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Submergence and high temperature steam testing of class 1E electrical cables

Mark J Jacobus

Submergence and high temperature steam testing of class 1E electrical cables

by Mark J Jacobus

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Open LibraryOL10109257M
ISBN 100160334160
ISBN 109780160334160

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Submergence and high temperature steam testing of class 1E electrical cables by Mark J Jacobus Download PDF EPUB FB2

Submergence and High Temperature Steam Testing of Class lE Electrical Cables Manuscript Completed: April Date Published: May Prepared by M.

Jacobus, G. Fuehrer* Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, NM Prepared for Division of Engineering Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Get this from a library. Submergence and high temperature steam testing of class 1E electrical cables. [Mark J Jacobus; G F Fuehrer; U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Engineering.; Sandia National Laboratories.]. Submergence and High Temperature Steam Testing of Class lE Electrical Cables (NUREG/CR) On this page: This report describes the results of high temperature steam testing and submergence testing of 12 different cable products that are representative of typical cables used inside containments of U.S.

light water reactors. The results. 10 psi / day test (NTS) Submergence: Section of Ref. 1 describes submergence testing performed by Samuel Moore on cables for 52 weeks in 90 0C water. Measurements of Specific Inductive Capacity & Power Factor were taken to demonstrate the electric stability of the cable while submerged.

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For electrical cables, the change in performance is measured indirectly by correlating tensile and/or elongation of the insulation and jacket materials to an end of life. Both standards require bending the cable prior to performing the aged cable testing.

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Pirc, J. Avsec, N. Čelan Kor ošin Cable Aging Monitoring with Differential Scanning U. Lovrenčič Štangar, R. Cerc Korošec Calorimetry (DSC) in Nuc lear Power Plant s 0 10 20 30 40 IEEE Recommended Practice for Seismic Qualification of Class 1E Equipment for Nuclear Power Generating Stations IEEE Std IEEE Guide for Installation, Inspection, and Testing for Class 1E Power, Instrumentation, and Control Equipment at Nuclear Facilities IEEE Std Step III: For some types of cables the ageing process has been followed by the simulation of the DBE (Design Basis Event) and by the post-DBE test.

For the VVER-type NPPs the DBE is equivalent to the Loss-of-Coolant Accident (LOCA) and it is simulated by a thermodynamic shock using saturated steam, with a temperature rise up to °C within less than 10 by: 3.

draft standard for qualifying class 1e electric cables and field splices for nuclear power generating stations: ieee draft c d4 feb draft standard for low-voltage dc power circuit breakers used in enclosures: 14/ dc: 0. For example, at the onset of a LOCA, the rapid introduction of high-temperature, high-pressure coolant into a lower-temperature, low-pressure environment will quickly raise both ambient temperature and pressure.

Electrical equipment must be able to withstand this sudden shock as well as elevated conditions for the long-term. An insulation electrical stress of kV AC/mm was applied for long-term high temperature water submerged cables.

The water content of EPR insulation after long-term high temperature water submerged condition was measured using Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, CA moisture by: IPC-TM Method Development Packet.

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The cables that were aged for 3 months and then accident tested were subsequently exposed to a high temperature steam fragility test (up to °C), while the cables that were aged for 6 months.

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non-classified instrumentation to the. @article{osti_, title = {Aging, condition monitoring, and loss-of-coolant accident (LOCA) tests of class 1E electrical cables}, author = {Jacobus, M J}, abstractNote = {This report describes the results of aging, condition monitoring, and accident testing of miscellaneous cable types.

Three sets of cables were aged for up to 9 months under simultaneous thermal ([approx equal][degrees.Lloyd's Register's Rules and Regulations set appropriate standards for the design, construction and lifetime maintenance of ships, offshore units and land-based installations - providing all the information you need for classification purposes.

To keep pace with changes in technology, market trends and new legislation, Lloyd's Register is.Cable testing methods can be characterized in multiple ways (see Table ).In the broadest terms, two cable ageing methods are available: laboratory tests (involving microsampling, e.g.

conducted in non- operational conditions in a lab) and in-situ tests (conducted on cables as installed in a plant) (U.S. NRC, a, IAEA, ).However, another way of categorizing cable ageing methods is Author: H.M. Hashemian.