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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0

SCOPE

2.0

CROSS REFERENCES

3.0

APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS

4.0

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

4.1

General

4.2

Design Criteria

4.3

Ratings

4.4

Materials

4.5

Marking

5.0

TESTS

5.1

Routine and Type Tests

6.0

PACKING AND SHIPPING

FIGURE NO.1 :

Cross-Section of Low Pressure Oil Filled, Paper Insulated Copper Conductor, Single Core, 110kV, 115 kV, 132 kV, 230 kV or 380 kV power Cable (Typical)

FIGURE NO.2 :

Reel Marking Locations

7.0 DATA SCHEDULE

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This TBU Material Standard Specification (TMSS) specifies the minimum technical requirements for design, engineering, manufacture, inspection, testing and performance of low pressure oil-filled, paper insulated, single core, copper, 110kV, 115 kV, 132 kV, 230 kV or 380 kV rated power cable suitable for direct burial or in ducts installation to be used in the Transmission system of Saudi Electricity Company, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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CROSS-REFERENCES

This Transmission Material Standard Specification shall be read in conjunction with the Transmission General Specification No. 01-TMSS-01 titled "General Requirements for All Equipment/Materials", which shall be considered as an integral part of this TMSS.

This TMSS shall also be read in conjunction with Transmission Business Unit of Saudi Electricity Company (TBU) Purchase Order or Contract Schedules for project, as applicable.

3.0

APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS

The latest revision of the following Codes and Standards shall be applicable for the equipment/material covered in this TMSS. In case of conflict, the vendor/ manufacturer may propose equipment/material conforming to one group of Industry Codes and Standards quoted hereunder without jeopardizing the requirements of this TMSS.

3.1 IEC 60141-1 Tests on Oil-Filled, Paper Insulated, Metal-Sheathed Cables and Accessories for Alternating Voltages Up to and Including 400 kV

3.2 IEC 60228

3.3 IEC 60229

3.4 IEC 60287

3.5 IEC 60502

3.6 IEC 60540

3.7 IEC 60949

3.8 AEIC CS4

Conductors of Insulated Cables

Tests on Anti-Corrosion Protective Coverings of Metallic Cable Sheaths

Calculation of the Continuous Current Rating of Cables (100% Load Factor)

Extruded Solid Dielectric Insulated Power Cables for Rated Voltages from 1 kV up to 30 kV

Test Methods for Insulations and Sheaths of Electric Cables and Cords

Calculation of Thermally Permissible Short-Circuit Currents, Taking into Account Non-Adiabatic Heating Effects

Specifications for Impregnated Low and Medium Pressure Self Contained Liquid Filled Cable

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3.9 ICEA P-45-482

Short Circuit Performance of Metallic Shields and Sheaths of Insulated cable.

3.10 ASTM B29

3.11 54-TMSS-01

Specifications for Pig Lead

Electrical Insulating Oil for LPOF Cables

4.0 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

4.1 General

4.1.1 The power cable shall meet or exceed the requirements of this Specification in all respects.

4.1.2 Manufacturer's drawings, as required by 01-TMSS-01, shall show the outline of the power cable, together with all pertinent dimensions. Any variations in these dimensions due to manufacturing tolerances shall be indicated.

4.2 Design Criteria

4.2.1 The construction of the cable shall be essentially as shown in Figure No.1.

4.2.2 The mean of maximum ambient temperature over a 24 hour period (50°C) shall be regarded as the basic temperature with the site conditions referenced in 01-TMSS-01.

4.2.3 The power cable shall be free of material and manufacturing defects which would prevent it from meeting the requirements of this specification.

4.2.4 Unless otherwise specified, the cable shall be manufactured according to AEIC CS4 and tested according to AEIC CS4 or IEC 60141-1.

4.3 Ratings

In addition to the system parameters specified in 01-TMSS-01, the power cable shall have the following ratings:

4.3.1 The

cable

shall

continuously.

be

able

to

withstand

conductor

temperature

of

85°C

4.3.2 During emergency operation, the power cable shall be able to operate at a maximum conductor temperature of 105°C for 100 hours and 100°C for 300 hours as given in Table IV of AEIC CS4.

