Study on the Processing of Corroded Shielded Wire in Substation


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In some substations, shielded wire is made of Copper Clad Aluminum, it can be severely corroded because of the exposing in the air. To reduce the loss, an economy and effective way must be developed. Isolating the shielded wire from moisture and exposing in the air is the best way to protect it. How to replace the corroded wire which is exposing in the air, while the electric cable still working is an important problem to be solved currently. This paper introduces a replacement technology—multi-strand copper wire replacement technology, which can accomplish the replacement work of shielded wire without power outage. This will be a major breakthrough in the power industry.



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X.D. Xu, Bin Li, Q.M. Lu, X.Y. Yan and J.L. Li




K. S. Dai et al., "Study on the Processing of Corroded Shielded Wire in Substation", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 556-562, pp. 547-549, 2014

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May 2014




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