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ABS - Max Ampacity for Cables

ABS - Max Ampacity for Cables

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Electric cables ampacity in accordance with ABS
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Chapter
Secti on
4
I
3
Vessel Systems and Machi nery
Electrical Systems
El ectri cal Equi pment 4-8-3
Conductor
Size
Maximum current in amperes (see 4-8-j/9.3)
45"C ambient: 750 V and less, AC or DC; see Notes
mm'
103
circ
mils
I
-core
2-core 3- or 4-core
v60
PVC/A
v75
R8J
XLPE
885
EPR
M95
s9J
v60
PVC/A
v75
R85
XLPE
E85
EPR
M95
s95
v60
PVC/A
v75
RBJ
XLPE
885
EPR
M95
s95
625 755 894 1006 642 760 8ss 529 626 704
600 736 872 981 626 741 834 5 1 5 610 o d /
r000 662 784 882 563 666 750 463 549 617
500 6s6 778 875 558 661 744 459 545 6 1 3
950 641 760 854 545 646
'726
449 532 598
900 620 734 826 s27 624 702 434 514 578
850 598 709
'19'l
508 603 677 419 496 ) ) 6
800 576 682 767 490 580 652 403 477 540
400 571 677 761 485 s75 647 400 474 533
't50
553 655
'73' 7
470 557 626 387 459 5 1 6
700 s29 628 706 450 534 600 370 440 494
650 506 s99 674 430 509 573 354 4t9 4' 72
600 481 5' 70 641 409 485 545 ' J I 399 449
300 335 477 565 636 285 405 480 541 235 334 396 445
550 455 540 60'7 38'7 459 5 1 6 3 1 9 378 425
500 429 509 5' 12 365 433 486 300 356 400
240 290 415 492 553
1 4 1
353 4 1 8 470 zu5 291 344 387
450 402 476 536 ) +z 405 456 281 J J J 375
400 ) t J 442 498 3t'7 376 423 261 309 349
185 250 353 418 470 z t ) 300 355 400 175 247 293 329
350 343 407 458 292 J+O 389 240 28s J Z I
300 3t2 370 416 265 3 1 5 354 2t8 259 291
150 220 309 367 4t2 187 26i 3t2 350 t 54 2t6 257 288
2s0 278 330 ) t l 236 281 3 1 5 95 231 260
120 190 269 3 1 9 359 162 229 271 305 I J J 88 223 251
2t 2 251 297 335 213 252 285 76 208 235
95 165 232 276 310 140 97 235 264 1 1 6 62 93 2t ' 1
168 2t 7 25'l 289 84 218 246 52 80 202
70 135 92 228 2s6 l l 5 OJ 94 2 1 8 95 34 60 179
I J J 88 222 250 60 89 z l ) ) L 55 175
106 o-t r93 2 t 7 39 64 84
t 4
35 152
50 105 56 184 208 89 33 56 77 74 09 29 t46
83.7 40 166 87 l 9 4 l 59 98 l 6 l 3 l
35 87 2J 148 66 74 06 26 4 l 6 1 88 04 l 1 6
66.4 2 l 44 oz 03 22 38 8s 0 l I l 3
52.6
(r)
24 40 89 05 19 74 87 98
25 7 l 01 20 35 60 86 02 15 50 71 84 95
41. 7 9 l 08 2 l 77 92 03 64 76 85
i J - | 79 93 05 67 79 89 55 65 74
TABLE 6
Maximum Current Carrying Gapacity for Cables
continued....
ABS RULES FOR BUILDING AND CLASSING STEEL VESSELS
.
2OO5 593
Vessel Systems and Machi nery
Part
Ghapter
Section
4
8
3
El ectri cal SYstems
El ectri cal
TABLE 6 (conti nued)
Maxi mumGur r ent car r yi ngcapaci t yf or Gabl es
Maximum current in amperes
(see 4-8-j/9'3)
45"C o*bi"r!; 7 50 V ond lutt, AC
Conductor
Size
^m2
1d
circ
mils
I
-core 2-core
3- or
-core
v60
PVC/A
v75
R85
XLPE
EB5
EPR
M95
s9J
v60
PVC/A
v75
R85
XLPE
E85
EPR
M95
s95
v60
PVC/A
v75
R8J
XLPE
E85
EPR
M95
s9J
l 6
' 16
9 l 102 46 65 7'7 87 38 53 oz+ 71
26.3
68 8 1 9 1 58 69 77 48 57 o+
20. 8
59 70 78 50 60 66
4 l 49 55
10
40 5' l o /
' 76
J C 48 57 65 28 40 47 53
t 6. 5
) l 60 68
43 5 l 58
36 +L 48
6
29 4 l 49 55 25 35 42 47 20 29 J { 39
10. 4
38 45 5 1
t z 38 43 27 32 36
4 22 3 Z 38 43 l 9 27 J L a t 1 5 22 2'7 30
6. 53
28 34 38
24 29 3Z 20 24 27
2.5
t'l 24 28 32 t 4 20
1 A
27 l 2 7 20 22
4 . 1 1
2l 25 ) z 1 8 2l 27 15 8 22
1.5
l 2 t t zl 26 10 l z+ 1 8 22 8 2 l 5 1 8
r.25
l 5 18 z 3 l 3 l 5 20
I l 3 l o
1.0 8 t - l l 6 20 7 1 1 l 4 t'7 6 9 l 1 I 4
Notes to Table 6
(1) The nomenclature of cable insulation types used in 4-8-3/Table 6 is as follows:
Insulation tvqe designation
Insulation materials
Maximum conductor
temoerature,
"C
rEC 60092-353 rEC 60092-3
PVC/A
v60 Polwinyl chloride
-
general purpose 60
v75 Polvvinvl chloride
-
heat resisting
' 15
XLPE R85
Cross-linked
polyethYlene
85
EPR E85
Ethvlene
propYlene rubber
85
M95
Mineral
(MI) 95
s95 s95
Silicone rubber
95
(2) The maximum current values given in 4-8-3lTable6 have been derived from IEC Publication 60092-353 and are based on ambient
temperature of 45.c and on the asiumption that when a group of four cables bunched together and laid in free air, the conductors will
attain and operate contmuously at a temperature equal to the maximum rated temperature of the insulation'
(3) The maximum current values given in 4-8-3lTable 6 (and those derived therefrom) may be used, without correction factors, for
ca'bles installed double-banked in cable conduits or cable pipes, except as noted in Note (4)'
(4) Where more than six cables expected to be operated simultaneously are laid together in a bunch in such a way that there is an
absence offree air circulation around them, a correction factor of0.85 is to be applied to the values given in 4-8-3lTable 6' Special
consideration is necessary ifthe number ofcables installed in this manner exceeds twelve'
(5) The maxlmum cuffent values given in 4-8-3lTable 6 are applicable to both armored and unarmored cables'
594
ABS RULES FOR BUILDING AND CLASSING STEEL VESSELS
'
2OO5