Based on expected life of the power cable, the manufacturer shall provide information in Data Schedule for the allowable annual/monthly loading duration for the cable on a l05°C or 100°C emergency loading temperature.

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4.3.3 Unless otherwise specified in Data Schedule that a higher short circuit capacity is required, the cable shall be able to withstand a minimum short circuit current for 1 sec. as shown in Table I below:

Table I

Cable Voltage

Minimum Short Circuit Current for 1 sec. (KA)

Rating

(kV)

110 or 115

40

132

40

230

63

380

63

4.4

Materials

4.4.1 Oil Duct

The oil duct shall be formed by using open helix steel strip.

The internal diameter of the helix shall be minimum of 12.7 mm. The external diameter of the helix shall be nominal of 15.2 mm with tolerance of

+3.8%.

4.4.2 Conductor

The conductor shall be compacted, segmental, stranded copper conforming to class 2 of IEC 60228.

For 110 kV or 115 kV, the conductor sizes shall be 400, 630, 800, 1000,

1500 and 1600 mm².

For 132 kV, the conductor sizes shall be 630, 900, 1200, 1600 and 2000mm².

For 230 kV, the conductor sizes shall be 800, 1000, 1200, 1300, 1500, 1600,

2000 and 2500 mm².

For 380 kV, the conductor sizes shall be 500, 800, 1000, 1200, 1500, 1600

2000 and 2500 mm².

4.4.3 Conductor Shield

The conductor shield shall consist of metallized paper tape or semi- conducting paper tape.

The effective thickness of the conductor shield shall not exceed 0.25mm.

4.4.4 Insulation

The power cable manufacturer shall ascertain that the paper insulation conforms with the following minimum requirements:

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a. The paper shall be only the best quality.

b. The paper manufacturing process shall be by the Kraft or Sulphate Process. In this process, the chips of wood are boiled in a superheated alkaline liquor.

c. In the washing stage, de-ionized water shall be used.

d. Prior to reeling, the paper shall be calendered to obtain smooth finish and higher density.

The allowable number of registrations in the application of paper tape shall be as specified in Clause 7.4 of AEIC CS4.

The average thickness and the minimum thickness of the insulation shall not be less than that given in Table II below:

Table II

Cable Voltage

Average Thickness of Insulation

Minimum Thickness of Insulation

Rating

(kV)

(mm)

(mm)

110 or 115

11.1

10.0

132

12.0

11.0

230

19.3

18.0

380

28.6

27.3

4.4.5 Insulation Shield

The insulation shield shall consist of metallized paper tape or semi- conducting paper tape.

The effective thickness of the insulation shield shall not exceed 0.25mm.

4.4.6 Metallic Sheath

For power cables to be installed below water table level, extruded lead alloy sheath shall be applied over the insulation shield.

For power cables to be installed above water table level, seamless tube of corrugated aluminum sheath can be used.

The sheath must withstand the total short circuit return current, indicated in Data Schedule, for 1 second without damage to the underlying components or outer jacket.

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IEC 60949 or ICEA Publication P-45-482 shall be used by the manufacturer

to determine the effective cross-sectional area of the metallic sheath and its

short circuit current carrying capability.

4.4.7 Metallic Sheath Binder Tape

A non-metallic binder tape of at least 0.2mm thickness shall be provided

between the metallic sheath and the reinforcing layer/sealing compound.

4.4.8 Reinforcing Layer (for Lead alloy sheathed cable only)

A reinforcing layer shall be applied over the sheath to provide mechanical

protection for the cable. The layer shall be made from steel, copper, brass or bronze.

4.4.9 Sealing Compound

The sealing compound shall be derived from bitumen and shall adhere to the reinforcing layer or metallic sheath binder tape and the jacket. It shall not crack or run at any temperature during transit, storage, installation or actual operation. The compound shall have no deleterious effect on the metallic sheath, reinforcing layer and jacket.

