T&D 2018: PS5- Overhead Transmission Line Uprating and Upgrading

T&D 2018: PS5- Overhead Transmission Line Uprating and Upgrading
Posted: 17 Apr 2018
Authors:
O. Lynch, J. McCall, D. Wabnegger, D. Bryant
Chair:
Jose Daconti
Session:
PS5
Session Type:
Panel
Pages: 87

This panel will address overhead line uprating and upgrading feasibility and the major feasibility aspects to be taken into account before deciding to go ahead with an uprating or upgrading project.
Presentation #1 - Computer Aided Overhead Line Upgrading: Presents state-of-theart computational resources available to the process of overhead line upgrading.
Presentation #2 - Overhead Line Uprating via Real Time Thermal Rate Monitoring: Demonstrates proven techniques and hardware for the thermal uprating of overhead lines.
Presentation #3 - Outage-Free Overhead Line Reconductoring: Introduces live line techniques for the reconductoring of overhead lines.
Presentation #4 - Advanced Materials for Overhead Line Reconductoring: Focuses on the engineering aspects associated with the application of new conductor materials for increasing the power transfer capability of overhead lines.

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