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ORIGINAL DOCUMENT APPROVED December 16, 2006

June 19, 2012

June 19, 2012

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0

PURPOSE

2.0

SCOPE

3.0

CODES, STANDARDS AND REFERENCES

4.0

ORDER OF PRECEDENCE

5.0

SYSTEM PARAMETERS

5.1 Frequency

5.2 System Voltage

5.3 Short Circuit Rating

5.4 Insulation Levels

6.0

DEVIATIONS

7.0

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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PURPOSE

This chapter of the underground Power Cable Transmission Engineering Standards (TES- P-104.01) is an introductory chapter to TES-P-104. It provides general information applicable to power cables and their applications to the Transmission System of Saudi Electricity Company (SEC), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Chapters of TES-P-104 and the references therein serve as a guide to the Design Engineer.

2.0

SCOPE

The U/G Power Cable Transmission Engineering Standards TES-P-104:

2.1 Covers the following cable nominal voltage ratings:

2.1.1 Service (Low Voltage) Cables:

2.1.2 Distribution (Medium Voltage) Cables:

2.1.3 Transmission (High Voltage) Cables:69kV, 110kV, 115kV & 132kV.

2.1.4 Transmission (Extra High Voltage) Cables: 230 kV & 380 kV.

0.6/1kV.

11kV, 13.8kV, 33kV & 34.5kV.

2.2 Reflects the use of the following types of cables and their applications:

2.2.1 Cross-Linked Polyethylene Cable (XLPE).

2.2.2 Low Pressure Oil-Filled Cable (LPOF).

2.3 Intended to help the Design Engineer in selection of the appropriate type and size of the power cable.

2.4 Contains the type of installation and the installation requirements in details. These are developed to govern the practices and procedures which shall be adopted by the Design Engineer for the design of power cable systems.

2.5 Covers the drawings and ampacity tables in different installations cases and their requirements in details, which shall enable the engineers to design and install the power cables within the specified parameters.

2.6 Shows the various types and requirements of splicing and terminations of XLPE and LPOF power cables. However, it shall not cover the requirements for LPOF or XLPE cable termination at GIS cable boxes or at oil boxes at power transformers.

2.7 Serves as a guideline in selection of the single core power cable sheath bonding and grounding method of insulated metallic sheath of power cables.

2.8 The technical data provided in this standard (TES-P-104) for 0.6/1kV to 380kV are intended for general information.

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2.9 In case of additional technical requirements, details or information not contained in this standard, the Design Engineer is responsible to have the power cable system accurately designed.

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CODES, STANDARDS AND REFERENCES

3.1 Items not specifically covered in this standard shall be in accordance with the latest revisions of the referenced Industry Codes and Standards.

3.2 It shall be the responsibility of the Design Engineer preparing the base design or detailed design to be or become knowledgeable of the requirements of the latest Industry Codes and Standards referred in TES-P-104. He shall bring to the attention of National Grid SA of SEC, any latest revisions of these Codes and Standards which may have an impact on the technical requirements of TES-P-104.

3.3 Whenever different Codes and Standards are used, National Grid SA of SEC approval to the same shall be obtained before proceeding with design. These Codes and Standards shall be equal to or better than those specified in TES-P-104.

4.0

ORDER OF PRECEDENCE

In case of any conflict between various documents and standards or specifications for underground power cable projects, the order of precedence shall be as follows:

4.1 The Scope of Work and Technical Specifications (SOW/TS) for the project.

4.2 Transmission Materials Standard Specifications (TMSS).

4.3 This standard (TES-P-104.01).

4.4 Other applicable Transmission Engineering Standards (TES).

4.5 SEC Transmission Construction Standards (TCS).

4.6 SEC Transmission Standard Drawings (TSD).

4.7 Applicable Industry Codes and Standards.

5.0

SYSTEM PARAMETERS

Unless otherwise specified in the associated data schedule of relevant TMSS, the power cables shall be suitable to operate under the typical system parameters as shown in Table 01- 1 and shall meet the minimum requirements given in clause 5.2.

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5.1 Frequency

The nominal frequency for SEC system is 60 Hz and the permissible operating frequency range is between 59.9 Hz and 60.1 Hz as per clause 4.1 of SEC specification # 01-TMSS-01 Rev.01.

