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Evaluation of high-temperature behavior of Zn and ZnAl coatings on core wires and strands for ACSR, ACSS, and alike overhead power conductors

Evaluation of high-temperature behavior of Zn and ZnAl coatings on core wires and strands for ACSR, ACSS, and alike overhead power conductors

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For Aluminum Conductor Steel Supported designs with average working temperatures of 80°C, the drive to increase a conductor’s current carrying capacity by enabling it to operate at higher temperature ...
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Number of pages:8
Year published:2009
Weight:0.2500
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By Charles Coffin, Hans Depamelaere, Dale King, and Walther Van Raemdonck, NV Bekaert SA, Belgium
2009
 
For Aluminum Conductor Steel Supported designs with average working temperatures of 80°C, the drive to increase a conductor’s current carrying capacity by enabling it to operate at higher temperatures results in emergency peaks up to 250°C. Galvanized (zinc) coatings are generally limited to a maximum service temperature for extended times of 180-200°C. This paper describes how Bezinal® ZnAl coatings resist to temperatures as high as 350°C with no significant negative effects on either coating ductility or salt spray corrosion resistance.  
 
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