5 1. AC 2-core M95 3. Insulation tvqe designation rEC60092-353 rEC 60092-3 v60 PVC/A v75 R85 XLPE E85 EPR M95 60 '15 s95 s95 85 85 95 95 60092-353and are basedon ambient (2) The maximum current valuesgiven in 4-8-3lTable6 have beenderived from IEC Publication togetherand laid in free air. 750 V ond lutt.85 is to be appliedto the values offree absence twelve' in this mannerexceeds ifthe numberofcables installed is consideration necessary (5) The maxlmum cuffent valuesgiven in 4-8-3lTable 6 are applicableto both armoredand unarmoredcables' 594 ' VESSELS2OO5 STEEL AND FOR ABS RULES BUILDING CLASSING .c and on the asiumption that when a group of four cablesbunched of the insulation' attain and operatecontmuouslyat a temperatureequalto the maximum ratedtemperature be used.0 l5 t-l l3 11 2l 18 l5 l4 20 27 27 22 20 t'7 32 2'7 24 20 8 15 2 I 9 l5 l3 l1 53 48 39 36 30 27 22 22 18 lo I4 Notes to Table 6 6 in used 4-8-3/Tableis asfollows: types insulation of (1) Thenomenclaturecable Insulation materials Polwinyl chloride .5 6 68 59 70 o/ 40 29 10.generalpurpose Polvvinvl chloride .3 20. the conductorswill of temperature 45.4 22 6.5 28 24 2l t t 60 49 45 38 34 28 25 55 51 43 38 32 )z 25 l9 65 58 50 48 43 35 tz R85 XLPE E85 EPR 7'7 69 M95 s95 87 77 66 v75 v60 PVC/A 38 53 48 4l R8J XLPE E85 EPR oz+ M95 s9J 71 o+ 57 49 47 +L J{ 60 57 5l 42 38 JL 55 65 58 47 43 a t 3Z 28 20 15 l2 8 6 t4 10 7 27 24 20 18 lz+ 29 1A 40 36 29 27 22 20 7 l2 8 zl 18 l6 26 z3 r.Part Ghapter Section 4 8 3 VesselSystemsand Machinery ElectricalSYstems Electrical TABLE 6 (continued) MaximumGurrentcarryingcapacityforGables Conductor Size I -core Maximum current in amperes (see 4-8-j/9'3) 45"Co*bi"r!.heat resisting Cross-linkedpolyethYlene EthvlenepropYlenerubber Mineral (MI) Silicone rubber Maximum conductor "C temoerature.11 5'l )l '76 68 JC 4l 38 3Z 4 2.53 t'l 4. without correction factors. except ca'bles are simultaneously laid togetherin a bunch in such a way that there is an to (4) Where more than six cablesexpected be operated given in 4-8-3lTable6' Special air circulationaroundthem.or -core 1d ^m2 circ mils v60 PVC/A v75 '16 R85 XLPE EB5 EPR 9l 81 s9J 102 91 78 v75 v60 PVC/A 46 l6 26. a correctionfactor of0. for (3) The maximum current values given in 4-8-3lTable 6 (and those derived therefrom) may as noted in Note (4)' in installeddouble-banked cable conduits or cable pipes.25 1.8 10 t6.

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