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CABLE SIZING AND VOLTAGE DROP CALCULATIONS OF CABLES ON POWER SKID (TYPICAL)

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References ADCO Specification - Electrical Requirements for Packaged Equipment : ADCO Specification - Power and Control Cables : Datasheet for Cables : Cable schedule for Power skid Cable Manufacturer Catalogs, Tables & Data Sheets

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4 4.1

4.1.1 4.1.2. 4.1.3

Datas for Calculation Derating Factors for 6kV Cable Laid In Air(ie. In the Ladders)

Air Ambient Temperature Derating factor for Air Temperature Group Derating factor Dt Dg = = =

o 55 C

4.1.4

Dtot

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4.2

4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4

Air Ambient Temperature Derating factor for Air Temperature Group Derating factor Total derating factor Dt Dg Dtot = = = = =

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Detailed Calculations for Electrical Cable Sizing and Voltage Drop Cable Sizing Calculation for 3.6/6(7.2)kV Cable Circuit Between 450kVA,33/3.3/0.415kV Transformer and HV Switchgear. The 3.3kV winding has a capacity of 425kVA.

a)

Full Load Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below Rated Transformer Power kVA = 425 kVA

Operating voltage on the MV winding of Transformer shall vary depending on the actual connected motor rated voltage. We consider the minimum operating voltage of the trafo as per available taps. Hence we consider Transformer Primary Voltage kV = Full Load Current IL = =

0.901 kV

We select 150mm 2 cable for our sizing calculation 6kV,1Cx150mm 2 cable current rating As per manufacturer catalogue in section 6. Total derating factor as per section 4.1.4 I = 451 A

Dtot

0.76

ID

= =

Dt * I 342.76 A IL / ID 0.795

= =

Since this ratio is less than "1" we need only one run of 1Cx150mm 2 cable.

b)

Short Circuit Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below Fault MVA based on Transformer Impedance Rated Power of the Transformer Nominal Impedance of the Transformer Fault MVA based on Transformer Impedance Healthy Line to Line Voltage prior to Fault Fault Current Based on the Above MVA MVAF kVA % MVAF kVL-L = = = = = = = As per the cable manufacturer the copper conductor can withstand a short-circuit current of 21.5 kA for 1 sec. Please refer section 6. Since the fault current calculated is well below the rated short circuit current,the selected cable is adequate.

[Rated kVA / Impedance] MVA

[MVAF / (SQRT(3)*kVL-L)]

5.447 kA

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Voltage Drop Calculation Voltage Drop Allowed as per ADCO specification Voltage Drop Allowed Milli Voltage Drop for 1Cx150mm 2 Load Current Cable Route Length(Max.) Voltage Drop Actual VDA mV I L VDACT = = = = = = = Since the Voltage Drop Actual(VD ACT) is much less than the Voltage Drop Allowed(VD A) the cable size is adequate. The cable type is CU/XLPE/AWA/PVC Copper Conductor Semiconductive conductor screen XLPE Insulation Semiconductive insulation screen Copper tape screen Fillers Tape binders Galvanized steel wire armour Outer sheath 3% 27.03 V 0.3 mV/A/m 272.3 A 12 m (mV * I * L/1000) V 0.98 V

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Cable Sizing Calculation for 0.6/1kV Cable Circuit Between Trafo 25kVA (415V) tertiary winding and 415V Switchgear Full Load Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below Rated Transformer Power Rated Transformer Secondary Voltage Full Load Current kVA kV IL = = = = We select 4Cx35mm cable for our sizing calculation 0.6/1kV,4Cx35mm 2 cable tabulated current As per manufacturer catalogue in section 6. Total derating factor as per section 4.2.4 0.6/1kV,4Cx35mm 2 cable Derated current I = 162

2

a)

Dtot ID

= = =

= =

Since this ratio is less than "1" we need only one run of 4Cx35mm 2 cable. b) Short Circuit Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below Fault MVA based on Transformer Impedance Rated Power of the Transformer Approx Impedance of the Transformer on 415V winding Fault MVA based on Transformer Impedance Healthy Line to Line Voltage prior to Fault Fault Current Based on the Above MVA MVAF kVA % MVAF kVL-L IF = = = = = = = As per the cable manufacturer the copper conductor can withstand a short-circuit current of 5 kA for 1 sec. Please refer section 6 for details. Since the fault current calculated is well below the rated short circuit current,the cable size is adequate.