4.4.10 Jacket

The jacket material shall be PVC or black linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) or linear medium density polyethylene (LMDPE) or high density polyethylene (HDPE) tested per IEC 60502.

The average thickness of the jacket shall be 3.95mm. The minimum thickness of the jacket shall be 3.55mm.

4.4.11 Conductive Layer

A conductive layer shall be applied over the jacket to serve as an electrode for testing the integrity of the jacket.

The thickness of the conductive layer shall be sufficient so that the above jacket test can be done successfully.

4.4.12 Cable Oil

The oil used for impregnating the cable insulation shall comply with the requirements of 54-TMSS-01.

4.5 Cable Marking

4.5.1 The Jacket for all the cables shall be marked by embossing in Arabic and English at intervals not exceeding one meter with the following minimum information :

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a. Electric Cable

b. Voltage designation, 110 kV, 115 kV, 132kV, 230 kV or 380 kV

c. Type of insulation

d. Insulation thickness, mm

e. Conductor cross section, mm² and material

f. The manufacturer's name or trademark

g. Year of manufacture

h. Cumulative length at every one meter with the highest length mark on the outer end of the cable.

4.5.2 All cables shall be marked with “ Property of Saudi Electricity Company” in both Arabic and English.

4.5.3 Marking by matrix print is not acceptable.

5.0

TESTS

All test results shall be provided for review and acceptance by TBU.

5.1

Routine and Type Tests

 

5.1.1 The cable shall be routine and type tested in accordance with all physical and electrical tests and test methods as required in AEIC CS4.

5.1.2 Routine and type testing per IEC 60141-1 is also acceptable.

5.1.3 For the cable jacket, applicable type tests as stipulated in IEC 60229 and IEC 60502 are required.

6.0

PACKING AND SHIPPING

In addition to the applicable items per 01-TMSS-01, packing and shipping of the cable shall conform the following :

6.1 The cable ends shall be sealed with a waterproof, heat shrinkable plastic or elastomeric end cap with adhesive type sealing compound. Cable ends shall be firmly and properly secured to the reel.

6.2 The cable shall be delivered without splices, on standard sized non-returnable steel reels of sturdy construction properly packed and lagged externally to prevent possible damage to the cable during transportation. Wood lagging shall be used and have a minimum thickness of 50mm. The wood lagging shall also be secured with steel straps to provide physical protection for the cables during transit, storage and handling operations.

6.3 The diameter of the drum of the shipping reel shall be not less than the minimum bending diameter of the cable.

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6.4 Each shipping length of cable shall be filled with insulating liquid and the channels shall be connected to one or more insulating liquid reservoirs consisting of gas-filled expansible metal cells surrounded by insulating liquid in an enclosing shell. The reservoirs shall have adequate capacity to maintain pressure on the cable throughout the ambient temperature range anticipated until the cable is installed.

6.5 Either a pressure gauge or a suitable fitting for use with a portable gauge shall be connected so that the pressure on the insulating liquid in the cable may be determined. The connection between the cable and the reservoir shall contain a standard pipe union. The nut half of the union shall be on the reservoir side. The threaded half of the union shall be equipped with a small vent pipe, the vent being sealed at its outer end by means of a threaded hex cap and suitable gasket. Suitable precautions shall be taken to make all of these connections tight during shipment.

6.6 Reel Markings

6.6.1 Cable reels/drums shall be marked in legible and indelible letters giving the following particulars:

a. Cable voltage and conductor material and size

b. Type of cable

c. Length and weight of cable on reel

d. Gross weight

e. Dimensions of reel

f. Manufacturer's name and country of origin

g. TBU address and purchase order number

h. J.O. number/Contract number (if applicable)

i. Serial number of reel

j. TBU stock number in 10 cm high bold numerals

k. Direction of rolling

l. 11-TMSS-3, Rev.0

Reel markings locations shall be as shown in Figure 2.

6.6.2 All markings shall appear on both sides of the reel.

6.6.3 Cable reel identification shall include any additional information as required by TBU shipping instructions.

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SEC Enquiry No.