5.2 System Voltage The standard nominal system voltages adopted by SEC are listed in Table 01-1. The permissible operating voltage range is ± 5% under normal operating conditions as per clause 4.2 of SEC specification # 01-TMSS-01 Rev.01. These are detailed in Table 01-1.

Table 01-1: System Voltages

Nominal

Voltage Range (Normal Operating Condition,

System Voltage

±5%)

(kVrms)

(kVrms)

11

10.5-11.6

13.8

13.1-14.5

33

31.4-34.7

34.5

32.8-36.2

69

65.6-72.5

110

104.5-115.5

115

109.3-121

132

125.4-139

230

219-242

380

361-399

5.3 Short Circuit Rating

The 3φ symmetrical short circuit current ratings and duration of the various power cables shall be as specified in Table 01-2 as per clause 4.0 & Table-1 of SEC specification # 01-TMSS-01 Rev.01.

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Table 01-2: Voltage, 3φ Symmetrical Short Circuit Current Ratings& Durtion for Various Power Cables

Power Cable

Power Cable Maximum Voltage

3φ Symmetrical Short Circuit Current

3φ Symmetrical Short Circuit Current Duration

Nominal

Voltage Rating

   

(kV rms )

(kA rms)

 

(kV rms )

(sec.)

380

420

63***

1

230

245

63*

1

132

145

40

1

115

123

40

1

110

123

40

1

69

72.5

31.5 or 40*

1

34.5

36 (minimum)

25

1

33

36

25

1

13.8

(15 or 17.5)**

25

1 or 3*

11

12

25

1 or 3*

* It shall be specified by the design engineer.

** Unless otherwise specified in the SOW/TS, cable shall be rated 17.5 kV and for other equipment it shall be as specified in the SOW/TS. *** 50kA if required shall be specified in the SOW/TS

5.4 Insulation Levels

The insulation levels for all underground cables shall not be less than the values specified in Table 01-3. For installations at an altitude higher than 1000m, the external air insulation level shall be calculated as per clause 4.6.6.3 of SEC specification # 01-TMSS-01 Rev.01.

In table 01-3 basic lightning impulse insulation levels (BIL) are specified with respect to a standard 1.2/50µs wave shape and the basic switching impulse insulation level (BSL) is specified for a 250/2500µs impulse as per clause 4.6 of SEC specification # 01-TMSS-01 Rev.01.

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Table 01-3: Insulation Levels

Nominal System Voltage

Basic Insulation Level (BIL)

Power Frequency Withstand Voltage *Dry/Wet

Basic Switching

Impulse Level

   

(BSL)

(kV rms )

(kV Peak)

(kV rms )

(kV rms)

11

110

50/45

-

13.8

110

50/45

-

33

200

95/80

-

34.5

200

95/80

-

69

350

160/140

-

110

650

275/275

-

115

650

275/275

-

132

650/750

325/325

-

230

1050

460/460

-

380

1425

620/620

1050

The insulation levels for LV cables shall be as under:

Nominal SystemVoltage (kV rms ) 0.6/1.0 Basic Insulation Level (BIL) (kV Peak ) 8 Power Frequency Withstand Voltage (kV rms ) 3

*Dry for 1 minute, wet for 10 seconds

6.0

DEVIATIONS

6.1 The Design Engineer who prepares the SOW/TS for the U/G power cable project is responsible to obtain an appropriate waiver from S&SD for any specific deviation from this Standard (TES-P-104.01). This waiver shall be taken for over- specification as well as under-specification.

6.2 In case of any deviations from this Standard (TES-P-104.01) during the base design and detailed design of any U/G power cable project, it is the responsibility of the engineer preparing the base design or detailed design to obtain appropriate waiver from S&SD, through concerned SEC departments, before finalizing the design.

6.3 In case of a n y conflict or deviation, which cannot be resolved, shall be referred to S&SD who will be the final authority for correct interpretation of the standards and associated documents, as applicable.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. Underground Systems Reference Book, Edison Electric Institute, New York, 1957, no ISBN

2. R. M. Black The History of Electric Wires and Cables, Peter Pergrinus, London 1983 ISBN 0 86341 001 4

3. 01-TMSS-01 Rev.# 1 (General Requirements for all Equipment Materials)

4. TES-P-104.08 Rev.# 1 (Bonding & Grounding of Insulated Metallic Sheath of Power Cable System 69kV to 380kV)

5. EPRI Underground Transmission Systems Reference Book, 2006 Edition, 1014840