Sag Tension Calculation

Parameters: Conductor : ACSR ZEBRA (420 mm2) Construction 54 Aluminium / 7 steel / 3.18 mm Basic Span (ℓ) Ultimate Tensile Strength of conductor (U.T.S) Overall diameter of the conductor (d) Weight of the conductor (w) Wind pressure (P) Co-efficient of linear Expansion (α) Young's Modulus of elasticity (Final) (Ef) Young's Modulus of elasticity (Initial) (Ei) Maximun temperature (Ambient) Maximum temperature (conductor) Minimum temperature (Ambient) Mainimum temperature (conductor) Everyday Temperature Area of cross section of conductor (A) Factor of safety (F.O.S.) (at 32.2 Deg. C) Factor of safety (F.O.S.) (Otherwise) Weight of conductor per unit area (δ) Mimimum Ground Clearance 350 13290 28.62 1.621 83.38 1.930000E-05 686000 467500 50 75 -2.5 -2.5 32.2 4.485 4 2 meters Kg mm kg/m Kg/m2 per deg. C KG/Cm2 KG/Cm2 Deg C Deg C Deg C Deg C Deg. C cm2

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5 Kg Working Stress f1 f1 T1 A 740.O.8026756 Kg/cm2 loading factor.S F . q1 q1  p 2  w w 2  1 1 (for no wind.65780701 . P=0) The working stress is determined by the following formula: f 1 ( f 1 k)  2  2  2 q12 E f 24 k  f 1  2  2 q12 E f 24 K -92.Temperature Wind Factor of Safety Working tension (T1) = 32.S 3322.T .2 Deg. C = Nil =4 T1  U .