Type AAAC/1120

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Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Chlorine

  • Conductor cross-section: 34.4 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 7/2.50

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Chromium

  • Conductor cross-section: 41.6 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 7/2.75

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Fluorine

  • Conductor cross-section: 49.5 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 7/3.00

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Helium

  • Conductor cross-section: 77.3 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 7/3.75

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Hydrogen

  • Conductor cross-section: 111 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 7/4.50

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Iodine

  • Conductor cross-section: 124 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 7/4.75

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Krypton

  • Conductor cross-section: 158 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 19/3.25

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Lutetium

  • Conductor cross-section: 183 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 19/3.50

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Neon

  • Conductor cross-section: 210 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 19/3.75

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Nitrogen

  • Conductor cross-section: 262 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 37/3.00

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Nobelium

  • Conductor cross-section: 307 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 37/3.25

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Oxygen

  • Conductor cross-section: 337 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 19/4.75

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Phosphorus

  • Conductor cross-section: 409 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 37/3.75

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Selenium

  • Conductor cross-section: 506 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 61/3.25

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Silicon

  • Conductor cross-section: 587 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 61/3.50

Type AAAC/1120

Nexans ref. Sulfur

  • Conductor cross-section: 673 mm²
  • Stranding (No./mm): 61/3.75

Description

Description

The wires in all bare conductors are stranded concentrically with successive layers having an opposite direction of lay, the outermost layer being right-handed. When required, a larger central wire (king-wire) is included in a conductor. The diameter of this wire is based on conductor design considerations and is usually 5% greater than the surrounding wires. The incorporation of a king wire is often an advantage for ACSR type conductors, as it ensures that the surrounding layer of wires fits firmly on the central wire.

Note Current ratings are based on the following conditions

  • Conductor temperature rise above ambient of 40°C
  • Ambient air temperature of 35°C for summer noon or 10°C for winter night
  • Direct solar radiation intensity of 1000W/m² for summer noon or zero for winter night
  • Diffuse solar radiation intensity of 100W/m² for summer noon or zero for winter night
  • Ground reflectance of 0.2
  • Emissivity of 0.5 for rural weathered conductor or 0.85 for industrial weathered conductor
  • Solar absorption coefficient of 0.5 for rural weathered or 0.85 for industrial weathered conductor

Characteristics

Characteristics

Construction characteristics

Construction characteristics

Conductor material
aluminum alloy

Resources

Resources

Type AAAC/1120 - Continuous Current Carrying Capacity in Amps - Rural weathered

Conductor cross-section
mm² Al Al Al Al Al Al
34.4 121 207 241 94 187 221
41.6 137 234 272 106 210 249
49.5 154 261 303 118 234 277
77.3 208 345 401 155 307 364
111.0 265 434 504 194 383 455
124.0 285 464 539 207 409 486
158.0 338 540 627 240 473 562
183.0 375 593 688 265 517 615
210.0 413 647 750 290 562 669
262.0 482 743 861 336 642 765
307.0 539 821 961 373 706 842
337.0 575 871 1025 397 747 891
409.0 658 982 1172 451 837 1013
506.0 762 1120 1357 518 949 1172
587.0 843 1227 1501 569 1034 1295
673.0 927 1336 1650 623 1122 1423
Winter night - Still air
Winter night - 1m/s wind
Winter night - 2m/s wind
Summer noon - Still air
Summer noon - 1m/s wind
Summer noon - 2m/s wind

Type AAAC/1120 - Continuous Current Carrying Capacity in Amps - Industrial weathered

Conductor cross-section
mm² Al Al Al Al Al Al
34.4 130 212 246 87 183 219
41.6 148 240 277 98 206 246
49.5 166 268 309 108 229 273
77.3 225 356 410 141 300 358
111.0 288 448 517 174 373 447
124.0 310 480 553 185 398 477
158.0 368 560 644 213 459 551
183.0 409 615 707 234 502 603
210.0 451 672 771 256 545 655
262.0 528 774 887 295 621 748
307.0 590 856 990 326 682 822
337.0 630 908 1057 346 721 870
409.0 722 1026 1209 391 807 988
506.0 838 1173 1401 446 912 1142
587.0 928 1287 1550 488 992 1262
673.0 1021 1403 1705 532 1074 1386
Winter night - Still air
Winter night - 1m/s wind
Winter night - 2m/s wind
Summer noon - Still air
Summer noon - 1m/s wind
Summer noon - 2m/s wind

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