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IEEE 1222-2011 pdf free

IEEE 1222-2011 pdf free.IEEE Standard for Testing and Performance for All-Dielectric Self-Supporting (ADSS) Fiber Optic Cable for Use on Electric Utility Power Lines.
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply. The IEEE Siandarcts Dictionary: Glossary of Terms & Dt’fmnitions should be referenced for terms not defined in this clause.4
3.1 General definitions
DSS: All-Dielectric Self-Supporting Fiber Optic Cable.
breaking strength or breaking tension: lreaking strength is the maximum tensile load that the cable shall withstand without mechanical failure. The Maximum Rated Cable Load (MRCL) is typically less than 60°o of the breaking strength. The breaking strength should be calculated. The design model must be validated:
the cables do not need to be tested to their breaking strength.
eerda tension (FI)T): the everyday tension is the final tension with rio ice arid no wind at the aerage annual mean temperature throughout the year. This temperature is assumed as 16°C (60 °F). This number is often used in specifring motion control devices such as vibration dampers.
hardware: Attachments or fittings that are in direct contact with the cable.
masinium installation tension (Mil) or sagging tension (SAT): This is the initial tension at which the cable is pulled during the sagging portion of the installation process. This tension is used to achieve the appropriate installation sag defined by the manufacturer.
Neil— This is the same as the initial evemdav tension WDT) shcn specified at 16°C (60 °F).1
niaximum rated cable load (lR(I): This is the maximum tensile load the cable is designed to ssithstand during its lifetime. This is sometimes called the maximum rated design tension (MRDT) by the IEEE or the maximum allowed tension (MAT) by IEC. This is typically the load the cable is designed to take when the cable is installed in its maximum specified span length while experiencing the maximum specified weather load.
stringing tension (SIT): The stringing tension, also known as the pulling tension is defined as the tension used to pull the cable through sheaves during the stringing portion of the installation process. This should never be greater than the sagging tension.
System (AI)SS system): The cable and hardware described in IEEE Std 1222 function as an integrated unit.IEEE 1222 pdf download.

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