Date:

SEC Purchase Order No. or Contract No.

Date:

SEC PTS No./Project Title with J.O. No.

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SECTION NO.

DESCRIPTION

'A'

'B'

'C'

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APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS

Reference Manufacturing Standard

AEIC

4.0

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

 

4.2

Design Criteria/Rating

a. Cable Nominal Voltage, kV

b. System Short Circuit Current for 1 sec.,

kA

c. Maximum conductor short circuit current temperature, °C

250

d. Maximum permissible conductor temperature, °C

i. Continuous

85

ii. 100 hours

105

iii. 300 hours

100

4.4

Materials

4.4.1

Oil Duct Type Material Internal Diameter, mm External Diameter, mm

 

'A'

-

TBU SPECIFIED DATA/PARAMETERS BIDDER/SUPPLIER/VENDOR/CONTRACTOR PROPOSED DATA/ PARAMETERS REMARKS SUPPORTING THE PROPOSED DEVIATION IN COLUMN 'B' DATA/PARAMETER TO BE PROVIDED/PROPOSED BY THE BIDDER/SUPPLIER/ VENDOR/CONTRACTOR IN COLUMN 'B'

'B'

-

'C'

-

(*)

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'A'

'B'

'C'

4.4.2 Conductor material Design No. of strands Dia. of strand prior to compaction, m Cross-sectional area, mm² (400, 500, 630, 800, 900, 1000, 1200, 1300, 1500, 1600, 2000, 2500) Inner Diameter, mm Outer Diameter, mm Resistivity at 20°C, -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect loss factor (k p )

Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Ω -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Skin effect loss factor (k s ) Proximity effect
Short Circuit capability of conductor in kA for 1 second starting with initial conductor temperature

Short Circuit capability of conductor in kA for 1 second starting with initial conductor temperature of

i.

ii.

iii.

Temp.

85°C

100°C

105°C

after short circuit, °C

Copper

*

*

*

conductor temperature of i. ii. iii. Temp. 85°C 100°C 105°C after short circuit, °C Copper *

*

*

*

*

*

*

conductor temperature of i. ii. iii. Temp. 85°C 100°C 105°C after short circuit, °C Copper *

*

*

*

*

4.4.3 Conductor shield Material

Average thickness, mm

110kV

400, 630, 800, 1000,

or 115 kV

1500, 1600 mm²

132

kV-

630, 900, 1200, 1600, 2000 mm²

230

kV -

800, 1000, 1200, 1300, 1500, 1600, 2000, 2500 mm²

380

kV -

500, 800, 1000, 1200,

Paper Tape

1500,1600, 2000, 2500 mm² Diameter over conductor shield, mm

 

*

Thermal resistivity, k.m/w

*

4.4.4 Insulation Material Average thickness, mm Paper density, kg/cm³ Thickness per layer, mm

4.4.4 Insulation Material Average thickness, mm Paper density, kg/cm³ Thickness per layer, mm
4.4.4 Insulation Material Average thickness, mm Paper density, kg/cm³ Thickness per layer, mm
4.4.4 Insulation Material Average thickness, mm Paper density, kg/cm³ Thickness per layer, mm

Paper

*

*

*

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'A'

'B'

'C'

Diameter over insulation, mm Thermal resistivity, k.m/W Dielectric constant (ε) Loss factor (δ)

*

*

*

*

4.4.5

Insulation shield Material Min./max. thickness, mm Diameter over insulation shield, mm Thermal resistivity, k.m/w

Paper Tape

*

*

*

٤٫٤٫٦

Metallic Sheath Material Average thickness, mm Effective cross-sectional area, mm² Diameter over metallic shield, mm Resistivity at 20°C, -m Temp. coefficient at 20°C, /°C Thermal resistivity, Km/W Short circuit capability in kA for 1 second of the metallic sheath starting with 100° or 105°C conductor temperature

 

*

*

*

*

*

*

 

٤٫٤٫٧ Sheath Binder Tape Material Nominal thickness, mm Diameter over binder tape, mm Thermal resistivity, k.m/w

