Given these limitations, a 2D finite element modeling of the cable is developed in order to obtain the values of the self, mutual and sequence impedances and ...

This paper presents a 3D numerical analysis of three-core twisted armored power cables based on the finite element method (FEM), with the aim of obtaining ...

Jun 22, 2015 ¡¤ A 2D finite element modeling of the cable is developed in order to obtain the values of the self, mutual and sequence impedances and admittances.

This document discusses the finite element modeling of a three-core submarine power cable to calculate its series impedance and parallel admittance.

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What is the formula for power cable impedance?

I = current flowing in cable, in amperes. Zc = impedance of cable, in ohms. = ¡î(R2c + X2c)

How to find the impedance of a cable?

To calculate impedance, calculate the resistance and reactance of the circuit, then label resistance as R and reactance as X. Square both R and X, and add the two products together. Take the square root of the sum of the squares of R and X to get impedance. Display the answer in ohms.

What is the meaning of impedance of a wire?

Impedance is measured in Ohms and represents the total resistance that the cable presents to the electrical current passing through it. Impedance is associated with AC circuits.

How to calculate cable resistance and reactance?

Step 1: Identify the resistivity , length (L), and radius (r) of the wire. Step 2: Calculate the cross-sectional area of the wire using the formula for the area of a circle: A = ¥ð r 2 . Step 3: Calculate the resistance (R) of the wire using the formula for resistance: R = ¥ñ L A .

discusses the finite element modeling of a three-core submarine power cable to calculate its series impedance and parallel admittance. It presents the ...

The self impedance is found by dividing the induced voltage by the current at the element that the current is applied. The mutual impedances are found by ...

This paper presents a systematic approach for calculating electrical per-unit-length parameters of signal cables by the finite-element method.

This paper analyzes different ways to electromagnetically simulate three-core armored cables in 3D by means of the finite element method.

This paper proposes small-argument approximations for the calculation of the ground-return impedance and admittance of underground cables. The proposed small- ...