BARE CONDUCTORS FOR OVERHEAD LINES


ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR-STEEL REINFOCED FOR OVERHEAD TRANSMISSION


Code Name Norminal Aluminum No. and diameter of wires Cross Sectional Area
Area Aluminum Steel Aluminium Steel Total
mm mm mm2 mm2 mm2
SQUIRREL 20 6/2.11 1/2.11 20.98 3.5 24.48
GHOPHER 25 6/2.36 1/2.36 26.24 4.37 30.61
WEASEL 30 6/2.59 1/2.59 31.61 5.27 36.88
FARRET 40 6/3.00 1/3.00 42.41 7.07 49.88
RABBIT 50 6/3.35 1/3.35 52.88 8.81 61.69
MINK 60 6/3.66 1/3.66 63.12 10.52 73.64
SKUNK 60 12/2.59 7/2.59 63.23 36.88 100.1
BEAVER 70 6/3.98 1/3.98 74.97 12.49 87.46
HORSE 70 12/2.79 7/2.79 73.37 42.8 116.2
RACCOON 70 6/4.09 1/4.09 78.84 13.14 91.98
OTTER 80 6/4.21 1/4.21 83.8 13.96 97.96
CAT 90 6/4.49 1/4.49 95.2 15.87 111.1
DOG 100 6/4.72 7/1.57 105 13.55 118.6
WOLF 150 30/2.59 7/2.59 158.1 36.88 195
DINGO 150 18/3.35 1/3.35 158.7 8.81 167.5
LYNX 175 30/2.79 7/2.79 183.4 42.8 226.2
CARACAL 175 18/3.61 1/3.61 184.3 10.24 194.5
PHANTER 200 30/3.00 7/3.00 212.1 49.48 261.6
LION 200 30/3.17 7/3.17 237.5 55.41 292.91
JAGUAR 200 18/3.86 1/3.86 210.6 11.7 223.3
BEAR 250 30/3.35 7/3.35 264.4 61.7 326.1
GOAT 300 30/3.71 7/3.71 324.3 75.67 400
BATANG 300 18/4.78 7/1.68 323.1 15.52 338.6
BISON 350 54/3.00 7/3.00 381.7 49.48 431.2
SHEEP 350 30/3.98 7/3.98 374.7 87.41 462.11
ZEBRA 400 54/3.18 7/3.18 428.9 55.69 484.6
DEER 400 30/4.26 7/4.26 429 100.1 429
ELK 450 30/4.50 7/4.50 447 111.3 447
CAMEL 450 54/3.35 7/3.35 476 61.7 476
MOOSe 500 54/3.53 7/3.53 588.6 68.51 588.6
Overaldiameterl Strandedweight Calculatedbreakingload(min) Calculatedd.c resistanceat 20º
mm kg/km kN Ω/km
6.33 84.85 7.9 1.368
7.08 106.1 9.61 1.093
7.77 127.8 11.45 0.9076
9 171.5 15.2 0.6776
10.05 213.9 18.4 0.5426
10.98 255.3 21.77 0.4546
12.95 463.6 52.94 0.4566
11.96 303 25.61 0.3818
13.95 538.1 61.15 0.3936
12.27 318.9 27.05 0.3639
12.64 339 28.64 0.3416
13.48 385 32.55 0.3006
14.15 394.3 32.64 0.2733
18.13 725.7 69.25 0.1828
16.75 505.7 35.8 0.1815
19.53 842.4 79.69 0.1576
18.05 587.6 41.14 0.1562
21 973.8 92.12 0.1363
22.22 1093 99.8 0.1219
19.3 6714 46.53 0.1367
23.45 1214 111.4 0.1093
25.97 1489 135.7 0.08912
24.16 1102 69.64 0.08912
27 1443 120.7 0.07575
27.68 1274 155.96 0.06774
28.62 1622 131.9 0.06741
29.87 1975 178.6 0.06749
31.51 2190 198.3 0.06059
30.15 1800 146.2 0.06074
31.77 2003 159.85 0.05477

Technical Data for ACSR conductor to BS. 215 part2: 1970



ALL ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR(AAC)

CodeName No and diamter of wires  Norminal
area 
Calcu-
lated
areas 
Approx.
overall diameter 
Approx.
massper k/m 
Calcul-
ated d.c resist-
ance at 20º C 
Cacu-
lated breaki
ngload 
stranded cond-
uctor lenght 
mm mm2 mm2 mm kg Ω/km kN m/drum
MDGE 7/2.06 22 23.33 6.18 64 1.227 3.99 2000
ANT 7/3.10 50 52.83 9.3 145 0.5419 8.28 2000
FLY 7/3.40 60 63.35 10.2 174 0.4505 9.9 2000
WASP 7/4.39 100 106 3.17 290 0.2702 16 2000
HORNET 19/3.25 150 157.6 16.25 434 0.1825 25.7 2000
CHAFFER 19/4.65 200 213.2 18.9 587 0.1349 32.4 2000
COCKROACH 19/4.22 250 21.1 21.1 731 0.1083 40.4 2000
BUTTERFLY 19/4.65 300 23.25 23.25 888 0.08916 48.75 2000
CENTIPEDE 37/3.78 400 26.46 26.46 1145 0.06944 63.1 2000

Technical Data for AAC conductor to BS 215 PS 1970



ALL ALUMINIUM ALLOY CONDUCTOR (AAAC)

CodeName No and diamter of wires  Normin
alarea 
Calcul-
ated
areas 
Approx.
overall diameter 
Approx.
massper k/m 
Calculated d.c resistance at 20º C  Cacul-
ated breaki-
ngload 
stranded conductor lenght 
ALMOND 7/2.34 25 30.1 7.02 82 1.0887 8.44 2000
CEDAR 7/2.54 35 35.47 7.62 97 0.9281 9.94 2000
FIR 7/2.95 50 47.84 8.85 131 0.688 13.4 2000
HAZEL 7/3.30 50 59.87 9.9 164 0.5498 16.3 2000
OAK 7/4.65 100 118.9 13.95 325 0.2769 33.3 2000
ASH 19/3.48 200 180.7 17.4 497 0.183 50.65 2000
ELM 19/3.76 200 211 18.8 580 0.1588 59.1 2000
UPAS 19/3.53 300 362.1 24.71 997 0.0905 101.5 2000
YEW 37/4.06 400 479 28.42 1370 0.0686 134.1 2000

Technical Data for AAAC conductor to BS 3242 1970

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