*

*

*

*

٤٫٤٫٨ Reinforcing Layer : (if applicable) Material Number Nominal thickness, mm Width, mm Diameter over reinforcing tape, m Thermal resistivity, Km/W

*

*

*

*

*

*

٤٫٤٫٩ Sealing Compound Material Average thickness, mm

*

*

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'B'

'C'

Minimum thickness, mm Diameter over sealing compound, mm Thermal resistivity, Km/W

*

*

*

4.4.10 Outer Jacket Material (PVC, LLDPE, LMDPE or HDPE) Average thickness, mm Minimum thickness, mm Diameter over jacket, mm Thermal resistivity, k.m/w Max. continuous operating temp., °C

 

*

*

*

*

*

*

4.4.11 Conductive Layer :

Material Average thickness, mm Minimum thickness, mm Thermal resistivity, Km/W

*

*

*

*

4.4.12 Cable Oil-Volume

[Refer to Data Schedule of 54-SMSS-01. Vendor to fill in column "B" of the same] Volume of oil in cable (l/km)

*

Cable Electrical Stress Characteristics :

 

Maximum stress, kV/mm

*

Impulse stress :

Conductor screen, kV/mm Insulation screen, kV/mm

*

*

Design ac stress :

Conductor screen, kV/mm Insulation screen, kV/mm

*

*

Cable Characteristics :

 

Charging current per cable, A/km Maximum operating sheath voltage, V/km Sheath losses at rated MVA, kW/km Cable dielectric loss per circuit, kW/km

*

*

*

*

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'A'

'B'

'C'

 

Cable P.F. at Conductor Temperature

 

Max./Design

20°C - Max. Design

*

40°C - Max. Design 60°C - Max. Design 85°C - Max. Design

*

*

*

Calculated cable positive sequence resistance and reactance in ohms per phase per km at 60 Hz and 85°C

*

Calculated cable zero sequence resistance and reactance in ohm per phase km at 60 Hz and 85°C

*

6.0

PACKING

a. Total quantity required, m

b. Are matched sets of cable reel length required?

c. If "YES", how many reels are required per set?

d. Tolerance in cable length of matched reel sets

Yes/No

e. Conductor weight, kg/km

*

f. Cable weight, kg/km

*

g. Reel and cable weight, kg

*

h. Cable length per reel, m

i. Cable reel diameter, mm

*

j. Cable reel width, mm

*

OTHER REQUIRED INFORMATION

a. Life expectancy of cable, years

b. 3-phase inductance in trefoil

formation, mH/km

c. 3phase capacitance in trefoil formation µF/km

Over 30

*

*

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'A'

'B'

'C'

d. Continuous current carrying capacity in Amps per three phase circuit, single point sheath bonding, horizontal

 

i) Air @ 50°C

 

*

ii) Directly buried @ 40°C ground temperature

 

*

iii) Concrete encased duct bank

*

e. Details of other installation conditions for ampacity given in item (d) above

i) Air @ 50°C

 

*

ii) Directly buried @ 40°C

 

*

iii) Concrete encased duct bank

*

f. Maximum permissible overload in % of 3 cables in underground cable duct trefoil formation, at 40°C soil temperature, for 1/2/3 hours starting with a prior loading of

 
 

50%

75%

100%

g. Maximum

pulling

tension,

kN

*

h. Maximum sidewall pressure, kN/m

*

i. Overall cable diameter, mm

 

*

j. Minimum bending radius, mm

*

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ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION OR FEATURES TO BE FURNISHED BY SEC:

B.

ADDITIONAL

SUPPLEMENTARY

DATA

OR

FEATURES

PROPOSED

BY

BIDDER/VENDOR/SUPPLIER/CONTRACTOR:

 

B.

OTHER PARTICULARS TO BE FILLED UP BY BIDDER/VENDOR/SUPPLIER/ CONTRACTOR:

 

Name of the Company Location and address

Name and Signature of authorized epresentative and date

Official Seal/Stamp of the Company & Date

Actual Manufacturer of Equipment/Material

Vendor/Supplier/

Contractor