[Rated kVA / Impedance] MVA

[MVAF / (SQRT(3)*kVL-L)]

3.478 kA

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c)

Voltage Drop Calculation Voltage Drop Allowed as per ADCO specification Voltage Drop Allowed Milli Voltage for 4Cx35mm 2 Load Current VDA mV I = = = = 3% 12.45 V 1.15 mV/A/m 34.781 A

L VDACT

= = =

Since the Voltage Drop Actual(VD ACT) is much less than the Voltage Drop Allowed(VD A) the cable size is adequate.

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Cable Sizing Calculation for 0.6/1.0kV Cable Circuit Between 415V Switchgear and Lighting DB Full Load Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below Load Current Operating Voltage We select 4Cx16mm 2 cable for our sizing calculation 0.6/1.0kV,4Cx16mm 2 cable current rating As per manufacturer catalogue in section 6. Total derating factor as per section 4.2.4 0.6/1.0kV,4Cx16mm 2 cable Derated current I = 99 A IL kV = = 63 A 0.415 kV

Dtot ID

= = =

= =

Since this ratio is less than "1" we need only one run of 4Cx16mm cable. b) Short Circuit Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below MCCB Magnetic setting I>> A = MCCB used is Siemens 3VL2706-1EJ43-0AA0 with Ir=63A, I>> = 600A, Ti= 1.957sec MCCB operating time for the above current Thermal Let through energy from the MCCB s I2tMCCB = = = Short-circuit current of cable as per manufacturer's data Short-circuit current duration of the cable Thermal withstand energy of the cable A s I2tC = = = = Since the Cable I 2t (5244100) is well above the MCCB I 2t (704520) , We conclude that the available MCCB will protect the Cable. c) Voltage Drop Calculation Voltage Drop Allowed as per ADCO specification Voltage Drop Allowed Milli Voltage Drop for 4Cx16mm 2 Load Current Cable Route Length (Max.) Voltage Drop Actual VDA mV I L VDACT = = = = = = = Since the Voltage Drop Actual(VD ACT) is much less than the Voltage Drop Allowed(VD A) the cable size is adequate. 3% 12.45 V 2.5 mV/A/m 63 A 11 m (mV * I * L/1000) V 1.733 V 600 A

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Cable Sizing Calculation for 0.6/1.0kV Cable Circuit Between 415V Switchgear and UPS - Mains Supply Full Load Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below Max rated input power as per UPS data sheets Operating Voltage Full Load Current Load Current We select 4Cx4mm 2 cable for our sizing calculation 0.6/1.0kV,4Cx4mm 2 cable current rating As per manufacturer catalogue in section 6. Total derating factor as per section 4.2.4 0.6/1.0kV,4Cx4mm 2 cable Derated current I = 44 A kVA kV IL IL = = = = 3 kVA 0.415 kV [kVA/ kV] 4.174 A

Dtot ID

= = = = =

Since this ratio is less than "1" we need only one run of 4Cx4mm 2 cable. b) Short Circuit Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below MCCB Magnetic setting I>> A = MCCB used is Siemens 3VL17 03-1EH43- 0AA0 with Ir=32A, I>> = 300A, Ti= 2.054sec MCCB operating time for the above current Thermal Let through energy from the MCCB

2

320.54 A

s I tMCCB

= = =

2

2

Short-circuit current of cable as per manufacturer's data Short-circuit current duration of the cable Thermal withstand energy of the cable

A s I tC

2

= = =

324900 = Since the Cable I 2t (324900) is well above the MCCB I 2t (211040) , We conclude that the available MCCB will protect the Cable.

c)

Voltage Drop Calculation Voltage Drop Allowed as per ADCO specification Voltage Drop Allowed Milli Voltage Drop for 4Cx4mm Load Current Cable Route Length (Max.) Voltage Drop Actual

2

= VDA mV I L VDACT = = = = = =

Since the Voltage Drop Actual(VD ACT) is much less than the Voltage Drop Allowed(VD A) the cable size is adequate.

