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ANNEXURE-A

SAG TENSION CALCULATION FOR 220kV JACK BUS - TWIN ACSR MOOSE (41m Span) at 16.6m height

REFERENCE :

1)

**TNEB Power Engineers Handbook
**

IS:875 (Part 3) - 1987-Code of practice or design loads (other than earthquake) for buildings and structures, Part-3 Windloads (Second Revision)

2)

3)

IS802( Partl/Sec 1 ) :1995 - Use Of Structural Steel In Overhead Transmission Line Towers-Code Of Practise-Third Revision

4)

IS 5613 (Part 1/ Section 1): 1995

A.

SITE INFORMATION

WIND ZONE

2

Vb

BASIC WIND SPEED

=

39

TERRAIN CATEGORY

2

RELIABILITY LEVEL

1

**HEIGHT OF STRINGING CONDUCTOR
**

B

C

16.6

DESIGN WIND PRESSURE

Pd

=

Where, Vd is Design Wind Speed

Vd

=

Vr x K1 x K2

Vr is Refrence Wind Speed

Vr

=

Vb / Ko

Where, Ko = 1.375

Vr

=

28.36

Risk Coefficient

K1

=

1

Terrain Roughness Co-efficient

K2

=

1

"=>

Vd

=

28.36

M/Sec

Hence, Design Wind Pressure

Pd

=

482.70

N/M2

Pd

=

49.20

Kg/M2

Distance Between Two Girders

L

=

41

M

Girders Width

Gw

=

1.5

M

Span Length Excluding Grider Width

a

=

39.5

M

Length Of Long Rod Insulator

L1

=

2.175

M

Length Of Stringing Hardware

L2

=

0.8

M

Length Of ACSR Conductor

L3

=

33.55

M

No. of Conductor Per Phase

N

=

2

Maximum Temperature Considered

T1

=

75

⁰C

Minimum Temperature Considered

T0

=

0

⁰C

0 to 75

⁰C

N/M2

M/Sec

M/Sec

IT

=

Diameter of Conductor

Dc

=

31.77

mm

Weight of Conductor

Wc

=

2.004

Kg/M

Area of Cross Section of Conductor

Ac

=

597

mm2

Modulus Elasticity of Conductor

Es

=

6860

Kg/mm2

Co-efficient of Thermal Expansion

Et

=

0.0000193

Spacer Span

Ls

=

2.5

Nos. of Spacers

Ns

=

(L3 / Ls )

Nos.

=

13

Nos.

Weight of Each Spacer

Ws

=

2

Kg

Spacing Between Sub-Conductor

SS

=

0.25

M

W1

=

1750

Kg at 0⁰ C

Conductor Data

Type of Conductor

F

0.6 x Vd

Basic Information

Maximum Initial Tension (As Per Technical Specification, Annex. - D)

E

M

CALCULATION FOR WIND PRESSURE

Temperature Range Taken

D

M/Sec

ACSR MOOSE

Per ⁰C

**CALCULATION FOR NO. OF SPACERS
**

M

Loading on Conductor

Weight of Conductor including Spacers per Unit Length

Wc +((Ns x Ws ) / (L3 x N))

=

2.404

Kg/M

=

0.016

M

**Effect of Wind Loading on Conductor
**

Projected Area per unit Length on which Wind is Acting

=(r).1 M

**Wind Pressure On Conductor
**

Cd

=

Pc

=

99.46

W2

=

3.1599

Resultant Load on Conductor

W3

=

W3

=

3.970

=

1.652

1

;

=

2.021

{As Per IS 802 - Table-7}

SINθ

G

Pd * Cd * Gc

Wind Loading Per Unit Length

=

Gc

Pc

Kg/M2

Kg/M

Sqrt{(W +W2 }

2

1

2

Kg/M

Loading on Insulator

L4

=

2175

mm

Diameter of Long Rod Insulator

Dins

=

135

mm

Weight of Long Rod Insulator

Wins

=

9

Kg

No. Of Long Rod Insulator per String

Nins

=

2

Nos.

Total Weight of Insulator

W4

=

18

Kg

Pins

=

Pd * Cd * Gc

Pins

=

124.28

0.5*Pins*Lins*Dins*Nins

Length of Long Rod Insulator

**Effect of Wind Loading on Insulator String
**

Wind Pressure On Insulator String

Cd

=

1.2

;

Gc

=

2.105

{As Per IS 802 - Table 6}

**Wind on Insulator String
**

Resultant Load on Insulator String

H

W5

=

W5

=

W6

=

W6

=

40.689

W7

=

29

PHS

=

Pd * Cd * Gc

PHS

=

36.49

Kg/M2

Kg

**Sqrt{(W42+W52}
**

Kg/M

**Loading on Stringing Hardware
**

Weight of Stringing Hardware

Kg

**Effect of Wind Loading on Stringing Hardware
**

Wind Pressure On Stringing Hardware

Cd

=

1.2

;

Gc

=

Width of Hardware

Wind on Stringing Hardware

Resultant Load on Stringing Hardware

2.105

{As Per IS 802 - Table 6}

WH

=

W8

=

W8

=

W9

=

W9

=

124.28

0.25

Kg/M2

M

PHS*L2*WH

24.86

Kg

Sqrt{W72+W82}

38.194

1 OF 2

Kg/M

34 Kg-M T0CFA 2 OF 2 .64 Kg-M TCFA 899.(W4/2))*(L1/2+L2/2) Kg 69.41 Kg-M 81.(W 4/2) .22 Kg-M 155.13 (R0 .(W4/2) .(W7/2))*(1/2)*(L3/2) 338.56 TOTAL Kg-M I03 (R0 .I) FULL WIND LOAD CONDITION-LOAD DISTRIBUTION LOAD DISTRIBUTION SHEAR FORCE DIAGRAM REACTION AT EACH END R W6 +W9 +1/2(L3 *W3) TOTAL CROSS FORCE AREA UPTO MAX SAG I1 R*L1/2 I2 (R-W6)*(L1/2 + L2/2) 145.49 Kg 158.39 Kg-M DWL TCFA / IT 0.(W7/2))*(L2/2) Kg-M I04 16.64 TOTAL DEFLECTION at 0⁰ C AT WIND LOAD CONDITION Kg-M 558.24 Kg-M 505.5139 II) M STILL WIND LOAD CONDITION-LOAD DISTRIBUTION LOAD DISTRIBUTION SHEAR FORCE DIAGRAM REACTION AT EACH END ( STILL AIR CONDITION) R0 (W4/2)+(W7/2)+((1/2)*(W1)*L3) 63.89 I3 (R-W6-W9)*(L2/2) I4 (R-W6-W9)*(1/2 * L3/2) Kg-M 26.83 TOTAL CROSS FORCE AREA UPTO MAX SAG I01 R0*L1/2 I02 (R0 .

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