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Short-circuit currents

Calculation of effects
Part 1:
Definitions and calculation methods



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IEC 60865-1:1993(E)
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
IEC
60865-1

Second edition
1993-09

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Short-circuit currents
Calculation of effects
Part 1:
Definitions and calculation methods

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INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
IEC
60865-1

Second edition
1993-09

XA
Commission Electrotechnique Internationale
International Electrotechnical Commission

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Publication 865-1 de la CEI
(Deuxime dition 1993)
Courants de court-circuit -
Calcul des effets
Partie 1: Dfinitions et mthodes de calcul
IEC Publication 865-1
(Second edition 1993)
Short-circuit currents -
Calculation of effects
Part 1: Definitions and calculation methods
C O R R I G E N D U M 1
Page 64, tableau 2
Dans la troisime colonne, pour un court-
circuit biphas, au lieu de:
1,8
lire:
- (un tiret)
Page 74, figure 2
Sur la gauche des dessins, ajouter:
a)
et b) respectivement.
Page 104, annexe A, article A.2
Remplacer la dernire ligne de lquation
existante par la nouvelle ligne suivante:
Page 65, table 2
In the third column, for a line-to-line short
circuit, instead of:
1,8
read:
- (dash)
Page 75, figure 2
Add, at the left-hand side of the drawings:
a)
and b) respectively.
Page 105, annex A, clause A.2
Replace the last line of the existing equation
by the following new line:

arctan
(a/d) +1 a/d (a/d) -1
^
a/d b/d
2
b/d
- 2 arctan
b/d
+ arctan
b/d
^
^ 6
Mars 1995 March 1995
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865-1 IEC:1993 3
CONTENTS
Page
FOREWORD 7
Section 1: General
Clause
1.1 Scope and object 9
1.2 Normative references 9
1.3 Equations, symbols and units
11
1.3.1Symbols for section 2 Electromagnetic effects 11
1.3.2Symbols for section 3 Thermal effects 17
1.4 Definitions
19
1.4.1Definitions for section 2 Electromagnetic effects 19
1.4.1.1 Main conductor
19
1.4.1.2 Sub-conductor
19
1.4.1.3 Fixed support
19
1.4.1.4 Simple support
19
1.4.1.5 Connecting piece
19
1.4.1.6 Short-circuit tensile force, Ft 19
1.4.1.7Drop force, Ff
19
1.4.1.8 Pinch force, Fpi
21
1.4.1.9 Duration of the first short-circuit current flow, Tkl 21
1.4.2Definitions for section 3 - Thermal effects
21
1.4.2.1 Thermal equivalent short-time current,
'th
21
1.4.2.2 Rated short-time withstand current,
Ithr
21
1.4.2.3 Thermal equivalent short-time current density, Sth 21
1.4.2.4 Rated short-time withstand current density, S ti tt,

for conductors 21
1.4.2.5 Duration of short-circuit current, Tk 21
1.4.2.6 Rated short time, Tk r 21
Section 2: The electromagnetic effect on rigid conductors
and flexible conductors
2.1 General 23
2.1.1Influence on stress reduction 23
2.1.2Consideration of automatic reclosing 23
2.2 Rigid conductor arrangements
25
2.2.1Calculation of electromagnetic forces 25
2.2.1.1 Calculation of peak force between the main conductors during a three-phase
short circuit 25
2.2.1.2 Calculation of peak force between the main conductors during a line-to-line
short circuit 25
2.2.1.3 Calculation of peak value of forces between coplanar sub-conductors 25
2.2.1.4 Effective distance between main conductors and between sub-conductors 27
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865-1 IEC:1993 5
ClausePage
2.2.2Calculation of stresses in rigid conductors and forces on supports 27
2.2.2.1 General 27
2.2.2.2 Calculation of stresses in rigid conductors 27
2.2.2.3 Section modulus and factor q of main conductors composed of sub-conductors 31
2.2.2.4 Permitted conductor stress 31
2.2.2.5 Calculation of forces on supports of rigid conductors 33
2.2.2.6 Calculation with special regard to conductor oscillation 33
2.3 Flexible conductor arrangements 37
2.3.1General 37
2.3.2 Effects on main conductors 37
2.3.2.1 Characteristic dimensions and parameters 39
2.3.2.2 Tensile force Ft during short circuit caused by swing out (short-circuit
tensile force)
43
2.3.2.3 Tensile force Ff after short circuit caused by drop (drop force) 43
2.3.2.4 Horizontal span displacement bh and minimum air clearance amjn 45
2.3.3 Tensile force Fri caused by the pinch effect 47
2.3.3.1 Characteristic dimensions and parameters 47
2.3.3.2 Tensile force Fin the case of clashing sub-conductors 49
2.3.3.3 Tensile force Fri in the case of non-clashing sub-conductors 51
2.4 Structure loads due to electromagnetic effects 53
2.4.1Design load for post isulators, their supports and connectors 53
2.4.2Design load for structures, insulators and connectors, with tensile forces
transmitted by insulator chains 55
2.4.3Design load for foundations 55
Section 3: The thermal effect on bare conductors and electrical equipment
3.1 General 57
3.2 Calculation of temperature rise 57
3.2.1General 57
3.2.2Calculation of thermal equivalent short-time current 57
3.2.3Calculation of temperature rise and rated short-time withstand current density
for conductors
59
3.2.4Calculation of the thermal short-circuit strength for different durations
of the short-circuit current 61
3.2.4.1 Electrical equipment
61
3.2.4.2 Conductors
61
TABLES
63
FIGURES
73
ANNEXES
A Equations for calculation of diagrams 105
B Iteration-procedure for calculation of factor rl for the tensile force Fpl in the case of
non-clashing bundled conductors according to IEC 865, 2.3.3.3 equation (62) 115
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IEC 60865-1 Ed. 2.0 Short-circuit currents -
Calculation of effects - Part 1: Definitions and
calculation methods