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Cable Sizing Calculation for 0.6/1.0kV Cable Circuit Between 415V Switchgear and UPS Bypass Supply Full Load Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below Max input power in Bypass mode Operating Voltage(Two phase, 2pole 415V connection) Full Load Current Load Current We select 4Cx4mm 2 cable for our sizing calculation 0.6/1.0kV,4Cx4mm 2 cable current rating As per manufacturer catalogue in section 6. Total derating factor as per section 4.2.4 0.6/1.0kV,4Cx4mm 2 cable Derated current I = 44 A kVA kV IL IL = = = = 3 kVA 0.415 kV [kVA/kV] 7.229 A <B

Dtot ID

= = =

= =

Since this ratio is less than "1" we need only one run of 4Cx4mm 2 cable. b) Short Circuit Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below MCCB Magnetic setting I>> A = MCCB used is Siemens 3VL1796-1EH43-0AA0 with Ir=16A, I>> = 350A, Ti= 0.557sec MCCB operating time for the above current s = Thermal Let through energy from the MCCB I2tMCCB = = Short-circuit current of cable as per manufacturer's data Sh t i it current t duration d ti of f th bl Short-circuit the cable Thermal withstand energy of the cable A s I tC

2 2

2

= = = =

Since the Cable I 2t (324900) is well above the MCCB I 2t (68232.5) , We conclude that the available MCCB will protect the Cable. c) Voltage Drop Calculation Voltage Drop Allowed as per ADCO specification Voltage Drop Allowed Milli Voltage Drop for 2Cx4mm 2 Load Current Cable Route Length (Max.) Voltage Drop Actual VDA mV I L VDACT = = = = = = 2% 8.3 V 10 mV/A/m 7.229 A 9m (mV * I * L/1000) V

= 0.651 V Since the Voltage Drop Actual(VD ACT ) is much less than the Voltage Drop Allowed(VD A ), the 4C x 4 mm 2 cable size is adequate. Since the Voltage Drop Actual(VD ACT) is less than the Voltage Drop Allowed(VD A) the cable size is adequate.

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5.6 a)

Cable Sizing Calculation for 0.6/1.0kV Cable Circuit Between 415V Swgr and PLC Panel Full Load Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below Load Current Operating Voltage We select 2Cx2.5mm 2 cable for our sizing calculation 0.6/1.0kV,2Cx2.5mm 2 cable current rating As per manufacturer catalogue in section 6. Total derating factor as per section 4.2.4 0.6/1.0kV,2Cx2.5mm 2 cable Derated current I = 39 A IL kV = = 10 A 0.240 kV

Dtot ID

= = =

= =

Since this ratio is less than "1" we need only one run of 2Cx2.5mm 2 cable. b) Short Circuit Current Carrying Capacity is Calculated as below MCCB Magnetic setting I>> A = MCCB used is Siemens 3VL1796-1EH43-0AA0 with Ir=16A, I>> = 350A, Ti= 0.557sec MCCB operating time for the above current Thermal Let through energy from the MCCB s I2tMCCB = = = Short-circuit current of cable as per manufacturer's data Short-circuit current duration of the cable Thermal withstand withstand energy energy of of the the cable cable A s I2tC = = = = Since the Cable I2t (129600) is well above the MCCB I2t (68223) , We conclude that the available MCCB will protect the Cable. c) Voltage Drop Calculation Voltage Drop Allowed as per ADCO specification Voltage Drop Allowed Milli Voltage Drop for 2Cx2.5mm2 Load Current Cable Route Length Voltage Drop Actual VDA mV I L VDACT = = = = = = = Since the Voltage Drop Actual(VDACT) is much less than the Voltage Drop Allowed(VDA) the cable size is adequate. 2% 4.8 V 19 mV/A/m 10 A 12 m (mV * I * L/1000) V 2.28 V

2

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