1993. This guide covers properties of commonly used jackets as well as selection and testing of jackets. It is written for those responsible for optimizing cable designs. The purpose is to present a reasonably complete picture of the role of jackets so that the subject can be approached in an orderly and organized manner. An effort has been made to avoid the highly technical language and theory commonly used by electrical engineers and chemists to discuss the more detailed application of jackets.
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