The Association for Utility Line Design Professionals (UtilityLDPros) is offering this in-depth webinar series to help utility line design professionals better understand the physical and electrical characteristics, as well as the engineering design and installation requirements for overhead line conductors/cables.
Part 2 Overhead Line Conductors and Cables
Sag and tension characteristics
NESC requirements for maximum design sag conditions
NESC requirements for maximum design tension conditions
Conductor and cable design procedure and documentation
Engineering specifications for installation
Installation methods and quality control practices
What types of electric supply and communication conductors and cables are typically used on overhead distribution lines and why?
What are the physical and electrical characteristics of overhead line conductors and cables?
What determines the maximum tension that an overhead line conductor or cable will transfer to an overhead line structure?
What determines the maximum overhead line conductor or cable sag that must be considered in meeting required NESC clearances?
What overhead line conductor and cable design calculations must be made and how should the design be documented?
What engineering specifications should be provided and what quality control practices should be used in overhead line conductor and cable installations?
Real-time survey questions and participant Q&A
Practical examples of conductor/cable engineering designs
Actionable recommendations to improve your conductor/cable design and installation practices
Ted Dimberio and John Miner
Non-Member Cost: $110
Member Cost: $ 90
If you missed Part I and would like to register for access to the recorded version, you will be able to do so between November 14 and December 13, prior to Part II. Registration prices are $110 non-member and $90 member.