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However, in an actual installation, these conditions are not completely satisfied, which causes an imbalance in the continuous sheath voltage of the three minor sections. The sheath current flows due to this imbalance, but it is much smaller than that in the solid bonding. Even though the continuous sheath voltage is suppressed by the small sheath current and the balanced sheath voltage, the short-term sheath voltage cannot be suppressed by the cross bonding. 18. 18. The short-term sheath voltage can exceed the ratings of SVLs when the grounding resistance at a SSJ is high.
54a)] for a solid conductor and a hollow conductor, respectively. The figures clearly show that the impedance of Case 1 is the same as that of Case 2 in a low frequency region, and tends to approach that of Case 3 as frequency increases. The behavior physically satisfies the well-known skin effect. 9 Outer surface impedance of a solid two-layered conductor (????1 = ????2 = ????0 ): (a) resistance vs. frequency; and (b) inductance vs. frequency. 9 cm, c = 10 cm, ????1 = 10−7 Ωm, ????2 = 10−4 Ωm. 9 cm, ???? = 10−7 Ωm.
5 cm, ????1 = 10−8 Ωm, ????2 = 10−5 Ωm. 25 cm, ???? = 10−8 Ωm. 9. 10. 61) is correct. 11 illustrates the cross section of one phase of an underground 275 kV cable with a semiconducting layer on the core outer surface. 12a shows the core internal impedance of the cable with d = 5 mm as a function of the semiconducting layer resistivity ???? neglecting the earth. 12 Conductor internal impedance. 01 Ωm) Cable System Transients 44 of ????. The resistivity corresponds to the condition that the penetration depth becomes equal to the thickness of the semiconducting layer.