Overhead Conductors, AAC/ AAAC/ ACSR
|Aluminum strands and diameter||30/2.59|
|Nominal breaking load||69.20|
ACSR is a composite conductor consisting of seven or more aluminium and galvanized steel wires built up in concentric-lay-stranded layers. The centre core is of galvanized steel and outer layer or layers of aluminium. The steel core may be single wire or stranded wires depending on the size. When required, the interstices of the inner layers can be filled by grease compound which is more suitable for the operating conditions of the conductor.
ACSR is widely used in overhead electric power transmission and distribution lines with various voltage levels.
ACSR provides optimal strength for line design. Variable steel core stranding enables desired strength to be
achieved without sacrificing ampacity.
GB/T 1179-2008, IEC 61089, EN 50182, DIN 48204, BS 215 Part 2, ASTM B232, NF C 34-120
- Ambient Temperature – 30°C.
- Maximum Conductor Temperature – 75°C.
- Wind Speed – 0,44 m/s.
- Normal Stringing Temperature – 25°C.
- Solar Radiation – 0,089 Wcm-2.
- Solar Absorption Coefficient – 1.
Sag and Tension charts are available on request. The following information to be supplied:
(a) Span length.
(b) Maximum design load (45% of UTS if not specified).
(c) Stringing temperature.
(3) aluminum conductor steel reinforced (ACSR).
(4) anti-corrosion type ACSR.
(5) aluminimum conductor aluminimum clad steel reinforced(ACSR/AW).